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39 East Essex Street Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Open Mon–Sat from 11am


Project Arts Centre


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In person 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Monday – Saturday, 11am – 7pm

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By phone +353 1 8819 613. Monday – Saturday, 11am – 7pm Groups Group rates are available for many of our performances for groups of 8 people or more. For more information call and ask for Kate O’Sullivan or email

Looking for a bargain? Then check out our REAL DEALS – specific nights and performances when all tickets are available at discounted prices. Book early and save Earlybird booking rates are now available on all shows.* Save 25% off the price of your tickets just by booking before the earlybird cut-off date, which you’ll find listed on our programme pages. * excludes some festival performances and REAL DEAL nights.






On Foot – Project Arts Centre is a large blue building situated behind the Olympia Theatre and opposite the Clarence Hotel.









Bus – Take any bus that runs to Dame Street and either enter Temple Bar via Parliament Street and take a right onto East Essex Street or enter Temple Bar via Eustace Street or Sycamore Street and take a left onto East Essex Street. LUAS – Take the Red Luas Line to Jervis stop. Cross the River Liffey into Temple Bar using the Millenium Bridge. Take a right onto East Essex Street and Project Arts Centre is on the left hand side of the street. Parking Offer A special €5 parking rate is available from Fleet Street car park, simply present your show ticket when paying.

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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR’S WELCOME As we rocket to midway through 2013 we have begun to take stock of the year so far at

We have a wonderful programme for you this summer at Project Arts Centre –

Project – more audiences than ever are visiting

beginning with Landmark Productions Howie

the centre, taking part in our performance and

the Rookie written and directed by Mark

visual art programmes. In April, Project Arts

O’Rowe and featuring a stellar performance

Centre, with the support of our partners at the

from Tom Vaughan-Lawlor; I am thrilled to

Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and

follow this with our co-production with the

Dublin City Council, welcomed almost 600 of

Everyman Cork of Carmel Winters’ explosive

our performing arts colleagues from across

new play, Best Man. Fresh from its premiere

the globe as part of the IETM Spring Plenary

at Cork Midsummer Festival, this is a wonder-

Meeting. This was an incredible opportunity to

ful opportunity to see the work of a writer who

showcase our amazing artists, the working cul-

is taking the theatre and film world by storm.

tural quarter that is Temple Bar and, of course,

Not to be missed is Ether Productions’

our fantastic city. I was also proud to host our

new show Landfall. They really blew me

first Community Day, throwing open the doors

away with their production during the Dublin

of the building to our audiences and the local

Fringe Festival last year so I am thrilled to be

community to experience the centre in new

presenting their new show.

ways. We will be doing more of these events in

We welcome back AC Productions with

the future, so keep an eye on our new website

another hilarious take on Shakespeare with

which will be launched later in the summer.

their new production of Twelfth Night. I am also

delighted to welcome a new company to Project

and to own the work of one of Ireland’s major

Arts Centre; Polish Theatre Ireland with their pro-

up-and-coming artists.

duction of Foreign Bodies by Julia Holewinska. In our gallery we present a major solo

In September we will be hosting the Dublin Fringe Festival and then the Dublin Theatre

exhibition of work by Mexican artist Mario

Festival – our busiest, most exciting time of the

García Torres. This large-scale survey show

year. The festivals have incredible work lined

will evolve into 4 exhibitions, giving you an op-

up for you at Project Arts Centre and we will

portunity to experience his beautiful artworks

be sharing their programmes with you later in

and see the breath of his work and vision. In

the summer. I hope you will join us for some

September, we will following this with a solo

of these fantastic events and I look forward to

show by Dutch artist Jennifer Tee, featuring a

welcoming you to Project in the coming months.

host of new works gleaned from her travels and exhibitions across the world which have

Cian O’Brien, Artistic Director

been created especially for this show. A small number of our beautiful editions from Niamh O’Malley’s recent exhibition Gar-

PS. If you think we’re great and love the work we do think about becoming a Project Person.

den are still available for purchase; this is the

For more information about becoming a

first time Project has produced this type of work

Project Person contact Kate O’Sullivan at:

in a number of years and it is a great way for or on

you to support the artists with whom we work

+353 1 8819 608.

