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Space Available at Art and Craft Mini Market, Dublin 1

In-spire Galerie will soon host their next Art and Craft Mini Market. It will feature a selection of shabby chic furniture, paintings, prints, unique jewellery, second hand clothes, home accessories and much much more.

The market will take place on Saturday 15 July 11am-8pm (wine reception 6pm) and Sunday 16 July 11am-8pm.

If you are an artist / craft maker and you woud like to display your products in our gallery please contact
Please send some images of your work and short info about you. All artists will be charged €30 participation fee. There will be no commission charged on products sold.

In-spire Gallerie, 56 Gardiner Street Lower, Dublin
T: 085 277 9024

Abstract Paintings for Rent by Rachel McBride   Recently updated !

Abstract artwork available for a rental for commercial, business or display purposes. Instead of buying a statement artwork, why not hire a piece for a week, a month or event duration?

A range of work available to meet every need, whether you need to create a focal point or create an instant talking point without the price tag for original artwork.

Artworks available from a new collection, or private commissions created within a competitive timescale and to meet any budget.

View previous collections at or

Email for consultations or more information.

Registration of Events for Positive Ageing Month, Belfast Now Open

Submission deadline: Monday 12 June

Positive Ageing Month is a month long celebration of Belfast’s older people that will be taking place in October. It offers groups, venues and organisations an opportunity to showcase ongoing projects or programmes which might be of interest to older people. The festival is coordinated by the Age-Friendly Belfast team at Belfast City Council, and they will be running a number of bespoke events throughout the month. However, anyone can submit an event for Positive Ageing Month and we’ll include it in our brochure which is widely distributed throughout the city.

October might seem like a very long way away but Positive Ageing Month are already beginning to collate material for this year’s brochure and would love to include as many arts and community groups, venues, organisations and projects as possible. The Age-Friendly Belfast team coordinate Positive Ageing Month but they rely on all of you to get involved and use the festival as an opportunity to showcase some of the incredible projects, events and ongoing work with older people you’re already doing. At this stage Positive Ageing Month are just asking for an expression of interest from groups who’d like to get involved. There’s plenty of time to have a think about what you’d like to do in October. Positive Ageing Month get back in touch in the not too distant future to clarify details about your event and ensure it gets included in our brochure.

To find out more about getting involved and don’t hesitate to shoot Jan an email at if you have any further questions.

Positive Ageing Month will be holding a short information and ideas development session in 9 Adelaide Street From 2:00-3:30 on Wednesday 7th June. Please email to let us know if you’d like to attend. We’d really encourage you to come along. Further free training will be made available to all participating organisations in the run up to October.

National Audience Research: The Going Out Survey | Arts+Disability Ireland (ADI)

National Audience Research: The Going Out Survey

Arts + Disability Ireland is conducting a large scale survey in collaboration with both disability and arts organisations this May. The research aims to understand how people with disabilities engage with arts and culture in Ireland.

Arts + Disability Ireland (ADI) is working towards all arts, and arts venues becoming fully accessible experiences for audiences with disabilities. We therefore need a better understanding of how people with disabilities across Ireland engage with culture in its broadest sense, including the arts. This survey will help.

The Going Out Survey is the first large scale quantitative research in Ireland looking at how people with disabilities engage with the arts. It is an online survey designed and distributed in partnership with disability organisations. It asks:

  • how often people go out
  • what they do when they are out
  • motivations and barriers to going out
  • hopes and preferences
  • how people find out about opportunities to go out

 If you would like to help us, please take part in the survey. It will take you about ten minutes to complete. Just click on the link below to start: |


Professional video post-production and mastering services available

For artists and startups looking to produce a video who want the smoothest and most economical way to do so despite the minefield of image formats and creative and technical options. Filmmaker Michael Higgins has been working for professional artists and clients for 10 years looking after cinematography, post-production workflows, technical management, offline/online editing and colour grading while also meeting specific delivery requirements (both digital and analogue) for various media players, alternative projection set-ups, cinema, gallery, tv and web.

Please contact Michael for any further information.

