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Macroom School of Art

Make Your Mark

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Artists at Macroom School of Art have designed a community mural painting for all ages, ‘Come and Make Your Mark’ al fresco to be part of a large scale artwork.Coinciding with their exhibition, “I half remember that…”, in MSA gallery, visual artists BrĂ­an Crotty and Ciara Rodgers invite you to take part in an outdoor mural painting event at Macroom School of Art.
They believe a mural belongs to everyone that comes in contact with it, and they want you to be a part of this fun and exciting community collaboration. Come and Make Your Mark between 6.30 pm and 8.00pm. Artists from 9 months to 99 years are encouraged to take part! An easy painting format in the design means no experience necessary.
There will be a drop in queue system and a limit of four per group of painters at a time.

Time: 6.30pm - 8pm

Genres: Design / Live Demo / Performance / Street Art / Visual Art / Visuals

Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Cork Street, Sleveen East

Website: http://www.macroomschoolofart.ie/

No Booking Required

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"I half remember that..."

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A duo exhibition of recent artworks and film by visual artists Brían Crotty and Ciara Rodgers. “I half remember that…” (15/09/20 – 17/09/20) is an exhibition and film screening of recent artworks by visual artists Brían Crotty and Ciara Rodgers. Real and imagined histories are displayed through various media as the artists question where exactly truth and fiction exist in the 21st Century landscape. A sense of nostalgia, satire and a voice for the underappreciated, underpin the ideas broached in this collection of artworks, curated by Ciara Rodgers.
Film screening: Red Mary Red was written and directed by visual artist Brían Crotty in 2020 and stars Jon Whitty, Rosie O’Regan, Conor O’Riordan and Frank Prendergast. The film sets out to investigate the relationship between a fictionalised version of a real life 18th century highwayman William Crotty and the general Irish population.
Throughout the challenges of lockdowns, these two artists’ shared ethos has been to make quality arts experiences accessible to all through their work at Macroom School of Art and community outreach programmes funded by the Creative Ireland Fund, Cork County Council Arts and philanthropy from private organisations.

Time: 3pm - 9pm

Genres: Audio Visual / Digital Art / Visual Art / Visuals

Features: Wheelchair accessible

Address: Macroom Town Hall

Website: http://www.macroomschoolofart.ie/

No Booking Required