Jobs And Opps Visual Artists Ireland

By: The Sculptors' Society Of Ireland  05/12/2011
Keywords: art, artists, contemporary art

Jobs And Opps Visual Artists Ireland

Submitted on December 1, 2011 – 11:07 am

A two week art salon in the Back Loft, c/o La Catedral Studios from 9 – 21 December 2011, Wednesdays to Sundays, 4pm – 9pm. Visual artists can display artwork at a rate of E20 per piece for the full two weeks (E40 if it exceeds A1 size – 1/2 square metre) or E12 for one week. All profits from the sale of work go directly to artists with no commission. Lady Windermere’s staff are happy to maintain a price list and sell work in your absence. If you sell a work, you can replace it with another at no extra charge.

Submitted on November 30, 2011 – 12:33 pm

Thursday 8th December 2011, 14.00 – 16.30.
The Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2

Workshop Sponsor: City Artsquad
This workshop is part of the celebration of twenty years of City Artsquad, co-inciding with the publication of the book ‘City Artsquad; Twenty Years’.

Do you have ideas you would like to discuss about your community art practice? Are you honing your skills and experience working in this field? If so then this exchange of learning is for you. It will provide a structure in which you determine issues for dicussion that are important to you. Everyone who comes will have an opportunity to discuss what is important to them in free and relaxed way.

Submitted on November 30, 2011 – 11:34 am

Node Center Berlin announces its Curatorial Residency Program designed for emerging curators who wish to expand their professional practice in Berlin.

Node Center was created in order to offer a platform to teach, experiment, and investigate subjects related to curatorial studies and contemporary art practices.

The Center’s core activity stems from the 12-week long Curatorial Residency Program that offers its participants the possibility of expanding their work experience, with professional feedback and technical support, by developing projects in Berlin.

The program allows resident curators to develop specific theoretical-practical research during their residency, which will include a participation on a publication and the curation of a final show. The residency is reinforced with activities such as studio visits, workshops, seminars, meetings with art professionals and visits to exhibition spaces. Participants will also have an active role in organizing seminars, workshops and guest lectures.

Each year, Node focuses on a key topic that questions inherited curatorial practices and that invents new ways of creating knowledge by finding new possibilities in the exhibition process.

During February – May 2012, the line of research ‘The logic of the limit: transversal curatorial processes’ will be examined for the third and last time.


An online application form and additional information can be found on the Center’s website: /

The deadline for the February – May 2012 session is December 10th, 2011. *Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an online interview.

Admission requirements:
An academic background in one of the following areas of contemporary art is required: curatorial studies, theory and philosophy of art, art history, art management, and/or art production; visual arts, fine arts, arts and new media; or equivalent work experience within an Institution, or with projects developed as an independent curator.

Program Fees:
• 1 initial deposit of 670 EUR
• 3 monthly payments of 750 EUR

To formalize your enrollment upon acceptance, you will be asked to make an initial deposit payment of 670€ by January 9th, 2012. This deposit will be credited towards your tuition balance.

Submitted on November 30, 2011 – 10:56 am

Location: The Benbulben Centre, Branleys Yard, Rathcormac. Co. Sligo
Dates: 17th December, 11am-6pm

In addition to the Art & Crafts Market, here at The Benbulben Centre we have an array of businesses from The Benbulben Pottery, Yeat’s Antiques to Art Junky’s Ceramic Sculpture & Painting Gallery not forgetting of course the Krafty Korner Gift Shop where we can source our Tea and Coffee throughout the day!

Submitted on November 30, 2011 – 10:50 am

The Art Hand is a new rural art school based on the Waterford coast. We are currently developing challenging art courses with artists and tutors who work in a wide range of disciplines.

The courses are residential; participants will stay at houses nearby. Tutors can stay with us at The Art Hand and food is provided. Most of the intensive courses will run for between 3 and 5 days.

Would you like to teach at The Art Hand? We are looking for artists to make proposals that have the potential of attracting national as well as overseas participants.

Deadline for proposals is December 9th.
We officially open next March.
Before you make a proposal please study our website.
Please ring or email Sean Corcoran to clarify anything.
Your email proposal should include the following;

A paragraph about you and your art (100 to 150 words).
A brief description of the course/s you propose.
A photograph of you (for our website if your course is chosen).
5 or 6 images of your work (for our website if your course is chosen).
A link to your website.

The Art Hand, Bunmahon, County Waterford
T: 051 292919

Submitted on November 30, 2011 – 10:44 am

The Ark in association with Science Gallery’s summer exhibition HACK THE CITY
In celebration of Dublin City of Science 2012
Working Title:  Awakening Curiosity’
‘Exploring nature, biodiversity and the world around us’

Call opens: Wednesday 16th November 2011
Call closes: Friday 6th January 2012
Decision notification: Tuesday 31st January 2012
Draft Exhibtion Dates: May – August 2012
[Schools programme: May – June / Public: June – August]
Audience: Children (aged : 2 – 12 years, school groups, families, teachers, artists, scientists, general public, international visitors)

The Ark welcomes submissions for both existing and new work from artists, designers, engineers,  scientists and everyone in between, in any and all media.

