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  • Art Hive is a group of Visual Artists based in County Tipperary which aims to find studio spaces with potential for group exhibitions, performances, projects, workshops and educational talks. Art Hive wants to expand the visual art presence of artists and their work within Tipperary by exhibiting as a group and being involved in related creative activities. Art Hive is on Facebook too.
  • Design & Crafts Council Ireland is considered the headquarters of the design and craft industry in Ireland, aiming to foster its growth, and encourage quality design, with the vision that Irish design and craft is recognised and valued worldwide for its excellence.
  • Irish Seed Savers Association aim to protect, conserve, and utilise Irish plant genetic resources including rare heritage seeds, grains, vegetables, and fruit, to promote agricultural biodiversity.
  • Good Food Ireland is a collection of leading restaurants, hotels, cookery schools, shops, pubs, cafes, and food producers committed to local Irish food, and highlighting Ireland's food culture. A great resource for good food holidays, eating out, learning to cook, or for buying the very best Irish food.
  • Marcus O'Mahony is a studio potter.
  • Mandy Parslow is a studio potter.
  • Tipperary tourist information resources.
  • Organic Trust Ireland was established as a voluntary not-for-profit organisation to provide a credible system of organic inspection and certification on which the consumer can depend. The aim is to maintain the integrity of food labelled as 'organic' and to assure the consumer that organic food carrying the Organic Trust logo was produced in compliance with strict organic standards. High standards and a robust inspection system are the pillars of the Organic Trust.
  • Ceramics Ireland promotes Irish ceramics nationally and internationally, enabling the raising of the profile of ceramics as a collectable art form. They recognise the skills and craftsmanship of artists working in clay and the importance of ceramics in contemporary art practice today.
  • Sculpture in Context was established in 1985 to raise the profile of sculpture and provide a platform for artists outside the normal gallery context. It is a not-for-profit organisation run by sculptors. It has been hosted in Fernhill Gardens, the Conrad Hotel, Malahide Castle, Kilmainham Gaol, the Irish Management Institute, Dublin Castle, Farmleigh House, and since 2002 has been held in the magnificent National Botanic Gardens.








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