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MDF Plinths Available for Collection at Project Arts Centre, Dublin 2

The Project Arts Centre have seven MDF exhibition plinths available for re-use after our current exhibition closes.

Each plinth measures 105 cm in height and dimensions of the base are as follows:

34,5 x 26 cm
34 x 30,5 cm
35 x 27 cm
33 x 22 cm
47 x 42 cm
34 x 23 cm
33,5 x 26,5 cm
They can be picked up directly from Project between the 23rd -24th October.

Please email or call for further details / to arrange pick-up
Project Arts Centre, No.39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland.

Contact: Samantha Bok
T: +353 1 881 9613

The Art Market | Galway Arts Centre Seeks Particiapants for its Christmas Art Market

Deadline for application: 31 October 2017
Call for Participants for The Art Market at Galway Arts Centre

The Galway Arts Centre is currently seeking participants for its Christmas Art Market.
The entire Gallery on Lower Dominick Street will be transformed into a bustling market for three weekends running up to Christmas. November 25th + 26th and December 9th + 10th and 16th + 17th. The opening hours will be 10am to 6pm each day.
Pitches are at a rate of 50 euro a day to be paid on acceptance. This is non refundable. Where needed the Gallery will provide tables + chairs.
Interested parties are invited to submit their expression of interest accompanied by the following information to by close of business on Tuesday 31st of October 2017.
1. Product description, including 1-3 images
2. Product price range
3. Link to website or social media page

Space Available at Franciscan Well’s Christmas Markets 2017, Cork

For the second year Irelands No 1 Craft brewery, the Franciscan Well Brewpub will be transforming their beer hall into a Winter Wonderland and will also be giving people the opportunity to sell their crafts in their market every Saturday starting from November the 25th to December 16th.

There will be no charge for spaces but spaces are limited.

Please email Kate on with applications.

Call for Participation | Recent Graduate New Materialism Reading Group

It cannot be ignored that there is an inherent interest in a certain kind of materiality common to many recent graduates in Dublin. Whether it be an interest in objecthood, environmentalism, the natural environment and our relationship to it, the Anthropocene etc; it seems recent graduates have started to have New Materialist tendencies.

‘With the changing of societies on local, national and international scales owing to economic, ecological, political and technological developments and crises, a reorganized academic landscape can be observed to be emerging… New materialist scholars use ‘matter’ as their focal point and searchlight. Zooming in on the matter of ecology, economy, politics, technology and art, these scholars move away from a framework of representation.’ (

There is a common feeling of isolation and a lack of agency in the years after graduating, a reading group is a good way to start a peer to peer supportive dialogue.
What this reading group will intend to do is to tease out some of these New Materialist ideas in a group setting, supporting each individual’s common interests and practices. Through reading certain texts (listed below) it is hoped that a dialogue will emerge between a group of recent graduates dealing with similar tendencies in their own practices.
There is no long-term commitment, only a vague hope that this dialogue could turn into an event, happening or publication of sorts.

If interested please fill out form and read schedule:

Open Call for Participation in the FAXBOX PROJECT

Artist Noel Molloy invites everyone to participate in The FAXBOX PROJECT.

The event ARTS CABARET 15 will take place at JJ Harlow’s Bar, Roscommon from 6.00pm to 10.00pm. on Friday 22nd September 2017.

Noel asks you to create a drawing, collage , write a poem, prose or song, or whatever you wish to put on an A4 sheet of paper, black and white preferable. The work will be printed on the night and posted during the event. Later they will be added to the website

For those who wish to send work and are unable to send it on the night of the event they can do so at any time before the 22nd September 2017 and it will added to the event/ website.

Please write your name and address clearly on the top of the paper so your work can be acknowledged.

As faxes are no longer widely used you can send your A4 work to:

You can view previous ARTS CABARET and FAXBOX PROJECT work on

Invitation to artists to participate in project to fill the Town Hall Square in Edenderry with chairs

As part of a local community project with artist Louise O’Brien called Cultural Collisions, you are invited to get involved in an exciting project to fill the town hall square in Edenderry with chairs.

