wonder works may collection

wonder works may collection

Every month we post a collection of events, exhibitions and other pieces currently inspiring the Wonder Works team. Here’s some things currently inspiring the Wonder Works team this May!

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Visit: Stone Step Gallery

A new exhibition opens at the Stone Step Gallery this May titled Philadelphia Story. The exhibition tells the story of the relationship between photographer William Smith and the city of Philadelphia and is open to the visitors until May 16th. Stone Step Gallery brings work from some of the world’s greatest contemporary painters, printmakers and photographers to showcase at their new gallery space in country Dublin. We were thrilled to work on the branding for Stone Step Gallery when they opened late last year.

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Celebrate: International Literature Festival Dublin

The International Literature Festival Dublin, founded in 1998, is Ireland’s premier literary event and runs from the 17th to the 26th of May. With readings, discussions, debates, workshops, performance and screenings, the festival creates a hotbed of ideas. If you’re a fan of print design and the smell of old books make sure to sign up for the Independent Bookshop Tour. A walking tour through Dublin’s historic printing and bookselling districts with Lisa Marie Griffith, historian and author of Dublin: Then and Now.

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Create: National Drawing Day

Get your pencils ready as the 18th of May is National Drawing Day! Free events and activities will be hosted by a number of Irish cultural institutions across the country. Our client the National Gallery of Ireland will be holding life drawing classes and printmaking demonstrations open to the public as well as sketching tours encouraging visitors to explore the gallery’s collection and beautiful architecture. 

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Unwind: Music and Theatre 

The grand stretch has returned and there’s a lot of upcoming music events we’re excited to for this month in Wonder Works. Our Project Manager, Karan, is looking forward to Jack Savoretti’s Singing To Strangers Tour and Suzie, our Project Administrator, recommends checking out Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst when they perform this month in Vicar Street as their partnership Better Oblivion Community Center. 

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