Posted on October 2, 2020 by iwano@_84
In part six of our Switch it Up series, we explore the gentle approach that artist Isobel Henihan has taken to a ‘living renovation’ in her home. Nestled in an idyllic setting near the sea in South County Dublin, Isobel lives here with husband Ben and their three children.
Moving into a new house is one of the most exciting milestones there is, and it’s not unusual to get caught up in the enthusiasm, going for the ‘what suits right now’ property without considering how the house may need to work differently down the line.
As children come along, space is at a premium, but there are ways that you can make your spaces grow and evolve with you, and you don’t have to spend too much, either.
When we first moved in our understanding of what we needed was different to how it has transpired with three kids
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Posted on September 24, 2020 by iwano@_84
Downtown Mesquite will look much different in January 2021 than it did in January 2020, and the city is looking for local artists who can help that transformation be even more visually stunning.
With the city nearing completion on its Front Street Station redevelopment, it is putting out a call to local artists interested in producing a work of public art.
Works by artists in Mesquite and the surrounding areas will be considered, according to a city news release, with the art intended to be displayed for at least one year on “four large surrounds built to camouflage dumpsters placed throughout the new Downtown area. Each of these surrounds will have 10′x7′ panels, where the art will be mounted,” according to the news release.
For each work, the city will pay the artist a $500 honorarium. Eight works of art will be selected.
In addition to the new infrastructure and
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