MULTIDISCIPLINARY ART COMES TO THE HEART OF LIMERICK AT SPACE CRAFT STUDIOS.
Location: LIMERICK CITY
DIRECTOR: SINÉAD GAUGHRAN. CURATOR: SINÉAD GAUGHRAN, SAMAR NEZAMABAD, EMMA GANNON.
Opening Thursday December 1st at 7pm at Space Craft Artist Studios Limerick.
Exhibition continues until December 6th, 2022.
Limerick School of Art and Design final year Students x Spacecraft Studios is pleased to announce a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing a handful of Year 4 LSAD students. The show will be opened on the 1st of December at 7pm. Beverages will be supplied by the shows sponsor, The Red Hen Bar. Upon closing of the Opening, celebrations will continue at The Red Hen Location.
Directed by Sinéad Gaughran and Curated by Sinéad, Samar Nezamabad and Emma Gannon, Advance showcases the exciting future of Irish art, with LSAD final year students, 2023’s emerging artists studying painting, sculpture, and printmaking exploring the future path and advancement within the environment of professional art. The work is diverse creating through a variety of mediums, surfaces, and materials, including painting, sculpture, sound, and video installation. This latest project was started in an attempt to bring the new and exciting work of the students from Limerick School of Art and Design into the public eye. The work on display, highlights the future of art creation. Explorative and experimental, as the participants of this group show define their practice and find their place within the artworld.
''AN EXHIBITION of work from final year students at Limerick School of Art and Design took place at the Spacecraft Studios, Mungret Court in Limerick city earlier this month.
Directed by Sinéad Gaughran and Curated by Sinéad, Samar Nezamabad and Emma Gannon, ADVANCE was a showcase of diverse work from fine art students working in a variety of mediums, surfaces, and materials, including painting, sculpture, sound, and video installation.
The exhibition is regarded as a key milestone for the students as they seek to define their practice and find their place within the artworld.''
Photos By : Limerick Live reporter - Adrian Butler