Opening this week: 1 – 7 February 2016

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Sample Studios | DURTY WURDS | Friday 29 January 6.30pm – 10pm

Throughout 2016, Sample-Studios will host monthly member-led events which highlight the diverse practices of our members. These events invite the public to engage and interact with our artists at our location in the Former Government Buildings on Sullivan’s Quay. In the first of these events, Sample-Studios are pleased to present a night of spoken word and printmaking, DURTY WURDS, organised and curated by Kate O’Shea.

12642616_1034359229961859_2564122643985707512_nJames Barry Exhibition Centre | Elisa Feiritéar | 3 – 12 February 2016

Opening Thursday 4 February 6pm

The absence of the necessity of being occupied is a solo exhibition of paintings by Elisa Feiritéar. Feiritéar is the winner of the CIT Registrar’s Prize.

“This body of work explores the paradox of leisure in society, from Aristotle’s theory that leisure is ‘the absence of the necessity of being occupied’ to contemporary times where leisure is affected by cross-cultural factors and so many other evolving trends. Through painting, which ironically in itself is a leisure activity to some, the work examines leisure as a state of being in today’s world.”

Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm, Monday – Friday

A-Buck-Tambourina_680Crawford Art Gallery | Adam Buck (1759–1833): A Regency Artist from Cork | 5 February – 9 April 2016

Opening Thursday 4 February 6pm

An exhibition of paintings by Cork born artist, Adam Buck (1759 -1833) who specialised in miniatures and larger watercolour portraits. Adam Buck quickly became one of the most sought after miniature and portrait artists of the Regency Period, as such his work provides a fascinating insight into the life and style of the elite in society.

Shirley Bernstein_ Peeking PinkCIT Wandesford Quay Gallery | Horizons |  6 – 27 February 2016

Opening Friday 5 February 6pm

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery is excited to announce the international traveling exhibition HORIZONS by artists from the Centre for Contemporary Printmaking, Connecticut USA. The exhibition is produced in conjunction with Cork Printmakers and Fyns Grafiske Vaerksted, Denmark.

Horizons will premiere CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery in Cork, and it will then travel to Fyns Grafiske Vaerksted, in Odense, Denmark in May 2016. This exhibition is comprised of thirty-five works by sixteen artist members of the Center for Contemporary Printmaking and explores representations of horizons both physical and perceptual.

dominic_feeWest Cork Arts Centre Uillinn | Unfold Artists in Conversation | Saturday 30 January 12pm

Johnny Bugler, Rosie Cleary, Simon English, Dominic Fee, Rob Monagahan & Sarah O’ Brien
The 6 artists who participated in this Cork County Arts Office Professional Development Project, will discuss the nature of the residency, how the residency experience and working collaboratively has influenced their artistic practice and the resulting artwork. The format will be an informal question & answer session, chaired by Ann Davoren, Director, Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and Valerie Byrne, Director, Cork Printmakers.

The UNFOLD publication will also be launched at this event. It is designed by The Project Twins and contains a commissioned introduction by Gemma Carroll, Art Critic & Writer.

 

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