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DUBLIN DESIGN NIGHT
There's lots happening on April 25...
The third iteration of Dublin Design Night kicks off on April 25, with 20 design destinations welcoming Image Interiors & Living readers to meet some of Ireland’s finest makers.
Sip on a Jameson Irish Whiskey cocktail as you take in a Denise Nestor exhibition at Hen’s Teeth Prints, head to Temple Bar’s Icon Factory for a lesson in street art, or get the inside track on Black Church Print Studio’s printing process, from etching to lithography.
Scout will play host to Jill & Gill again for DIY screenprinting, while neighbours Tamp & Stitch will be demonstrating how to use coffee as ink. Early bookers will also get inside Appassionata’s new Clarendon Street shop for a corsage class, and The Garden will show small groups how to create their own terrariums. While you’re in Powerscourt Centre, head upstairs to Atrium, who’ll be running a personalisation evening with designers on hand to monogram, embroider and patch pieces from their collections. And pop into the ballroom for IDI's (Institute of Designers in Ireland) series of Bread & Butter talks, which are running all evening.
Meanwhile, over in Designist, Sean O'Sullivan of Badly Made Books will be leading collaborative notebook making, and there'll be greeting card workshops at Maktus (formerly Abode) in George’s Street Arcade. Then throw some shapes in Industry & Co, as they welcome Arran Street East for pottery demos, as well as offering tasty bites from their café.
Finally, Jam Art Factory will host At It Again, a talk by Irish literary creatives and illustrators. And that’s just the half of it.