I had a lovely meet up today at 126 Artist Run Gallery with Lucy and Blaithin, all systems go for my exhibitions here in October! I can’t believe my residency here finishes tomorrow, that month flew by.
Today I went to see the Hughie O’Donoghue exhibition as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
For more information on the Hughie O’Donoghue exhibition click here.
Wow…. what an amazing play!
I went to see Arlington, Enda Walsh’s newest play, as part of the Galway International Arts Festival. I definitely recommend it to everyone before it finishes! For more information click here.
I’m really enjoying being artist in residence at 126 Artist Run Gallery in Galway. Today I got to see the Foreign Bodies exhibition that is on there at the moment, it consists of work from Ilaria Margutti, Giancarlo Marcali and Elisabetta di Sopra.
It is definitely my favourite exhibition this year at the Galway International Arts Festival. For more information about Foreign Bodies click here.
I was in Dublin for the day collecting my work from the RHA – I was taking part in their Annual Exhibition. Luckily I got to see Aideen Barry’s Brittlefield while I was there.
It was great to see the work in person, I definitely recommend a visit to anyone, it is on exhibit at the RHA, Dublin until the 21st August. For more information click here.
This week I start my 2×2 Part 2 Residency / Exhibition with 126 Artist Run Gallery. I’m super excited to be back in Galway!
Read about it here.
My Paper Bloom book is a permanent documentation of my Jackie Clarke Collection Residency to Commemorate 1916.
I’m delighted with how the publication has turned out. My friend Sally was the designer on the project. As my Paper Bloom installation is temporary I wanted to have something permanent left behind. It is a limited edition book, and was only available at the closing event of Paper Bloom, but there are a few copies in libraries around Mayo.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Paper Bloom book – Peter Hynes, Sinead Mc Coole, Vincent Woods, and Aidan Dunne. And of course a big thank you to the designer Sally Caulwell.