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Project Arts Centre commissions and co-produces work with a number of invited artists. These artists come from different disciplines: dance, music, performance, theatre and visual arts. Project Arts Centre originated as an artists' co-operative and this legacy is the context for its work and its engagement with artists.

Déanann Project Arts Centre coimisiúnú agus léiriú ar shaothair de chuid ealaíontóirí comhthiomsaithe a dtugtar cuireadh dóibh. Is as réimsí éagsúla na healaíontóirí seo: rince, ceol, taibhiú, téatar agus na hamharcealaíona. Ba chomharchumann d’ealaíontóirí é an Project ó thús agus is sa chomhthéacs sin a fheidhmíonn sé go fóill.


Artistic Director Cian O'Brien
General Manager Orla Moloney


  • The Water Orchard by Eoghan Quinn (Project Arts Centre 2017)

  • Futureproof by Lynda Radley (The Everyman 2017Project Arts Centre 2017)

  • Danse, Morob by Olwen Fouéré (Project Arts Centre 2017)

  • Dublin Oldschool by Emmet Kirwan ( National and International Tour, 2016 & 2017)

  • Mainstream by Rosaleen McDonagh (Project Arts Centre 2016)

  • The Casement Project by Fearghus Ó Conchúir ( produced by Fearghus Ó Conchúir in association with Project Arts Centre, the project included: a stage performance, a celebratory festival of dance, a short film, two academic symposia a series of participatory projects to address the legacy of 1916; 2016)

  • I'm Your Man by Phillip McMahon, Mark Palmer (Project Arts Centre 2015)

  • Dreamland by Jim Nolan (Garter Lane Arts Centre 2014)

  • History by Grace Dyas (Project Arts Centre 2013)

  • Best Man by Carmel Winters (The Everyman 2013)



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