Friday, 24 June 2016

Showing Paintings at the CIT School of Music.

Rosaleen Moore, Íde Ní Shúilleabháin,Yvonne Condon, John Keating and David Connolly (all GASP artists)  are exhibiting work at the Cork School of Music as part of Include Irish Performing Arts festival which runs from  25th June - 2nd July 2016.
Painting by Rosaleen Moore.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Last chance to see Rosaleen's Exhibition at the Union Grind Coffee Shop.

Rosaleen's exhibition will be taken down on Thursday 30th of June, try and get along to see it before then.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Rosaleen Moore's artwork has been selected for Perceptions 2016 :The Art of Citizenship.

Rosaleen Moore's work  has been selected for the upcoming exhibition programme, Perceptions 2016: The Art of Citizenship organised by the Crawford Art Gallery, CIT Crawford College of Art and Design and Cork City Council Arts Office. This event aims to broaden the range of voices, visions, perceptions and approaches to creativity that the public engages with in cultural venues.

Painting by Rosaleen Moore.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Meet the artist.

Meet the artist event.

Rosaleen looking through a book of her artwork with a visitor at the event.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

A trip to Spike Island.

The Expanding Realities trip to Spike Island was an opportunity for all the artists of Expanding Realities to explore  travel, mobility, freedom and home, themes that are currently being explored by the GASP artists. They travelled by foot, train and boat to reach the Island that is abundant in culture and history of religion and incarceration.  It was also an opportunity to experiment together and share some of the project experiences to that point. Belén Sanchez brought her mobile music machine, Dave Pearse shared poetry, Imna Pavon, Yvonne Condon, Itziar Martín Montes and John Whelan shared some of their dance collaboration, and Derek Foot and Jeff Johns focused on gather sound recordings for the day.

Expanding Realities on Spike Island.

Rosaleen drawing on Spike Island.

Sunday, 12 June 2016

Expanding Realities in Cork.

Rosaleen Moore one of the GASP artists taking part in the Cork leg of Expanded Realities.
Work created in the Expanded Realities Open Studio in Bristol.

GASP  Cork, 
Art in Motion (AIM) Bristol Debajo del Sombrero Madrid  are three dynamic projects engaging the creativity, and supporting the professional development of artists who have much to contribute to society as artists and citizens. They seek to break barriers in society and in the world of art that may exclude or limit the participation of artists who may need additional supports. Expanded Realities is when they come together to create art. The Cork leg of Expanded Realities runs from the 13th - 17th of June.