, Hen’s Teeth launch crowdfunding campaign for new cultural hub
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Hen’s Teeth launch crowdfunding campaign for new cultural hub

Dublin gallery, studio and art store Hen’s Teeth have launched a crowdfunding campaign for a new cultural space.

The independent cultural organisation are seeking to raise €40,000 to move to and fit out a new space in Dublin 8. Hen’s Teeth, who have been operating since 2017, have recently been operating from Fade Street but are now facing their second move in less than two years.

“We’re in a hugely exciting time in Dublin culture and more broadly across our whole island. There are more artists, musicians, curators and cultural innovators of world standard than ever before, and increasingly, these people are realising they can stay in Ireland to achieve their dreams. At the same time, more and more cultural spaces are closing and property is at a premium.” says Hen’s Teeth’s Rosie Gogan-Keogh & Greg Spring.

“In the midst of this, we want Hen’s Teeth to be a ray of light and we promise to give back to the creative community, continue to provide a platform for emerging artists to exhibit work, perform and create, to invite renowned international artists over, to help continue to inspire our own creative community.”

In return for donations, Hen’s Teeth are offering a series of limited edition t-shirts, prints, vouchers and more.

Head to their Kickstarter for more information and to donate to the cause.

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