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Sampler | Aleana Egan at Void Gallery

29/01/2022 - 26/03/2022 @ - Void is delighted to present Sampler, the first solo exhibition by artist Aleana Egan in Northern Ireland. The exhibition will open on 29 January and runs until 26 March. A preview of the exhibition and an in-conversation between Aleana and the writer and arts educator, Vivian Sky Rehberg will take place on Friday 4 February from [...]

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Building Bridges | Nelius Flynn and Jie Leng Chalmers at Studio 7

29/01/2022 - 06/02/2022 @ - Building Bridges showcases exhibits that foster a greater understanding of Chinese and Irish culture, and the connections between both countries. Both artists are endeavouring to create metaphorical bridges between these two ancient nations through their creativity and subject matter. Nelius has concentrated on Chinese themed coloured drawings for the exhibition, while Jie creates original Irish [...]

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Gathering Atmospheres | Response Series by Niamh Campbell at The Douglas Hyde Gallery

27/01/2022 - 05/02/2022 @ - The Douglas Hyde is very happy to share that writer Niamh Campbell has written a text titled Gathering Atmospheres as a reply to a number of explorative conversations between artists Daphne Wright and Katie Watchorn. Niamh Campbell's text is available to read in full in The Douglas Hyde until Saturday 5 February 2022. An excerpt [...]

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Following a Trail of Breadcrumbs | Caitriona Sweeney at Garter Lane Arts Centre

25/01/2022 - 30/04/2022 @ - Caitriona Sweeney: Following a Trail of Breadcrumbs – Illustrating a Modern Irish Fairytale For this exhibition I have chosen a selection of the original final artwork from my children’s picture book, A Galway Fairytale (published by The O’Brien Press). As well as the final pieces, I’ve included some of the bits and pieces that don’t usually [...]

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Metamorphosis | 7:1 Collective at Ballina Arts Centre

21/01/2022 - 26/02/2022 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm - “a great change in appearance or character” The 7:1 Collective is a group of visual artists who graduated in the same class from the GMIT BA in Contemporary Art Practices in 2018. The collective comprises Aiga Blowick, Maggie Coggins, Lindsay McConnell, Catherine McLoughlin, Val McLoughlin, Sarah McNicholas, Una Morris and Mary Walsh. “Perhaps inevitably this [...]

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Faces of Rathmines: An Artistic Tribute to an Invisible Front Line | David Munro Public Art in Rathmines

17/01/2022 - 07/02/2022 @ - ‘Faces of Rathmines: An Artistic Tribute to an Invisible Front Line', by hyperrealist artist David Munro. His pencil  portraits are of people who work or trade in the local community. Munro set about creating a series of portraits depicting people who he refers to as his ‘invisible front line’. These are the people who he [...]

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Unlegendary Heroes | Geraldine O’Reilly and Mary O’Donnell at Dunamaise Arts Centre

14/01/2022 - 05/03/2022 @ - Unlegendary Heroes  showcases a limited edition box set of silk screen prints and exhibition. The exhibition is a collaboration between visual artist and print maker Geraldine O'Reilly and Poet Mary O'Donnell. O'Reilly selected ten of O'Donnell's poems and created watercolour illustrations which were then developed into silk screen prints. The poems were digitally set by [...]

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Deadline Reminder for NI Arts Organisations | Covid Recovery Programme for Arts Organisations

The Executive and the Minister for Communities, Deirdre Hargey MLA, have provided Covid recovery funding for arts organisations and a range of other not-for-profit organisations. The aim of the Covid Recovery Programme for Arts Organisations is to reduce or remove operating deficits in eligible organisations, which have arisen in the 2021/22 financial year because of…

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Deadline Reminder for NI Arts Organisations | Covid Recovery Programme for Arts Organisations

The Executive and the Minister for Communities, Deirdre Hargey MLA, have provided Covid recovery funding for arts organisations and a range of other not-for-profit organisations. The aim of the Covid Recovery Programme for Arts Organisations is to reduce or remove operating deficits in eligible organisations, which have arisen in the 2021/22 financial year because of…

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