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Healy Times – A Tribute To Dermot Healy

Healy Times – A Tribute To Dermot Healy

Healy Times – A Tribute To Dermot Healy

61 College Street

Friday 19 September, 10pm - midnight

19 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014

Trans-art and Gonzo Theatre will host an Exhibition by contemporary artists to include video, installation, paint, print and performance for Culture Night, 19 September 2014 and it will run for the weekend until 21 September.

Visual Artists for Gaza @ 126

Visual Artists for Gaza @ 126

Visual Artists for Gaza @ 126

126

Friday 12 September at 7 pm

12 Sep 2014 - 14 Sep 2014

In response to Gaza’s emergency situation, established and emerging artists from Ireland and beyond have generously contributed artwork for a benefit exhibition, to open Friday, September 12, at 7PM. The public is invited to view and collect work at this exhibition, helping Palestinians caught up in the conflict.

…The Day Came Fat…

…The Day Came Fat…

…The Day Came Fat…

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery

Friday 5 September at 6pm

6 Sep 2014 - 13 Sep 2014

Students attending the MA in Art and Process at the CIT Crawford College of Art & Design will host an exhibition of their work at the CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork. The work on display is a selection of ongoing investigative processes that will lead to a final display in November. It represents the fruits of sustained study. The students feel privileged to have had the opportunity to develop and expand their potential and look forward to presenting the work in the excellent CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery space.

Patricia Burns: November Paintings

Patricia Burns: November Paintings

Patricia Burns: November Paintings

Taylor Galleries

Thursday 4 September, 6 - 8pm

5 Sep 2014 - 20 Sep 2014

Work on the paintings in the exhibition began in November last year and they were made through the following winter months. The journey on the Dublin to Cork road is an expedition the artist has been making constantly during the last 12 years and some of the paintings are linked to this route. All of the work is connected to thoughts of leaving a place over and over again.

Marilyn Gaffney

Marilyn Gaffney

Marilyn Gaffney

Eden Gallery

1 Sep 2014 - 16 Sep 2014

Marilyn Gaffney holds an MFA from the National College of Art and Design. She is the recipient of the John O’Leary Award in 2010 from Sligo Institute of Technology. She received the D.O. Sullivan Medal Award in 2009 from Sligo IT. Exhibiting both nationally and internationally; her most recent work is currently on display in Naperville, California.

Photo Album of Ireland – Curator’s Talk

Photo Album of Ireland – Curator’s Talk

Photo Album of Ireland – Curator’s Talk

Gallery of Photography

Friday 29 August at 1pm

29 Aug 2014

To mark the ending of our Photo Album of Ireland exhibition, you are invited to join us for a behind-the-scenes talk on the process of building the archive.

The exhibition features a small selection of photographs from the online archive of over 3,000 images. This talk will take a more detailed look at the some of the rich visual material and personal histories contained within the individual family albums.

The talk will also touch on the evolution of photography in Ireland and the future plans for the project.

Art for Gaza

Art for Gaza

Art for Gaza

Oonagh Young Gallery

Tuesday 26 August, 6 - 8pm

27 Aug 2014 - 5 Sep 2014

This is a benefit exhibition in response to the situation in Gaza. We feel that this crisis is a humanitarian issue and want to make some effort to support the people and, in particular, the children. We invited a group of established Irish artists to generously donate a work to the exhibition, the sales of which go directly to the Unicef: Gaza Appeal.

‘It is not on any map; true places never are’

‘It is not on any map; true places never are’

‘It is not on any map; true places never are’

Friday 22 August at 6:30pm

22 Aug 2014 - 13 Sep 2014

Youghal Co. Cork historically documents three sightings of Fata Morgana in 1796, 1797 and in 1801. A period in history during which Youghal existed under the weight of imperial and colonial rule, it was also a time in Ireland of mass rebellion for democratic rights against such rule.Only in looking back, can we imagine how a dismembered vision of a social landscape reflected back on its self must have appealed to the aspirations of a people opposed and oppressed by their rulers. What anomalous tension must have been experienced by onlookers, when reality as Other was unveiled as a lucid territory, free from notions of history, nation, struggle or permanence.

