The lowdown on May Day celebrations at The Model

Good morning from a wonderfully sunny day here in Sligo. We’re getting ready to prepare The Model for an epic, access-all-areas night of music, visuals and MAYHEM for our May Day celebrations tonight. Long time Model friend Donal Dineen has co-curated a stellar night of music along with our music

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The lowdown on May Day celebrations at The Model

Good morning from a wonderfully sunny day here in Sligo. We’re getting ready to prepare The Model for an epic, access-all-areas night of music, visuals and MAYHEM for our May Day celebrations tonight. Long time Model friend Donal Dineen has co-curated a stellar night of music along with our music

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Is This Art?

Is this Art? is a new initiative we are launching at The Model this weekend. Visitors to the exhibitions and activities we host here are invited to answer the question and post their comments on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

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Accessibility Auditing Workshop with Carmen Papalia

Accessibility Auditing, a workshop by Carmen Papalia took place yesterday in the B.R.A. (see below for a description of the B.R.A.). Carmen showed us some of his previous projects including the Blind Field Shuttle Walking Tour. Carmen led this project with a group of people who walked with their eyes

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Carmen Papalia & Kristan Lantz

Artists-in-residence Carmen Papalia and Kristen Lantz are here at the B.R.A to conduct a series of workshops. Check out what their plans are and feel free to come along to participate! Tuesday, April 7 – Accessibility Auditing workshop with Carmen 13:00 – 17:00 Open to 15 participants, including Model staff

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Interview with Paul Seawright

Image: Paul Seawright (b. 1965), Void 2014, Pigment print 1/3 from an edition of 3 + 1 AP Making News: Things Left Unsaid, a new exhibition by renowned photographer Paul Seawright opens here at The Model this Saturday, 04 April. I spoke to him this week about his latest body

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