Irish Book Week at The Library Project

Celebrate Irish Book Week at The Library Project from 17th to 24th October and enjoy offers, discounts, and special bundles.

FUTURES Irish Talents 2020

Running 3-25 October
At The Library Project

The Library Project remains open during Level 3

The Library Project remains open, here is what you have to look forward to!

Black Church Editions at The Library Project

The Library Project, in collaboration with Black Church Print Studio, presents Black Church Editions, running 20 August-26 September. This showcase selection of Black Church Studio Artists’ work celebrates their return to making art in their Temple Bar workshop. The showcase features approximately 150 works[read more]

Call for Works: HALFTONE 2020

Applications are now invited from fine art printers, illustrators, designers, photographers and any artists and creatives alike to submit works produced not earlier than 2019, to be displayed and sold at the HALFTONE Print Fair at The Library Project from 29 October[read more]

The Tokyo International Photography Competition comes to The Library Project

The Tokyo International Photography Competition brings to Ireland a diversity of practices to enjoy on the gallery walls of The Library Project in Temple Bar: Hashem Shakeri, Gregg Segal, Turjoy Chowdhury, Acacia Johnson, Ciril Jazbec, Charlotta María Hauksdóttir, Ryota Kajita, and Robin Michals. Tokyo International Photography Competition 20209 July-16 AugustWednesday-Friday 11-6pm, Saturday-Sunday[read more]

Support your favourite Art Bookshop

Get that warm feeling: Purchase a Gift Voucherbecome a Patron and enjoy rewards, or just Donate to support The Library Project.

Time to celebrate and support The Library Project

Order online this month for special goodies, and contribute to keep this special project alive!

100 Views of Contemporary Ireland

Launch 5pm Sat 14 March
Running 15-29 March
At The Library Project

Photobook Launch: People of the Mud by Luis Alberto Rodriguez

Talk 4pm Sat 14 March
Signing 5-6pm Sat 14 March
At The Library Project