Vendors and customers alike enjoyed the first-ever Christmas market in Front Square last night.
Trinity's Cancer Society is currently shooting for its naked calendar, which will raise much-needed funds for the charity.
SoloSIRENS is a collective of females artists based in the Civic Centre Tallaght.
The bucket hat was first worn in Ireland around 1900. Over a century later, legions of Trinity students are keeping its legacy alive.
The IFI will show eight of Jarman's best films in December – at the same time as IMMA shows its own Jarman exhibition.
Selina Cartmell, is set to present her directorial take on Jack Thorne’s adaptation of the widely-adored A Christmas Carol.
Tramp Press is a confirmation of the importance of putting women in power in the publishing industry.
Moving, launched by Grace Farrell and Ellie O'Neill, is a new publication concerned with the idea of 'art moving towards something'.
Moment in Time, an exhibition of photographic works from the Bank of America Collection, is currently showing in the National Gallery.
Art collective Epoch will return to Lucky's today with Riso City Returns – tackling Dublin's homelessness emergency.