Opening this week 18 – 24 May

Another exciting week for art lovers in Cork! The build up to the end of year exhibitions start this week with ‘Coming Into View’ at St John’s Central College. Crawford College of Art and Design 2014 graduate David Mathúna exhibits at Tactic opening on Thursday 21 at 7pm. Plenty of choice this Referendum Friday as there are three openings to attend around the city, Mary Mackey at CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Fionnuala Kelly at the Lord Mayor’s Pavillion and end of year exhibit at St John’s Central College.

'110 seconds' David Mathuna

‘110 bits per second’ David Mathuna

Solo exhibition 110 bits per second by David Mathúna opens at Tactic on Thursday 21 May at 7pm

David Mathúna is a video-artist and illustrator currently based in Sample-Studios, Cork. Born in 1991, he graduated from the CIT Crawford College of Art & Design in 2014 with a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art. Upon graduation he was awarded the James Barry Development Bursary, the Cork Film Centre Residency award, and the Sample-Studios Graduate Residency award which have assisted in seeing him develop work for his upcoming exhibition; ‘110 bits per second’.
TACTIC, 3rd Floor Sample-Studios, 
Sullivan’s Quay, Cork

21 May – 4 June 2015. Opens 12 – 3PM Tuesday to Saturday

Fionnuala Kelly

Fionnuala Kelly

An exhibition by artist Fionnuala Kelly opens at 6pm, Friday 22nd May in The Lord Mayor’s Pavilion, Fitzgerald’s Park. The exhibition continues until Friday 29th May and will be open from 2-4pm each day.

'Residual Inheritance' Mary Mackey

‘Residual Inheritance’ Mary Mackey

Residual Inheritance is the title of a practice-based research for an MA in Fine Art, carried out by Mary Mackey under the supervision of Christine Pybus and Dr Simon Knowles of the Department of Fine Art and Applied Art at the CIT Crawford College of Art and Design.
The research has culminated in a body of work that will be open to the public for one day on Saturday 23rd May. There will be a preview on Friday 22nd at 6pm and an artist’s talk at 2pm on Saturday. “This research reflects on the narratives engendered by objects that have become sites of memory, as a way of considering how material traces may express and encapsulate individual biographies through the memories they embody. Recognising that these artefacts have a worth and value other than a monetary one invests them with what Pierre Nora describes as ‘a symbolic aura’ which makes the objects, and what they evoke, worthy of remembrance.”
'Coming Into View' St John's Central College

‘Coming Into View’ St John’s Central College

Coming into View, the end of year exhibition, opens at St. John’s Central College on Friday May 22nd from 6.30pm to 9pm in the college main building on Sawmill street.

Twenty-two courses are participating making it one of the largest displays of student work in the country.
The St. John’s College Gospel choir will be performing as visitors arrive. This will be followed by the official opening by Peter Murray, the director of the Crawford Art Gallery. The exhibition will also be open to the public on Monday May 25th and Tuesday May 26th from 10am to 6pm daily.

 

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