Across all industries, an agreed axiom is that sending any type of correspondence or making any form of contact that hasn’t been researched properly is prone to failure and dissatisfaction. A higher rate of success is achieved if time is taken to do some research and match up what you are offering with those who actually need it.
22 March, 1pm to 3pm OBSERVE: A guided tour and explanation of our Laboratory of textile works in the exhibition SKIN/NAHK/ODA, consisting of textile slides, petri dishes, and specimens, by some of our exhibiting student artists. RESEARCH: Collaborative writing/drawing exercise to examine your plant/animal, and find key ideas for testing. TEST: Create several textile petri […]
Closing date for receipt of applications: Monday 21 November, 4pm The National Gallery of Ireland is Ireland’s major national cultural institution devoted to the collection and care of fine art. The Gallery houses the most representative collection of historic Irish art. The national collection and archives are important resources for access by anyone with an […]
Deadline for applications: 14 November The Library of Trinity College Dublin has the largest Library collection in Ireland, with over six million printed volumes, extensive collections of journals, more than half a million maps and very large collections of manuscripts reflecting over four hundred years of academic development. More recently, it has established a collection […]
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