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CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery invites exhibition proposals from CIT Crawford College of Art & Design graduates of all faculties, who graduated from the year 2008 to 2013. Artists’ projects will be selected through an open call for proposals that launches today.
Catherine Fehily, Head of CIT Crawford College of Art & Design says “We know that Crawford artists who graduated between 2008 and 2013 are likely to be at the stage in their careers where they have an established art practice but may not yet have been able to stage a solo show. We’re delighted to offer them this opportunity to bid for an exhibition slot in a really beautiful space – CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery.”
CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery will provide an artist fee of €500 to help support the making of the exhibition.
Proposals will be accepted from individual artists, makers, curators or those wishing to organise a group exhibition. In the case of group or curated exhibitions, the curator and all proposed artists must have graduated from CIT Crawford College of Art & Design within the designated time frame.
Proposals can be made for exhibitions in any medium and for the presentation of recent works or production of new projects.
The application process is now open and closes at 5pm on Tuesday 24th May 2016.
Full proposal and application guidelines can be found here
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SOLAS – An exhibition of Irish Glass is now on at CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery
SOLAS is a touring exhibition showcasing glass makers in Ireland by the Glass Society of Ireland. The exhibition has previously traveled to three venues including: NCAD Gallery, Dublin, The Hunt Museum, Limerick, Greyfriars Municipal Art Gallery, Waterford and now CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork.
The exhibition includes work by selected artists Scott Benefield, Patrick Blythe, Emma Bourke, Sinead Brennan, Sean Campbell, Debbie Dawson, Roisin de Buitleir, Karen Donnellan, Gwyn Grace, Eamonn Hartley, Karl Harron, Catherine Keenan, Peadar Lamb, Alison Lowry, Sarah McEvoy, Meadhbh McIlgorm, Sadhbh Mowlds, Jenny Mulligan, Michelle Ryan, Killan Schurmann, Aoife Soden, Andrea Spencer, Suzannah Vaughan and Catherine Wilcoxson.
Image: Alison Lowry – Dolly Mixtures
Exhibition runs from 6th – 29th January 2016
CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Clarke’s Bridge, Cork
Opening hours: Wed to Sat, 10am to 6pm
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all things considered
CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery
4 – 23 December 2015
Annual Christmas Exhibition by Cork Printmakers at CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Wandesford Quay, Cork.
all things considered features new prints by at least 40 artist members of Cork Printmakers. The exhibition opens on Thursday 3rd December, at 6pm, at CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery.
This exhibition of new prints represents all printmaking types from etching, lithography, photo intaglio, to screen-printing and digital prints.These prints have been created specifically for this exhibition and are available in limited editions.
With an average price range of between €100 – €250, this is a great opportunity to buy a Christmas gift you won’t find on the high street, as well as supporting local professional printmakers.
Opening times: Monday – Saturday 10am – 6pm
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When all is said and done
6 – 21 November 2015
You are warmly invited the exhibition preview
at CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery on Thursday 5 November, 6pm
Kinsale Arts Festival and CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery are delighted to present a solo show by Laura Smith, winner of the emerging artist award Now Wakes the Sea 2014.
Shut, block, seal, brick up….
Through a variety of medium and both fictional and factual narratives ‘When all is said and done’ investigates restrictions within the socio-political relationship and the implications these actions can have on individuals. Specifically focusing on moments when governance directly contradicts ideologies of human freedoms. Through constructing staged scenes and resurrecting dialogues surrounding specific histories ‘When all is said and done’ addresses the residue history leaves on the present.
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10am – 6pm Wednesday – Saturday