Faolan Carey’s eye for detail captures the essence of Fringe Festival award-winning Club Comfort, an LGBTGIA friendly environment.
“Find your tribe and claim your place in society” — a personal reflection on the power of collaborative action by an Extinction Rebellion activist.
Our Type is an ongoing photographic project documenting the disappearing shopfronts, signage and typography of Ireland's towns and villages.
Damaged explore how emotion, pain, trauma can transform us. Their aim is to normalise these experiences and let people know they are not alone.
Faolan Carey’s eye for detail has captured the essence of our capital city.
Nature is radical. Extinction Rebellion have collaborated with FAC for this article, to call for a Global Climate Strike from September 20th – 27th.
Our current housing crisis can be traced directly back to the 2008 recession. Could Ireland’s now efficient economy catastrophically collapse again?
LATE 2N continue to push the boundaries in the Irish fashion scene, in both conceptual terms and their unique garment design.
Modernist.ie founder Matt Retallick will be featuring an ongoing series on FAC, exploring the history of Irish design.
Epoch are a female art collective looking to promote feminism and social equality through their work, contributing to Dublin visual culture with bold, striking, colourful contemporary art.