Dublin City Council Culture Company runs cultural initiatives and buildings across the city with, and for, the people of Dublin.
We connect people and communities through culture and conversations.
We create different ways for people to culturally engaged in their community.
Discover some of the ways we are connecting people through culture and conversation
We build cultural projects with communities, connecting artists, groups, and villages with libraries, museums and creative places across Dublin City.
14 Henrietta Street is a must see for anyone with an interest in the history and people of Dublin City. The stories of the house and street mirror the story of Dublin and her citizens.
We are making the city’s cultural buildings, organisations and networks more visible and easier to find to let people know what cultural spaces, venues and people are in their neighbourhood.
I feel heard, I feel seen, I feel appreciated, I feel valued… it means a lot, it’s just amazingParticipant Local Heroes
06 July 2020 | Opportunities
A Sculpture Dublin & Dublin City Council Culture Company Public Art Commission
22 June 2020
The closure of Dublin City Council Culture Company’s public tours and buildings as a result of COVID-19 will be lifted on Wednesday 1st July 2020, with the reop
11 June 2020
While many of our programmes will be back in ‘live’ action as soon as public health guidelines say, and we begin our plans to re-open our venues Richmond Barrac
18 May 2020
After weeks of planning, we’re delighted to release our schedule of conversations as part of our Culture Connects programme.
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