Articles tagged with: ACW
ACW work with the RHA for Learning and Public Engagement, Futures Series 3, Episode 2 with Dublin Youth Dance Company
Working closely with the RHA, Katy Fitzpatrick and Róisín Bohan for the Public Engagement and Learning …
Why do artists write? And do they approach the task of writing differently?
The Art in the Contemporary World MA/ MFA programme at NCAD and Paper Visual Art are hosting an evening of readings at …
A New Occult and Encounters with the Invisible Man
A review of Furtive Tears, 4 October 2018 – 6 January 2019 by Niamh McCann at The Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin, 2018.
Occultation; n. (Astronomy); The passage of …
Photo Credit: Louis Haugh
Make Haste, Slowly
Return Gallery Goethe-Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
A collectively curated, scripted, performed, and presented exercise in radical pedagogies by the MA Art in the Contemporary World: Jack Cole, Dominique …
ACW in conversation under Liam Gillick’s Discussion Island at the Return Gallery. Photo by: Louis Haugh
Goethe Institut Irland
37 Merrion Square
On the occasion of Liam Gillick’s exhibition A Depicted Horse is not …
Memento Aldi, Danny Kelly at deAppendix, 30 Ardagh Grove, Blackrock.
Contemporary Printmaking from Ireland
November 1 – November 25, 2018
In a cooperation with Leinster Printmaking Studio
38 artists with 63 large size works
“The exhibition will be opened by H.E. Michael Forbes, Ambassador of Ireland to Bulgaria, at …
Island Life – Westport
25TH October – 25th November 2018
Custom House Studios & Gallery
A conversation with some of the artists will be held on Thursday the 25th October at 5.30pm.
Sonia Shiel, Nevan Lahart, Sinéad …
Baby Sharing. 96 x 80 x 2.5 cm. Oil on Canvas. 2018
What has already been said about painting is still not enough, the number of canvases marked has not scratched the surface of possibility. …
A new short film by Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward will have its world premiere
next month at the prestigious IDFA (International Documentary Festival Amsterdam).
Memory Room (2018, 17 mins, Arts Council) was shot in the Arctic …
September 27, 2018
56 Gardiner Street Lower – Dublin 1
Siuan Ni Dhochartaigh curates the artwork made by her mother, Deirdre Ni Argain, during and after pregnancy. Their mother-daughter collaboration is shown in and around ‘The …
The Hugh Lane’s current exhibition Just be yourself! by Scottish artist Rachel Maclean will end on Sunday 16 September.
This exhibition presents the first solo exhibition in Ireland of Scottish artist Rachel Maclean, who creates …
HEAVY WEATHER’s origin is a reading group convened in September 2017 by artist Emma McKeagney and including ACW Alumni Ciara McMahon and Danny Kelly, to consider New Materialism in its implications for art practices. Generous …
BAUHAUS EFFECTS: A conference in Dublin, organised by the National College of Art and Design, University College Cork, University College Dublin and the Goethe Institut Dublin
7-9 February 2019
More details: https://bauhauseffects.com
Keynote speakers include:
Prof. Heike Hanada, the …
June 29 – June 30
Jun 29 at 4:30 PM to Jun 30 at 7 PM
Platform Arts Belfast
1 Queen Street, BT1 6 Belfast
Platform invites you to join us for an afternoon of discussion with the artists’ …
A novella written collectively by Nathan Cahill, Jack Cole, Padraig Cunningham, Dorothy Hunter, Valerie Joyce, Ronny Koren, Stephen Lau, Roisin McVeigh, Sara Muthi, Sadbh O’Brien, and Hannah Tiernan is now available for purchase at The …
The Inexquisite Corpse
31st May // 6pm
Marrowbone Lane Dublin 8
The launch of the publication will be at Eblana House, Marrowbone Lane, Dublin 8, May 31st at 6.00pm.
The publication is collectively authored by …
CCA is pleased to invite you to the opening of The Landis Museum.
Bianca Baldi, Irina Gheorghe, Helena Hamilton, Dorothy Hunter (ACW student), Alex Impey, Kapwani Kiwanga, Nina Liebenberg, Phillip McCrilly, Sarah Pierce (ACW coordinator), Katrina …
Studio 16 | Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
Opening on Wednesday 23 May, 6-8pm
Continuing to Wednesday 30 May
11 – 6pm | Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Sunday and Monday by arrangement
Salon Of Good Time is an …
Thursday 10th May, 6.00pm, National Gallery of Ireland.
This event discusses Colour is Life through the lens of the politics of art in the public sphere. Drawing from key theorists discussed during the MA seminar, …