Kate O’Shea invites the public to respond to questions about housing and rapid development across Dublin 8 in studio 468. Half Way to Falling is a collection of collaborative printworks, sculptural works, film, and responses by The Just City Collective, formed online in March 2020. This work, installed in studio 468, represents collective energy and is immersive in nature. Kate has created Half Way to Falling with community workers, artists, activists & researchers while in studio 468 and online due to Covid-19 restrictions since 2020. A highly skilled artist/organiser, Kate O’Shea was awarded Common Ground’s the Just City – Counter Narrative Neighbourhood Residency Award in March 2020 for her project titled ‘HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?’ She will continue to be based at studio 468 until March 2022. This event is funded by the Arts Council & Dublin City Council.
Only 3 people at a time will gain entry into studio 468 during the following times: 5.30 – 6pm /6.10 – 6.30pm / 6.40 – 7pm / 7.10 – 7.30pm /7.40 – 8pm /8.10 – 8.30pm / 8.40 – 9pm / 9.10 – 9.30pm
Time: 5.30pm - 9:30pm
Genres: Arts and Crafts / Tour / Visual Art
Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible
Address: St. Andrew's Community Centre, 468 South Circular Road, Rialto, Dublin 8, Ireland
Phone: 01 707 8766