The Re-appropriation of Sensuality is a long-term, collaborative project by artist Emma Haugh. Curated by RGKSKSRG, it is presented as a solo exhibition, a performance and a public programme. The exhibition will open in the NCAD gallery, Thomas Street, on Thursday November 5th at 6pm, with a performance at 6.30pm. The exhibition will run until December 2nd.
Emma Haugh visual artist and RGKSKSRG at studio 468
Emma Haugh and RGKSKSRG – curators Kate Strain and Rachael Gilbourne will be located in studio 468 for 9 months (May 2015 to January 2016). They will jointly animate the studio as a hub of activity for Haugh’s collaborative and multidisciplinary arts practice, in a locally embedded and responsive manner.
As part of Music Town Common Ground presents ‘The Quiet Tree’
Let your children be mesmerised by a traditional Irish musical fairy tale. The Quiet Tree is an intimate traditional Irish musical performance specifically designed for young children and their families. The creatures of Whistleberry Forest have discovered an old oak tree growing deep in the woods.
Common Ground is seeking an intern to work closely with the executive staff team to support the organisation’s continuing development and growth through the implementation of its communications plan and continued artistic programme. For information on the 9 month internship please click here and click here on how to apply.
Multi-media visual artist, Laragh Pitman completed her residency in October 2014. During this time she worked with a group of Irish and migrant women in Dublin 8. As part of Culture Night in September, Laragh hosted ‘The Culture Wall’ – a response by 25 women.