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PP/S Launch

Submitted by on May 22, 2012 – 9:38 pmNo Comment

RUNNING IN THE HALL
PP/S Launch Party
Saturday 26th May from 6:30pm to 1:30AM

GRETTA GUN / SWORDS / NANU NANU / ILEX / DIVE BAR SONGS FOR DIVE BAR PEOPLE & guest DJs

Pallas Projects are launching their new studios & project space with a big party on Saturday 26th of May. It features bands & DJs in their indoor space and a BBQ in their secluded outdoor area.

Here’s the full scoop:

BBQ, refreshments & BYOB
Fine beers by Against the Grain
Kids free/welcome until 9pm*

6.30pm–1.30am.

10 Euro entry. All funds raised go towards the Pallas Projects exhibitions programme.

Check their facebook for details, updates & links to the featured acts!
https://www.facebook.com/events/367508536641236/

*Parents and children are encouraged to come and support from 6.30–9pm. Kids come free! w/ hot-dogs included

Pallas Projects/Studios
115–117 The Coombe, Dublin 8
We are located in a former school at the bottom of Francis Street, 5 mins from Georges Street

MAP
https://maps.google.ie/maps/ms?msid=209306079278856211248.0004bc623ce30a87d3a0d&msa=0

ABOUT PP/S:

The vanguard of a DIY art methodology, via an array of spaces and projects spanning over 15 years in Dublin’s City Centre, PP/S is now relocated to a long–term studios & projects complex in The Coombe.

The new Pallas Projects/Studios is an open space dedicated to the making and showing of visual art to a wide and diverse audience. PP/S aims to be a beacon of cultural excitement in the locality, with an internationally recognised programme of projects and events.

All are welcome and encouraged to visit and engage with our programme of contemporary art and artist–led practices.

Pallas Projects/Studios is supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council

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