A lovely red Thursday Door from Cork City this week . . .
. . . and a yellow one . . .
. . . and a green one . . .
. . . and a black one . . .
This will take forever so here’s a slideshow 🙂
There are quite a few nice balconies, too.
This is one of four such balconies on the Camden Palace Hotel, which is now a community arts centre. The once derelict old building was taken over by a group of artists some years ago and it’s run as a not-for-profit venture, staffed by volunteers. Here’s what it says on their website: Camden Palace Hotel Community Arts Centre 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. 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.
This is an older photograph of the building before the artists took it over.
You’d never guess it was an arts centre.
Thanks for visiting Cork City’s Thursday Doors and if you’d like to sample a wide variety of doors from around the globe, have a look at Norm’s blog and follow the’ blue frog’ link.