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The Jackie Clarke Collection has won Institute of Designers in Ireland – Design Award 2013 – for Exhibition Design. The award ceremony was held in Vicars Street, in Dublin last week. It was a great night for the designers Martello Media and the Mayo County Council. The winning of this award is very prestigious, as some 220 separate submissions were shortlisted to the final of 109 for all types of design in Ireland during the past year from products to app design. An exhibition of the short listed projects is currently on display in the National College of Art and Design in Dublin.
ONE OF Galway’s finest young artists, the award winning Jennifer Cunningham, is taking bookings for her new term of art classes which start on Monday January 14.
An exhibition by Ceara Conway will open tonight (Friday November 2) in Áras Inis Gluaire at 7.30pm.
A group exhibition by artists Peter Burns, Anne Hendrick, and Mary Noonan opens next Thursday November 10 at The Gallery, Roscommon Arts Centre. The opening reception is from 5.30-7pm and all are welcome. The exhibition continues until December 15 and access is during centre opening hours. As always, access to the gallery is completely free of charge.
In Dublin a group of artists came together to develop an experimental collaborative process of visual arts, literature, sound, video, and architectural working methodologies.
TEN GTI art portfolio preparation students have been accepted to the National College of Art and Design, with two of the students - Emma Finn and Sylwia Starkowska - scoring 950 and 915 respectively out of a possible 1000.
GALWAY ARTIST Jennifer Cunningham, one of the city’s most talented young artists, is holding a series of art classes at her new art school in Newcastle.
The Irish fashion scene is eagerly awaiting this year’s Peter Mark NCAD Graduate Fashion Show on May 23 in Dublin’s CHQ Building, and for Gillian Noonan from Westmeath it will be the first chance to see her final year collection on show in all its glory.
Kilkenny County Council’s arts office in collaboration with the Butler Gallery is launching the sixth in the series of MOOT discussions, debates, and seminars. MOOT is a continuous creative process providing a forum for powerful, focused, and inspirational debates and discussion on a variety of subjects. These events will potentially transform expectations, citing shifts in attitudes, perceptions, and beliefs.
The Irish fashion scene is eagerly awaiting this year’s Peter Mark NCAD graduate fashion show on May 23 in Dublin’s CHQ Building, and for Katriona Flynn from Mayo it will be the first chance to see her final year collection on show in all its glory.