Dates for the 2014 People's Art Exhibitions:Dates confirmed 9, 10, 11 May 2014 | 20, 21, 22 June 2014 | 25, 26, 27 July 2014 | 22, 23, 24 August 2014 | 19, 20, 21 September 2014 | 5, 6, 7 December 2014
The closing date for the December exhibition is Friday the 21st of November. You can download the application form HERE
Remember there are new postal rates from 21st July 2014. Check new postal rates HERE
The dates and arrangements for 2014 may be subject to change at short notice due to work to facilitate the construction of the cross-city Luas line. Exhibitors please note that Dublin City Council has advised us that parking is completely gone from the north side of Stephen's Green and strongly request that exhibiting artists should abide by the parking regulations, particularly on the North and East side. It is not safe to load or unload on the North or East sides because of traffic restrictions. Exhibitors are requested to find legal parking. The use of a trolley may assist in the loading and unloading process. You can park in the St Stephens Green Car park. Q-Park Website click here. Book your parking in advance.
The Garda Siochana have also advised us that all laws regarding parking, double parking, meters etc. are still in force during the exhibition. Please respect these laws and make appropriate arrangements with regard to parking. Do not cause an obstruction.
Two parking spaces on St Stephens Green East, are reserved for the exhibition office. Exhibitors are not to park in these spaces.
Applications will only be accepted on the current People's Art application form
Applications will only be accepted on the correct form by post to P.O. Box 5141, Dublin 7
Applications received without a stamped addressed envelope or space fee will be rejected.
Contact: The People's Art website is for information only. Any Queries can be sent to : firstname.lastname@example.org or
by post to PO. Box 5141, Dublin 7.
About Peoples Art
People's Art Dublin is a voluntary, part time, non profit making group,
brought together by Dublin City Council to promote the visual arts
to the public of Dublin. Each year after expenses are paid, donations
are made to various charities.
The co-operation and assistance of Dublin City Council and The Office of Public Works ( OPW ) , which makes these events possible,
is gratefully acknowledged.
The use of St. Stephen's Green is dependant on compliance with certain
conditions, available on request. You are therefore requested to take
note of them. St Stephen's Green Park is being used courtesy of The Office of Public Works.