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Art, Culture & Heritage

Dublin Port

Diving Bell Museum

The restoration of the Diving Bell is the first project in Dublin Port’s plan to create a ‘distributed museum’ of attractions across the Dublin docklands and into Dublin Port to preserve the port’s industrial heritage and history.The Diving Bell Museum on Sir Rogersons Quay opened in 2015.

Dublin Port

Port Perspectives

The Port Perspectives programme aims to create links between Dublin Port and the city by connecting the evolving artistic heritage of the port with the wider heritage of Dublin city. The programmes allow local communities and stakeholders to express their perspective on the port through the artistic mediums of music, visual and performing arts.

Trinity College Dublin

Douglas Hyde Gallery

The Douglas Hyde Gallery produces and commissions contemporary art, supporting international and Irish artists to make bold new work and presenting pivotal solo exhibitions by significant artists of the present and the future.

Trinity College Dublin

The Lir Academy

The Lir Academy offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses taught by industry professionals in acting and technical theatre. Our students receive the highest level of training possible and go on to work on and backstage in theatre, film, events and related industries. A number of bursaries are available each year. More information on our website.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

Tiny Tots Creative Workshops

Tiny Tots is a creative workshop designed for parents and children from 15 months to first class. Activities range from painting to story-telling.

Ancestry

Ancestry local history tours during Heritage Week

During Heritage Week, Ancestry offers the opportunity to learn about the fascinating history of today’s ‘Silicone Docks’ through a walking tour of the area inspired by historical documents, newspapers, and maps. www.heritageweek.ie

National College of Ireland

Zoom Ahead with Books

The Zoom Ahead with Books project is designed to encourage parental involvement and promote children's enjoyment and motivation to read for pleasure.

Trinity College Dublin

Book Club – Trinity College

The Trinity Centre for Literary & Cultural Translation hosts a book club on the third Tuesday of the month (during term) to discuss a piece of recently translated literature, usually fiction. New members are always welcome and may drop in and out as it suits. Admission is free.

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