Project by artist Jackie Sumell as part of the In Context 3 programme, South Dublin.
Artist led public art project, Leitrim, 2008
Art is Good for You
Bluetooth project in Thomas Street, Dublin by artist Saoirse Higgins
An annual festival that facilitates and supports site-specific and site-responsive projects in the Cork City area
Askeaton Contemporary Arts
Annual programme of contemporary visual art in Askeaton, County Limerick, Ireland.
Atlas of Cavan
Project by architects in residence Orla Murphy and Dermot McCabe's as part of Cavan Reimagined.
Aughty Walk: Rural Futures
Project by artist Emma Houlihan - a week long hike through the Aughty region in Co. Clare and Galway that took place from August 23 - 28, 2010
Project in Callan, Co. Kilkenny exploring notions of community in contemporary rural Ireland. Curated by Jo Anne Butler, Tara Kennedy and Rosie Lynch.
Collaborative film project led by artist and filmmaker Katie Lincoln with young people from Belvedere Youth Club
Website for ongoing project by artist Vladimir Arkhipov - the Post Folk Archive
From 31st of March to the 27th of April 2007, one of the last remaining tower blocks in Ballymun, Dublin, opened its doors to the public in the form of a unique short stay hotel.
In Context 3
South Dublin County Council's Per Cent for Art programme 2006-2009
The International Guerrilla Video Festival
A mobile festival integrating video art with the urban and social environment
The Kitchen Sessions
A public art project by artist Michael Fortune, commissioned by Galway City Council through the Per Cent for Art Programme.
Lives of Spaces
Ireland's participation in Architectural Biennale 08
[murmur] is an audio documentary which collected and presented stories and personal memories about Docklands from older people as part of the Bealtaine festival.
New Sites New Fields
An ongoing arts and landscape research project developed at the Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Co. Leitrim, Ireland.
One Day Sculpture
Commissioned series of temporary, place-based public artworks in New Zealand
Out of Site
Curated by artist Michelle Browne, Out of Site is a programme of live art that provides a platform for artists to create innovative new performative work in public spaces.
Preponderance of the Small
Douglas Hyde Gallery off-site project, Trinity College, Dublin
Public art project by artist Eilis McDonald that centres around the occupation of one of Dublin's many empty retail spaces.
A versatile mobile space which takes the form of a converted van. This mobile space was developed as part of a long term project by What's the Story? Collective
Sligo Local Artists Movement blog
The Space Shuttle
A multifunctional structure for interdisciplinary artists/initiatives and (community) organizations to use as a platform for urban creativity and social interaction.
A project by Sarah Browne looking at land-use, consumption, happiness, and locality around the axis of the sugar industry both in Carlow and internationally.
Initiative based in North Tipperary which aims to promote and show contemporary
visual art in a public context
A cross-national laboratory for tactical art making
A public art project created specifically for Naas town Co. Kildare, Ireland
The Tree Museum
A public art project by artist Katie Holten, commissioned by the Bronx Museum, New York.
Collaborative project between artists Aoife Desmond and Seoidin O'Sullivan
A programme of arts and health events that took place in Dublin in October 2009.
A public artwork by artist Fiona Woods resulting from her time as visual-artist-in-residence in North Tipperary, Ireland
Programme by Cork Community Art Link dedicated to creative research, exploration and project development relating to urban public space.
Project by artist Deirdre O'Mahony reactivating the Kilnaboy post office, Clare as a public meeting point and cultural exchange.
Greystones Educate Together National School appointed a voluntary committee with relevant expertise to oversee the per cent for art commissioning process. An external curator, Máire Davey, was appointed specifically for her expertise in working in a highly collaborative way as meaningful involvement from the students and school was viewed as central to the process. The procurement route chosen was limited invited competition.