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Showing Visual Arts events from 1st Jun 2012 to 1st Jul 2012

  • Open Submission Print Show This is a free event

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    14th Jun 2012 (Thu) - 5th Jul 2012 (Thu) at 20:00

    Limerick Printmakers Studio and Gallery
    Limerick Printmakers Studio & Gallery are delighted to announce their Annual Open Submission Print Show, selected by Marianne Keating. Artists showing work are Eoin Barry, Esther Breslin, Stephen Brown, Mike Byrne, Alexis Clancy, Meave Coulter, Eva Daly, Jason Deans, Aisling Dolan, Dominic Fee, Donal Gould, Seamus Harty, Austin D H Ivers, Kim Jenkins, Fiona Kelly, David Lilburn, Laura Malony, Susan Mannion, Bernadette McSweeney, Barry Mullins, Dan Murphy, Kelly Nelson, Suzannah O'Reilly and Orlagh Spain. The show will officially open on Thursday 14th of June at 8pm and runs until Thursday 5th of July. More

  • New Images from North Mayo This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends September 15 2012)

    Ballinglen Arts Foundation
    "New Images from North Mayo", Ballinglen's 2012 group exhibition includes new work created during Fellowships in 2011. The different artists work is owned by private collectors, museums and public collections all over the World. This exhibition includes stunning work by artists from Ireland, England, USA, Spain & Italy. Take this rare opportunity to see new work by international artists. Here is a glimpse of some of the artist' showing. More

  • EXXIT This is a free event

    15th Jun 2012 (Fri) - 23rd Jun 2012 (Sat) from 18:00 - 06:00

    CIT Crawford College of Art & Design
    CIT Crawford College of Art and Design presents the 2012 Degree show titled "Exxit" which will open on June 15th at 6pm, continuing daily until June 23rd. Open Monday to Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm. Guided tours at 1 pm daily. Fifty-three students will exhibit in CCAD, Sharman Crawford Street, under the disciplines of both Fine Art and Ceramics. This year's show is of particular importance as it marks the Crawford College's twentieth fine art degree show as well as the building's 100th anniversary as an educational institute. Entry is free and open to all For more details visit www.crawfordexhibitions.com More

  • Paul Gregg: Inductive Probability

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    16th Jun 2012 (Sat) - 29th Jul 2012 (Sun) at 00:00

    Triskel Christchurch
    Inductive Probability is a survey of work by Paul Gregg. His work has occurred fleetingly, and been installed permanently in cities and towns throughout Ireland, Europe and the U.S. This survey cannot retrieve the artist's original installations. Instead, it represents his practice through tests, documentation, and technically unsparing assemblies. For instance, Inductive Probability includes a decommissioned rocket, photographs lit by explosions from magnesium mortar charges, and a model for a glass planet Earth. The exhibition covers twenty years' worth of Paul Gregg's perennially sited machines. More

  • Art Workshop (3-6yrs) with Annette Fox

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    16th Jun 2012 (Sat) from 11:00 - 13:00

    Seven Oaks Hotel
    The essence of an Art Festival is the Visual strand and encouraging children to get involved in appreciation of the visual arts is at the heart of our festival this year. The Jackson Pollacks, Frida Kahlos or Pablo Picassos of the future are encouraged to let their creative juices flow with Art Teacher Annette Fox in the Seven Oaks Hotel with over 2 hours to complete their works in a fun and enlightening master class. Spaces are limited to 20 children per class. More

  • Patricia Gurgel Segrillo Artist Talk This is a free event

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    16th Jun 2012 (Sat) at 12:00

    2020 Art Gallery
    Patricia Gurgel Segrillo will give a talk and answer your questions about her new work '13 Drawings, figurative explorations of cross cultural identity, empowerment & femininity. More

  • Art Workshop (7-9yrs) with Annette Fox

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    16th Jun 2012 (Sat) from 14:00 - 16:00

    Seven Oaks Hotel
    The essence of an Art Festival is the Visual strand and encouraging children to get involved in appreciation of the visual arts is at the heart of our festival this year. The Jackson Pollacks, Frida Kahlos or Pablo Picassos of the future are encouraged to let their creative juices flow with Art Teacher Annette Fox in the Seven Oaks Hotel with over 2 hours to complete their works in a fun and enlightening master class. Spaces are limited to 20 children per class. More

  • Helen O'Leary This is a free event

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    16th Jun 2012 (Sat) - 29th Jul 2012 (Sun)

    Butler Gallery
    The Butler Gallery is delighted to present outawack, an exhibition by the USA based Irish artist, Helen O'Leary. Helen O'Leary is a highly inventive artist who has been exhibiting her work for over twenty years. This is her first exhibition in Ireland since 2006. O'Leary's new work delves into her own history as a painter, with both subject matter and raw material rooted in the ruins and failures of her studio. By taking apart canvases, wooden stretchers, panels and frames she turns the conventions of painting literally inside out. Humorous and enigmatic, these fragments that make a new whole, bare their histories as well-worn objects while at the same time are infused with newfound energy and dynamism. More

  • Experimental Paper Art & Papermaking Workshop

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    17th Jun 2012 (Sun) from 11:00 - 17:00

    National Print Museum
    This workshop is designed for participants with some previous experience in hand papermaking, paper arts and/or silk fibre papermaking. More

  • Burke + Norfolk: Photographs from the War in Afghanistan By John Burke & Simon Norfolk This is a free event

