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WERK // HEAT RASH

WERK // HEAT RASH

WERK // HEAT RASH

Irish Museum of Modern Art

Friday 18 July, 8:30pm - 1am

18 Jul 2014

“We give each issue of WERK a name, which is a kind of gut response to what is happening in the world around us at the time. The name, the graphic design and the brief we write then informs what the artists do and how the audience engages…and when everything comes together on the night there’s a real sense of community and catharsis” THISISPOPBABY Co-Director Jennifer Jennings

Public Art Now, with Claire Doherty, Situations

Public Art Now, with Claire Doherty, Situations

Public Art Now, with Claire Doherty, Situations

National Sculpture Factory

16 and 17 July

16 Jul 2014 - 17 Jul 2014

Book now The National Sculpture Factory and Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts, are delighted to be working with Cork City Arts Office and the Office of Public Works to present a two day event on public art in Cork. PUBLIC ART NOW with Claire Doherty, Situations • 16 and 17 July Details and [...]

The Katalog

The Katalog

The Katalog

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery

Wednesday 9 July at 6pm

10 Jul 2014 - 19 Jul 2014

Founded in December 2013 by Aoife Power, Cillian Moynihan, Dearbla Coffey, Killian O Dywer, Niamh Cooney and Padraig O’Siochru, The Katalog is a Cork-based collective of artists and curators whose core objective is to source and promote artistic talent while creating a platform for the exchange of multi-disciplinary art practices across a network of possible opportunities. On the 9th of July The Katalog will host its self-titled debut exhibition at Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork. Curated by Victoria Evans, the exhibition aims to explore the idea of dichotomy; an examination of the relationship between separate works, by separate artists. The show runs until Saturday the 19th of July.

Supporters club talk #1: Jaki Irvine – ‘On holding on and letting go’

Supporters club talk #1:  Jaki Irvine – ‘On holding on and letting go’

Supporters club talk #1: Jaki Irvine – ‘On holding on and letting go’

Temple Bar Gallery & Studios

Wednesday 9 July at 6pm

9 Jul 2014

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is pleased to announce the first in its series of supporters club talks. Recently returned to TBG+S as a studio member, artist Jaki Irvine will present three of her recent film works and talk about the ideas and concepts that connect them. ‘56 Inch Fantasy’ was made in 2008-9, and was based on a conversation the artist overheard before stepping into a lift. It reflects a moment just before the economic crash, where everything is seen in terms of investments, assets and tax breaks as ordinary lives are lived within an overblown corporate fantasy. The second work that will be screened is entitled ‘Before the Page has Turned’. It was filmed at Dublin Graphic Print studios, in 2011 and registers some of the subsequent pain, confusion and sense of disorientation that accompanied the economic breakdown. In the meantime, people were trying to get on with their ordinary lives. For some, this involved the making of art. The final work that Jaki will present is entitled ‘Se compra:sin é ’. It was shot in Mexico city in 2012-2013 and uses the calls of local Mexican street sellers and Irish Sean nos singing to create a multi-layered musical composition. It has never been screened in Ireland before.

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Crane Lane Theatre

Friday 4 July at 7pm

5 Jul 2014 - 14 Jul 2014

KCAT Studio is an innovative open access Arts and Life Long Learning initiative in Callan, Co.Kilkenny combining artists with learning disabilities, with professional arts practitioners. This July they are launching Engagement, a project bringing together individual KCAT Studio artists with fellow professional artists to develop creative collaborative partnerships over a number of years. Engagement [Phase 1] introduces the conversation that is beginning to happen between Mary Cody and Paul Mosse.

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Killruddery House

Friday 4 July at 7pm

5 Jul 2014 - 14 Jul 2014

KCAT Studio is an innovative open access Arts and Life Long Learning initiative in Callan, Co.Kilkenny combining artists with learning disabilities, with professional arts practitioners. This July they are launching Engagement, a project bringing together individual KCAT Studio artists with fellow professional artists to develop creative collaborative partnerships over a number of years. Engagement [Phase 1] introduces the conversation that is beginning to happen between Mary Cody and Paul Mosse.

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

BOZAR

Friday 4 July at 7pm

5 Jul 2014 - 14 Jul 2014

KCAT Studio is an innovative open access Arts and Life Long Learning initiative in Callan, Co.Kilkenny combining artists with learning disabilities, with professional arts practitioners. This July they are launching Engagement, a project bringing together individual KCAT Studio artists with fellow professional artists to develop creative collaborative partnerships over a number of years. Engagement [Phase 1] introduces the conversation that is beginning to happen between Mary Cody and Paul Mosse.

