Saturday June 6, 2020

Arts find a home in Dublin Docklands

Landmark art commissions will create new public artwork series in port area

8th September, 2016
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Eamonn O Reilly of the Dublin Port Company, Andrew Hetherington, chief executive of Business to Arts and Charlie Murphy, communications manager with the Dublin Port Company, launching Port Perspectives. Pic: Shane O'Neill Photography

Artists have been called upon to create site-specific works for Dublin Port.

Dublin Port is commissioning a series of original and innovative public artworks and installations under the umbrella title Port Perspectives.

The commissioned site-specific artworks will enhance the public realm while creating a living exhibition and cultural trail.

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