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Art and Design / November 30, 2020

A festive pop-up shop is coming to the city centre

Photo: HOME
Art and Design / November 30, 2020

A festive pop-up shop is coming to the city centre

Words: Katie Gartland

Coppinger Row Christmas Art Market will sell Irish-made, sustainable gifts.

Coppinger Row will be home to a new festive pop-up shop this Christmas. The new store will supply a range of Irish art and gifts.

HOME, a vendor at the pop-up will provide a range of homeware products. Their festive soy candles, prints and blankets have all been produced in Ireland.

HOME was established in Dublin earlier this year by Deirdre Young, Sinead Bailey Kelly and Eileen Denham. They value sustainable, earth-conscious, Irish-made products.

Other vendors include painters Conor Bereen and Duda, street artist Kurb Junki. Fine artist Leah Hewson and photographer Patricio Cassinoni will also feature in the pop-up.

Coppinger Row Christmas Art Market is opening on Wednesday December 2nd. The opening hours are 12:00-20:00 every Wednesday- Sunday on the lead up to Christmas.