Exhibition by Sara Maia, Franck Omer, Adam Gibney & Jim Doyle

Thanks to LINK Culturefest based in Dublin, bio.space 033 had the opportunity to showcase 4 outstanding artists in a one-off exhibition curated by Emmanuelle Marion, gallery manager.

It would take too long to list all the national and international feats and awards Sara, Franck, Adam and Jim collected over the years. They brought together their most playful and challenging artworks for an exhibition this video will do little justice to but we hope you’ll enjoy it anyway!

Take care friends,

Bio.Space 033 (another d.ploy solution)

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LINK @ bio.space 033, Tomorrow Sunday 12pm to 6pm.

Come see the outstanding works of
JIM DOYLE (Dublin), ADAM GIBNEY (Dublin), SARA MAIA (Lisbon), FRANK OMER (Marseilles)
in one outstanding exhibition part of LINK Culturefest. They are looking forward to talk to you tomorrow, Sunday 26th from 12pm to 6pm.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

bio.space 033
33 Charles St West
Off Ormond Quay Upper
Dublin 7

Creating a Narrative Photo-Zine Workshops

Starting 1st May at bio.space 033 for 8 consecutive weeks:

A workshop course by Kate Nolan that will take you through the different steps of designing and making your own zine in pictures.
Aimed at intermediate photographers, the course will examine the practice of documentary photography, focusing on the visual narrative and exploring work of photographers in this tradition.
Practical techniques are explored and students are shown how to research a topic, plan, photograph and present a photo story. At the end of the course, there will be an intensive one-day workshop to make the individual zines.
Kate Nolan is a documentary photographer with extensive teaching experience in Wales and Ireland: www.katenolan.co.uk

When: Every Tuesday 7pm – 9pm from 1st May to 19th June
Where: bio.space 033, Dublin City Centre
Cost: €200 / €25 discount when you pre-book on bio.space facebook shop.
You can also contact Kate @ katenolan@gmail.com

Wishing all bio.space followers the very best.

 

Call for Submissions

bio.space033 is a new Dublin City Centre venue available for artists and creatives. This affordable space is versatile and can be used as a gallery, exhibition space, for events, workshops, pop-ups, studios or as a rehearsal space. If you are interested in renting the space or hosting and event please contact bio.space 033 with a proposal at bio.space033@gmail.com. For more on what bio.space033 could be, visit our “SEE IT” page.

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Saturday 10th March @8pm: Lo-Fi electro & indie rock night.

KILL! KILL! DEATH! DEATH! + ROTOR PERDITION + SOUWAL D.
100% French line-up for this lo-fi indie rock & electro night at bio.space 033.
It’s raw, it’s loud, it’s dangerous.
This is a private event with limited tickets so please RSVP @ bio.space033@gmail.com. BYOB & drinks on offer at bio.space. Ear protection is advised.
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Tuesday 14 February @8pm: Gangsters & Molls themed Tapas Night

bio.space 033 are delighted to host d.ploy Dublin’s second fundraiser, an exclusive evening for their friends and followers. Tickets are available for booking on our Facebook Shop. Any queries, please contact us at bio.space033@gmail.com.

Welcome!

Welcome to bio.space033! This website is currently under construction!

Thank you for your interest,

the d.ploy team.