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Possible Life Drawing Sessions at Loughrea School of Art, Co. Galway

Loghrea School of Art plan on running regular life drawing sessions every fortnight, open to all abilities. There will be a teacher on hand at each session to help the less experienced. We will be using the services of male and female models. Each session will be approximately 2 hours in length and the cost is €15 per session. We’ll provide the model, tea, coffee and biscuits but you must bring your own materials.

We need to gauge the level of interest in these sessions so if you are interested in taking part please let us know by following the link to our website or by phoning us on 091 841886.

If we have sufficient numbers we will schedule the first session for Tuesday 11th April 2017 and every fortnight thereafter.

www.riverart.ie/life-drawing-sessions


ALL CHOIR | Call Out for Members, Dublin

ALL CHOIR is predominantly a singing group, 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 for singers of all levels of abilities to join. The group was first formed by artist and musician, Mark Buckeridge, in May of 2016 and has performed in Catalyst Arts (Belfast) and VISUAL (Carlow). Mark is now looking to put together a new group in Dublin.

There will be two meetings/rehearsals at The Lantern Centre (15 Synge Street) on Tuesday 11 and Tuesday 18 April from 7-9pm, culminating with a performance in the Atrium of Temple Bar Gallery + Studios on Saturday 22 April at 8pm.

If you would like to join ALL CHOIR, or if you have any queries, please email allchoirgroup@gmail.com
www.templebargallery.com/events/event/studio-6-open-all-choir


Open Programme | Join PhotoIreland Festival Programme 2017 (Contribution Fee)

Deadline: 10 April, midnight

The Open Programme offers artists, photographers, curators and organisations the chance to put forward your scheduled events and join the festival programme. PhotoIreland welcome submissions of events relating to Photography and contemporary image culture, from national and international individuals and organisations, looking to develop their own events in Ireland during the month of May. The events could be exhibitions, installations, performances, films, shorts, videos, talks or workshops.

All participants will be featured in the festival catalogue and website, and will receive festival catalogues to distribute during the event.

There is a contribution fee of €125 towards the marketing materials, payable by bank transfer or Paypal. Please, note: you must have secured a venue for your event or exhibition before you submi

PhotoIreland will not assign venues though the Open Programme and encourage you to look at the maps in the previous editions of the festival and consider getting in contact with the venues listed in previous Open Programmes.

To submit, first email a brief description of your proposed event or exhibition and the venue where the event will be held to pif.submissions@gmail.com with OPEN PROGRAMME as the subject. You can include as many links and low resolution images you need to support your proposal. Once your proposal is accepted, you will be required to fill in the OPEN 17 Submission Form to complete the process and to collect all the necessary details.

Should you have any further questions, please contact pif.submissions@gmail.com


Registration of events for Bealtaine Festival 2017 now open

Registration for the Bealtaine Festival 2017 is now open and online at the link below. By registering online your organisation will be listed in the Bealtaine print brochure if you register before 24th February 2017.

Registration for online listings on the new web site remains open until 31st March 2017. After the 31st March 2017 we cannot guarantee that your event will be listed on the web site.

Bealtaine festival is Ireland’s national celebration of creativity as we age. During May, all over the country Bealtaine events are running in arts centres, theatres, libraries, galleries, community centres, local halls, care setting, cultural spaces and even out in the open air.

Register event here: www.bealtaine.com/eventregistration/


Request for Participation in Project on Artists Spaces

Francesca Castellano is seeking participation from artists with a short statement on the need for artist’s spaces for a project called Breathing Presence.

Francesca Castellano is a Degree Student at Crawford College in Cork City. She is developing a Performance, “Breathing Presence” to express her concerns about the living conditions of artists in Ireland and abroad.

She will collect her breath, filling plastic tubing outside vacant and derelict spaces in Cork City. The tubes will be used in an installation to resemble human figures, leaving Ireland on an imaginary plane. Each figure will hold one of the statements, clearly visible.

Francesca is asking for participation from artists of all disciplines. Please share and send the statement in an email to redcesca@gmail.com
For further info please contact Francesca at 0862602493
www.facebook.com/events/56782


For Sale | ERCO Spotlights and Track

ERCO spotlights and track for sale that would suit exhibition use. They have previously been used in a pavilion for a touring exhibition. makingirelandmodern.ie/exhibition/

ERCO Jilly Spotlights with transadapter for lowvoltage halogen lamps. 50 no. lights (colour silver). Various bulbs also included.
ERCO lighting track – 37m of track (18 x 2m lengths, 1 x 1m)

For further details contact Tara Kennedy, John McLaughlin Architects, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin.
E: tara@johnmclaughlin.ie T: 01 2845175


Catherine McLaughlin seeking participation from people based in Belfast

Catherine McLaughlin is a visual artist working and living in Belfast based in QSS Artists Studios. She is hoping to get some stories from others who live in Belfast too.

