Congratulations to Gearoid on being chosen to be part of the Sky Academy Arts Scholarship. Looking forward to seeing his new body of work in his first solo exhibition’s in Dublin and London.
My Voice is Still Lost, is a new quadrophonic sound installation by Linda O’Keeffe (IE/UK) created as part of the evolving Murder Machine project curated by Christine Eyene in collaboration with Ormston House in partnership with EVA International and Making Histories Visible.
My Voice is Still Lost explores The Murder Machine by Pádraig Pearse (1916) and Irish Declaration of Independence (1919), two pieces of writing relating to Ireland’s transition from a colonised space to a free state and the impact this had on Irish society and Irish women.
Anne Maree Barry ex MA ADW is the recipient 2016 HIAP (Helsinki International Artist Programme) Residency. In April and May this year, Anne Maree Barry will spend six weeks at the HIAP residency facility on the Island of Suomenlinna, just outside the city of Helsinki, and will develop a new film project. More info on TBGS site
Bernie Masterson currently on the course work is part of the collection in the Hunt Museum and this month features in ‘curator’s choice programme’. Bernie will be giving a talk in the Museum on 17th May at 11 am.
Sorcha Kenny current student took part in the event Room organised and curated by Angela McDonagh ex MFA sculpture in April.
Mona Gamil Fagan ex ADW participated in Safe Art Practice in March at New York Live Arts
Pierre Jolivet performed at NOISE- NOISE [Hidden] in Hong Kong in January
Sinead McDonald showed “Uchronia” in the River Bank Arts Centre in January and gave a talk as part of the First Fortnight Arts Festival. http://www.riverbank.ie/event/uchronia-an-exhibition-by-sinead-mcdonald/