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#5lampschats – Gemma Dunleavy

#5lampschats – Gemma Dunleavy

Gemma Dunleavy is an artist and musician from Dublin’s North Inner City. She is mainly working in music, songwriting and performance. She was very creative from the young age of 5 and was acquainted with dance, poetry, song and performance to different degrees ever...

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#5lampschats – Tara Kearns

#5lampschats – Tara Kearns

Five Lamps Chats is a new series of conversations between the Five Lamps team and local artists that we carried out over lockdown. We chat about various topics from their current work, inspirations, and how people can get involved in the arts in Dublin. For the first...

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