Back in November 2018 Epoch held their first instalment of exhibitions in aid of Inner City Helping Homeless. It was a marked success and managed to sell over 200 prints in the process for ICHH.
They return this year with an event based on similar notions. Much like its predecessor this event will contain prints inspired by different statistics of this year’s housing crisis.
The art collective formed by Robyn Carey, Claire Prouvost, Sophia Vigne, Rachel Clarke & Lauren Smyth in September 2018 initially grouped together to promote female made and socially charged art.
5 artists from the Epoch collective have enlisted another Dublin based artists to create a pair of prints with.
This year’s edition includes themes of rising numbers of homelessness and black market housing among other disturbing trends.
The show runs for the whole month of December and opens Friday 29 November at 18.00 at Lucky’s with music and free drinks provided by Teelings Whiskey until very late.
Music Lineup from 18.30 – 01.00 includes: Endrift (Lepton), Nathanaël Roman (Live Set), Rachel Hegarty (DDR), Rosita Moulin.
The artworks on show are 10 limited edition Risograph Prints. The prints are all signed, titled and numbered by the Artist. Each print is limited to an edition of 30. They are all sized A3 and printed onto recycled paper. The packaging for the prints is 100% recycled backing board and 100% compostable plastic. The prints are priced at just 20 euro each or two for 30 euro.
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