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Irish Fashion photographer Holly McGlynn will hold a 3 hour camera phone fashion photography workshop The Gallery of Photography Ireland. This practical event takes place on Sunday, August 6th, from 10am to 1pm, and is will be essential and invaluable for any budding fashion photographer. Maybe you could be the next Bill Cunningham. To book click here.

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An amazing light installation will be installed in Smithfield tonight as part of an exhibition of two great photographers Esther Teichmann and Rik Moran. Flâneur By Dublin is part of a larger project called Flâneur – New Urban Narratives. This is a new, European Union funded, 2-year long project. The installation will be in Smithfield Square from July 2nd to July 24th.

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Iverna, an Irish online gallery that promotes the best in emerging and established contemporary Irish artists, will launch a new series of artist talks tomorrow, Sunday, July 3rd at The Dean hotel. Titled ‘The Sunday Edition‘, the series aims to educate and excite people with what’s happening on the Irish contemporary art scene. The first two speakers of the series are artists Le Bas and Colm MacAthlaoich Tickets are €6 and can be booked here.

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launching this week in Dublin’s Generator Hostel, PintAid is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to accelerate fundraising for lesser known charities by encouraging the public to donate the price of a pint to various city charities. PintAid will also be raising funds for Inner City Helping Homeless on the night. Expect guest speakers, music, and some good pints! Kick off at 7pm sharp on July 7th.

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Indie store Indigo and Cloth have joined forces with independent organisation The Repeal Project to create special ‘repeal the 8th’ campaign sweatshirts. According to the workers behind the campaign, The Repeal Project seeks to vindicate the rights of Irish women by reflecting , respecting and representing the need and want for free safe and legal access to abortion in Ireland. The pop-up shop takes place in Indigo and Cloth on Essex St until July 3rd, or alternatively you can buy them online here.

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