Tag Archives: (Re)Public

Dylan Tighe Live in Concert

Artist Dylan Tighe will perform songs from his album Record which are central to his work in (Re)Public alongside songs from his most recent album, Wabi-Sabi Soul. The artist will be in residence at Hyde Park Art Center from January 12-16 meeting with organizations and people interested advocating for the individual’s autonomy within the field of […]

38 Women Movement Workshop for Women 18-70+

Through simple dance exercises, playful tasks, informal conversation, and physical improvisation, this movement based workshop hosted by CoisCéim Dance Theatre’s Philippa Donnellan in conjunction with (Re)Public offers opportunity for you to explore your story and share life experiences with other women. In a creative, thought-provoking process, which seeks to investigate the embodied nature of these experiences and […]

Sound Performance with Softday

Listen to a sound performance addressing global and local effects of climate change by Softday (Mikael Fernström and Sean Taylor) joined by Eric Leonardson. The performance is part of the exhibition (Re)Public on view at Hyde Park Art Center until January 15. Please note, there is a $10 door fee. Tickets are sold at the […]

Campaign for the 10th President

Join artist Seamus Nolan in his campaign to have William Delaney, a child who died while in the care of the Irish state, appointed as the tenth President of Ireland. Seamus Nolan’s practice investigates the relative value of objects and social processes as they appear within different economies and contexts. He strives to unravel the commonplace, […]

Exhibition Reception

Join the artists in celebrating (Re)Public and Mary King: War Stories, the new exhibitions at Hyde Park Art Center.  

Film Screening & Discussion: A History of Stone, Origin and Myth

Join us for a conversation with the artist Megs Morley after viewing her latest film. This event is held in conjunction with the exhibition (Re)Public, which will celebrate its reception immediately following the screening and discussion with refreshments provided by the Irish Consulate. About the film: Within the shifting political and cultural landscape of 2016, A History […]