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HOWIE THE ROOKIE Landmark Productions

LANDFALL Ether Productions Performance


6 – 10 August

17 June – 13 July





Aoife Spillane-Hinks & Jane Brennan



2 – 20 July

8 & 9 August





The Everyman and Project Arts Centre in association with Cork Midsummer Festival Theatre 16 – 27 July p20


Festival 7 – 22 September p28

UNTIL IT MAKES SENSE Mario Garcia Torres Visual Arts

Polish Theatre Ireland

5 July – 17 August



22 July – 3 August



Visual Arts 29 August – 26 October p36

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Dusk Ahead by junk ensemble

Last week I attended the ‘All

the initiative Project Catalyst to give a better,

Ireland Performing Arts Conference’

more clear representation of how we view

curated by Maureen Kennelly, run

the artists we work with. Our Catalysts

by Theatre Forum Ireland and NITA,

are agents and leaders of change. Their

Northern Ireland.

work will not fix societal ills, or heal us as individuals but they do confront the issues

The theme of this year’s conference

and concerns relevant to all of us, helping

was ‘Change’. Over two days I had the

us to better understand and potentially re-

opportunity to take the time to listen to

imagine how things could or should be.

speakers and panellists to consider the key

I am interested in how we engage

changes in how performance work is made,

in evolutional and revolutional change.

presented and seen. What this offers me

THEATREclub recently made the following

(and those who attend) is the time to meet

provocative statement; ‘Revolution is a

with colleagues from around the country

change of mind’, a call to action to consider

to discuss shared problems and issues and

how we engage with performance. To

to talk about how each of us is working to

engage with any art work involves action

overcome them. It gives us valuable time to

and active participation. Each audience

think and reflect resulting in a kind of renewal

member brings their own belief system

of thought and most importantly of energy.

and history. To quote scientist Peter Senge,

A speaker who stood out for me was

‘People don’t resist change they resist

Declan McGonagle, Director of The National

being changed’. At Project Arts Centre, we

College of Art & Design, Dublin. He spoke

are interested in what our artists think and

about what are the true drivers of change;

how that influences or inspires others. Our

the economy, demographics, location and

audiences are key.

audience (both demand and behaviour). He

In the coming three months we are

highlighted that two of the most important

supporting the making of new work by junk

drivers are accountability and relevance,

ensemble’s Jessica and Megan Kennedy,

believing from experience that ‘intent’ is key.

Making Strange Theatre Company’s Megan

Project established our associate artists programme in 2005 in order to develop and change the diversity of work we present – to

Riordan and THEATREclub, Doireann Coady, Grace Dyas and Shane Byrne. junk ensemble are already in the

protect and support a number of individuals

rehearsal room with a great team of artists

and their artistic impulse. In 2011 we renamed

working on Dusk Ahead which has been


commissioned by and will premiere at

I’ve worked with Megan for five years

Kilkenny Arts Festival. In this work they will

and she manages with each new work to

investigate blindness and invisibility and

charm me with her unique outlook and

are particularly interested in exploring ways

perspective on life. But be warned, Megan’s

of seeing or perceiving things – things that

charm is not shallow. She uses it to great

may not be there or may not exist. They

effect. While Megan tells you about herself,

are interested in the move from domestic

in a real and honest way, she manages to

to wild, dusk being the hour between dog

disarm you, leading you to carefully look

and wolf. With each new work, Jessica

and ask real questions of yourself. Keep

and Megan never fail to create something

an eye out for the Dublin Fringe Festival

extraordinarily beautiful – something

programme launch on 14 August and grab

different, striking and bold. When you sit

a programme to make sure you get a

and feel their work you are brought into a

ticket – it’s one not to miss!

new environment, you are transported and,

year long Dublin City Council’s public

this work because I just can’t resist being

art commission for St Michael’s Estate.

brought on a journey by this talented duo.