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

The Author of Unusual Papers

Friday 4 July at 7pm

5 Jul 2014 - 14 Jul 2014

KCAT Studio is an innovative open access Arts and Life Long Learning initiative in Callan, Co.Kilkenny combining artists with learning disabilities, with professional arts practitioners. This July they are launching Engagement, a project bringing together individual KCAT Studio artists with fellow professional artists to develop creative collaborative partnerships over a number of years. Engagement [Phase 1] introduces the conversation that is beginning to happen between Mary Cody and Paul Mosse.

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Powercourt Gallery

Friday 4 July at 7pm

5 Jul 2014 - 14 Jul 2014

KCAT Studio is an innovative open access Arts and Life Long Learning initiative in Callan, Co.Kilkenny combining artists with learning disabilities, with professional arts practitioners. This July they are launching Engagement, a project bringing together individual KCAT Studio artists with fellow professional artists to develop creative collaborative partnerships over a number of years. Engagement [Phase 1] introduces the conversation that is beginning to happen between Mary Cody and Paul Mosse.

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Engagement [Phase 1]

Cake Contemporary Arts

Friday 4 July at 7pm

5 Jul 2014 - 14 Jul 2014

KCAT Studio is an innovative open access Arts and Life Long Learning initiative in Callan, Co.Kilkenny combining artists with learning disabilities, with professional arts practitioners. This July they are launching Engagement, a project bringing together individual KCAT Studio artists with fellow professional artists to develop creative collaborative partnerships over a number of years. Engagement [Phase 1] introduces the conversation that is beginning to happen between Mary Cody and Paul Mosse.

NCAD Annual CEAD Exhibition

NCAD Annual CEAD Exhibition

NCAD Annual CEAD Exhibition

Thursday 3 July, 6 - 8pm

4 Jul 2014 - 11 Jul 2014

A showcase of over 1000 diverse contemporary art and design works by 200 NCAD part-time students.

Bernadette Kiely: ‘…Everything Flows’ – Heraclitus

Bernadette Kiely: ‘…Everything Flows’ – Heraclitus

Bernadette Kiely: ‘…Everything Flows’ – Heraclitus

Taylor Galleries

Thursday 26 June, 6 - 8pm

27 Jun 2014 - 21 Jul 2014

The work in the exhibition is based on Kiely’s continuing exploration of the changing dynamic in the landscape and riverine area around her studio and home in Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny which she observes on her daily walks before beginning work in the studio. Her recurring theme of the passage of time is made manifest in paintings and drawings that feature shadow, walls, the river and its banks, reflections, roadway markings, fallen flower petals, seasonal changes, weather and trees.

Wexford School of Art and Design (IT Carlow) BA Hons Graduate Show: 13°

Wexford School of Art and Design (IT Carlow) BA Hons Graduate Show: 13°

Wexford School of Art and Design (IT Carlow) BA Hons Graduate Show: 13°

VOID

21 Jun 2014 - 11 Jul 2014

Void Art Gallery in partnership with Wexford School of Art and Design (IT Carlow) are delighted to host the annual exhibition of graduating students work in a dynamic new show entitled 13°.

Bénédicte Coleman: Papyrus Infiltrans (Mutative Species)

Bénédicte Coleman: Papyrus Infiltrans (Mutative Species)

Bénédicte Coleman: Papyrus Infiltrans (Mutative Species)

Crawford Art Gallery

Thursday 19 June, 6 - 7pm

20 Jun 2014 - 3 Jul 2014

Each year the National Sculpture Factory gives out one major Graduate Award Bursary to an outstanding artist from the CIT Crawford College of Art & Design Degree show. The artist chosen in 2013 was Bénédicte Coleman. This exhibition is the culmination of this artist’s 6 months residency here at the NSF. We are delighted to invite you to the opening of her site-specific installation.

Breaking The Silence

Breaking The Silence

Breaking The Silence

Gallery of Photography

Thursday 19 June at 1pm

19 Jun 2014 - 29 Jun 2014

Breaking The Silence, an organisation of former Israel Defence Force (IDF) combatants, presents an exhibition of photographs taken by soldiers serving in the West Bank and Gaza. The photographs and the accompanying testimony offer an insight into the tactics used by the IDF to control and disrupt the daily lives of Palestinian civilians, and reveal the psychological and physical damage those tactics have on both the Palestinian people and the soldiers themselves.

Siobhan Fitzpatrick: View

Siobhan Fitzpatrick: View

Siobhan Fitzpatrick: View

Toradh Gallery

Tuesday 17 June

17 Jun 2014 - 7 Jul 2014

View references a genre of topographical landscape painting popular in the latter half of the 18th century, which documented the landed estates, vantage point views, towns and popular historical sites of the time. These paintings depicted the Irish landscape at a time when the establishment of a categorization for aesthetic taste and appreciation of the landscape literally resulted in a pictorialization of nature and the re plantation of many country estates to create an aspect or view that reflected the sublime and uncultivated.

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