IMA this Sunday at 1 pm in the Model

Informal Music Afternoon line-up for 07. July 2019.

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A new Sligo Supper Club launched by Sligo Global Kitchen members and The Model goes down a treat!

Photographer: Brian Farrell Back row:  Arle Bell Gallardo, Bouchta Kharchach, Catherine Kabiyona Front row: Shorai Mpande, Brid Torrades, Rosemary Chilufiya, Kathleen Mangwany Sligo Global Kitchen (SGK) is an art and food project funded by the Community Foundation for Ireland, in partnership with The Model. Sligo Global Kitchen welcomes everyone in

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A short interview with filmmaker Vivianne Dick who curated The Model’s screening of ‘Delirious Rhythm, 1936-2017: Films selected by Vivienne Dick’

‘It’s a really nice programme,’ said Dick, on her curated selection of short experimental films. ‘It first screened in 2017 at the IFI as part of a programme organised by AEMI (Artist Experimental Moving Image) and IMMA as I had a survey of my work showing at the museum. The

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What you can expect from the aemi ARTIST CINEMA TOUR

Over the past two years ‘aemi’ (www.aemi.ie) has been exploring the potential meeting points between visual art and film. In 2019 ‘aemi’ is touring two exciting programmes of artists’ cinema to six arts venues & cinemas across Ireland. These programmes offer the chance to see what happens when artists are

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Cairde Visual Open Call

THE MODEL PRESENTS CAIRDE VISUAL 2019 Sunday, July 7th to Sunday, August 18th @ The Model, Sligo Opens Saturday July 6th, 6pm. Artists are invited to submit artworks for the Cairde Visual Open Submission Exhibition. We are delighted to announce that Cairde Sligo Arts Festivals 6th annual open submission exhibition will

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New works on long-term loan to The Niland Collection

The Model is delighted to announce that The Niland Collection will receive a new body of works through the generous donation of Jobst Graeve. The new additions to the collection include 21 works by 14 acclaimed Irish artists such as Maud Cotter, John Gerrard, Mick O’Dea and Robert Ballagh; and

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