In Sept 2020 Aemi launched their second online exhibition with Fiona Marron’s film After Automation, accompanied by a commissioned text by Jessica … More
Love Notes from a German Building Site, the debut novel by ACW alum Adrian Duncan, has been awarded the inaugural John McGahern Book Prize 2020.
m u d r o o m is an experimental ambient audio installation, transformed into a one-hour virtual livestream featuring … More
A rich and growing list of thought, sight, sound, text and performance. Built by the ACW community and added to weekly.
A season of propositions, performances, experiments and scenarios by the MFA Art in the Contemporary World.
Sue Rainsford is a fiction and arts writer. Her practice is concerned with explicit fusions of critical and corporeal inquiry, as … More
Featuring ACW tutors Declan Long, Francis Halsall and Rachel O’Dwyer. Tune into the latest Podcast on DDR where they discuss … More
Return Gallery, Goethe- Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Opening 15 January 2020 | 6 – 9pmExhibition runs till … More
|| Open Call || This exhibition will explore the many different systems that form our contemporary networked society. The Science Gallery Dublin and curatorial team welcome proposals that highlight, investigate and test these systems, or offer alternative ones for an uncertain future.
Calling artists, designers, technologists, activists, journalists (citizen, alternative and mainstream), hackers and pranksters, academics and engineers to propose exhibits, workshops, interventions or projects that will help us untangle the many complex systems, both visible and invisible, that surround us.
Book launch event: 12th December 2019, Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios at 6pm.
Every Single Morning by Martina O’Brien will be introduced by Clíodhna Shaffrey, with readings by Francis Halsall and Karen E. Till.
Join ACW for the Open Day of Naschaus: The Uncertain School. Inspired by the Bauhaus, this transgenerational school is founded on three educational pillars: Creativity, Criticality, Compassion. It is a space to cultivate resilience, adaptability, ambivalence, and absurdity. Our Open Day will feature a drop-in programme of engaging workshops, activities and tours, open to all ages, instilling values of critical thought and creative expression.
13 November 2019 – 4 January 2020 Return Gallery – Goethe Institut Irland Featuring Harun Farocki, with new work by … More
NCAD is delighted to present Critical Practices: Making, Writing, Curating, Educating, a two day symposium bringing together artists, designer-makers, curators, researchers, … More
Friday October 25th at Medialab Prado, Madrid – 6pm ACW Graduate María del Buey will take part in the 11th … More
Engage Art Studios present the CIRCA Art Magazine Writers’ Choice Graduate Exhibition: Mateja Smic, “Aesthetics of a Split Subject” Engage … More
Return Gallery, Goethe-Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square Dublin 2 Opening 20th September, 2019 6.30 – 9pm Exhibition runs through 31st … More
August 15, Project Arts Centre Performance 5pm//Lecture 6pm curated by ACW alumni Sara Muthi (ROU)// performed by Oran Leong (IRL)// … More
A recap on Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s Earwitness Theatre at the Chisenhale Gallery, London. The show marked the artist first solo … More
Alan Butler has been examining the implications of new media, the internet and the politics of appropriation for over a … More
TYPECAST x David Booth Exhibition Launch & Artist Talk Opening 14 June 2019 at 18:00 – 21:00 Runs until 29 … More