THEATREclub make contemporary socially

Megan Riordan is creating a piece

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THEATREclub’s History is a two

by the end, transformed. I can’t wait to see

engaged performance with and for

called You Remember the Stories You

communities. For the past twelve months

Wish Were True for this year’s Dublin

they have worked with people from St

Fringe Festival. Megan is from the US

Michael’s Estate workshopping and writing

(although recently she proudly became

with activists groups, groups for those in

an Irish Citizen so luckily I now proudly

additction treatment, women’s development

and officially call her one of us!). Her

groups and family support organsiations

starting point for the piece was the

as well as a group for marginalised young

personal loss of the contents of a storage

people. The production will discuss Irish

unit, and consequently every single item

Nationalism around a week in 1916 in

from a four year period of her life. Since

Richmond Barracks, it will juxtapose the

then Megan has been looking at how to

lives of the people of Keogh Square with

reclaim memories and has researched the

the reality in Goldenbridge and will end

neurobiology of memory, learning and

looking at the struggle for regeneration

change. She has become fascinated by

led by revolutionary community leaders.

how remembering something is to change

Doireann, Grace and Shane are three

it but to not remember is to lose it entirely.

power houses and when you put them

You Remember the Stories You Wish Were True by Megan Riordan

together, especially with their ensemble

we entertain while also posing questions

(Ger Kelly, Lauren Larkin, Barry O’Connor,

and provoking thought. In order for real

Gemma Collins and Louise Lewis) their

change or for revolution to succeed

work is explosive. Working with them and

it requires action from the majority.

watching their work is like being on a roller

It requires trust which in turn builds

coaster. At the end of each ride you feel like

relationships. It forces people together to

you’ve participated in what is a thrilling

stand up for what they believe in. It is not

and active act of hope which you just have

just dressing but politics itself.

to do again. The work we support is made by

Niamh O’Donnell,

people for people and one of the most

General Manager & Executive

important things in the work we do is that

Producer of Project Catalyst

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History by THEATREclub

Other works in production / on tour: Dusk Ahead by junk ensemble

Have I no Mouth by Brokentalkers

10 –13 Aug: Kilkenny Arts Festival,

24 – 26 Jun: Theatreformen Festival,

The Watergate Theatre


Dublin Theatre Festival

2 – 15 Aug: Edinburgh Fringe Festival

(dates to be announced soon) Panto Collapsar’ by Mikala Dwyer CURE by Fearghus O’Conchuir

20 Jun – 29 Jul: Ballina Arts Centre

23/24 Jun: Cork Midsummer Festival,

26 Oct – 7 Dec: Riverbank Arts Centre,

Firkin Crane


27 Sept: Glor Theatre, Ennis 3 Oct: Siamse Tire, Kerry

The Family by THEATREclub

12 Oct: George Bernard Shaw Theatre,

10 – 13 Jul: Draíocht, Blanchardstown

Carlow 22/23 Oct: Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

Heroin by THEATREclub

1 Nov: Draiocht Arts Centre,

12 & 13 Jul: Draíocht, Blanchardstown

Blanchardstown, Dublin

16 – 18 Jul: Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal

You can help us to support the work of Project Catalyst by becoming a Project Person. For more information about becoming a Project Person contact Kate O’Sullivan at or on +353 1 8819 608

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Landmark Productions

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor in

HOWIE THE ROOKIE Written and directed by Mark O’Rowe

Space Upstairs

“One-man tour de force … with the

17 June – 13 July

magnificent Tom Vaughan-Lawlor”

(extra dates added)

Sunday Independent

8pm €20 – €35 Matinees 29 June, 6 & 13 July (3pm)

“Memorable theatre-making of the highest calibre … Mark O’Rowe at his most poetic, most brutal, most barbaric … extraordinary theatre” Arena Three hearts poundin’ loud, three lungs,

Suitable ages 16 +

pairs of lungs, suckin’ louder, suckin’ hard.

Very strong language and sexual references

Then softer, then calmer, then quieter. Then quiet.

