Visual Artists’ News Sheet
3. Roundup. Recent exhibitions and projects of note.
3. Column. Eamonn Maxwell. Rural and International Contexts.
4. Column. Adam Stoneman. Art Shock.
5. Column. Alison Pilkington. How Do We Know Non-Knowledge?
8. News. The latest developments in the arts sector.
10. Regional Profile. Visual Arts Resources and Activity in Co. Clare.
12. Artists Books. Recently published monographs and artists’ books.
13. Conference Report. Culture Clash? Not Really Saoirse Higgins reports on ‘Transforming Organisations with the Arts’, Brussels (9 – 10 Dec 2009) – a seminar focusing on art and business collaborations.
14. Resources. Tweets, Blogs & Art. Damien McGlynn surveys the recent upsurge of on-line forums and discussion sites addressing Irish contemporary art.
15. Residency Profile. Responding To Dublin Australian artists Pat Foster & Jen Berean discuss the outcome of participation in a residency exchange between Pallas Contemporary Projects; Fire Station & Gertrude Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne.
16. Seminar Report. Live Reflection. Áine Phillips offers an overview of her seminar project ‘Performing Curation’ held in collaboration the Live Art Development Agency, London (November 2009).
17. Project Profile. Trails, Paths, Mapping. Fiona FulLam profiles ArtTrail 2009, Cork (12 – 22 November).
18. How is it Made? Closing the Loop. Edel Horan talks to Amanda Coogan about ‘Accumulator’ a performance based exhibition curated by the artist at Visual, Carlow (24 Sept 2009 – 16 Jan 2010)
19. Gallery Profile. PCP. Seán O Sullivan profiles Pallas Contemporary Projects.
22. How is it Made? Apparent Meaningfulness Isobel Nolan discusses the role of intuition in her studio practice.
23. Opportunities. All the lastest grants, awards, exhibition calls and commissions.
28. Problems. The Problem Page. Our consierge / curator of agony responds to artworld dilemas
28. Laughism. Laughism. Cartoons by Borislav Byrne.
29. Professional. NI Charities Regulation. Alex Davis reports on the launch of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland and some of the practical implications for arts organisations.
30. Studio Profile. Constitutional Creativity. James Hepburn profiles ADHOC Collective, Belfast.
31. Art in Public: Roundup. Recent public art commissions, site-specific works, socially engaged practice and other forms of art outside the gallery.
32. Proffessional. Garda Vetting & The Arts Arthur Duignan, Create’s Authorised Signatory, explains the procedures involved in vetting for artists working with young people and children.