Talks and Presentations – New Ecologies of Practice
Talks and presentations as part of the NCAD Gallery exhibition New Ecologies of Practice: A short season of projects by Catalyst Arts [Belfast] / Occupy Space [Limerick] / The Good Hatchery [Offaly] / Basic Space [Dublin]
The exhibition runs 9 February – 13 April 2012.
Presentations by Aoife Madden, Creative Limerick Coordinator and by Noelle Collins and Kevin O’Keeffe of Occupy Space on Tuesday 28th February, 12 – 2pm, NCAD Gallery
The Good Hatchery
The Good Hatchery directors Carl Giffney and Ruth E.Lyons will host a seminar on Thursday 29th March at 5pm Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, NCAD.
BASIC SPACE Artist talk Wednesday 28th March at 5pm Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, NCAD.
Presentations by Creative Limerick Spaces: Faber Studios, Ormston House and Raggle Taggle on Friday 2nd March, 12pm – 2pm, NCAD Gallery
To coincide with New Ecologies of Practice exhibition What Do You Stand For Now? is a public seminar and discussion that looks at some artistic and curatorial practices from the last few decades in Ireland. In particular, they all proposed methods and models of display and distribution as alternatives to established mainstream and institutional practices. What Do You Stand For Now? is chaired by Francis Halsall and Vaari Claffey, speakers include Valerie Connor; Mark Garry; Garrett Phelan; Sarah Pierce; members of The Enquiry, Gradcam and others. What Do You Stand For Now? Saturday 31st March, 2012, 12.30-5pm at the National College of Art and Design (Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre), Dublin.
In addition to work by the artist-led initiatives the exhibition programme includes The Artist-led Archive – Sustainable Activism and the Embrace of Flux open to the public to view by appointment at the National Visual Arts Library (NIVAL) housed at NCAD Library. For more information on The Artist-led Archive please see www.theartistledarchive.com. *NIVAL is open Monday-Friday 10am– 5pm Contact: +353 (0)1 636 4347 or +353 (0)1 636 1102 and firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on NIVAL please see www.nival.ie