They are seeking chairs for an outdoor installation – any type of chair that has been made by you, sat on by you – small, medium, large, imaginary, fanciful, etc. We are creating an installation of chairs.

For information on the project and suggestions view –

You are invited to submit/bring your favourite chair, or a chair you have created, or are thinking of making with bits and bobs – an imaginative concoction. Gather in the town square with chairs that are full of memories and stories.

Please submit an image of a chair or make contact by 14 September. Chair owners/artists/makers/creators will be asked to bring their chairs to Edenderry town hall square for the event on Friday 22 September.

Contact details for submissions:

Ann Lawlor
Culture-Night-Offaly on Facebook

Invitation to Participate in Irish Memory Orchestra Research Project

Clare Arts Office in partnership with Dave Flynn’s Irish Memory Orchestra, 3L and NCBI are inviting expressions of interest from musicians with a visual impairment to participate in an exciting research project funded by the Arts Council’s Invitation to Collaboration scheme.

The project aims to explore the potential for musicians and singers who are visually impaired to perform newly composed music by composer Dave Flynn with the renowned Irish Memory Orchestra ( , using 3L online audio platforms and braille sheet music as musical aids.

Selected musicians will be invited to attend a number of workshops and rehearsals in Ennis, Co Clare.

For more information on how to apply please visit, contact or telephone 065 689 9091.

Call for Participant | Winter Craft Fair at the National Print Museum

Application deadline: Friday 8 September

The National Print Museum is currently seeking participants for its Winter Craft Fair.

The mezzanine level of the Museum will transform into a winter wonderland from Friday 1 December until Sunday 3 December. The opening hours will be Friday [16.00-20.00] and Saturday and Sunday [11.00-16.00].

The Museum is searching for crafts people with unique gift ideas. Stalls will be available for hire at a non-refundable fee of €150 (excl. VAT) for the duration of the Fair.

Interested parties are invited to submit their expression of interest accompanied by the following information to

1) Product description, including 1-3 images
2) Product price range
3) Link to website or social media page(s)

Applicants will be notified on the status of their application by Friday 22 September.

Survey for Ormston House Membership Scheme

Participation until 15 September 2017

Have your say! Ormston House is currently reviewing its Membership Scheme.
In order to improve the Scheme, they have compiled a short survey to gather information, feedback and ideas from both previous members and non-members.

Survey information:
The survey consists of 20 questions. It is anonymous and should take no longer than 6 minutes. Take the survey here:

Ormston House thanks you for your time and consideration.

Ormston House
9-10 Patrick Street

Digital Animator and Website Designer

Artist looking for a website designer and also for an animator for a website (, either one or two people.

The website is an attempt to alter the hegemony via finding a small cluster of significantly related colours. Altering the hegemony, needless to say, is a goal bound to fail – but it is fruitful.

The budget for the project is 10k for the Website and Fee.

Email for more information.

August Market Stalls Available in North Coast and Glens Area

Expressions of Interest are sought for the following markets from both artisan food producers and art/craft traders.

If you are interested in booking a slot in the markets below, make contact to express your interest as soon as possible.

T: Shauna on: 07723622008

Friday 28 July
Ballymoney, Castlecroft Square
Trading 11am – 4pm

Saturday 5 August
Marconi Festival
Ballycastle Seafront
Trading from 11am – 5pm

Sunday 6 August
Marconi Festival
Ballycastle Seafront
Trading from 11am – 5pm

Sunday 13 August
Heart of the Glens Festival
Cushendall Boat Club Carpark
Trading from 11am – 4pm

Saturday 19 August
Portstewart Baptist Church Carpark
Trading from 11am – 3pm

Sunday 20 August
Carnlough Fun Day
Carnlough Harbour
Trading frim 12noon – 5pm

Friday 25 August
Ballymoney, Castlecroft Square
Trading from 11am – 4pm

Sun 27 August
Ballycastle Seafront
(Lammas Fair Sunday)
Trading from 10am – 6pm

Mon 28 August
Ballycastle Seafront
‘Old Lammas’ Fair
Trading from 9am – 6pm

Tue 29 August
Ballycastle Seafront
‘Old Lammas’ Fair
Trading from 10am – 6pm

Wanted | Second hand pottery equipment for a new ceramic department

Carrigaline School of Art is seeking second hand pottery equipment for a new Ceramic department.

