Article Archive for March 2014
A public symposium exploring the intersection of sound art, public space, and urban design.
Wednesday 2 April – Thursday 3 April 2014
Do you ever stop to listen to the sound of the city around you?
Beyond Noise …
A discussion about Cranbrook School of Art and Design with Francis Halsall (Visiting Critical Fellow, 2014) and students Anthony Warnick and Kelley O’Brien. Topics covered include Cranbrook’s unique educational environment and its relationship to its …
7.15 p.m. Harry Clarke 203
NCAD Thomas street
This Wednesday Peter Gratton, author of the forthcoming “Speculative Realism: Problems and Prospects”, will be giving at talk at NCAD entitled “Object Orientated Ontology: Timely Thoughts.”
Please contact …
A newly commissioned ephemeral event by James Ó hAodha (IE), featuring a Macaw, a Cockatoo, and an African Grey Parrot.
22nd March 11am – 3pm at the Lab
As part of the exhibition, Tonight, you can call …
This podcast centres on two recent Dublin exhibitions; group show ‘Tonight you can call me Trish’ at the Lab, and ‘Wasteland’ by Eva Koťátková and Dominik Lang at the Project Arts Centre. Contributors to this …
Our wine correspondent found himself at the LAB’s exhibition: Tonight you can call me Trish and TBG+S exhibition Against the Enamel. The resulting experience can only be described as “a floating oasis of energised drift” …
MA Art in the Contemporary World & MA Design History and Material Culture: research and scholarship opportunities
The National College of Art and Design is delighted to announce two opportunities for research and study in Dublin, Ireland.
“The Objects of Criticism”
NCAD visiting research residency in collaboration with The Irish Museum of …
Saturday 8 March | 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Lecture Room | IMMA
Haroon Mirza (artist) and curator of the exhibition Rachael Thomas (Senior Curator: Head of Exhibitions, IMMA) will discuss the development of the project at the …
Existing on the edge of anatomy
Talbot Gallery & Studios
51 Talbot Street
March 7th – March 29th 2014
Opens: Thursday March 6th 2014 6pm – 8pm
Siobhan McGibbon will give a walk through of her work at 12pm …