29 April 2022 (Friday / Dé hAoine)
A response to Covid 19
Two artists who facilitate art activities in Gairdín Mhuire Day Care Centre for older people reflect on day to day emotions and the interplay of life and death.
Battle Of Ventry / list of events / Amchlár Cuimhne Chath Fionntrá
Mícheál de Mordha ag labhairt mar gheall ar Dark Day on the Blaskets.
Lunchtime readings by poets & musicians from the Dingle Peninsula.
O C R A S is a Courthouse Studios Project led by Andrew Duggan in partnership with the Feile na Bealtaine, Digital Hub Dingle, HSC and Údarás na Gaeltachta. Funded by Ealain na Gaeltachta, Feile na Bealtaine and Kerry County Council
Ioga sa aer le Ilonka
Ioga sa spéir le Ilonka
Exhibition of ceramic work celebrating the many aspects of patterns found in the sand ripples of Chorca Dhuibhne.The abstract rhythmical patterns are captured, dissected and shown in new ceramic forms.
A silent auction, with reserve, of a painting by Julie Beckett, of a mixed media sunflower.(16 x 19 inches) All proceeds of the sale will be donated to humanitarian aid for Ukrainian people.
The March Hare by Lynne Stratton symbolizes strength with wary curiosity. The Hyacinth bulb by Jenny McCarthy, lying dormant all year, bursting into life with vibrant blues and detail for the eye to explore.
From the domestic to the cosmic, these paintings attempt to capture and solidify the uncertain and peculiar world we inhabit.
A collection of paintings, telling stories of Greek Mythology, constellations, including the local area in its imagery, bringing together elements of nature and manufactured objects to illustrate a moment in time.
Artworks in Stained Glass and Mosaic from Dingle Further Education and Training Centre.
This event will screen the short drama films and group music videos produced by the Principles of Film workshop, held at the Dingle Hub between October 2021 and April 2022. We will begin with a champagne reception for participants and attendees.
A collection of new work by artist Liam Holden. “I don’t consider my paintings to be ever finished, but rather ongoing expressions; the artists job is to always explore new possibilities and move on beyond the boundaries.”
Art exhibition within shop front windows of Annascaul Village
Clodagh’s first solo exhibition. Working from her studio in Brandon, she has produced a body of work of figures of a different kind. Otherworldly, timeless, often masked. Hiding their physiology from the other crowd. The oil paintings explore figuration and abstraction in a search for the sweet spot.
Brides is primarily a black and white photographic installation. The model confronts the viewer, her head and torso are hidden under a white shroud. Hands, hair, a bear glove, and mask are signifiers to her persona. The artists are influenced by Irish mythology and old Irish text which show the presence of the powerful Irish woman, an allegorical figure who in many senses represented the spirit of the Earth itself, the anima mundi.