Art And Theatre Events In Dublin

Performances, Theatre Events And Art Exhibitions In Dublin

Art gives voice to the voiceless and fame to the ignored. You can learn various forms of art from dancing to sketching in Dublin. There are designated classes, drama workshops, and art events in Dublin for the same. If you just want to be a mere spectator you can attend theatre events and art exhibitions in Dublin too.

Ever wanted to volunteer in those nukkad, nataks or street shows? Wish to learn the basics of painting? Well, just explore through the art & theatre events in Dublin.

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Date Event Venue
20 Mar 2024 Garageland Red Hot Wednesdays Presents Agent Orange at Fibbers Fibber Magees, Dublin
20 Mar 2024 Garageland Red Hot Wednesdays Presents Brian Barron and his band at Fibbers Fibber Magees, Dublin
24 Apr 2024 Garageland Red Hot Wednesdays Presents Somehow Sentient at Fibbers Fibber Magees, Dublin
20 Mar 2024 Garageland Red Hot Wednesdays Presents Asphyxia at Fibbers Fibber Magees, Dublin
20 Mar 2024 Garageland Red Hot Wednesdays Presents Aaron James at Fibbers Fibber Magees, Dublin
24 Apr 2024 Garageland Red Hot Wednesdays Presents Luke Carrig at Fibbers Fibber Magees, Dublin
04 May 2024 Sacrosanct Dublin A Night of Post Punk & Goth Rock The Sound House , Dublin
28 Aug 2024 Singular Artists Presents Andrew Combs The Workman's Cellar, Dublin
08 Mar 2024 Final FPN Event for International Womens Day The Morgan Hotel, Dublin
08 Mar 2024 Rhizomatic - International Womens Day The LAB, Dublin

Art in Dublin

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is a culturally and ethnically diverse city, with its long history melding and juxtaposing with modern and contemporary expressions of art. The art scene in Dublin has exploded in the past decade thanks to an economic boom and has continued with a strong community of independent artists even during the recession. The Biennial of Contemporary Arts is held every two years in Dublin, which attracts artists from all over the world along with local artists and their works. The city’s vibrant and rich engagement in art is seen in all forms from street art to pop-up galleries to art classes in Dublin to the more traditional art galleries and museums.

 

Top Schools And Art Classes In Dublin

For those looking to hone their craft or even dip their toes at creating art, Dublin has a range of art schools and classes. Any list of art schools in Dublin would be incomplete without the National College of Art and design. The college offers undergraduate and graduate programs for those interested in pursuing a career in fine arts and design. There is even the choice of an evening course or a short summer program for those unsure of what art school entails. For more casual art classes, you must consider Global Art Dublin, especially for children. Art classes in Dublin are also offered by Greego Art Studio, Art Process, RR Arts and Design, Pazouki Painting Studio and Gallery, and The Marvegos Fine Art School.

 

The Best Places To Experience Art In Dublin

For those seeking inspiration or simply wanting to absorb and observe art at its best, Dublin has many places where one can experience art in a variety of different ways. For the more traditional art galleries in Dublin, look no further than the National Gallery of Ireland, Hugh Lane Gallery, and Temple Bar Gallery and Studios. You must also visit art museums in Dublin such as the Irish Museum of Modern Art, The LAB, Green on Red Gallery, and The Little Museum of Dublin. For non-traditional art spaces, Dublin is fast becoming well known for its street art. Once a city of grey and old buildings, the city is now pockmarked with bright artworks that range from political commentary to vibrant self-expression. For the best places to view street art, visit Drury Street, Tivoli Car Park, Temple Bar, Love Lane, and Richmond Street. Dublin also plays host several art events and festivals through the year and these spaces are usually a celebration of art and culture. One of the best art events in Dublin is the Limerick Fringe Festival which showcases cabaret, spoken word, music, comedy, and dance. The Light Moves Festival takes place every November and is an international festival dedicated to dance, movies, and media arts. You must also visit the free B.R.E.A.D! festival of arts and community that also features baking as one of its art forms. One of the most prestigious festivals in Dublin is the Dublin International Literature festival which brings together bibliophiles and local and international writing talent. The festival is an amalgamation of talks, workshops, master classes, and literary walking tours. Check out AllEvents.in to learn more about art festivals in Dublin.

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