Working with the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), the Chester Beatty Library, and Dublin City Council, The National Neighbourhood projects in Dublin South Central are considering how they can address complex challenges such as the links between health, poverty and housing, by supporting resilient communities that have survived for decades. Inspired by conversations, casual banter and being out and about in the area, book clubs, choirs, lullabies and visual art are being considered as places from which many more glorious moments of everyday poetry, which bring beauty to lives well lived in Dublin South Central, can grow.
South Central Area
South Central Area Office : Miriam Flynn
South Central Area Office : Mary Noonan
Chester Beatty Library : Jessica Baldwin
Chester Beatty Library : Jenny Siung
Dublin City Public Libraries : Una Gomez
Dublin City Public Libraries : Beata Molendowska
Dublin City Arts Office : Muirne Bloomer
Irish Museum of Modern Art : Helen O’Donoghue
Dublin’s Culture Connects : Iseult Byrne
Dublin’s Culture Connects : Dominic Campbell
You’ll find us all over the South Central region of Dublin including Drimnagh, Ballyfermot, South Circular Road and more.The National Neighbourhood will be animating the villages and neighbourhoods of Dublin from October 2017 until March 2018. Just watch this space as the project unfolds over the next six months.