Catherine’s current work revolves around peoples experience of living in Belfast and how it has changed them, given them memories and shaped them.

She is asking for participation in a short questionnaire that asks a few questions about memories you have of Belfast. She will then incorporate these experiences into a new series of work.

Please share some of your time if you have it.

goo.gl/forms/4q5H17O19kPUItBm2


Request for Handwritten Letters | Miriam Mc Connon

Request for old or new handwritten letters for a public installation called the House of Letters by artist Miriam Mc Connon.

The installation will be exhibited in the Almyra Hotel Paphos, Cyprus in April 2017 and aims to travel to Ireland in 2017/2018
The ‘Ηouse of letters’ is an indoor installation that deals with the concept of immigration and displacement. The artist will create a classic house structure (measuring 3x3x3metres) using thousands of letters that she has collected from immigrants in countries all around the world. The installation allows us to contemplate the life of the immigrant. In recent times immigration has had such devastating consequences for many. In an attempt to counteract this, Miriam aims to express a sense of unification as opposed to separation as she brings thousands of immigrants stories together under one roof.

Please post letters Miriam Mc Connon, 6a prevezis st, Paphos 8028, Cyprus.
For further info contact 99554829, miriammcconnonart@gmail.com
miriammcconnonart.com


Christmas Craft Fair at Signal Arts Centre, Co. Wicklow

signal-christmas-poster-vaiSignal Arts Centre, 1 Albert Ave, Bray, Co. Wicklow

The Signal Arts Centre’s Christmas Craft Fair is starting on December 5th and ending on December 24th. There will be a huge range of hand-made and unique gifts on sale so do drop in and have a browse.
We are open 7 days a week from 10am – 5pm.

 

 

 

Contact Claire on T: 01-2762039 or E: info@signalartscentre.ie for more information
signalartscentre.ie


Franciscan Well Arts and Crafts Christmas Market, Cork

facebook-profile-picSaturdays and Sundays, 26 November to 19 December, 1 to 6pm

For the first year we will be holding Arts & Crafts Christmas Market in our beer garden to help support local artists. We have a great selection of local artists lined up to sell their work along with the chance to buy our Christmas Franciscan Well hampers. This will be a great place for people to buy unusual handmade gifts for Christmas
Our renowned beer garden will also be transformed into a winter wonderland, Pompeii will be serving their usual amazing wood fired pizzas and we will offer hot cider, whiskey and port, coffees and teas at the bar.

www.franciscanwellbrewery.com/en/check?returnUrl=/en/index


Creativity Classes Available with Kathryn Crowley

Anois Art2Creativity classes for artists, writers and anyone needing to simply engage with creativity.
Enjoy, process work, unblock, destress, relax. Artist, writer and tutor Kathryn Crowley is teaching in Limerick, Galway and other areas by request.

Half day or full day workshops combining meditation with creativity are available. 22 years’ experience.

 

 

Contact Kathryn Crowley at anoisart@gmaill.com or 085 1141004


Glucksman Craft and Design Fair 2016, Cork

screen-shot-2016-10-12-at-17-44-1611 to 13 November
Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork

Glucksman Craft + Design Fair 2016

For three days in mid November, the Glucksman’s award winning gallery spaces will be brimming with beautiful gifts and a seasonal occasion to acquire distinctive items to suit all ages and budgets.

The opportunity to purchase crafts directly from the makers is an experience not to be missed, featuring over fifty leading and emerging craftspeople selling their stunning designs in jewellery, ceramics, woodturning, lighting, textiles & new technologies.

Throughout the Craft & Design Fair weekend, the creative team at the Glucksman will run art workshops in the River Room enabling parents to shop and children to have fun making their own craft masterpieces.
5 – 12 year olds. Hour long workshops €8 per child. All materials provided.

glucksman.org/craftfair.html


Applications Open for Christmas Craft Market at Loughrea School of Art, Co. Galway

loughrea-school-of-artFrom Thursday 8th December to Sunday 11th December Loughrea School of Art will host our first Arts and Crafts Christmas Market in the magnificent old Georgian Building on Main Street, in the heart of Loughrea, that is home to our studios.
Loughrea School of Art will promote the event through our social media, our website and other local and county advertising.

Table space is at a premium.
A 6×2” table in our first floor studio – €140 for the four days
A 6×2” table in our second floor studios – €120 for the four days
Times: 10am to 7pm daily

 

If your application is successful you will be directed to a payment page but please note that bookings will only become effective when Loughrea School of Art receives your booking form and payment.

For more info and to apply please visit: www.riverart.ie/christmas-craft-market