The council is subsidising the studios to try to keep the rents affordable.
Tag: arts spaces
Council Proposes to Replace Artist Studios on Chatham Row with New Civic Museum
PressUp’s Dean Arts Studios have use of the former DIT School of Music for only 12 months. After that, what will become of the building? Undecided.
Still No Concrete Plans for Filling Cultural Space at Former Tivoli Theatre Site, Just a Proposal for a Steel Gate
Staycity say they are considering various options for the arts and cultural spaces, and want to put the square behind a gate to prevent anti-social behaviour at night.
Council’s System for Choosing Which Arts Groups Get to Use Its Buildings Should Be More Transparent, Some Say
It recently gave the old music college on Chatham Row over for a year for use as artists’ studios linked to the PressUp Hospitality Group’s Dean Hotel.
The Council Says It Wants People to Open More Arts Spaces, but One Woman Says Her Experience Shows How Tough It Is
After years of work and hundreds of thousand of euro, Vanessa Fielding is about ready to throw open the refurbished warehouse that is now part of The Complex arts space.
Here’s What the Draft City Development Plan Says About the Council’s Vision for Developing More Cultural Spaces
It is out for public consultation until 14 February. As of 1 February, there were five submissions online to the culture chapter.
In Phibsboro, a New Group’s First Art Exhibition Is Inspired by the Movement of People
Antonio D’Souza says the group is inclusive, not exclusive – a place for artists who might not otherwise be included in Ireland’s art scene.
Council Briefs: Mapping Culture, a Makeover for Kimmage, and Monitoring in Ringsend
Whether parking is the best use for a council-owned site in Beggars Bush was also among the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at meetings recently.
A Photographer Instructs Others in Her Love of Analogue
At The Darkroom in Stoneybatter, Mella Travers teaches others how to create black-and-white images the old-fashioned way.
The Ranelagh Arts Centre Searches for a New Home
The rent’s up and Ranelagh Arts can’t pay, so it’s out 8 October and hasn’t found a new home yet. This is one more change in a changing neighbourhood, and one more lost arts space in the city.