30/09/22—13/10/22

Job Opportunity–Gallery Assistant (CE Scheme)

Pallas Projects/Studios(PP/S) are seeking a candidate to join their team as part of the Community Employment (CE) Scheme*.

Role description
The Community Employee will gain practical experience in how Pallas Projects/Studios, which is an Artist-Run Organisation in The Liberties, is run. This will involve first hand interactions with artists, and the curator/directors in preparing exhibitions and events as part of the Artist-Initiated Programme.
The role will involve the Community Employee in all aspects of practical organising, administration and researching for various projects PP/S are involved with including the exhibition and events programme, fundraising, communications and outreach. This is a public facing role during gallery and event hours and is onsite at the PP/S Gallery.

Please download our full Job Description/Guidelines below before applying.

How to Apply:
Please note this scheme is being provided by The Mercy Family Centre and as such applicants should send a LETTER OF INTEREST as a PDF attachment explaining why they are suitable for this position with a CV/biog emailed to: cescheme@mercyfamilycentre.com and cc-ed to info@pallasprojects.org with PALLAS CE SCHEME APPLICATION - GALLERY ASSISTANT in the subject line. Please be informed about Pallas Projects/Studios and what artist-run spaces are before applying. www.pallasprojects.org

Deadline: 12pm, Thursday 13-10-2022

Interviews: Wednesday 19-10-2022

* Please contact your local DSP Employment Services/Intreo Office to check your eligibility and to apply for this vacancy. Vacancy Reference Number will be required.  Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and applicants must also be in receipt of a qualifying Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more. This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.


29/09/22—29/09/22

Art Nomads—Diasporic Worlding

Time: 6-7pm Thursday 29th September

Please register for online or in-person Here. Zoom details will be shared ahead of the event.

Diasporic Worlding: In this presentation, curator, researcher and educator, Annie Jael Kwan, reflects on the radical entanglements of diasporic criticality, lived experiences and speculations that expand ideas of space and time. Weaving the interpersonal and professional, diasporic attention offers potentialities to reimagine new and old worlds.

Online & at The Digital Hub iD8 Studio Keynote speaker curator Annie Jael Kwan, guests from Nhà Sàn Collective & Streetview Anderlecht

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Event part of Art Nomads—Karvansarai کاروانسرای the 5th exhibition of our 2022 Artist-Initiated Projects

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Art Nomads is a collective of culturally diverse artists living and practicing in Ireland. With very different experiences and heritages as well as art and design specialisms, they each have their own individual practice across a range of media from urban design to miniature painting, video installation and sculpture. As well as staging exhibitions and events, Art Nomads aims to work as a capacity builder and advocate for artistsfrom diverse and minority ethnic backgroundsin Ireland. Early on during the groups formation, members attended the launch of the Equality, Human Rights and Diversity Policy in 2019 and individuals have gone on to be consulted by the Arts Council in its ongoing implementation.

Current members: Muhammad Achour, Antonio D’Souza, Hina Khan, Roxana Manouchehri, Tomasz Madajczak, Joe Odiboh, Rajinder Singh, Amna Walayat & Insaf Yalçinkaya. Artist Laragh Pittman is working as administrator and sometimes curator.

artnomads.ie | @artnomads_ireland

More information: pallasprojects.org/project/art-nomadskarvansarai

Directions to iD8 Studio, 156 Thomas St, Saint Catherine's, Dublin, D08 PY5E

from Pallas Projects : https://goo.gl/maps/mGZswDh3zEXM6DPK6

 

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23/09/22—23/09/22

Culture Night 2022- ‘Art Nomads—Many Voices’

Time: Friday 23rd September 4-8pm

Register here

Art Nomads, an artists collective made up of artists who have all come to live in Ireland from many parts of the world, present an expanded cinema installation from their ‘Souk/Bazaar’ participatory process. This presentation is part of Karvansarai کاروانسرای, the fifth exhibition of our 2022 Artist-Initiated Projects programme. The artists who have roots across many cultures from India, Pakistan Syria, Iran, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Malaysia, Poland, and Kurdistan have collaborated on a film artwork captured by these words “We came alone across this bare windswept rock, In winter, in rain and low light, The Burren at the far west of Europe, Gathering together from every worldly place, To share life around a glowing fire”. Members of the group will perform short multi-lingual spoken word pieces during the evening and will offer some traditional sweet tastes from around the world.