All second hand working pottery equipment wanted, espically wheels, manual and electric, kilns, banding wheels, tools etc.

Based in Cork, however can arrange collection.

Please contact Mary Murphy, Carrigaline School of Art

T: 086 3220336


ALL CHOIR | Call for Members

ALL CHOIR is predominantly a singing group, formed by artist and musician Mark Buckeridge, with a goal and ambition to use the commonality of music as a starting point for discussions, social gatherings, and occasional live performances. ALL CHOIR is inclusive of class, ethnicity or musical knowledge and is open to singers of all levels of abilities to join.

If you would like to join ALL CHOIR, or if you have any queries, please email

ALL CHOIR takes place at the Circe Pavilion in Liberty Park as part of the Treeline Project, an arts initiative by Mary Cremin and Oonagh Young, one of the seven successful projects of the Arts Council Open Call 2016 for its new 10-year strategy: Making Great Art Work.

Saturday 22 + 29 July 3 – 5pm
Saturday 5 August 11am – 2pm
The Circe Pavilion, Liberty Park, Foley St., Dublin 1

Saturday 5 August 3pm
The Circe Pavilion, Liberty Park, Foley St., Dublin 1

For Sale | Ceramic Glazes and Bisque Stains, Connacht

Various Ceramic glazes and bisque stains for sale. Connaught area. Any reasonable offer accepted.
Please contact Monica for more information. Phone: 089-4391883

Opaque Acrylics, some textured, water-based, non-fired, 2 FL. Oz. / 60 ML
16 different colours, 42 jars total.
Opaque Glaze, fired-colour, 4Fl. Oz. / 118 ML
Almond (12x), Teal Blue (12x), Peanut Brittle (4x), Black Cherry (16x), Cadet Blue (12x)

Quadra-Tones Underglaze, fired, 2Fl. Oz. / 60 ML
Three different colours, 3 jars

Glaze, fired, 4Fl.Oz. / 118 ML
White Stone (Stoneware), semi opaque, non-toxic, 23 jars

Acrylic ceramic stain, 2 Fl.Oz./60 ML
Bright Blue (24x), Leaf Green (24x), Sky Blue (24x)

Opaque bisque stains, non-fire, water-based, non-toxic, 2Fl.Oz/60ML
8 colours/jars

Paste antiquing, translucent, non-fired, Petroleum based, 1Fl.Oz./30ML
Deep Blue (12x), Shimmering Berry (12x), Black Cherry (12x), Yellow (12x)

Oil-based translucents, 2Fl.Oz./60ML
Red Brown (9x), Black Brown (3x), Diner Aqua (12x)

Space Available at Art and Craft Mini Market, Dublin 1

In-spire Galerie will soon host their next Art and Craft Mini Market. It will feature a selection of shabby chic furniture, paintings, prints, unique jewellery, second hand clothes, home accessories and much much more.

The market will take place on Saturday 15 July 11am-8pm (wine reception 6pm) and Sunday 16 July 11am-8pm.

If you are an artist / craft maker and you woud like to display your products in our gallery please contact
Please send some images of your work and short info about you. All artists will be charged €30 participation fee. There will be no commission charged on products sold.

In-spire Gallerie, 56 Gardiner Street Lower, Dublin
T: 085 277 9024

Abstract Paintings for Rent by Rachel McBride

Abstract artwork available for a rental for commercial, business or display purposes. Instead of buying a statement artwork, why not hire a piece for a week, a month or event duration?

A range of work available to meet every need, whether you need to create a focal point or create an instant talking point without the price tag for original artwork.

Artworks available from a new collection, or private commissions created within a competitive timescale and to meet any budget.

View previous collections at or

Email for consultations or more information.