Re:Collecting: an evening of conversations and presentations reflecting the past and future uses of the Evans' Home site. The event may include a publication launch. Light refreshments will be served.
Re:Collecting is an exploration of Evans' Home by architectural researcher Lisa Cassidy, artist Gypsy Ray and geographers Gerry Kearns and Karen Till. This historic site is the future home of the Butler Gallery.
Re:Collecting is an iteration of The Interim Project. The Butler Gallery wishes to acknowledge the financial assistance provided under the Built Heritage element of the Environment Fund by the Department of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht.
A Burrenbeo Trust Learning Landscape initiative featuring some of the leading US and European experts in place-based learning. This event will include keynote presentations, best practice workshops and site based learning events. Click here for programme details.
Space&Place and Omos Aite ran a joint hands-on workshop on 'Learning Journeys: Mapping Place through Memory and Imagination'. For an interview with Karen Till (NUIM Geography) about the workshop she ran with Dr. Nessa Cronin (NUIG Centre for Irish Studies), click here.
Thursday 2nd August 2pm – 4pm, Free Talk at The Red Stables, St. Anne’s Park, Dublin 3.
Dr. Karen E. Till, Cultural Geographer, NUI Maynooth will lead a discussion with the artists, botanists and herbalists involved in The Red Stables Summer School and Stories from The Field, on the outcomes of their work together. Various themes and concepts arising from these conversations will be discussed and the audience will be invited to participate. If you would like to attend please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 222 7377
Speakers: Geraldine O’ Reilly, Artist, Seoidin O’ Sullivan, Artist, Christine Mackey, Artist, Dr. Declan Doogue, Botanist, Joan O’ Farrell, Herbalist (HerbBís), Dominik Bubenzer, Herbalist (HerbBís)
This event is part of The Red Stables Summer School and is supported by Dublin City Council and The Arts Council.
A collaboration between Land2, East Street Arts and the School of Design, University of Leeds.
July 10-30: Close to Home Exhibition: 26 artists explore how artistic practices might contribute to a nuanced understanding of specific places and their communities. Sculpture, installation, poetry, charcoal sketches, paintings, videos and other works interrogate the quotidian, the everyday, the familiar, the marginalised and the unnoticed. Gallery Open 12-6pm daily.
July 20, 12-7pm: Close to Home Symposium and Private Exhibition: The symposium explores the relationships between the local, visual arts and cultural geography, with Keynote from Dr. Karen Till, Space&Place, Geography NUI Maynooth and invited talk from Tina Richardson, University of Leeds.
Artistic and scholarly interventions about the present and future of Dublin
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With Space&Place members invited speakers, Prof. Gerry Kearns and Dr. Ronan Foley
NUI Galway and Black Box Theatre, Galway