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Time for a new artistic vision

30th December, 2014
Colin Murphy

The year began and ended with revolution. Like the French Revolution, it’s too early to say what will be the impact of the water protests. But, a year on from the smaller revolution that marked the traumatic start of Limerick’s year as City of Culture, it is an opportune moment to assess its impact, and ask what lessons have been learned.

This time last year, the City of Culture was in...

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