OFFSET & Absolut Vodka are collaborating to celebrate Dublin city’s innate creativity by inviting creatives who have helped shape the creative lanscape to ‘Transform Your City’ for OFFSET2014.
Dublin city itself, will be transformed into a canvas for artists, photographers, illustrators and designers as they create installations that will inspire people on the streets in what is anticipated to be become one of the most ambitious public creative projects Dublin has ever seen.
ARTIST / CURATOR
LOCATION: THE LIBRARY PROJECT, TEMPLE BAR (1PM - 5PM)
DATE: MARCH 15TH
Orlaith Ross is an independent artist, curator and event producer based in Dublin. Having earned her BA in Art and Design Education from NCAD in 2009, she went on to complete her MA in Arts Management and Cultural Policy in UCD in 2012.
Over the past five years, Orlaith has featured in and curated shows and events in Ireland, Hungary and France, specialising in craft and design. Orlaith’s current focus is on hosting creative events in unusual venues, she has curated and produced a number of unique events including distinctive locations such as The Fumbally, The Powerscourt Centre and The Factory. In 2013, she established and produced Making Space, an independent innovative initiative where creative solutions are found and links are made through a range of happenings and partnerships.
Orlaith is currently based in Christ Church Cathedral as the Events and Marketing Officer, organising and producing music and visual art events such as ‘Altered’ for National Music Day and ‘Der Golem with 3epkano’ for Heritage Week, these events have garnered broad press coverage and positive reviews and was a finalist in the
Heritage Week Awards 2013.
Transform Your City is a collaboration between OFFSET and Absolut.
For more info on this project: iloveoffset.com/offset2014/dublin/events/transformyourcity & facebook.com/ABSOLUT
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