29 April 2022 (Friday / Dé hAoine)

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
The District Courthouse / An Chúirt Dúiche

Artist’s Discussion: Hunger Desire Refuge

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 

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
Dingle Further Education and Training Centre

Ukranian Humanitarian Aid Auction

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.

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
Dingle Further Education and Training Centre

Sew Social

Enjoy a variety of creations, sewn and quilted by Dingle crafters, including examples of items made at the Sew Social classes in the Dingle FET Centre.

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
Dingle Further Education and Training Centre

Niamh Kennedy – Watercolour Paintings

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.

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
An Díseart
Liam Holden

Liam Holden – New Paintings

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.”

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
An Mhuirné, Daingean Uí Chúis

Clodagh Edwards – Hidden

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.

29 April
Friday / Dé hAoine
St James' Church/Séipéal Naomh Shéamuis

Hehir and Noonan – Brides

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.

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