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Nat Library Ireland Jul 26
We're so happy that artist has created two special pieces of art for 'Listen Now Again'. The first, a reworking of the artist's "Don’t Be Afraid”, inspired by Seamus Heaney’s message to his wife before his passing, on which visitors can leave their own personal messages.
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James Lynch Jul 24
Those artworks are great (the various international artists added some wonderful colourful talking points to the city) and there's also these 3 pieces. Including his collaboration with NZ artist (my favourite).
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Melanie Farrell Jul 21
at the centre of the Art of Protest exhibition
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Kerrie O' Brien Jul 18
I wrote an article about the wonderful new exhibition devoted to the life and work of Seamus Heaney 💜 via
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Kennys Bookshop Jul 13
Finishing touches applied to which opens tomorrow Sat 14 July at 3.00pm at the Kenny Gallery, guest speaker ...not to be missed, and we'd love to see you!
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Yetti Redmond Jul 13
Ingenius decision to include "Don't Be Afraid" graffiti wall for visitors to leave their mark at the Seamus Heaney exhibition. Democratic and inclusive. I imagine he would've approved.
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Irish Times Culture Jul 11
Maser: ‘Spray paint is way more exciting than school’
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Maser Jul 10
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Maser Jul 10
A serious group effort yesterday with the youths of @clayyouthproject Mad proud of them & the mural looks fresh!! Closing date for the is this Friday 13th July, so I urge you to apply, there is 100k available
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Katherine McSharry Jul 9
I could look at our amazing “Don’t Be Afraid” wall in every day and be uplifted by it - ‘intimate and helpful, like a cure you didn’t notice happening’
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Maria Johnston Jul 7
And thanks to a wonderful interactive final stopping-place by the last word of the exhibit goes to Heaney’s grandchildren - clearly delighting in the chance to make their mark in chalk! Glanmore Forever!
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The Business Post Jul 7
, the street artist and creator of the iconic Repeal the Eighth mural is collaborating with a fund to bring art to local communities, writes Martha Lewis
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The Business Post Jul 7
In the Sunday Business Post magazine, on the rise of White House adviser Stephen Miller, Martha Lewis speaks to and on the World Cup
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Dr Sandra Collins Jul 4
Thrilled to have two beautiful new pieces of art from in the new Seamus Heaney Exhibition - you have to experience them
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Stephen Moloney Jul 4
Replying to @MaserArt
What a morning. Something very special has arrived to College Green, a space to contemplate and celebrate the life, works and legacy of Seamus Heaney. Pictured: ’s installation marking the start of the exhibition; pages transforming into birds in flight.
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Hookedblog Jul 4
Diary Date 14th July, exhibition curated by in , part of . Featuring artists , Robert Ballagh, and many more →
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Noel Donnellon Jul 6
'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' new work by
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Coca-Cola Ireland Jun 27
We are excited to announce that is collaborating with us on the Coca-Cola , working closely with young people from to create a bespoke art piece. All will be unveiled !
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Maser Jun 27
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Dublin Gazette Jun 21
Dublin artist known for his iconic murals in Dublin city, will host a series of workshops with the Clay Youth Project in Crumlin to create bespoke artwork.
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