Written and Directed by Mark O’Rowe

The Howie begins the story. The

Set & Costume Design by Paul Wills

Rookie concludes it. Mark O’Rowe’s elec-

Lighting Design by Sinead McKenna

trifying, epic tale is a wild, urban odyssey

Performed by Tom Vaughan-Lawlor

through a nightmare landscape – hilarious,

Sound Design by Philip Stewart

grotesque and, finally, deeply moving. Meet Ladyboy, a psychotic thug on a

“An epic one-man performance … Landmark Productions’ riveting new

quest to avenge the deaths of his Siamese fighting fish. Meet malodorous adrenaline-

production … the astounding Tom

junkies Flann Dingle and Ginger Boy. Meet


Avalanche, a ski-panted monster looking

The Irish Times

for love. Meet the tragic Mouse. Meet the scabies-afflicted Peaches. Meet the Howie.

“Magnificent … truly brilliant”        

Meet the Rookie. Howie the Rookie was first produced in 1999 and took the theatrical world by

“It feels like must-see theatre, and it is” Irish Theatre Magazine

storm. Now this brilliant play receives a major new production from one of Ireland’s leading theatre producers.

“Astounding and exhilarating … an acting masterclass”

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, star of RTÉ’s

Sunday Business Post

Love/Hate, plays both Howie and Rookie. Brace yourself for an adrenaline-filled theatrical odyssey.

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AC Productions



A fast-paced and hilarious take on

4 – 20 July

Shakespeare’s classic, Twelfth Night.


AC Productions bring their trademark

€12 – €16

lively, accessible style to their produc-

Previews 2 & 3 July, €12

tion of this fantastical comedy full of

Matinees 13 & 20 July (2.30pm)

extravagant fools, music, disguises, high-flown love – and bruised egos! Founded in 2004 by Alex Cusack and Peter Reid, AC Productions specialise in classic drama and have produced

Suitable ages 14+

17 plays including all the major plays

Comic violence and sexual innuendo

of Samuel Beckett. They have toured


Singapore and Hong Kong. Twelfth


Night is their third Shakespeare

Written by William Shakespeare

of The Merry Wives of Windsor and

Directed by Peter Reid

Much Ado About Nothing.

Ireland, London, Brussels, Prague,

comedy following successful runs

Lighting by John Crudden Set Design by Peter Reid Costume by Fiona Ryan Music by John Doran and Peter Reid Cast Includes: Gail Brady, Alex Cusack, Dagmar Doring, Daithí MacSuibhne, Neill Fleming, Paul Kealyn, Duncan Lacroix, Patrick O’Donnell, Paul Elliot, Dylan McDonagh, Jack Nolan, Eddie Murphy, Mark Lavery and Dick Tobin

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Written by Carmel Winters The Everyman and Project Arts Centre, in association with Cork Midsummer Festival

Space Upstairs

their children and earning ‘pin money’ by

16 – 27 July

writing best man speeches. Juggling the


modern-day demands of job and family

€22 / €18

is not easy, but this sparring pair seem to

Matinee 27 July (3pm)

have arrived at a win-win situation. That is until Marta moves in. Hired to take care of their children so that Alan can finally write his novel, this sexy, straight-talking Bolivian nanny brings buried tensions to the fore. As Kay stingingly observes, soon the entire

Contains strong language and nudity

house is ‘smoking with lust for Nanny’.


play about family wars and the wreckage

Best Man is a devastatingly funny caused when estranged parents compete “[Carmel Winters] … an exciting new voice in Irish theatre.”

for the spoils of property – and children … This bold new play from award-

Sunday Tribune

winning playwright Carmel Winters deals

Written by Carmel Winters

and parentage within modern relationships.

with the near-taboo topics of sex, power Directed by Michael Barker-Caven

Set in the intoxicating height of the boom

Set & Costume Design by Liam Doona

and, finally, the sober fall of the bust, Best

Lighting Design by Sinéad McKenna

Man prompts a public reckoning of our most private struggles as questions of

Starring Derbhle Crotty, Peter Gowen,

power within the family are examined with

Kate Stanley Brennan, Roisin O’Neill,

scorching insight.

