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TEN STUDENTS from the GMIT’s fine art printmaking course will be exhibiting their work at the NUI Galway Gallery from tomorrow until Friday July 8.
GALWAY ARTISTS are being invited to submit work for a number of exhibitions that will be taking place in Galway next month.
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LORG PRINTMAKERS will hold a series of workshops in printmaking, photo-shop, animation, and etching in its premises at Unit 8 in the Ballybane Enterprise Centre.
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Lost Country is an exhibition exploring place, memory and the links between past and present by artist Feargal O’Malley. It focuses on construction of landscapes from childhood memories of time spent in Westport, and the day-to-day life of the artist growing up and as an adult in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. Certain memories come to mind even though we are located in completely differnt environments. Each piece reflects how stimulus from the artist's life in Craigavon can prompt memories of his childhood holidays in the west of Ireland and inform a visual portrayal of these memories. The resulting imagery can be somewhat idealistic, - given the dramatic changing landscape in both areas - a result of the recent housing boom. Feargal O’Malley is an artist based in Co Armagh. His exhibition runs until August 24 in the Custom House Studios Gallery which is located at the Quay in Westport and is open every day. You can call 098 28735 for more information.
The drypoint technique enables students to create an edition of prints from a single metal plate. Plate making and printing processes will be explored. Colour options will also be demonstrated. Beginning students as well as working artists are encouraged to enrol. The class will meet at 11am each day for five hours. Class sizes are limited to six students. Custom House Studios will supply most materials including one plate.
THROUGHOUT DECEMBER, the Galway Arts Centre will host two major exhibitions of the best in contemporary printmaking - Impressions and Norman Ackroyd: Irish Etchings.
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THE GALWAY Arts Centre’s visual arts programme is ending the year on a double-high with presentations of the annual group print show Impressions - at 47 Dominick Street - and a superb solo show, Irish Etchings, by renowned English artist Norman Ackroyd at the Galway City Museum.