7 September to 20 October 2017
Over 150 sculptures in the magnificent setting of the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin.
30 September 2017
KAVA are pleased to announce the forthcoming screening of ‘Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey’ a documentary about the life’s work and ideas of Bernadette Devlin McAliskey. The director, Lelia Doolan, will be present.
Duration: 1 hour 30min. Admission: €7, KAVA members €5. Further information: 087 6972226.
29 September 2017
LATITUDE is a North-55 collaborative project which explores the cultural and social complexities of place.
ENGAGE colloquium contributors include: Bonita Bennett (District Six Museum, Cape Town), Marie Barrett (North-55, Donegal), John Peto (The Nerve Centre, Derry), Micaela Martegani (MORE ART, New York), Fiona Whelan (Visual artist, Dublin), Kevin Murphy (Voluntary Arts Ireland), Annette Patton (Inishowen Development Partnership).
LATITUDE: Premier screening of the LATITUDE film and ENGAGE colloquium.
The ENGAGE colloquium will draw on local, national and international contributors to promote discussion on a range of socially engaged arts practices addressing issues of marginalisation, civic participation and post-conflict society.
The LATITUDE film traces community displacement and socio-cultural dividing
lines along three cross-border rivers the Blackwater, the Erne and the Foyle. The film is both layered and abstract, moving visually into these underwater terrains creating a dialogue ‘above’ and ‘below’ the waterline.
LATITUDE is a Making Great Art Work – Open Call 2016 award funded by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon.
For booking and enquiries please contact:
Kate O’Callaghan – North-55 Programme & Event Co-Ordinator
22 September 2017
Photographic portraits made in the Main Guard Clonmel. A Culture Night Event
Prints made on the night, subject to time and conditions.
The Main Guard
57 Gladstone St, Oldbridge, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, E91 PR20
28 September to 27 October 2017
Burren College of Art is delighted to host Hats InThe Belfry, an exhibition of three emerging London-based artists. Hats In The Belfty chronicles the Guinness-fuelled journey of three young painters through the eerie landscapes of The Burren to the grey streets of Galway. A fabled trip, defined for these young men by three distinct encounters with loneliness, perfectly embodied in an unexpected conversation with a homeless Jazz Mandolin player; the window-displayed-work of an unseen boat painter; and a comedic recurring fictional character, Uncle Monty.
In this exhibition of new work, Anthony Banks, Alex Gibbs and Woody Mellor consider these embodiments of loneliness in the face of their own lonely profession. This trip, and indeed these three characters, become a sort of conduit for the artists’ own indulgence and cry for attention from anyone who will listen.
Burren College of Art maintains an academic partnership with the Royal College of Art in London, including postgraduate studio exchanges. In the Spring of 2016, the College was delighted to host Anthony, Alex and Woody as exchange students and now welcomes them back as exhibiting artists.