Project Arts Centre

The Project Arts Center headquarters in Temple Bar, Dublin.

Project Arts Centre has a vision of being an equitable, diverse and inclusive artistic and social space, connecting people in creative processes that engage with the messiness of lived experiences and question the status quo.  We have a track record of working with artists with a wide range of lived experience, and of amplifying lesser heard stories and voices.  In our recent policy Towards Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, we made fresh commitments to invest in new opportunities for artists and audiences in four specific areas where marginalisation is common, one of which was Disability.  Europe Beyond Access is a timely opportunity for us to make progress towards this vision by sharing valuable knowledge, experience, and skills with nine European partners, and developing ambitious opportunities for artists and audiences in Ireland. 

Project Arts Centre is a hub in Dublin (Ireland) for artists, arts workers and audiences of all ages, housing a year round programme of visual and performing arts in two theatre spaces and a gallery, as well as providing informal meeting spaces and artist hot desks for the development of new work.

Their mission is to inspire, provoke and challenge through great art. By supporting creative risks taken by a diverse range of artists, they support undermined or undervalued artistic messages and platform moments that risk being unheard, unimagined or unseen, challenging audiences to think beyond the status quo.

As Ireland’s first, and busiest arts centre, Project currently presents over 600 events a year to an audience of over 50,000 people, as well as supporting the presentation and touring of the work of independent artists as part of their Project Artist initiative. It is not only a home for contemporary arts, but also a producing house, a resource for artists and a critical hub. Project works with artists across all art forms to make and present extraordinary work and is constantly exploring new and ambitious forms of engagement to make art accessible to newer and wider audiences.

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