War and Beauty

Andy Parsons writes: ‘One of the projects I am working on in Wolfe Tone street is a show of projections designed collaboratively with Japanese artist Hidehiko Ishibashi. We will use overhead projectors to fill the space with drawings and images of found objects. With this in mind, this week young

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Installation and Opening Shots from Signals

Ron Terada installation shot, originally uploaded by modelniland. We’ve just posted a selection of pics from the Signals Opening on Sat 14th March to our flickr account and some great installation shots from the opening. I love this one of Aoibheann, one of our Front of House Team, checking out

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Pierre Bastien for Relay now online

French Musician Pierre Bastien is unveiled as the next contributor to the Relay project. Responding directly to Polly Fibre’s Reconstructing the Incredible Pierre has returned to his scissors player, an instrument he performed with in 1997/1998. ” This recent session with the scissors player was like meeting an old friend

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Babybeef for Massive gig

Delighted to report that the elctro-tastic Babybeef has been added as support for the You’re Only Massive gig in the Pharmacy on Wolfetone Street, Sligo on Friday April 2nd. Babybeef is the name of the electro pop solo project of Sarah Carroll, a Dublin based performance artist. We saw Babybeef perform

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Model recommendations for this weekend

We’ve want to let you all know about a great weekend of gigs happening in Sligo this weekend from great people we’ve worked before. On Friday 27th March James Yorkston and Chequerboard- two of the most outstanding musicians we’ve worked with in the past 2 years, both of whom were

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Signals in the Dark Opening

Director/Curator Seamus Kealy, Development Manager Aoife Flynn, Chair Bernadette O’Shea and Rolf Stehle- Director of the Goethe Institut Irland Signals in the Dark: Art in the Shadow of War opened on Saturday evening (the 14th March) and the opening went beautifully. A big thank you to everyone who came out,

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