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Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

Meet the Artist: Sean Fingleton

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Join a virtual visit to the studio of artist Sean Fingleton, a founder member at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. Sean Fingleton is known for his landscape paintings and drawings of rural Ireland – vigorously expressive and rich in colour and mark-making. Sean will discuss his artistic practice over the years, giving insight into his motivations, inspiration and methodologies.

The thirty high-quality studios at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios provide professional artists with a vital place to create in Dublin City Centre.

Time: 4pm - 9pm

Genres: Arts and Crafts / Visual Art

Features: Family friendly

Address: 5-9 Temple Bar, D08YYW9

Website: http://www.templebargallery.com/

Phone: 016710073

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Public Art Commission: Alice Rekab ‘Truth, Flags, Identity’

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Temple Bar Gallery + Studios presents a new public artwork by Alice Rekab.

Alice Rekab takes their own mixed-race Irish identity as a starting point for a multi-platform visual intervention online and into Dublin’s landscape, activating conversations around race, place and belonging in the context of Irish life. Rekab re-appropriates two Dublin City Council flag poles along Wellington Quay adjacent to TBG+S and presents a new audio-visual work online at www.templebargallery.com.

You can also take a virtual visit to Rekab’s studio at TBG+S to learn more about their practice and the art commission.

This work has been commissioned by Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and will be added to Éireann and I: An archive of black life for Black migrants in Ireland at www.eireannandiarchive.com

Time: 4pm - 9pm

Genres: Arts and Crafts / Visual Art

Features: Wheelchair accessible

Address: 5-9 Temple Bar, D02 AC84

Website: http://www.templebargallery.com/

Phone: 016710073

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Late Screening: Swinguerra

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Late evening screenings of ‘Swinguerra’ by Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca.

This acclaimed film documents an expressive contemporary dance phenomenon in Brazil, performed mainly by transgender and non-binary dancers. In response to the country’s changing social and political conditions, ‘swinguerra’ is an artform that calls for liberation and participation.

Wagner & de Burca’s films focus on music and dance forms that draw under-represented communities together, highlighting visibility, legal rights, and self-representation. A hybrid of music documentary and socio-political study, the films deftly communicate complex issues with a broad-reaching and upbeat attitude. Wagner & de Burca represented Brazil at the Venice Biennale 2019.

Time: 4pm - 9pm

Genres: Arts and Crafts / Visual Art

Features: Wheelchair accessible

Address: 5-9 Temple Bar, D02 AC84

Website: http://www.templebargallery.com/

Phone: 016710073

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