John chathar movie
John chathar movie
The day is aimed in particular at artists practicing in the Galway Gaeltacht and throughout Galway County.
Some presentations may be made as Gaeilge and English language translation will be provided in this instance if audience requires. Artists are invited to apply to present at the Show & Tell event and artists will be selected through this competitive process by all three organizations above.
Artfarm is a rural Art Space in Newbridge, County Galway owned and operated by artist Sheila Flanagan.
The mission of Artfarm is to create opportunities for artistic expression by providing engagement and interaction through residency undertakings, projects, talks, open days, classes, workshops and exhibitions and for artists to come here with an aspiration to inspire, share, experiment, explore and develop new ideas.
Apply for the Show & Tell here Schedule 10.30 Registration Tea & Coffee 11.00 Show & Tell with 8 – 10 Galway & Gaeltacht Artists 12.30 Lunch 13.30 Artists Talks 16.00 Ends Artists Nuala Ní Fhlathúin is from the Gaeltacht area in the West of Ireland.
She received a BFA in Ceramics from the GMIT School of Art in 2008 and an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Washington in Seattle in 2011.
Sheila Flanagan is an artist, activist and dreamer.
She received a BA in Fine Art from GMIT in 2003 with first class honours specialising in Sculpture.In 2013 she received a Paul Brady Scholarship from the UL Irish World Academy.She is currently undertaking an Artists Residency with Limerick City Council.She has been selected for ongoing commissions by South Wind Blows.She has participated in residencies at Cil Rialaig, Ballinskelligs, Ireland (2015), Wild Valley Art Park, Sydney, Australia (2013), The Parlour Studios (Res Artis), Melbourne, Australia, (2013), An Lab, Dingle, Ireland (2011) and more.Artfarm is grounded in an ethos of Social Justice and Equality and inspired by the sense of ‘rural anarchy’ which goes with living in rural regions.