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Biographies

Art Nomads is a collective of culturally diverse artists living and practicing in Ireland. With very different experiences and heritages as well as art and design specialisms, they each have their own individual practice across a range of media from urban design to miniature painting, video installation and sculpture. As well as staging exhibitions and events, Art Nomads aims to work as a capacity builder and advocate for artistsfrom diverse and minority ethnic backgroundsin Ireland. Early on during the groups formation, members attended the launch of the Equality, Human Rights and Diversity Policy in 2019 and individuals have gone on to be consulted by the Arts Council in its ongoing implementation.
Current members: Muhammad Achour, Antonio D’Souza, Hina Khan, Roxana Manouchehri, Tomasz Madajczak, Joe Odiboh, Rajinder Singh, Amna Walayat & Insaf Yalçinkaya. Artist Laragh Pittman is working as administrator and sometimes curator.

artnomads.ie | @artnomads_ireland

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17/09/22—17/09/22

Kate Fahey—Mouthnotes: Closing event

Mouthnotes — Closing event at Pallas Projects

12pm-15pm Saturday 17th September

Join us for tea and cake at the closing of Mouthnotes. The artist will be present between 12 and 15pm for informal discussions about the work exhibited.

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Kate Fahey is an artist based between Kilkenny and London working with print, sculpture, moving image and installation. She received an MA in Fine Art Print at the Royal College of Art, London in 2015 and in 2020 she completed a practice-based PhD at the University of the Arts London. Recent exhibitions include em-bracing at The Lab Gallery (2022), Living Balance at The Library Project (2022), blubbing, (solo) at Commonage London, (2021) Woman in the Machine, Visual Carlow (2021) and Gut Feeling, Arti et Amiticiae, Amsterdam (2021). In 2021/22 she was the recipient of the New Contemporaries and SPACE Studios Bursary. She has completed residencies including ZK/U Centre for Art and Urbanistics, Berlin (2019); Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2018); The British School at Rome (2017) and Callan Workhouse Union, Kilkenny (2016).

The artist would like to thank James Briggs, Martin and Majella Fahey, Eva Lerche-Lerchenborg, Séamus McCormack, Elisabeth Molin and the Arts Council of Ireland.

www.katefahey.co.uk   @kate_fahey

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Artist-Initiated Projects at Pallas Projects/Studios is an open-submission, annual gallery programme of 8 x 3-week exhibitions taking place from March-November 2022. This unique programme of funded, artist-initiated projects selected via open call is highly accessible to artists, with a focus on early career, emerging artists and recent graduates. Projects are supplemented with artists' talks, texts, workshops or performances, and gallery visits by colleges and local schools.

Full Artist-Initiated Projects programme

Pallas Projects/Studios is funded by The Arts Council

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27/08/22—27/08/22

Job Opportunity – Gallery and Facility Technical & Maintenance Assistant (CE Scheme)

Pallas Projects/Studios are seeking a candidate to join their team as part of the Community Employment (CE) Scheme*.

Role description
The Community Employee will gain practical experience in how Pallas Projects/Studios, which is an Artist-Run Organisation in The Liberties, is run. This will involve first hand interactions with artists, and the curator/directors in preparing exhibitions as part of the newly funded Artist Initiated Programme.

The role will involve the Community Employee in all aspects of providing technical assistance to the exhibitions programme, meeting artists, helping artists realise their installations, managing the facility storerooms and providing technical assistance to the building and other general maintenance duties.

Programme Support Duties 19.5 hours

Please download our full Job Description/Guidelines below before applying.

How to Apply:
Please note this scheme is being provided by The Mercy Family Centre and as such applicants should send a LETTER OF INTEREST as a PDF attachment explaining why they are suitable for this position with a CV/biog emailed to: cescheme@mercyfamilycentre.com and cc-ed to info@pallasprojects.org with PALLAS CE SCHEME APPLICATION - Gallery and Facility Technical & Maintenance Assistant in the subject line. Please be informed about Pallas Projects/Studios and what artist-run spaces are before applying. www.pallasprojects.org

Deadline: 7th September 2022 - interviews Wednesday 14th

* Please contact your local DSP Employment Services/Intreo Office to check your eligibility and to apply for this vacancy. Vacancy Reference Number will be required.  Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and applicants must also be in receipt of a qualifying Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more. This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.


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