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    18th Jun 2012 (Mon) - 30th Jun 2012 (Sat)

    Crawford Art Gallery
    In 2010, internationally acclaimed photographer Simon Norfolk began a series of photographs in Afghanistan, which takes its cue from the work of Irish photographer John Burke (c. 1843-1900). Burke was the first photographer to make pictures in Afghanistan. Virtually unknown today, Burke was a precursor of the contemporary photo-journalist producing work that went beyond reportage. Conceived as a collaborative project with Burke across time, Norfolk's photographs re-imagine or respond to Burke's Afghan war scenes in the context of the contemporary conflict. More

  • The Museum of Incest This is a free event

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    18th Jun 2012 (Mon) - 30th Jun 2012 (Sat)

    Crawford Art Gallery
    The Crawford Art Gallery is pleased to present, for the first time in Ireland, the British/Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara. In collaboration with Tate St Ives, the exhibition will showcase an ongoing installation, The Museum of Incest. The Museum of Incest is Fujiwara's fictive recreation of the story of mankind's evolution, and the objects are archived and displayed in a museum-like setting. These articles and artifacts mix the personal and the fictitious to create a myth of human origins and explicit sexual archaeology that begins at the first footsteps of man and moves forward to Fujiwara's present family background. More

  • Black & White Square

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    19th Jun 2012 (Tue) - 1st Jul 2012 (Sun) from 10:17 - 12:17

    Signal Arts Centre
    Black & White Square An Exhibition of Photographs by Jan Freiberger From Tuesday 19th June to Sunday 1st July. For this exhibition, Jan will exhibit a number of large format photographs, mainly portraits and human body close-ups. He experiments with face and body-painting, using a contrast of black and white colour, graphic shapes and symbols. Opening Reception: Friday 22nd June 7-9pm More

  • CONSTELLATION This is a free event

    19th Jun 2012 (Tue) - 15th Jul 2012 (Sun) at 12:00

    Wexford Arts Centre
    An Exhibition of work by the Arts Ability Project Artists, County Wexford Community Workshop (New Ross) Ltd. Exhibition runs from 19.06.12 - 15.07.12 More

  • NSF Technical Workshop Programme

    20th Jun 2012 (Wed) from 10:00 - 16:30

    National Sculpture Factory
    Course description: Artists often struggle to photograph their own work or spend scarce money paying someone else to do it for them. But with some basic guidelines and practice, artists are, for the majority of purposes well able to photograph their own paintings, drawings, etc with the digital compact or SLR camera that they already own. For most of the situations in which you present images of your work whether: submitting proposals, portfolios of work for submission to galleries, websites, catalogues, press releases for magazines and newspapers, this workshop will assist you in a methodical step-by-step process to obtain the best possible results with your digital compact camera or digital SLR. More

  • Open Now Belfast Photo Factory Open Submission Exhibition This is a free event

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    20th Jun 2012 (Wed) - 1st Jul 2012 (Sun) from 11:00 - 18:00

    Gallery of Photography
    Gallery of Photography is delighted to host Open Now - an open submission exhibition organised by Belfast Photo Factory, a young photographic collective providing resources and opportunities for emerging photographic artists to develop and continue their practice. More

  • In Conversation: Colm Tóibín and Nicholas Fox Weber

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    21st Jun 2012 (Thu) from 15:00 - 16:30

    Lewis Glucksman Gallery
    In his essay on Josef Albers in The Sacred Modernist catalogue, Colm Tóibín speaks about "the raw signs of how the work was made." In this public conversation with exhibition curator and fellow writer Nicholas Fox Weber, Colm Tóibín will discuss the making, viewing and collecting of art. More

  • Starlight

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    21st Jun 2012 (Thu) - 24th Jun 2012 (Sun)

    The Firkin Crane
    A new performance by leading Irish choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir that surprises its audience with its unexpected tour through the Firkin Crane, Cork's home of dance. More

  • Dr Sketchy at Little Green St Gallery for Pride 2012

    21st Jun 2012 (Thu) - 24th Jun 2012 (Sun)

    Little Green Street Gallery
    Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School, in association with the Little Green Street Gallery, presents a weekend of art, performance, celebration and decadence to rival even the excess of Toulouse Lautrec! Dr. Sketchy's unique combination of life-drawing and cabaret will take up residence in the Little Green Street Gallery over 4 consecutive nights with a series of events celebrating 'Heavenly Creatures' and the glorious human form. More

  • REAL EYES This is a free event

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    22nd Jun 2012 (Fri) from 11:00 - 14:00

    Old Christians GAA pitch
    Southside C.L.A.S.P invites you to join us for this community art project. The 'Real Eyes' sky art project will promote positivity in the Southside communities and bring all together as one for this spectacular community event. More

  • Claire/Obscur by artist Celia Richard This is a free event

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    22nd Jun 2012 (Fri) - 14th Jul 2012 (Sat) at 12:00

    The Solas Art Gallery
    On Fri 22nd June , Claire/Obscur by artist Celia Richard will open at the Solas gallery in Ballinamore. Subtitled " a journey into emotional balance" this might sound an emotionally heavy exhibition, but is in fact a record of one womans journey from trauma to emotional wellbeing told through a series of artworks in different media, the pictures each being an attractive and interesting piece on its own. Many of the pieces and their background stories would hold a relevance for many, just from everyday experiences. More

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