Mosaic brings together the work of three artists associated with the North Inner City.
“Paul Kelly is a photographer based in the docklands area of Dublin. With a keen eye formomentary happenings and a sympathy for narrative context, he brings his subjects into focusagainst a backdrop of change and transience. Kelly moved to the area 15 or 16 years ago and initiated a body of work in 2014 that […]
One of the big hits of the Five Lamps Arts Festival 2022 returns this December. Pride of Place is a multimedia project of photographs, backed by video, and based on interviews with some 50 residents of Sheriff Street by Maria McGrane. This free exhibition returns on Thursday, December 1st at the Central Bank of Ireland […]
This exhibition of portraits and stories is an intercultural event that brought together people from diverse communities in the north inner city to share their expressions and experiences. The artist, Nassouh Hossari, arrived in Ireland himself six years ago from Syria and has only taken up painting relatively recently. The subjects of his portraits are […]
During the last few weeks, we released online, through our Youtube channel and IGTV, three short films that premiered at the Odeon Cinema last summer as part of our Festival 2021 edition. You can watch them at the links below or by visiting our website. “Nearby Dublin”, directed and written by Grace Corry is a […]
You know the inner city, right? Social problems, crime. Yeah. Same old story. Trouble. But the trouble is that the trouble isn’t the story. Not really. It’s the headline. The eye-catcher. The tabloid seller. The attention-grabbing soundbyte, the load of auld s… Auld nonsense. Yeah, that’s the phrase. Right, so what’s-the-story, bud? The story is […]