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Breath and Blood | Alastair MacLennan and Sandra Corrigan Breathnach

The Gallery | Burren College of Art | Newtown Castle | Ballyvaughan | Co. Clare

LIVE PERFORMANCE: THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 6 – 8 PM

EXHIBITION/INSTALLATION: MARCH 1 – 29, 2018

 

Burren College of Art is pleased to host a live art performance and installation, ‘Breath and Blood’, by Irish artists, Alastair MacLennan and Sandra Corrigan Breathnach.  The performance will take place in the Gallery from 6pm onward on Thursday, March 1 and the installation will continue in the Gallery and Newtown Castle from March 1-29.

‘Breath and Blood’ is an exhibition/installation of drawings, video, sound and live art performance, looking at the cyclical nature of life and regeneration that occurs within it.  The audience is invited to view this as a possible aspect of mind, where nurturing growth and new energies can allow one to expand and renew one’s awareness of being.

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Barnacle | 4th Emerging Irish Artist Residency Award Exhibition

February 1 – February 23, 2018
The Gallery | Burren College of Art | Newtown Castle | Ballyvaughan | Co. Clare

OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, February 1, 6 – 8 PM

Burren College of Art is pleased to host Barnacle– a joint exhibition between the Burren College of Art and Gallery 126 featuring work by recipients of the Emerging Irish Artist Residency Award in September of 2017.

The exhibition will be opened by Clare-based writer and artist, David Donohue.

Barnacle features the work of the four recipients of the Award: Ciarán Doyle, Laura McMorrow, Helena Gouveia Monteiro and Sarah Wren Wilson. Last October, these four artists took up a month’s residence in the Burren College of Art and the village of Ballyvaughan.

 

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