Closing date: Tuesday 26 September, 12.00 noon.
The Institute’s BA (Hons) Art and BA (Hons) Visual Communication and Design courses require a Life Model for approximately 72 hours work over the course of the academic year.
Hourly Rate: €16.00 – €17.85
To apply for the post candidates must complete the Institute’s Application Form, listed here: http://www.itcarlow.ie/vacancies.htm?view/id/437
Garda Vetting will be conducted prior to any job offers. Institute of Technology Carlow is an equal opportunities employer.
Further informal discussion please contact Dr. Karen Hennessy, Head of Wexford Campus Ph: 053-9185805
22 to 24 Sept
The 5th Wexford Documentary Film Festival takes place in the working fishing village of Kilmore Quay, County Wexford.
Screening of main programme is in the Stella Maris Centre; however this year sees the addition of some interesting off site venues. The film festival has been gaining strength and popularity by providing the opportunity to see award winning national and international documentary films and 2017 is no exception, The 2017 theme is ‘Community’ with a strong emphasis on screening films that explore social, political and environmental concerns.
We are delighted to announce that the festival has secured an Irish premier of ‘We The Workers’ by award winning Chinese director Huang Wenhai, who will attend the post screening discussion on Friday evening. Other films highlighting social issues in the community are ‘The Grown ups’ (Downs Syndrome) and ‘Shot in the dark’ (Visually Challenged) ‘Loco Parentis’ (alternative style parenting) also ‘Tongue cutters’ a film about fishing related issues. Artists and filmmakers have had the opportunity to submit work to be included in the festival, through the open call earlier in the year. The 3 minute film challenge on Sunday 24th Sept is a selection of short films from public submissions. There are a number of categories within the challenge that receive awards.
New additions this year: Short films will be shown in unexpected off site venues; We will have a great Film Installation by Els Dietvorst; Workshops: film making, Dick Donaghue: pocket film making, Terence White: Acting, Conor Madden. Students from Aberystwyth University, Wales will visit with their films.
Wexford Documentary Film Festival
Stella Maris Centre
Until 31 July
This lasted until dawn… A group exhibition of paintings from the Collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
The Arts Department of Wexford County Council in partnership with Wexford Arts Centre and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) are very pleased to host an exhibition of celebrated contemporary Irish paintings this summer. This lasted until dawn… features the work of many notable Irish painters including Basil Blackshaw, Oliver Comerford, Barrie Cooke, Diana Copperwhite, William Crozier, Elizabeth Magill, Michael Mulcahy and Hughie O’Donoghue. The exhibition will be situated in the County Buildings and along with a series of talks and workshops in Wexford’s public libraries, are definitely events to mark in your cultural calendar.
This summer exhibition in the County Buildings is made possible through the generous support and loan of work from this essential collection. IMMA’s National Programme, now in its fifteenth year, is designed to promote the widest possible involvement with the museum’s collection and programmes, through creating access opportunities to the visual arts in a variety of situations and locations in Ireland.
County Hall, Carricklawn, County Wexford
T: 053 919 6369