Articles in Conferences/Lectures/Talks
Artists Talk ‘Asiatopia’
Saturday 14th December 2013, 1pm-‐3pm
Golden Thread Gallery
Artists who took part are Tonya McMullan, Caroline Pugh, Brian Connolly, Sinéad O’Donnell and Dominic Thorpe.
The artists will present their art work and discuss their experiences of ’Asiatopia’
From the 17 of October to 10 of November 2013, ‘Asiatopia’ South East Asia’s largest performance art festival in Thailand, hosted work in three locations Nan, Bangkok and Chang Rai.
The event …
Thursday 2nd January | 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Cost £3 (Friends of the Gallery Members £2.50)
F.E. McWilliam Gallery, Newry Rd, Banbridge, Down BT32 3NB
Paul Croft TMP qualified as a Master Printer at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque in 1996 and now teaches printmaking at the School of Art in Aberystwyth. He has written and published two books on Stone Lithography (2001) and Plate Lithography (2003).
As a printmaker much …
12th December at 6pm
Lecture Room, IMMA
In this talk Dave Beech (London-based artist, writer and Senior Lecturer, Chelsea College of Art,) discusses the rise of beauty as a key element in the completion of the bourgeois revolution and the politics of its revival in art during the neoliberal epoch. Beech discusses the emergence of the modern conception of beauty and the cultural politics of this recent …
Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art
Limerick | Marrakech | Dublin
Supported by: Anna Lindh Foundation
eva International is pleased to launch Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art, a series of international public symposia leading towards eva International – Ireland’s Biennial in 2014. The first in this series of symposia is curated by Omar Berrada, a writer and translator who …
5th December | 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Lecture Room, IMMA
In association with the forthcoming exhibition, Pictiúr: Exhibition of Children’s Illustrations, a panel discussion explores the place of illustration within contemporary art with artists and illustrators. Speakers include Felicity Clear (artist), P.J. Lynch (illustrator) and Chairperson, Brian Fay ( artists and Lecturer, DIT).
14th December | 10am – 7pm
“Documenting, Rewriting, Forgetting, Excavating: Doing History Justice”
Curated by Omar Berrada
Speakers: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Filipa César, Carles Guerra, Leila Kilani, Declan Long, Oliver Rees
Mary Immaculate College, UL, Limerick (Lecture Theatre 1, Tara Building)
eva International is pleased to launch “Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art”, a series of international public symposia leading towards eva International – Ireland’s Biennial …
6th December | 4pm – 6pm
Harry Clarke Theatre, NCAD, Dublin 8
Organised by D.U.S.T.
In the past decade the relationship between art and philosophy has undergone significant changes. In particular, the nebulous strand of philosophy known as speculative realism started to appear more and more on the radar of working artists, curators, and theorists. However, as with all new developments we have started to witness recent attempts …
Screening: LAG Cinema presents Carla Burns
Saturday 30 November, 8-9pm
LAG Cinema returns on Saturday 30 November to screen a selection of works by Carla Burns. Having screened a programme of films from the history of experimental cinema over the last few months, LAG Cinema is now looking to the other side of its manifesto & its aims to promote homegrown talent. This event is the …
Saturday 30th November
The Lecture Room, IMMA
Lecture: Designer, Author and Professor, Alex Milton (Head of the Faculty of Design, NCAD) will examine how Gray’s emotive applications of technology, functionality, tactility and mass producible cultures of industrial design, has had a lasting influence on our appreciation of modernist aesthetics in today’s interior design and furniture.
Discussion: This discussion explores the interfaces between art, graphics, design and architecture …
Thursday 28 November, 7.00pm – 8.00pm, the Galleries, IMMA
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8
In the galleries Sarah Browne (artist) discusses her ongoing archive memorial project titled From Margin to Margin (Looking for Eileen), the impetus for Browne’s intervention in One foot in the Real World exhibition. Browne’s projects consists of a series of correspondences that include letters from the …