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Le Cain Solo Screening

Le Cain Solo Screening

Le Cain Solo Screening

Temple Bar Gallery & Studios

Tuesday 17 February at 6pm

17 Feb 2015

The third of six bi-monthly Experimental Film Society (EFS) screenings, taking place atTemple Bar Gallery + Studios under the Studio 6 Open programme, foregrounds the work of Irish-based EFS member Maximilian Le Cain.

Blue Moon Lost Wednesdays

Blue Moon Lost Wednesdays

Blue Moon Lost Wednesdays

Royal Hibernian Academy

Wednesday 11 February, 6 - 10:30pm

11 Feb 2015

On Wednesday 11 February, people are invited to lose themselves in magnificent Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) for a night of spectacular Valentine’s fun and frivolity, showcasing art, comedy, live bands and food while Dublin’s top DJs provide the soundtrack for what promises to be an electrifying evening. Guests are advised to leave their inhibitions at the door and immerse themselves in games, mini-shows, giveaways and get ready for lots of surprises and laughter.

French Artisan Chocolate

French Artisan Chocolate

French Artisan Chocolate

Olivier Cornet Gallery

Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 February, 2 - 6pm

7 Feb 2015 - 8 Feb 2015

Stimulate all your tasting buds and visual senses and come to the gallery on Saturday 7th or Sunday 8th of February (2pm to 6pm) to embark on a voyage of multicultural diversity: Enjoy our winter group show ‘Reflections’ while surrendering to the pleasure of tasting laits pralinés, unforgettable black ganaches and sugar-free chocolates by outstanding award-winning French artisans.

PLASTIK Festival of Artists’ Moving Image

PLASTIK Festival of Artists’ Moving Image

PLASTIK Festival of Artists’ Moving Image

Saturday 7 February

7 Feb 2015 - 22 Feb 2015

PLASTIK is an inaugural international festival of artists’ moving image. The first of its kind in Ireland.

The festival is a collaboration between LUX Critical Forum Dublin (a meeting group for artists involved with the moving image), LUX, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and the Irish Film Institute and is made possible through the generous support of the Arts Council.

Cliona Harmey: Dublin Ships

Cliona Harmey: Dublin Ships

Cliona Harmey: Dublin Ships

Tuesday 3 February

3 Feb 2015

Created by artist Cliona Harmey, this new piece of public artwork brings to life the movements ships in Dublin Port daily, creating a strong visual and cultural link between the port and the city in full view of Dublin’s citizens, commuters and pedestrians. The artwork is generated from live electronic signals which track the arrival and departure of each ship in Dublin Port. The name of the ship is then transmitted in real-time to two large LED screens facing towards the city, and remains illuminated in black and white until the next ship either arrives in or leaves the port.

Virtually There

Virtually There

Virtually There

VOID

31 Jan 2015 - 21 Feb 2015

Virtually There is an exhibition of artwork created by artists, children and teachers through online residencies. The work of five artists and schools demonstrates the use of virtual technology to connect studio and classroom in a ‘third space’ where exciting collaborative arts practice can evolve.

Sleepwalkers publication

Sleepwalkers publication

Sleepwalkers publication

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

Sunday 25 January, 5:30 - 7:30pm

25 Jan 2015

Simon Critchley will launch the new publication.

CIT CCAD Contemporary Applied Art Mentoring Programme Exhibition

CIT CCAD Contemporary Applied Art Mentoring Programme Exhibition

CIT CCAD Contemporary Applied Art Mentoring Programme Exhibition

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery

Wednesday 21 January

21 Jan 2015 - 31 Jan 2015

Group exhibition by three artists of the CIT CCAD Contemporary Applied Art Mentoring Programme: Rachel McDonnell, Helen O’Shea and Mary Timmons

Soundings: Talks and Screenings

Soundings: Talks and Screenings

Soundings: Talks and Screenings

Municipal Gallery

Wednesday 21 January

21 Jan 2015 - 24 Jan 2015

To accompany the current exhibition, Soundings: collective memories of the sea. There is limited availability.