Bryan Murray and Una Crawford O’Brien

Following the nationwide success of the B for Baby tour by the Abbey Theatre,

“Don’t think for one minute I’m going to just disappear and let the two of you play happy families … That is not the deal here, that is so not the deal!” High-flying real estate agent Kay Keane isn’t just earning a living for her family, she’s making a killing. Meanwhile, her husband and would-be novelist, Alan, is staked out at home, minding

we are delighted to present a new play from one of Ireland’s most exciting writers.

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Foreign Bodies is the story of Adam,

24 July – 3 August

a political hero fighting with commu-


nism in Poland. He is a perfect hus-

€14 / €12

band, a good friend and a role-model

Previews 22 July & 23 July, €10

for others. But no-one knows that he is

Matinees 27 July & 3 August (2.30pm)

a female trapped in his own male body. So after the fall of communism in 1989, when Poland gains political freedom, he changes sex and turns into Ewa. Now, as Ewa, she must struggle with social rejection, poverty and solitude


in a new, capitalist country. Mixing past with present, Ewa


discovers the dual imprisonment of an Written by Julia Holewinska

individual in two political systems …

Translated by Artur Zapałowski Directed by Lianne O’Shea

Polish Theatre Ireland


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Ether Productions


Space Upstairs

When they’ve taken the floor beneath

7 – 10 August

your feet, there’s nothing to do but fly.


Experience an exciting slice of airborne

€16 / €14

circus theatre in Ether’s brand new

Preview 6 August, €10

show, Landfall.

Matinee 10 August, €14 (3pm)

Four characters find themselves in an impossible situation – they have nothing to stand on. Suspended in a postapocalyptic landscape, a wild girl, a wistful opera singer, a forlorn gardener and an errant business man find themselves at


close quarters. There is hope – a garden, glimpsed far off and out of reach. But can

Praise for Ether Production’s Mirror, Mirror : “Ether Productions is one to watch,

they get there? In Landfall the spectacular meets the intimate and the dramatic meets the

and Mirror, Mirror is unmissable.”

comic with impressive acrobatic feats

Irish Times        

and physical storytelling. Aerial circus equipment – hoop, rope, silks, chains –

“… glorious physicality, impressive design … sheer ingenuity” Irish Theatre Magazine        

appear from floating, ragged sections of building as Ether weaves wonder from chaos in this breath-taking aerial performance. Watch Ether speak volumes

Written and directed by Niamh Creely

without saying a word. Take your place in

Choreography by Niamh Creely,

Landfall as Ether forgets how to walk and

Aisling Ní Cheallaigh, Jonathan Walsh

learns how to fly.

and Timmy O’Sullivan Lighting and Set Design by Pauric Hackett

Ether Productions was founded in January

Costume Design by Annique van Niekerk

2012. The company’s debut performance

Composed by Aidan O’Brien

was the aerial circus show Mirror, Mirror,

Produced by Lisa Fox

commissioned for the Drogheda Arts

Cast includes Aisling Ní Cheallaigh,

a highly successful further development

Niamh Creely, Timmy O’Sullivan

of Mirror, Mirror for ABSOLUT Fringe 2012,

and Jonathan Walsh

where it won critical acclaim.

Festival in May, 2012. Ether then created

Aoife Spillane-Hinks

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& Jane Brennan



Shakespeare’s King John is a fast-

8 & 9 August

paced, witty and entertaining look at


a weak monarch’s flailing attempts


to keep hold of his throne. There are extraordinary speeches, unforgettable characters, and thrilling battle scenes – so why don’t we see this play performed more often?

Written by William Shakespeare

Director Aoife Spillane-Hinks and

Directed by Aoife Spillane-Hinks

actor Jane Brennan experiment with

Cast includes Jane Brennan

form to present a work-in-progress showing of their King John project. A unique opportunity to watch an ensemble cast of Irish actors in the process of taking on a rarely staged but riotous political drama.

