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.
Culture Club is a series of hosted talks and tours that introduce and encourage people to connect with the cultural spaces of the city.
We invite people to see, experience and learn about Dublin’s cultural places.
We want to listen, explore and learn about what’s important to the people of Dublin, to understand what matters to them.
We want to celebrate the people of the city.
We are growing a virtual bookshelf for Dublin, that represents the lives, families, and culture of the people that call Dublin home.
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.
We create partnerships to try out ideas, test new approaches and add to the city’s cultural vibrancy.
We found and matched partners with common interests to source European funding for ambitious new ideas.
We have built a database and map of Dublin’s culture. The Cultural Audit and Map adds to Dublin City Council’s knowledge base to inform decisions by the city council departments, planners and strategists.
We connect people and communities through culture and conversation. When people feel connected to their local area they feel safer and stronger, and are healthier.