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Irish Polish Society Annual Art Exhibition
19 Sep 2014 - 5 Oct 2014
The annual art exhibition, showing the talents of our Irish, Polish, Spanish & Lithuanian members. A rang of work on display: oil and acrylic painting, ceramics, sculpture, original prints and mixed media. The works exhibited cover a range of artistic disciplines – etchings, watercolours, prints, pastels, sketches, oils, acrylics, ceramics, sculpture and mixed media, by members of the Irish Polish Society.
Mary McIntyre: An Interior Landscape
12 Sep 2014 - 11 Jan 2015
Mary McIntyre’s photographs often present forgotten and overlooked spaces on the margins. Her work captures the transformation that occurs when for a fleeting moment, the play of light can transform a mundane, sub-urban environment into a resonant place.
Blue Moon Lost Wednesdays
24 Sep 2014
The RHA Gallery, in association with Blue Moon, presents the launch of a series of exciting events: Blue Moon Lost Wednesdays On Wednesday 24 September, people are invited to lose themselves in the magnificent yet intimate surrounds of the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) with a spectacular mix of events lined up, featuring some of Dublin’s [...]
Photo Album of Ireland
15 Aug 2014 - 28 Sep 2014
The Photo Album of Ireland project has invited people to digitally share their cherished family photographs. We are building a democratic archive that looks at the social history of Ireland from the perspective of family, private or unseen photographic collections. The project is using high digital production techniques to record, preserve and share this valuable social history and build a new visual resource. The research work of the archive will be presented in a series of programmed exhibitions and outdoor projections in touring venues.
8 Aug 2014 - 5 Oct 2014
Ceramics Ireland will celebrate in this exhibition the breadth of contemporary Irish ceramics practice. It will feature functional, decorative, sculptural and installation-based works highlighting the diverse range of clay practice of Irish and Ireland-based makers.
University of Ulster MFA Graduate Exhibition 2014
6 Sep 2014 - 28 Sep 2014
This exhibition brings together work by the Belfast School of Art 2014 MFA Photography Graduates. Each of the 15 photographers represents a diverse point of view, which collectively succeed in reimagining contemporaneity and the way we live now. Reflecting on social and economic landscapes, these images reveal singular and communal identities, the parameters of which are unbounded, drawn and redrawn as they are, by both time and history.