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Space Upstairs & Cube 5 – 22 September Various times Highlights released 2 July. Full programme announcement in August. It’s back! This September Dublin Fringe Festival is taking Project Arts Centre and the city by storm for its 19th year in a celebration of the very best new and next in theatre, performance, comedy, music, live art, circus, spectacle and more! Expect 18 days packed full of performances, bringing you exciting new work to delight and enthral. The full festival programme will be announced on 14 August but until then here’s one little treat you can expect to see here during this year’s festival …



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BREAK Photographer: Richard Gilligan

Break by HotForTheatre

HotForTheatre present a show that

Space Upstairs

challenges the familiar and infiltrates

7 – 21 Sept

the system in bells, beats and breaks.


For anyone who wonders what


happens when ‘how we do things’

Previews 5 & 6 Sept, €12

becomes more important than the

Matinees 14 & 21 Sept (2pm)

people we do things for.

Tickets on sale from 2 July

HotForTheatre seeks to touch, move, delight and shock you … but in a nice

When push comes to shove do you

way. The company have performed I ♥

really care about long division?

Alice ♥ I and Eternal Rising of the Sun

Welcome to the staffroom, you’re

Scotland, Australia, New Zealand,

invited in, but this time it’s not you

Crotia and in 18 venues across Ireland.

to 138 audiences in New York, Iceland,

who’s in trouble. Meet the teachers –

Break is their third time at the

nicknames, naggings and knockouts,

Dublin Fringe Festival and marks two

no one is spared. “How did I end up

firsts – a HotForTheatre/Dublin Fringe

like this, so tiny, in polyester pants

Festival co-production and FRINGE ON

over time going shiny, and wearing

TOUR at Draíocht, September 26 – 28.

away until hard and then frayed, flayed over rota and rules and first aid?”

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UNTIL IT MAKES SENSE by Mario Garcia Torres

Gallery 5 July – 17 August 11am – 8pm Admission Free

Curated by Tessa Giblin An extraordinary encounter with the work of Mario Garcia Torres. This new exhibition for Project Arts Centre will present an expansive range of artworks by Garcia Torres, evolving and developing through the course of the exhibition to create four individually distinct episodes. The work exhibited will include moving image, interactive installation, photography and sculpture. Mario Garcia Torres was born in 1975 in Monclova, Mexico, and lives in Mexico City. His solo exhibitions have included the Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid (2010), the Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona (2009), the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco (2009), and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2007). He has participated in dOCUMENTA (13), the Bienal de São Paulo (2010), the Taipei Biennial (2010), and the Biennale di Venezia (2007). You are welcome to join us for an introduction to the exhibition by the artist from 5pm, and to the opening of the new exhibition from 6 – 8pm, on Thursday 4 July.

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Gallery 30 August – 26 October 11am – 8pm Admission Free

Curated by Tessa Giblin The gallery will be transformed with intricate woven floor pieces, talisman-like sculptures and a hint of performance, in an exhibition of new work made for Project Arts Centre. The exhibition expands on her fascination with cultural identity, ritual and spirituality, to create a unique environment which blurs the line between art and object, the exotic and the banal, in an attempt to align the mind, body, and spirit all in one space. Jennifer Tee (b.1973, Arnhem) lives and works in Amsterdam. Her practice includes sculpture, installation, performance, photography and collages. Jennifer Tee has made solo exhibitions in recent years at Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2010), Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam (2009), Artspace, Sydney (2005), Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, (2003), Art Foundation Xiamen, Frankfurter Kunstverein (both 2002). A selection of group exhibitions include: Six Possibilities for a Sculpture, La Loge, Brussels (2013); Beyond Imagination, Stedelijk Museum (2012); Secret Societies, Schirn Kunsthalle; The Dutch Identity?, Museum de Paviljoens, Almere (both 2011); The Knight’s Tour, Museum de Hallen, Haarlem (2009). Jennifer Tee has also participated in the Prague Triennale (2008), Auckland Triennial (2007), Gwangju Biennale (2006) and the Sao Paulo Biennial (2004). You are welcome to join us, along with the artist, for the opening of this exhibition, Jennifer Tee (NL), from 6pm – 8pm, on Thursday 29 August.

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Choose from theatre, music, dance, visual arts and everything in between at Dublin’s busiest arts centre. Project Arts Centre is Ireland’s l...