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Blue Moon Lost Wednesday

Blue Moon Lost Wednesday

Blue Moon Lost Wednesday

Royal Hibernian Academy

Wednesday 26 November, 6 - 10:30pm

26 Nov 2014

On Wednesday 26 November, 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 most innovative creatives. Taking place every 8 weeks over the next year, the second Blue Moon Lost Wednesday is coordinated by the RHA and the alternative space loving, DIY promoter HOMEBEAT.

Experimental Film Society Screening

Experimental Film Society Screening

Experimental Film Society Screening

Temple Bar Gallery & Studios

Monday 24 November at 6pm

24 Nov 2014

The second of six bi-monthly Experimental Film Society (EFS) screenings, taking place at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios under the Studio 6 Open programme, highlights the reach and stylistic diversity of EFS’ international membership. Bahar Samadi’s haunting, gem-like videos make very personal use of found footage to evoke a mysterious sense of loss and memory. Jason Marsh’s Pitpony and Esperanza Collado’s The Illuminating Gas both explore the raw materiality of celluloid but with contrasting approaches to rhythm. An emphasis on hypnotic rhythm and a willingness to tackle darkly erotic material characterizes the two collaborative pieces in the programme, Dean Kavanagh & Rouzbeh Rashidi’s Homo Sapiens Project (183) and Vicky Langan & Maximilian Le Cain’s Desk 13. And the darkness continues into Hamid Shams Javi’s surreal nightmare vision of family life in contemporary Iran, The Hell With It.

The Land of Zero

The Land of Zero

The Land of Zero

Crawford Art Gallery

Friday 21 November at 11am

21 Nov 2014 - 22 Nov 2014

Friday 21 November, 2014 11.00 – 11.20 Maud Cotter – Introduction The Land of Zero, 15 mins I came across the phrase The Land of Zero in a documentary on the Shakers. The phrase allowed me to connect a group of ideas that I was gathering at the time: intangible moments which temper rational direction; the [...]

Photo Album of Ireland Outdoor Projection

Photo Album of Ireland Outdoor Projection

Photo Album of Ireland Outdoor Projection

Donegal County Museum

Tuesday 18 November at 7:30pm

18 Nov 2014

The Photo Album of Ireland Touring project in collaboration with Donegal County Museum invites you to a specially curated outdoor projection event at Donegal County Museum at 7:30pm on Tuesday 18 November

Tim Robinson: Connemara

Tim Robinson: Connemara

Tim Robinson: Connemara

Triskel Christchurch

Saturday 15 November, 1:30 - 3:30pm

15 Nov 2014

National Sculpture Factory in collaboration with the Cork Film Festival will present a special screening of Pat Collins’ extraordinary documentary Tim Robinson: Connemara. This is to be accompanied by an illustrated talk on the making of the sound-score and soundtrack directly after the screening.

The Domestic Godless: Canaliculus Purgamentorum

The Domestic Godless: Canaliculus Purgamentorum

The Domestic Godless: Canaliculus Purgamentorum

Galway Arts Centre

Saturday 15 November, 7 - 8:30pm

15 Nov 2014

Inspired by the ubiquitous carousels of global sushi outlets, The Domestic Godless bring Canaliculus Purgamentorum to Galway, a brand new project presenting their latest collection of amuse-bouches along a canal assembled from sewage ducting.

Participation, Commemoration and Public Space: Jochen Gerz

Participation, Commemoration and Public Space: Jochen Gerz

Participation, Commemoration and Public Space: Jochen Gerz

Irish Museum of Modern Art

Friday 14 November at 6pm

14 Nov 2014 - 15 Nov 2014

Participation, Commemoration and Public Space: German artist Jochen Gerz in an Irish context takes place on 14 and 15 November at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) in Dublin. Organised by the Goethe-Institut in co-operation with IMMA, this two-day conference features art historians, curators, philosophers sociologists and civil servants from four countries discussing, with the audience, works by the exceptional German artist Jochen Gerz, now living in Co. Kerry and creator of transformative public artwork spanning 50 years. The symposium will also look at how contemporary artists in Ireland and beyond might address the contested and often controversial context of commemoration.

