Opening this week: 9 – 15 November 2015

12232848_994272847303831_6295728114551165811_oJames Barry Exhibition Centre, CIT Bishopstown Campus – Drawing In New Light | Pauline Gibbons
9 – 25 November

Preview: Wednesday 11 November, 7pm

Solo exhibition by Crawford College of Art and Design 2015 graduate Pauline Gibbons . Presented as part of CIT Science Week 2015, this exhibition includes Gibbon’s Degree Show works, and a number of new pieces developed since graduating in June 2015. Pauline experiments with the materials and components found in a common household object – mining it for new potential after it has been declared obsolete.
Supported by CIT Arts Office, CIT Department of Physical Sciences, and the Science For Life Office at CIT ACCESS Service

Opening hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm 
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Windle Building (behind Quad), UCC – New Work from Glasgow – Curated by Pluck Projects

Preview: Thursday 12 November, 6pm

New Work from Glasgow features the work of James McCann (Cork), Christabel Geary (Cork), Heather Lander (US/UK), Sara Moustafa (UK), Paul Deslandes (France), Will Kendrick (UK) and Ross Birrell (UK).

New Work from Glasgow brings together work from recent graduates, postgraduates and faculty from the renowned Glasgow School of Art, presented in UCC as part of the 60th Cork International Film Festival visual arts program. Drawing on the connections between Scotland’s second city and Ireland’s – as already exists between the National Sculpture Factory (NSF) and the Scottish Sculpture Studios; and between the NSF and Robin Lee architects; our project seeks to facilitate an exchange of knowledge between the cities by future stars from this world-leading school to Cork. Glasgow has an exceptional track record of incubating artistic talent at the highest level, and this exhibtion is designed to explore the connections between art studio, education and place. 12194644_10153730104226449_2569732483593267692_oSternview Gallery – Nash 19 – Annual | Tom Climent, Rebecca Bradley, Roseanne Lynch, Miriam O’Connor, and Femke Vandenberg

10 – 25 November 2015

Daily exhibition entry via Nash 19 Restaurant and Food Shop, 19 Princes Street, Cork.

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 7:30am – 4pm, Saturdays 8:30am – 4pm (Closed Sundays).

dd7fba40-6e59-467d-b4c1-b8643175760aThe Guesthouse – Shandon, Cork – Select Play curated by Laura Smith 

Screening: Wednesday 11 November, 7pm

Select Play features a diverse range of Artist Moving Image currently being produced by innovative Irish artists.

Running order:

ROB MURPHY & LILY CAHILL: Excitable Boy, 2014, 3:30 mins
EOGHAN RYAN, Clamdigger, 2015, 7:57 mins
KEVIN GAFFNEY, Everything disappears, 2014, 15:59 mins
FIONA MARRON, After Automation, 2013, 34:29 mins
ROB MURPHY & LILY CAHILL: Meeting on the Turret Stairs, 2014, 1:06 mins

12244826_521888941312201_5649195909316478091_oBackwater Artist Group – Proof | Exhibition of Photography

Preview: Friday 13 November 6pm, exhibition continues until January 2016

Featuring the work of Peter Martin, Fionnuala Kelly, Susan Leutenegger, Darn Thorn, Roisin Lewis, Ben Reilly, Helen O’Keefe, Chris Samuels, Johnny Bulger and Helen Horgan.

2020 Art Gallery – No Time Like The Present  | Annual Exhibition

12 November – 24 December 2015

Featured artists include Julie Beckett, Alan Corbett, Laura Cull, Sharon Dipity, Eadaoin Harding Kemp, Lily Corcoran, Maura Whelan and more

Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 11am – 6pm, Saturday 10am – 5pm

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