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Our hand-printed t-shirts and art books are now available in The Mart Shop located in The Mart Gallery and Studios in Rathmines!!
All profits from our products go directly to the work of A4 Sounds and it’s artists. We are currently raising funds for our new studios so rest assured your hard earned cash is going to a good place.
The shop is open daily between 9 and 5pm and during their events. Over the next few months they have a a number of great exhibitions lined up as well as their Christmas markets. If you haven’t visited the gallery yet, their next event is Ghouls of Ghostbusters Past;
It’s a fundraiser for renovations to their gallery, so support them if you can. Don’t forget to pick up some merch while you’re there and support our adventure for a new home!!
Alternatively you can buy online from the comfort of your bed 🙂
New A4 Screen-printing service available. We can print t-shirts, jumpers, bags or create prints on paper up to A2. We also offer a design service if you don’t have the skills to create your design yourself.
Please get in contact via A4Sounds@gmail.com or here for more info.
Check out our shop for some of our own products. All profits go to the running costs of our studio and projects.
Our lovely Matt Hedigan’s exhibition 100 Portraits of Varying Degrees of Success was featured in the Final Episode of Generator on DCTV last week. If you missed it you can watch it below
“Generator is Dublin Community Televisions (DCTV) newest magazine arts show supported by the BAI’s Sound and Vision scheme. The show will be taking an in-depth look at the contemporary arts scene in Dublin and how it has flourished over the past four years despite the recession. The show will be aimed at artists, arts workers, and those with an interest in the visual arts.
This week we feature artist and musician Matt Hedigan form A4 Sounds during his first exhibition, we visit The Market Studios where we have a natter with Deirdre Morrissey & Claire Behan. We also profile the last artist from the Generator Group Exhibition Laura De Burca.”
New tote bags available over at the A4 Shop!
Cotton Tote Bag
Design by Lisa Crowne
Price : 5.00 Eur
More products available including t-shirts and badges!
All profits from our shop go to the running costs of A4 Towers and our Community Projects.
A4 Sounds is a self-funded not for profit arts organisation. Every purchase made helps us to become sustainable, so if you find something you like you can be assured your hard earned cash is going to a good place!
Last week A4er Matt Hedigan had his first solo exhibition. The show consisting of 100 portraits was held at our studio, A4 Towers. It was our final party at the towers so we are delighted so many people came to support Matt and help us raise much needed funds for our new studio. Special thanks to Katie Kim, Owensie and Rory Francis O’Brien for playing an awesome gig for us!!
More photographs and details about the exhibition here.
The comedy show from Tom Walsh and Alison Spittle was one of the funniest things to happen at an A4 event!!! In part due to the talent of the comedians and part due to it taking place in our photobooth created by A4er Donal Holland!!
Thanks again to Alison and Tom for coming along and helping us raise much needed funds for our new studio.
Alison Spittle – Reluctant Comedienne