Observations in Print | Group Show at MTU Gallery

 

Observations in Print | Group Show at MTU Gallery Date/Time
Date(s) - 16/12/2021 - 13/02/2022
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade

Website
https://corkprintmakers.ie/About

Email
enquiries@orkprintmakers.ie

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Observations in Print 

Íde Ní Shúileabháin, Ailbhe Barrett, Bríd Hefferrnan, John Keating and  Rosaleen Moore

Curated by Mairead O’ Callaghan

MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade

16 December  2021 – 13 February 2022

 

Observations in Print is an exhibition of fine art prints by artists Íde Ní Shúileabháin, Ailbhe Barrett, Bríd Hefferrnan,  John Keating and Rosaleen Moore produced during their ongoing supported studio workshops at Cork Printmakers in 2020 & 2021.

 

The exhibition explores the artists individual styles and practices and observations from still life, portraits, landscapes and the built environment, translating them through various screenprinting processes into both two and three dimensional works.

 

In 2019 Cork Printmakers launched the supported printmaking course for artists with diverse needs led by Mairead O’Callaghan, an art facilitator at Crawford Supported Studios and one of the founding members/technicians of Cork Printmakers, and Peter McMorris, Artist and Cork Printmakers’ Studio Manager.

 

Established in 1991, Cork Printmakers is a professional print studio, gallery and resource organisation providing artists with facilities and equipment to create artwork through the medium of print. Located at Wandesford Quay in the heart of Cork City it supports and promotes the creation and development of new work through our studios, exhibitions, events, and education programme, promoting the highest standards of practice in printmaking.

 

The MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade, is a gallery based in MTU Crawford College of Art & Design’s buildings. With current restrictions the gallery runs window exhibitions. The gallery recognises the importance of creative expression within all disciplines, and engage a visual conversation with its audiences/ be they staff, students alumni or the general public. The main aim for this gallery is to foster learning and education through and in visual arts, that can grow visual arts appreciation in all areas of life.

 

This project is funded through the 2020 Cork City Council Art in Context Award.

For more information about the artists and to purchase artwork please visit corkprintmakers.ie or contact enquiries@corkprintmakers.ie

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