085 719 6983

Aoife Barron Offering Design Services for Websites for Artists, Creatives or Startups

For small businesses, startups and individual creative professionals, it isn’t always possible (or affordable) to create a bespoke website from scratch. If you need a fully branded affordable website and a custom domain to sell your creative wares or showcase your talents, Aoife Barron (Graphic Designer) provides Squarespace website customisation for start-ups and creative individuals. She can also create social media assets, branded channels and/or Mail Chimp e-newsletters (including a newsletter sign up form integration on your website and Facebook page).

Contact Aoife for prices, a project timeline or any other questions you have.

T: 0874265987

Industrial Mobile Dust Extractor for Sale

Industrial Mobile Dust Extractor for Sale

Esta mobile dust extractor, with moveable arm to collect dust in a specific area or can be used to generally pull dust out of an enclosed space. German Made. Can be cleaned by attaching and air hose to the wheel at the top. Electric motor. Bags to collect dust included.

Form more information contact:

Possible Life Drawing Sessions at Loughrea School of Art, Co. Galway

Loghrea School of Art plan on running regular life drawing sessions every fortnight, open to all abilities. There will be a teacher on hand at each session to help the less experienced. We will be using the services of male and female models. Each session will be approximately 2 hours in length and the cost is €15 per session. We’ll provide the model, tea, coffee and biscuits but you must bring your own materials.

We need to gauge the level of interest in these sessions so if you are interested in taking part please let us know by following the link to our website or by phoning us on 091 841886.

If we have sufficient numbers we will schedule the first session for Tuesday 11th April 2017 and every fortnight thereafter.

ALL CHOIR | Call Out for Members, Dublin

ALL CHOIR is predominantly a singing group, with a goal and ambition to use the commonality of music as a starting point for discussions, social gatherings and occasional live performances. ALL CHOIR is inclusive of class, ethnicity or musical knowledge and is open for singers of all levels of abilities to join. The group was first formed by artist and musician, Mark Buckeridge, in May of 2016 and has performed in Catalyst Arts (Belfast) and VISUAL (Carlow). Mark is now looking to put together a new group in Dublin.

There will be two meetings/rehearsals at The Lantern Centre (15 Synge Street) on Tuesday 11 and Tuesday 18 April from 7-9pm, culminating with a performance in the Atrium of Temple Bar Gallery + Studios on Saturday 22 April at 8pm.

If you would like to join ALL CHOIR, or if you have any queries, please email

Open Programme | Join PhotoIreland Festival Programme 2017 (Contribution Fee)

Deadline: 10 April, midnight

The Open Programme offers artists, photographers, curators and organisations the chance to put forward your scheduled events and join the festival programme. PhotoIreland welcome submissions of events relating to Photography and contemporary image culture, from national and international individuals and organisations, looking to develop their own events in Ireland during the month of May. The events could be exhibitions, installations, performances, films, shorts, videos, talks or workshops.

All participants will be featured in the festival catalogue and website, and will receive festival catalogues to distribute during the event.

There is a contribution fee of €125 towards the marketing materials, payable by bank transfer or Paypal. Please, note: you must have secured a venue for your event or exhibition before you submi

PhotoIreland will not assign venues though the Open Programme and encourage you to look at the maps in the previous editions of the festival and consider getting in contact with the venues listed in previous Open Programmes.

To submit, first email a brief description of your proposed event or exhibition and the venue where the event will be held to with OPEN PROGRAMME as the subject. You can include as many links and low resolution images you need to support your proposal. Once your proposal is accepted, you will be required to fill in the OPEN 17 Submission Form to complete the process and to collect all the necessary details.

Should you have any further questions, please contact

Registration of events for Bealtaine Festival 2017 now open

Registration for the Bealtaine Festival 2017 is now open and online at the link below. By registering online your organisation will be listed in the Bealtaine print brochure if you register before 24th February 2017.

Registration for online listings on the new web site remains open until 31st March 2017. After the 31st March 2017 we cannot guarantee that your event will be listed on the web site.

Bealtaine festival is Ireland’s national celebration of creativity as we age. During May, all over the country Bealtaine events are running in arts centres, theatres, libraries, galleries, community centres, local halls, care setting, cultural spaces and even out in the open air.

Register event here: