Meeting on new public artwork for Clondalkin
THE COMMUNITY of Clondalkin are invited to participate in an online meeting about a new public artwork that has been commissioned for the area.
In 2022, South Dublin County Council, with funding from the National Transport Authority, will commission a public artwork to be sited at the entrance to Woodford and Clondalkin Village, adjacent to the Woodford Roundabout.
An online meeting to discuss the project and give members of the community an opportunity to hear about how the Arts Office will go about commissioning a new artwork for the area will take place on Thursday, January 27 at 7pm.
Through an open call process to visual artists, the council say that they hope to commission a “compelling artwork” for the new entrance that will be unique and enhance the sense of place in the area.
The meeting will be held on Zoom for one hour and open to all members of the Clondalkin community and community groups.
Speakers at the event include Pat O’Sullivan from Clondalkin Tidy Towns, Bernardine Nic Giolla Phadraig, Shelly McDonnell from Visual Arts Ireland and Orla Scannell from South Dublin County Council’s Arts Office.
You can register for the zoom meeting at https://visualartists.ie/