The day is aimed in particular at artists practicing in the Galway Gaeltacht and throughout Galway County.
We also welcome attendance by artists from other Gaeltacht regions or Irish speakers based in non-gaeltacht areas.
Previous qualifications include Wood Technology and Design from GMIT, Welding and Fabrication with FAS.
In 2005 she moved to the rural location of Newbridge which led to a deep questioning of her art practice and its meaning in this rural context.
126.ie/artfarm/ Áine Ní Chíobháin is an artist born in Cork City with family roots in Corca Dhuibhne. She has an Honours Degree from Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork City.
on Fri 16 October for one of our ever-popular Show and Tell events involving 8 – 10 local artists presenting their work.
Artists Talks The afternoon will also involve a series of presentations from artists: Ceara Conway; Nuala Ní Fhlathúin; Sheila Flanagan / Art Farm and (an other artist tbc) discussing their projects and practices addressing a range of perspectives including: visual arts practice and the Irish language; rural arts initiatives; residencies and collaborations.
If you are traveling from other Gaeltacht regions for the day do let us know in the registration form below. Artists interested in presenting at the Show & Tell are asked to register for the Visual Artists Cafe first and the follow this link to register interest in presenting at the Show & Tell event.
The purpose of Show & Tell is to allow artists to make a short presentation on their practice or projects that they are involved in to an audience of their peers in an informal atmosphere. 10 artists are given 5 minutes each to speak about their work over 10 slides.