Studio Artists Exhibition & Late Night at the Courthouse Gallery Ennistymon.
The Studio Artists at the Courthouse Gallery will hold an exhibition of their work. The show will include film and painting.
The exhibiting artists are Ann Maree Barry, Marcus O’Connor, Sarah Fuller and Ann Garry-Quish.
The exhibition runs from September 22 to September 29
Keystone (film 10mins) Red Couch Space
Taking the theme of the collective as its central point of departure, Keystone took shape as a series of workshops guided by artist Mitch Conlon and theatre maker and comedian James Moran working with the 5th year art students and teachers of Coláiste Muire, Ennis, and Scoil Mhuire, Ennistymon, during the school year 2022–23. The project was curated by Jennie Guy, founder and director of Art School, alongside invited co-curator Fiona Gannon, and investigated ideas around the collective by exploring the places where teenagers go to hang out.
LUSUS main gallery
Lusus explores the robust relationships between materiality, human experiences, and the impact the works have on our experiences of spaces. Through a range of multi-faceted installations, encompassing painting, sculpture, video, sound, and various other media, the exhibiton invites visitors to delve into the artists ‘distinct explorations of domesticity, environment, cultural heritage, and the physical and metaphysical connections between humans and the material world.
The artists are Eleanor McCaughey, Fiona Gordon, Anna Spearman, Domnick Sorace and Joana Hopkins.