Mná na nEalaín, supported by Limerick Printmakers and the Wom@rts Project, are delighted to launch Speictream – the inaugural first online exhibition by a selection of the groups members.
Mná na Ealaín is a new network of Irish female professional artists and creatives established following the Creative Europe funded Wom@rts Project, run during 2020 by Limerick Printmakers and Limerick Institute of Technology (LSAD). Participating artists from a range of creative backgrounds have come together to form this network as a means of continuing to foster positive peer relationsips established during the Wom@rts Project training.
This exhibition Speictream is a pivotal first inaugural step towards the active collective exhibition ambitions held by the group. It proudly features the works of the following artists: Angelina Foster, Carol Kennedy, Dawn Perrott, Emily Robards, Lara Grufferty, Nicola Long, Rennie Buenting, and Sineád Williams.
The title Speictream comes from the Irish for ‘spectrum’, an unlimited set of values that can vary, without steps, across a continuum – much like the changed, adapted or continued processes of all artists shown during recent difficult times. It is hoped that this title encompasses the broad range of art works and personal artistic perspectives shown in this first online exhibition.
Throughout it’s 3 month online run, this exhibition webpage hopes to share work by members, video interviews with each artist, and information about their future plans. Mná na nEalaín, and the Wom@rts Project.
Check out the online Gallery of Works, information about each artist, video interviews and more by visiting www.speictreamexhibition.com. This online exhibition will run until November 5th 2021.