Russborough Sculpture Exhibition at Gormleys, Dublin

Russborough Sculpture Exhibition at Gormleys, Dublin

Russborough Sculpture Exhibition at Gormleys, Dublin

Gormley's Fine Art, Dublin

16 Aug 2014 - 7 Sep 2014

Following the success and response to the Russborough House Sculpture Exhibition the exhibition will now be on view in Gormleys Fine Art, 25 South Frederick Street.

The exhibition attracted over 8,000 visitors and received significant media coverage including being featured on RTE news. The exhibition was one of the largest and most prestigious sculpture events to be held in Ireland, showcasing the best of Irish sculpture today.

GIBBONS / WALKER / WARREN

GIBBONS / WALKER / WARREN

GIBBONS / WALKER / WARREN

Hillsboro Fine Art

Thursday 14 August, 6 - 8pm

14 Aug 2014 - 13 Sep 2014

Hillsboro Fine Art is delighted to welcome internationally acclaimed artist Corban Walker to the gallery. For this exhibition, each of the artists will make an installation specifically for one of the three spaces in the gallery.

a soul’s escape

a soul’s escape

a soul’s escape

Saturday 9 August, 6 - 8pm

9 Aug 2014 - 23 Aug 2014

There are records of a small range of buildings near South William Street, evocatively called “Tib and Tom” where citizens reputedly assembled to practise archery or play nine-pins (skittles) in medieval times. In the Land of Tib and Tom is an exhibition about the real and imagined stories of places. Five artists depict various physical spaces and territories or examine the material traces that linger in buildings over time, as they change form and function.

Samuel Walsh: New Paintings and Some Drawings

Samuel Walsh: New Paintings and Some Drawings

Samuel Walsh: New Paintings and Some Drawings

Courthouse Gallery

Saturday 9 August at 4pm

9 Aug 2014 - 4 Sep 2014

Opening Reception Saturday 9 August at 4pm • The exhibition will be opened by Dr Hugh Maguire, Director, The Hunt Museum, Limerick. www.samuelwalsh.com • www.oliversearsgallery.com • www.sofinearteditions.com • Tel 0657071630 • www.thecourthousegallery.com • info@thecourthousegallery.com

Ruth E. Lyons: The Pinking

Ruth E. Lyons: The Pinking

Ruth E. Lyons: The Pinking

Kevin Kavanagh

Thursday 7 August at 6pm

8 Aug 2014 - 30 Aug 2014

When the sky is lit up with the pink shades of sunrise or sunset the world is awakened to the signal of day approaching or night falling. But if one had just awoken and seen the pinking of the sky they could easily be confused as to what time of the day it was. Giving rise to a temporary disorientation and weightlessness under the sky.

Clay Works

Clay Works

Clay Works

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery

8 Aug 2014 - 30 Aug 2014

This Annual Members Exhibition from the Society of Cork Potters showcases the wide diversity and excellence of current ceramic design activity in the Cork region. The exhibition will feature a variety of works from functional through to decorative and sculptural pieces which are exemplary in their field.

Matthew Sutton: Generally Recognised as Safe

Matthew Sutton: Generally Recognised as Safe

Matthew Sutton: Generally Recognised as Safe

Galway Arts Centre

8 Aug 2014 - 30 Aug 2014

“Generally Recognised as Safe” (GRAS) is a term that originated from the Matthew Sutton Structural Administration (MSSA). The designation of the term specifically relates to, a material added or subtracted to the integral structure of a sculpture and is considered safe by experts, and therefore is exempted from the usual structural standard of requirements. GRAS is a term that originated by the American Food and drug Association (FDA).

Frequencies 2014

Frequencies 2014

Frequencies 2014

National Sculpture Factory

Wednesday 6 August at 1pm

6 Aug 2014 - 26 Aug 2014

National Sculpture Factory’s Summer lunchtime lecture series • Every Wednesday in August, in the Factory Floor Mezzanine, 1.00 – 2.00 p.m. • Free and Open to All

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