Report Card – Curated Walls

What was the outcome of the Curated Walls Beta Project?

(Above piece by Art By Eoin)

Please use the hashtag #CuratedWallsBeta on social media to help us and everyone else follow the conversation.

Beta Project Report Card – Curated Walls

Before-During-After comparison…

Beta Project - Curated Walls - Before-During-End-After Comparisons

A summary report card…

Beta Project Report Card - Public Summary - Curated Walls

A fuller report card…

Beta Project Report Card - Public Full - Curated Walls

What’s Next?

Once a suitable policy has been adopted by Dublin City Council, this idea will be available for rolling out (as required) across Dublin City.

This stage will likely be carried out in small bunches at a time and will ask for local neighbourhood feedback in order to…

    1. Enable communities to have greater say about their area.
    2. Allow for local tweaking of the solution to better suit individual areas of the city.
    3. Checking that the idea still works at larger scale.

It’s not directly related, but this TV conversation about street art walls in Dublin mentions the above trials and touches on some of the outcomes and recommendations also seen in the Report Card above.

Would you like to paint a wall?

If you’re interested in being kept up to date with any further news on this, or possibly painting or curating a wall at some stage, you can register your details here!

Do you like the way the above was reported?

We’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions! See this Report Card Beta Project blog post, or check out #ReportCardBeta on social media.


About Dublin City Council beta

Dublin City Council are trying a new method called DCC Beta Projects...your input, then quick trials 'on the street', then your feedback! We'd LOVE your help!
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1 Response to Report Card – Curated Walls

  1. Vin says:

    Good work, well done.

    How about inviting internationally renowned artists to Dublin to show their art on highly visible walls. It would really brighten up the place and put the idiot taggers that are all too common in the city to shame.

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