[18 OCT 2019] The site, at the corner of Pine Street and Camden Place, was formerly home to the Camden Palace Hotel arts centre and has been a garden centre and a temporary courthouse in the past. The extended site is now being redeveloped and all of the associated structures behind what can be seen in my photograph have already been demolished.

Located on the banks of the Lee in Cork city centre, Camden Palace Hotel has been providing space and facilities to artists since 2009. Incorporating fields as diverse as painting, theatre, dance, film-making, music and photography, to name but a few, Camden Palace Hotel encourages and facilitates creative experimentation, idea sharing and collaboration amongst artists of all disciplines. Camden Palace Hotel is an independent non profit arts centre, currently receiving zero funding, we are a self sufficient entity helped along by public donations and the hard work of our volunteers. We aim to encourage creative partnerships and collaboration between, artists, individuals, business, community groups and other public bodies, as well as to promote social inclusion and diversity through actively encouraging access and participation to all.
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