Articles in Events
An exhibition and parallel event series to mark the Black Church Process project.
Thursday, 20th November – Tuesday, 16th December 2014
Image:The Golden Age has yet to come (2012) by Jesse Jones. Silkscreen on mirror/glass.
NCAD Gallery …
27th Nov – 30th Nov
Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Performance at 7:00 pm
Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm
Emma Haugh in conversation with RGKSKSRG.
It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore …
FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE: Information They Don’t Want You To Know
Thursday 20th Nov, 7pm, The Joinery.
A celebration of the trailblazing publication: FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE, 8th Edition. This co-written brochure examines methods for survival and collective …
MA Art in the Contemporary World, Public Research Seminar
Fri 28th November, 2-4pm, Harry Clark Lecture Theatre, NCAD
The critic John Kelsey argues that many of today’s most significant artists take “repetition as their starting point, and …
Participation, Commemoration and Public Space
Friday 14 November 6-8pm, Saturday 15 November 9.30am-6.30pm
The Lecture Room, IMMA
This symposium opens with a public conversation between Jochen Gerz (one of Germany’s leading conceptual artists) and Declan Long (NCAD – …
14-15 November 2014
A free livestreamed colloquium from media@mcgill at McGill University Montreal.
Sound, Vision, Action puts contemporary art and scholarship in sound studies and visual culture in direct dialogue around questions of power and politics. Speakers …
Irish Museum of Modern Art // Friday November 7th 20:00
IMMA’s Rising continues with Primal Rising at the Chapel this Friday night. Created in response to the new exhibition Primal Architecture (featuring work from …
Wednesday 5 November, 2014, at 5pm
In association with MA Art in the Contemporary World, NCAD
A public conversation will take place between artist Dorothy Cross and co-director of MA Art in the Contemporary World, Declan Long, …
Friday 21 November, 09:30-17:30, at the Lecture Theatre, National Gallery of Ireland, Clare Street, Dublin.
Where is Art History Today? is a one-day symposium being held in conjunction with the publication for the Royal Irish Academy …
Art in the Contemporary World alumni Lily Cahill, Rob Murphy, Ruth Clinton, Niamh Moriarty and Matthew Slack will be taking part in upcoming exhibition Amid the Deepening Shades
Deer Park Hotel, Howth
Sunday 19th of October – …
Art in the Contemporary World graduate, Barry Kehoe, curates Spelling Dystopia & Narita Field Trip by Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani opening in MART, Rathmines on Wed October 1st 2014
An exhibition of two video …
IMMA + MA Art in the Contemporary World, NCAD …
19 September 2014
Eva Rothschild and Declan Long in conversation, begins at 5:00pm on Friday the 19th (Culture Night) and is followed by the launch of the exhibition catalogue published by Ridinghouse.
Admission free; early arrival is …
IMMA + MA Art in the Contemporary World, NCAD
Saturday 20 September, 3.00pm – 5.00pm, 2014, Lecture Room, IMMA
Please take note of the time change above for this event
This is a free event, bookingbook here
This seminar …
Screening IFI | Lars von Trier’s Melancholia
Monday 15 September, 8.30pm, 136 Mins, IFI
In conjunction with the current exhibition Isabel Nolan : The weakened eye of day, IMMA invites you to a special screening at …
NCAD Lecturer and contributor to MA Art in the Contemporary World, Emma Mahony, will take part in the Irish Museum of Modern Art Talks and Lectures programme.
IMMA | TALKS + LECTURES
Lecture | Emma Mahony
IMMA Talks, Lectures & Events
In Conversation | Isabel Nolan + Sally O Reilly
Wednesday 27 August 6.00pm, Lecture Room IMMA
Isabel Nolan discusses her artistic approach for the current exhibition …
An evening of spoken word and visual art, speakers include current and past Art in the Contemporary World students Michelle Hall, Blaine O’Donnell,Ruth Clinton & Niamh Moriarty, Lily Cahill & Rob Murphy and Suzanne Walsh. …
Upcoming event at Gorey School of Art, participants include Art in the Contemporary World coordinator Dr. Francis Halsall
Lecture | Stuart Clark
Saturday 7 June, 1.00pm, Lecture Room
Award winning author and astronomer, Dr Stuart Clark tells the story of how single observations by astronomers have transformed our view of the universe and our place …