We believe both art and science are fundamentally creative at the core. Crossover learning between science and the arts provides a kind of catalyst to innovation that sparks passion and freedom to pursue and realise challenging ideas.

We want to show how innovation is often catalyzed by those who cross a conventional line so firmly drawn between the arts and the sciences. So next May as part of Dublin City of Science 2012, The Ark will present a unique and exciting multi-disiplinary artscience exhibition designed to celebrate where science and art meet.

The theme we have chosen is AWAKENING CURIOSITY ‘Exploring nature, biodiversity and the world around us’. The Ark asks ‘what happens when we cross-pollinate the themes of nature and our environment, art and science? We believe creativity is inherent in science and we would like you to explore this crossover 3rd space, viewing the traditional art-science barriers as a zone of creativity we call artscience.

The potential in fusing art and science in a children’s exhibition excites us, and we urge you to consider our theme, the use of art and science, and the mediums of art, craft, film, design, dance, theatre, music, sound, light, experimentation and technology. We would also like submissions to preserve our core principles when preparing an exhibition for 2-12 year olds; sight, smell, touch, texture, colour, stimuli, shape, size, height, quirkiness, playfulness and always challenging.

The aim of the exhibition is to stimulate and awaken the curiosity of children, through rich, high quality inter- disciplinary experiences. We will work with renowned Irish and international practitioners to explore the connections between art and science within the theme of nature, biodiversity and the environment, to

Submitted written (hard or soft copy) submissions for inclusion in the exhibition will be evaluated on criteria  including: relevance to the theme, artistic interest, science and/or technology interest, relevancy to the ages  2-12, potential to engage and enthuse a broad public, participant’s background, costs, and ability to deliver  the exhibition piece.  We encourage artist / scientist collaborations, artists with a science background or scientists with an art background, to investigate creatively what happens in this new space we call  artscience!

We are also looking for digital submissions. If your idea is a web-based or mobile phone application, then we would like to hear all about it.


Each project needs to be delivered within a maximum budget of up to €5,000 if exceptional, sliding scales thereafter on projects, starting from €1,000. If your proposal costs more than €5,000 we will mark for consideration.

Deadline for applications is Friday 6th January 2012 at 12 noon.

Submitted on November 30, 2011 – 10:28 am

Cathedral Studios Open Evening
Location: 64 Cathedral Buildings, Donegall Street, Belfast
Dates: 1/12/11, 6 – 9pm

Cathedral Studios based on Donegall Street, Belfast is opening its doors to the public this Thursday night from 6 – 9pm! Formed in 2003 by six newly graduated artists the group has been supporting artists with studio space and facilities ever since. Since its establishment the organisation has housed many artists specialising in a wide range of disciplines, evolving and adapting to each artist’s needs. The current members are, Lisa Ballard, Diana Hadden, John Macormac, Kevin Miller, Jan Uprichard and Enyo.
If you would like to come and observe some artists/designers in their natural habitats, have a nosey around someone else’s studio or just have a drink with us then please call in next Thursday.

Submitted on November 29, 2011 – 4:35 pm

Address: Basement Project Space, Camden Place, Camden Quay, Cork City.
T: 0851368583
E: [email protected]
Deadline: 16th December 2011

Submitted on November 29, 2011 – 4:13 pm

JobBridge National Internship Scheme
Ref. INTE-645387

The intern will gain practical experience in web content management and e-newsletter production for the visual art sector in Ireland; gain skills in information dissemination involving content editing, proofing and compilation. The intern will receive formal/informal training in  WordPress and information management – support will be provided for the duration of the internship. On completion the intern will have attained skills in website administration and newsletter preparation as well as an excellent insight into the contemporary visual arts sector in Ireland.

Skills Requirements
The intern will be responsible for researching and compiling current information on the visual art sector throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland and be responsible for editing, proofing and uploading copy and images. The internship will appeal to arts or media graduates or those with arts management / web media career interests. A person who is thorough, methodical and attentive to detail will gain from this opportunity.

Third Level – The ideal candidate will be a visual art / arts management / media graduate who would like to gain hands on experience in a professional arts environment and develop their administrative and web management skills and knowledge.

Please Note:
This is an Internship. An allowance of €50 per week will be paid in addition to your current Social Welfare payment. See eligibility criteria here:

9 Months

5 December 2011, 5pm

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: art, artists, contemporary art, Visual Art, Visual Artists

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