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Deadline for submissions: 11 November, 5pm. 126 Artist-Run Gallery is delighted to launch an open call for exhibitions for our 2019 program. 2019 will see the continuation of their current research project “Unset in Stone”, which commenced with “The Materialists” by Sophie Gough and Dara O’Shea. The theme was conceived in light of recent activities…Continue
Thursday 3 August at 2.30pm. Sophie Gough, summer artist in residence at Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre will be leading a panel discussion as part of Skibbereen Arts Festival. This event aims to explore themes and ideas associated with notions of site-specificity, addressing contemporary artistic, curatorial and experiential practices across various art and design mediums.…Continue
Thursday 3 August at 2.30pm Panel Discussion with Artist in Residence Sophie Gough, summer artist in residence at Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre will be hosting a panel discussion as part of Skibbereen Arts Festival. This event aims to explore themes and ideas associated with notions of site-specificity, addressing contemporary artistic, curatorial and experiential practices…Continue
The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize is celebrating its 25th annual exhibition in 2020. In this anniversary year, they have announced two changes to the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize as follows: The exhibition and awards will be open to applications by emerging, mid-career and established artists and makers from the UK, and internationally; and…Continue
Unset in Stone was the culture programme devised by previous board member and Chair of 126, Stephan Roche. Stephan sadly passed away in 2018 but his programme continued on, culminating in the Unset in Stone publication and this symposium. The theme was conceived in light of contemporary activities surrounding the destruction, removal or vilification of…Continue
Saturday 28 April, 2pm Find out more about the artists and works in Solstice Arts Centre’s new exhibition, ‘Industry’, during an informal walk-through of the show with curator in residence Sabina Mac Mahon. The exhibition examines how the work that many people living and working in Meath have found themselves employed with over the past…Continue