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'I think the old systems just have not served us': Art and the battle against climate change
Earth Rising – an eco-festival at IMMA – will run from Thursday to Sunday next week.
Rembrandt & a retrospective of a revered Dublin artist: 4 exhibitions to see this April
Palette Cleanser: A guide to some unmissable art exhibitions happening across Ireland this April.
All time
Irish Museum of Modern Art identified as possible temporary mortuary site
It was announced yesterday that the Government is working with other agencies to prepare for the possible need of temporary mortuary facilities.
4 events for... anyone who loves art and design
From Iranian installations to environmentally friendly fine art.
4 events for... anyone looking for an art injection
Irish art fans are spoiled for choice this week.
How weddings, festivals and Hennessy are helping Irish art after 'devastating' funding cuts
We spoke to the director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) about how it thought outside the box to bring in more money.
'Crouched Burial': An award-winning poem before bedtime
A poem from this year’s Hennessy Awards Winner for Emerging Poetry, Una Mannion.
Finding Dublin's "tucked away" art - Dublin Gallery Weekend is back
The showcase weekend for the capital’s galleries is set to take place between 25 and 27 November.
Government-funded museum removes art installation after Spanish Embassy complaint
The action was carried out as a matter of security rather than censorship.
The shipping container house that was built in three days over the weekend
The unit, which will hopefully be donated to a family in Cork, has now been completed.
Heather Humphreys faced new claims about 'McNulty-gate' in the Seanad tonight
New claims of a meeting between the Taoiseach and John McNulty in June have been dismissed this evening.
Humphreys keeping schtum on Fine Gael official who gave her John McNulty's CV
The Arts Minister was questioned on the issue in the Seanad this evening.
Minister: It would be a 'cop out' to reveal Fine Gael official
Minister of State for Skills Damien English says that it’s a party matter.
Joan Burton told: 'The country wants Enda's head on a plate and you can deliver it'
Mick Wallace said people are sick with ‘cronyism in Irish politics’.
Enda: I can't name the Fine Gael official because they'd be pilloried
The Taoiseach is this evening facing his parliamentary party for the first time since the John McNulty controversy broke.
'This story is unravelling as it gets made up': Yep, they're still talking 'McNulty-gate' in the Dáil
Enda Kenny faced more questions today on the circumstances surrounding John McNulty’s appointment to a state board.
McNulty met with FG officials before Seanad race withdrawal - but says he wasn't pushed
The Minister for Arts also said that McNulty wasn’t a Seanad candidate when she appointed him to the board of IMMA.
None of Enda Kenny's cabinet colleagues asked him to explain 'McNulty-gate' today
Meanwhile, Brendan Howlin has announced changes to the way state board appointments are made today.
Fianna Fáil wants Enda to give the Dáil a "detailed explanation" of McNulty-gate
Micheál Martin believes “very fundamental questions” still need to be answered.
Twink, McNulty, and the iPhone 6: The week in numbers
Plus: How many pigs are there in Ireland?
Minister claims "no connection" between McNulty board appointment and Seanad nomination
The opposition claim that the controversy is growing ‘shabbier by the day’.
'Not my finest hour': Enda Kenny says he takes all the blame for McNulty-gate
The Taoiseach has said he takes full responsibility for the controversy surrounding John McNulty’s nomination to the Seanad.
FG TD thinks McNulty appointment is 'stroke politics at its worst'... and he's not the only one
Meanwhile, Finance Minister Michael Noonan has sought to play down the John McNulty controversy today.
John McNulty quits controversial state board job... but will continue his Seanad bid
The controversy surrounding Fine Gael’s nominee for the upper house is rumbling on today.
Stroke politics? The controversy over Fine Gael's Seanad hopeful isn't going away
John McNulty was appointed to a state board days before Fine Gael nominated him for the Seanad.
Here's how Fine Gael landed itself in an unnecessary Seanad shambles
Analysis: What should have been a routine filling of a Seanad vacancy has turned into a a bit of a mess for the government party.
Arts Minister defends decision to give Fine Gael's Seanad nominee a state board job
John McNulty was appointed to the board of the Irish Museum of Modern Art days before he was nominated for the vacant Seanad seat.
Ireland's MOMA to reopen this weekend
Tea dances, drawing workshops and creative dens.
So, how was Blur last night? Here's the Twitter reaction...
It was all a Blur.
Blur frontman spotted in Dublin ahead of tomorrow's gig
Be still our beating nineties hearts.
Nineties alert! Free Blur exhibition coming to Dublin ahead of their gig
The story of four charming men.
Blur playing in Dublin this summer, but where did you stand on Blur v Oasis?
Blur will play at Imma in Dublin on 1 August.
Hidden Ireland: The capital’s oldest graveyard
Tales of grave robbing, boxing fights and destroyed high crosses are all shared during a visit to Bully’s Acre, which is normally closed to the public.
Opinion: There should be no debate – artists need money, says Dorothy Cross
Iconic Irish artist Dorothy Cross says the debate on the economic value of the arts is a moot point.
Photos: Ireland’s top 10 attractions revealed
Which places around the country drew the most visitors last year? And does this vintage photo give you a clue?
Bank Holiday Weekend Festival Rider of the Day
Chardonnay, ENGLISH tea bags and subdued lighting. That’s what New Order are demanding when they visit Dublin for Forbidden Fruit this weekend…
Leonard Cohen adds extra Dublin gig
14 September at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham.
Irish Film Institute gets new Director
Ross Keane moves into the hot seat as current IFI head goes to IMMA.
Leonard Cohen confirmed for autumn concert
The Royal Hospital Kilmainham is to see music royalty return for momentous gig.
Dublin's Forbidden Fruit festival announces 2012 line-up
Manchester icons New Order will headline the June event alongside Leftfield, Wilco and James Vincent McMorrow.