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Living and Working Project

The Living And Working Project:

Applications now being accepted for the Living And Working Project of IMOCA, housed within Steambox in Dublin 8, just off Thomas Street and next to the Digital Hub. It is an excellent location within walking distance to all amenities and the Luas.  The Living and Working Project is based on 4-bedroom furnished contemporary living spaces and separate furnished studio spaces, with access to and influence on future acquisitions for an expanding library of media equipment and workshop tools, a private enclosed outdoor yard with space for gardens, a patio and workspace, and gallery/exhibition space, at a fixed subsidised rate of €500 per month, inclusive of all utilities.  There is a maximum of 24 residencies available, so the application process is highly competitive; selected applicants will be expected to participate, engage in and help develop the shared community and cultural content of the facility.

All those interested should send a brief cover letter about you and your practice [also noting your primary source of income], your studio history, CV with links to any online content and references. Practitioners of all arts, crafts, trades and independently run art organisations/entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply, but special consideration will be given to digital, electronic and new media practices and interests.  Submit your application to steambox@imoca.ie.

 

Working Artist Residency: Niall Flaherty

Niall Flaherty – Working Artist Residency

Niall Flaherty is the first artist to take up the Working Artist Residency- a period of three months during which the artist can focus on a particular theme or research new possible developments in their work.  The residency will culminate with a public exposition, as appropriate to the work or research undertaken.

 

Niall Flaherty is a Galway-born artist/designer. He also works as a lecturer at NCAD and UCD teaching digital media and information design.

Niall had the first solo show of his work in 2009 at Monstertruck Gallery, Francis Street, Dublin, where he has also curated a number of shows. He formed the Blackletter Artists Group with Cliona Harmey and Alan Butler and more recently started Artist-makers Online to assist artists and creative groups in developing their web-presence.

In his teaching Niall wants to empower through demonstration and democratise the tools of expression for all to access. Niall’s art practice explores the signs, systems and signals of media proliferation and presents his art as evidence of the effect these messages work upon us.

http://about.me/niallflaherty

 

Organisational Residency Awarded to SuperMassiveBlackHole

We are pleased to announce that an organisational residency has been awarded to the online photography magazine SuperMassiveBlackHole.

Established in 2009, SuperMassiveBlackHole online photography magazine (SMBHmag) is dedicated to contemporary photography and the photographic imagery resulting from the time-based processes found in many interdisciplinary art practices today. It is available to download for free as a PDF. As a truly international and respected publication it has shown the work of over 120 emerging and established artists from all over the world, as well as exhibiting with PhotoIreland and Belfast Photo festivals. The magazine has also partnered with the likes of the International Photobook Festival (Germany) and Photo Center NW (USA). As founding editor of the magazine, Barry W Hughes has taken part in public talks, lectures, interviews and reviewed portfolios at events such as Photobook London. In 2010 SuperMassiveBlackHole was shortlisted for two catagories at the Irish Web Awards.  The initial duration of the residency will be six months, and will provide opportunities to use the galleries and meeting rooms in Steambox for various talks, viewings and other events.

www.smbhmag.com

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