Tulca 2014 at Galway Arts Centre

Tulca 2014 at Galway Arts Centre

Tulca 2014 at Galway Arts Centre

Galway Arts Centre

8 Nov 2014 - 23 Nov 2014

Artists Conor McGarrigle Jennie Guy Jeanette Doyle Stephen Gunning The Stir Project The Domestic Godless

Debbie Chapman: Chapelizod Dereliction

Debbie Chapman: Chapelizod Dereliction

Debbie Chapman: Chapelizod Dereliction

Thursday 6 November at 7:30pm

7 Nov 2014 - 23 Nov 2014

Chapelizod Dereliction is the culmination of a nine-month community arts project led by Irish artist Debbie Chapman. It is a multimedia installation of drawings, photos, sculpture, painting, poetry and video.

Dublin Art Book Fair 2014

Dublin Art Book Fair 2014

Dublin Art Book Fair 2014

Temple Bar Gallery & Studios

Friday 7 November

7 Nov 2014 - 9 Nov 2014

The fourth annual Dublin Art Book Fair at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios will host over thirty international and Irish publishers and provide a much-needed platform for the distribution of art texts and artists’ self-published projects.

Colin O’Daly:

Colin O’Daly:

Colin O’Daly:

Gormley's Fine Art, Dublin

Thursday 30 October at 6:30pm

31 Oct 2014 - 22 Nov 2014

Renowned restaurateur Colin O’Daly who has devoted much of his life to the pursuit of artistic expression will launch his second solo exhibition with Gormleys Fine Art. Colin has been painting for the last 20 years however he is best known in Ireland as a master chef having previously held a Michelin Start for his culinary exploits. In the past 5 years he began to switch profession from chef to full time artist. The exhibition opens on Thursday 30th October and will run until 22nd November.

Stephanie Hough: In Pursuit of Leisure

Stephanie Hough: In Pursuit of Leisure

Stephanie Hough: In Pursuit of Leisure

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery

Friday 24 October at 6pm

24 Oct 2014 - 15 Nov 2014

Debut Solo exhibition of recent work by artist Stephanie Hough curated by Pluck Gallery. Hough’s work focuses on how society is warped in the prism of pop culture, scrutinizing versions of recreation presented by the media. With typical wit and intelligence, Hough produces works that wryly dissect the culture of commodified leisure, creating an exhibition that is smart, funny and provocative.

Tim Hawkesworth: Morning

Tim Hawkesworth: Morning

Tim Hawkesworth: Morning

Hillsboro Fine Art

Thursday 23 October, 6 - 8pm

24 Oct 2014 - 22 Nov 2014

Hillsboro Fine Art is delighted to present US-based Irish artist Tim Hawkesworth’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Educated at Trinity College Dublin and at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Hawkesworth’s work forms part of important museum, public and private collections around the world including: Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, USA; Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), Dublin, Ireland; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA; Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland; Arkansas Arts Center, USA and many others.

The Urban Party

The Urban Party

The Urban Party

National Museum – Decorative Arts

Wednesday 22 October, 6 - 8:30pm

22 Oct 2014

The Urban Party brings together 20 culturally diverse participants including politicians, architects, inner city dwellers and young people who will speak for three minutes each on the subject of “House and Home; Living in the City.”

Maria Simonds-Gooding: Enclosed Worlds

Maria Simonds-Gooding: Enclosed Worlds

Maria Simonds-Gooding: Enclosed Worlds

Taylor Galleries

Thursday 16 October, 6 to 8pm

17 Oct 2014 - 15 Nov 2014

Following on from the recent success of Maria Simonds-Gooding: A Retrospective at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Taylor Galleries is delighted to present Enclosed Worlds, an exhibition of recent work by Maria Simonds-Gooding. The exhibition mostly features smaller works in plaster, and tapestry. Enclosed Worlds will be opened by Catherine Marshall at the private view, which takes place on Thursday 16 October 2014, 6 to 8pm, and the exhibition continues from 17 October to 15 November 2014.

Mick O’Dea: The Split

Mick O’Dea: The Split

Mick O’Dea: The Split

Kevin Kavanagh

Thursday 16 October at 6pm

17 Oct 2014 - 15 Nov 2014

Kevin Kavanagh is pleased to present The Split by Mick O’Dea. Continuing the themes explored in Black and Tan (2010) and Trouble (2012), O’Dea has produced large-scale paintings that draw on a wide range of photographic sources.

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