Check back soon for more information re: Sue Dolan & Éanna Heavy exhibition at the Cork Film Centre in May 2019. Date TBC.
Sue will be speaking at the National Sculpture Factory Artists in Residence program at the Crane Lane Theatre on Wednesday 13th February 2019 from 6pm.
An extended edition of Sue’s 2018 work, ‘a mala nada na lama’ will be hosted as a solo exhibition at the Lavit Gallery, Cork from 7th February - 23rd February 2019, admission free, all welcome and will be opened by guest speaker Valerie Byrne, director at the National Sculpture Factory where Sue is currently artist in residence. For updates and the story behind the making of ‘a mala nada na lama’ please see Sue’s Instagram at:
The RDS Visual Art Awards provides a platform for graduating artists as they transition from student into early professional career. It does this by curating an exhibition of some Ireland's best visual art graduates each October and offering a prize fund of €30,000. Irish performance artist Amanda Coogan, will curate the 2018 exhibition, which will run from October 23-29 in the RDS Concert Hall, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.
An exhibition of works by selected graduates from CIT CCAD Fine Art 2018
Opening Reception Wednesday 19th September 6-8pm - all welcome to attend. Look forward to seeing you all there.
CIT “Arts Fest” Student Engagement Exhibition, with selected graduate artists from CIT Crawford College of Art & Design Fine Art 2018. Presented by CIT Arts Office and Good Start, supported by AnSEO - CIT Student Engagement Office.
This is the first exhibition at the James Barry Exhibition Centre for the 2018/19 academic year. It aims to engage both new and returning students and staff with thoughts and ideas about conceptual and physical sense of place, through the lens of visual art.
Department of Fine Art & Applied Art Degree Show
Opening Reception: 6pm Friday 1st June 2018
All are welcome / Admission is free.
Opening Times: 11am-6pm daily from 2nd – 9th June (closed b/h Monday 4th June)
CIT Crawford College’s Department of Fine Art & Applied Art present their 2018 degree show SEE·SAW which opens from 6pm Friday 1st June and runs until Saturday 9th June 2018 at The Crawford College of Art & Design, Sharman Crawford Street, Cork city. SEE·SAW will be opened by Mary
Cremin, Curator of the Irish Pavilion for the 2019 Venice Biennale on Friday 1st June.
This prestigious and exciting annual exhibition of emerging artists from The Crawford’s Dept. of Fine Art & Applied Art is a culmination of four years of creative practice.
SEE·SAW showcases the work of over fifty students within a wide spectrum of disciplines including; drawing, painting, photography, print, sculpture, video, performance, ceramics, glass and textiles and derives its title from the ever-shifting perspective that coincided with a steep and intricate learning period for the art student graduates.
The exhibition offers individual and social narratives on; identity, civil rights, environmental concerns, science, sexuality, observations of the everyday, anatomy, the subconscious, home place and more.