Home – call for entries

Home – call for entries

Home – call for entries

Municipal Gallery

Tuesday 27 January

19 Jan 2015 - 27 Jan 2015

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is delighted to invite submissions from artists who have studied in, are living in, working in or originally from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown for the Visual Art Open Submission Exhibition to be held in the Municipal Gallery, dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire.

Gareth Kennedy: Invented Tradition

Gareth Kennedy: Invented Tradition

Gareth Kennedy: Invented Tradition

Galway Arts Centre

Friday 16 January at 6pm

16 Jan 2015 - 7 Feb 2015

Galway Arts Centre is pleased to present the exhibition Invented Tradition by Gareth Kennedy. Having produced and exhibited projects nationally and internationally for a decade, this will be the most comprehensive presentation to date of Kennedy’s work in his native city.

The exhibition will feature three select bodies of work from the last two years of Kennedy’s practice which collectively investigate the social agency of the handcrafted in the 21st century and generate ‘communities of interest’ around the production and performance of new material cultures.

Mark Garry: A New Quiet

Mark Garry: A New Quiet

Mark Garry: A New Quiet

Royal Hibernian Academy

Thursday 15 January, 6 - 8pm

16 Jan 2015 - 22 Feb 2015

The RHA are pleased to be hosting a new quiet by Dublin based artist, Mark Garry. This is the fifth major solo exhibition Garry has undertaken over the past twelve months. Garry creates beautifully considered ephemeral works that act as embodiment’s of slow time. His works are measured and quiet, often requiring meticulous systems of construction. They combine physical, visual, sensory and empathetic analogues, creating arrangements of elements that intersect spaces. This exhibition of new works incorporates a diverse range of related materials that combine to form carefully structured poetic narratives between images, material and objects.

Nick Miller: Vessels: Nature Morte

Nick Miller: Vessels: Nature Morte

Nick Miller: Vessels: Nature Morte

Royal Hibernian Academy

Thursday 15 January, 6 - 8pm

16 Jan 2015 - 22 Feb 2015

Between painting people and landscape, I bring elements of the natural world into the studio to try and hold them in paint in arrangements that resonate: a Still-Life in other words, although I prefer the more french term Nature Morte, which brings to mind the reality of the cycle of life, nature and death that underlies the genre. I returned to painting flowers in 2011 because I had begun using them in a collaborative creative project at North West Hospice. As is traditional in visiting the sick, I bring flowers, using them as a subject for watercolours in a temporary studio on the ward. If appropriate, I engage with patients through the work, sometimes leading to portraits, interiors and sometimes just to flower paintings.

Amelia Stein RHA: Erris

Amelia Stein RHA: Erris

Amelia Stein RHA: Erris

Royal Hibernian Academy

Thursday 15 January, 6 - 8pm

16 Jan 2015 - 22 Feb 2015

Amelia Stein RHA is known and lauded for her sumptuous black and white photographs. Whether the subject is the graveyards of the Middle East, the Palmhouse at the Botantical Gardens, or portraits of artists, Stein brings together subtle tonality with psychological insight. This new suite of work sees two innovations from the artist.

Mollie Douthit: Paintings

Mollie Douthit: Paintings

Mollie Douthit: Paintings

Royal Hibernian Academy

Thursday 15 January, 6 - 8pm

16 Jan 2015 - 22 Feb 2015

For Douthit, painting begins in a place of order, mixing colors based on sight, placing objects in a clear and certain place. Working from life, the process unfolds, leading to images that hinge between the poetics of paint, and the specifics of the object. The process reaches an end when she is unable to truthfully put down another mark that relates to the object, or the new space it exists in.

RHA New Acquisitions

RHA New Acquisitions

RHA New Acquisitions

Royal Hibernian Academy

Thursday 15 January, 6 - 8pm

16 Jan 2015 - 22 Feb 2015

In January 2015, the second RHA recent acquisitions exhibition will be held in the Dr. Tony Ryan Gallery. This show will comprise of Members’ work that are called Diploma pieces, following the historic tradition that newly elected Members are required by our bylaws to donate a significant piece of their work to the Academy collection.

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