Time: 7pm Thursday 14th March & 7.30pm Saturday 30th March
Duration: approx. 30 minutes
Venue: Pallas Projects/Studios
Free event - All welcome - No booking required
Artist Celina Muldoon executes two live performances to accompany her exhibition SIRENS. The first performance takes place at the opening reception and the second on the last day of the exhibition.
Celina Muldoon is an artist based in North West Ireland. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art, I.T. Sligo in 2014, with work in their permanent collection. Muldoon completed an MFA in Sculpture from N.C.A.D. in 2016. Her graduate work 'We are in cahoots...You and I' was selected for Mobius (Boston) int. performance festival 2017 and Craw festival Berlin 2018. She has exhibited in TBG&S, The Complex, waveparticle and Celine gallery, Glasgow and Project Arts Centre Dublin. Residencies include MART and the Tyrone Guthrie Centre. She has been awarded the Next Generation Bursary award, The Artist in the community scheme award and a residency in Cowhouse studios in partnership with The Mothership Project in November 2018 and the prestigious Temple Bar Gallery and Studio Project Studio Award 2019. Current research projects include a collaborative performance and film culminating in a major exhibition in 2020. The debut of this project took place as part of Periodical Review #8 in Pallas Projects/Studios Dublin. www.celinamuldoon.com
Pallas Projects/Studios is pleased to announce that Eve Woods has been appointed as our new Assistant Curator & Programme Producer.
Eve is a visual artist and curator based in Dublin City. Her practice investigates the human condition with a focus on belief systems and their mediation through the internet.
Notable projects include Nasty Women Dublin which she produced for PP/S in 2017. She has previously worked in Green On Red Gallery, Dublin (2017–2018) & in PP/S in the roles of Gallery Assistant for Projects & Administration, and Visual Communication Manager between 2016–2017. She also works assisting artists in managing large scale exhibitions, commissions & applications and as an art teaching assistant.
Eve holds an MA in Visual Arts Practices from IADT, BSc. Digital Technology & Design from DIT and BA. in Fine Art Painting from GMIT.
Her work has been included in: ‘Smile’ (solo as part of PP/S Artist-Initiated Projects 2017), F.Festival Gallery 2017, PP/S 20 Year Anniversary Benefit Auction, Peachy Dublin, Artists Among Us, Group of Writing People Zine, ‘Temporary Sights’ curated by Siobhan Mooney, MART Gallery (2014) & RDS Visual Art Awards (2012).
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 gallery 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.
Programme Support Duties 19.5 hours
Keeping the storerooms in good condition. Designing a new system of storage.
Assist in general upkeep of the gallery and kitchen. This requires light regular cleaning in the kitchen and mopping the gallery prior to the exhibition openings – this work is shared by Pallas staff.
The Community Employee will receive formal/informal training in the following: on safe handling of power tools and uses of ladders, other training is possible as required according to the specific interests of the candidate. On completion, the intern will have attained and honed their skills in exhibition installation making. They will also receive direct experience in the day to day operational activities of Pallas Projects.
The Community Employee should be interested in arts and culture-in particular contemporary art. They must be motivated and enthusiastic and be able to take the initiative when necessary. The candidate will need to be highly motivated and tenacious. The successful Community Employee will be somebody who is aware of Pallas Projects activities and who has an understanding of what an artist-run space is. Please research this requirement before applying.
The Community Employee will join a team that includes both directors and the assistant curator who are all well versed in the technical aspects of the job and will be able to give advice and guidance throughout the employment.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org and cc-ed to email@example.com with PALLAS CE SCHEME APPLICATION in the subject line. Please be informed about Pallas Projects/Studios and what artist-run spaces are before applying. www.pallasprojects.org
Application Deadline: 6th of February 2019
Pallas Projects/Studios (PP/S) is a not-for-profit, artist-led organisation directed by Mark Cullen and Gavin Murphy, active for 22 years in Dublin’s city centre. PP/S has been at the forefront of a particular brand of DIY methodology, consistently contributing to what is now a vibrant, confident art scene in Dublin. The organisation has been directly implicated in inner-city regeneration in its previous locations, subscribing to the ethos that art plays a key element in the promotion of civic and cultural vibrancy in the neighbourhood where it is made.
BASIC TALKS ~ Sue Rainsford, presented in conjunction with Periodical Review #8
1pm, Friday 14th December 2018 at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Sue Rainsford is a writer and researcher based in Dublin, Ireland. Her practice is concerned with hybrid, lyric and embodied texts, explicit fusions of critical and corporeal enquiry, as well as with material transcriptions of otherness and experiences that alter our understanding of flesh. A graduate of Trinity College, IADT and Bennington College, Vermont, she is a recipient of the Visual Artists’ Ireland/Dublin City Council Art Writing Award (2017/2018), the Irish Arts Council Literature Bursary Award (2013 & 2018) and a visual arts writer in residence at Roscommon Arts Centre (2018-2019). She was recently awarded a fellowship at the MacDowell Colony, New Hampshire, and her debut novel Follow Me To Ground is available from New Island Books.
BASIC TALKS is a series of talks with leading contemporary practitioners, taking place at The Hugh Lane on the second Friday of every month. Curated by Basic Space in partnership with The Hugh Lane, BASIC TALKS is a platform for lectures, workshops, presentations, and performances. Speakers include artists, curators, writers, and critics who will generate discourse on producing, framing and exhibiting art. BASIC TALKS is a collaboration between Basic Space and The Hugh Lane, exploring alternatives in the dissemination of contemporary art and its discourses.
Admission is free but spaces are limited to 50 so please arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.
Time: 7pm till Victory
Venue: Pallas Project/Studios BYOB
Orginised by Davey Moor & Pete Prendergast, in conjunction with PP/S, this is the seventh inter-(visual art)-organisational tourney we hold.
Anyone in the visual arts can play - office staff, members, techs, artists, board members, curators, lecturers, registrars, writers, interns, under the banner of an organisation, gallery, studio, college, well, you get the picture..
We will also have a brand new KRAZY TABLE, this year, made by artist Tanad Williams! (maybe with a little help from his friends)
NB: WE ARE RUNNING THE MAIN TOURNEY AS A SINGLES EVENT AGAIN THIS YEAR
IT'S TIME TO STRIVE FOR REGICIDE..
2017 - Jerome O Drisceoil for Green on Red
2016 - Will Curtis for Project
2015 - Peter Prendergast for Monster Truck
2014 - Nick Miller for Rubicon
2013 - Mark Durkan for Solstice
2012 - Peter Prendergast for Monster Truck