Daily Archives: January 24, 2018

Symbiotic, Mutual and Parasitic Plant Systems | Talk at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

27 January 2018 at 12pm

Join Charlotte Salter Townshend, Guide at the National Botanic Gardens, for an insightful discussion of various systems that exist within plant life from symbiotic to parasitic.

The talk will take in the plants displayed in Otobong Nkanga’s current exhibition The Breath From Fertile Grounds, which includes lichens, moss, and bog plants. The exhibition uses the different relationships between plants and between plants and non-living material, such as bricks and rocks, to represent different social and political structures, considering what it means to be non-native, to become mutual or to be parasitic, or to show resilience against all odds. Elucidating on this theme, Charlotte will discuss the plant relationships illustrated in the exhibition as well as some other similar examples.

FREE admission, all welcome. Book here.

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
5 – 9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2
T: 01 671 0073
E: info@templebargallery.com
W: templebargallery.com

Human | James McCloskey at CIT Crawford College of Art and Design

1 to 16 February 2018

James McClockey’s work addresses difficult societal issues, including marginalisation, homelessness, and exploitation, through the medium of paint.

He is a 2017 graduate of CIT CCAD, and was awarded this exhibition Prize by the Registrar (then, and now President of CIT ) Dr. Barry O’Connor, at the CIT Crawford College of Art & Design Applied Art & Fine Art Degree Show 2017, Beyond Dialogue.

CIT Crawford College of Art and Design
The Lough, Cork
T: (021) 433 5200
E: artsoffice@cit.ie
W: arts.cit.ie

Job Vacancy | Programme Manager at The Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Closing Date: Sunday 28 January, midnight

The Courtauld Institute of Art is the UK’s leading institution for teaching and research into the History of Art and the conservation of paintings, and is also home to one of the finest small art museums in the world.

The Courtauld seeks to appoint a talented and dynamic full-time Programme Manager (fixed-term for 2 years) to support our Courtauld Connects project, a major transformation project at Grade 1 listed Somerset House supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The post holder will support the wider Courtauld Connects programme, advising the Project Director on the relationships and dependencies between work streams, including capital build, gallery design and interpretation, activity and public programme, business planning and engagement. The post holder will also take a leading role in gallery and interpretation design and fit-out and planning and delivering both the temporary and permanent relocation of objects and people during the Courtauld Connects project.

To apply, please send a CV and personal statement (no more than 2 pages A4) setting out suitability for the position according to the Job Description categories to: CourtauldConnects@courtauld.ac.uk

The Courtauld Institute of Art promotes equal opportunities.

For more information and application details: jobs.courtauld.ac.uk/Vacancy