Thank you for visiting the Open Air Art Exhibition in St. Stephen’s Green last weekend. Here is a reminder, a short video of the
The Morning After
– People’s Art Exhibition May in Dublin
kindly put together by artist, Pervaneh Matthews.
It is now the morning after and despite torrential rain never before seen in the lovely month of May, we managed to keep our spirits up along with the umbrellas, tarpaulins, plastic sheeting, pegs to hold everything down and anything and everything that gave shelter from the unrelenting Irish monsoon.
I could whinge and nobody would say a thing but then, this is Ireland, it is said:
there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing!
(my poor paintings wouldn’t agree)
‘Think I’ll start lining up Statues of Prague for the next exhibition on 20th -22nd June!
Exhibition Space, Top Floor, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
Opening Times Mon-Sat 11am-7pm.Thurs 11am-9pm. Sun 11am-6pm
Heaven’s Above by Donna McGee – Instrumental Art Dublin
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit this exhibition, the world’s first Instrumental Art Exhibition featuring over 100 unique pieces. It is truly amazing to witness the diversity in creativity across this talented group of artists : (from violins converted to medicine cabinets and a “well heeled guitar” literally perched on high heels!)
This event has been organised by Soul Picnic in association with Dublin City Council and Failte Ireland. On 26th – 27th May, the 6th annual ‘Dublin City Soul Festival will take place live from the beautiful surroundings of Merrion Square Park.
The event will raise much needed funds for ‘Musical Youth Foundation’ (MYF) which provides children with access to a musical education.