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Call for Participants | etextiles and Wearables for Cyclists Workshop/Performance/Art Project with Cliona Harmey, Dublin

As part of The Citizen Cycle, an arts programme for the Velo City Conference, media artist Cliona Harmey is looking for participants to take part in a series of beginners hands-on art workshops which will culminate in the development of an artwork using wearable electronics for the VeloCity Bike Parade. Participants will get to learn…

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VAN July/August 2015: ‘Circulation & Exchange’ by Cliona Harmey

CLIONA HARMEY OUTLINES HER PROJECT ‘DUBLIN SHIPS’, MADE FOR DUBLIN’S DOCKLANDS. Installed during February this year, Dublin Ships is a temporary public artwork commissioned by Dublin City Council as part of the Dublin City Public Art Programme. The project was a response to an open call for public art under the theme ‘interaction and the city’. Dublin…

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Digital Self Defence – Faraday Pouches, Pockets and Shields | Workshop at the Hugh Lane

During this workshop for adults with Cliona Harmey and Megan Scott, participants will learn about RFID (radio frequency identification). RFID tags are miniature devices which store and transmit data. Participants will explore RFID technology through hands-on experimentation and observation. The workshop is aimed at beginners and enthusiasts. A basic level of computer literacy is all…

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Volunteers Wanted for Velo-city Cycling Parade

Call out for volunteers to join The City Weave arts project for Velo-city Cycling Parade on the 26 June at 3.30pm. Volunteers are invited to join The City Weave led by artist Cliona Harmey to take part in a short choreographed performance using e-textile gloves combined with wearable capes on 26th June. It will touch on ideas…

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VAN Nov/Dec 2017

The Visual Artists’ News Sheet (VAN ) is the primary all-Ireland information resource for visual artists. In the columns for this issue, Nick Miller discusses his role as curator of the RDS Visual Arts Awards 2017, while CEO of Visual Artists Ireland, Noel Kelly, offers insights into artistic censorship in Ireland. The NI column comes…

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See through Art

1993 40pp Perfect Bound B&W Illustrations 19.5 x 24.2 cm This catalogue presents the works by 21 artists selected via open submission for ‘See through Art’ an exhibition of a broad range of ‘complementary disciplines and contemporary practices’ that offer various interpretations of idea of ‘seeing through art’ . The artists featured are: Marie Barrett,…

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port | river | city Seminar, Dublin

Friday 29 September, 10:30 to 18:00 As part of the port | river | city project curated by aemi and Cliona Harmey this full day event features panel discussions, presentations, and a screening of William Raban’s vital 1987 film Thames Film as well as a public interview with the filmmaker. This public seminar event will…

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Dublin Port Announces New Commissioned Artists and Public Works for 2017

Dublin Port Company has today announced the artists commissioned to create a series of site-specific public artworks in response to Dublin Port and its relationship with the City. New works by Sheelagh Broderick, Silvia Loeffler and AEMI and Cliona Harmey will be unveiled at sites and on structures within Dublin Port over the coming months.…

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Selected Articles from the July/August 2015 Issue of the Visual Artists News Sheet

After each issue of the Visual Artists News Sheet is distributed to members we make a selection of the published articles available on our website. In the latest issue Cliona Harmey outlines her project Dublin Ships made for Dublin’s Docklands. David Lilburn interviews Jane Murtagh about her exhibition, A Journey with Metal: Contemporary Work, at Glor, Ennis. Denis…

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VAN July/August 2015

1. Cover Image. Cliona Harmey, Dublin Ships, installed February 2015 North Wall Quay Dublin. Commissioned by Dublin City Council, photo by Ros Kavanagh 5. Column. Chris Clarke. Scratching the Surface. 6. Column. Joanne Laws. Articulating Value. 7. Column. Jonathan Carroll. Who’s Afraid of Performance Art? 8. Column. Tara Byrne. Ageism & Cognitive Dissonance. 10. Regional…

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