Lily Killeen on the scene
The Kemp Gallery, Ireland’s newest home for contemporary Irish urban art, opened its doors last Thursday on the site of the Design Yard on Frederick Street, Dublin 2. The first exhibition, Intro, celebrates the growing street art scene in Dublin and provides a space for upcoming artists to showcase their works.
‘America’ was the title on the opening concert of Imagining Home which last week celebrated Ireland’s long-standing musical conversation across the Atlantic. Irish...
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