The Body Electric Children’s Guide

More Activities You Might Like Make your Own Ship in a Bottle Make Your Own Sea Themed Comic Strip Make Your Own Pirate Map The View from a Porthole Window Make Your Own Pirate Flag

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Communicating With Prisoners by Jack B. Yeats (1871 - 1957)

Jack Butler Yeats; Assembled Memories

Jack Butler Yeats; Assembled Memories Thu. 3 Jun. – 12 Sep., 2021 We are delighted to present a selection of works by Jack Butler Yeats from one of the most exciting holdings of his paintings in existence. Sligo’s Municipal Collection, named after the visionary Nora Niland, includes some of the

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Jack B. Yeats, Theodore of The Gulf

Jack Butler Yeats; Salt Water Ballads

Jack Butler Yeats; Salt Water Ballads Thu 3 Jun. – Sun. 29 May, 2022 We are proud to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jack Butler Yeats in his home town of Sligo. This very special exhibition entitled Salt Water Ballads, showcases for the very first time, a

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The Body Electric Exhibition

The Body Electric

The Model is delighted to present a new online programme on our digital platforms for adults, artists and the general public. The Body Electric features an online exhibition, a publication of contemporary writing, as well as our new Podcast series, which includes discussions, readings and performances. The project features work

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The Body Electric Podcast Series

The Model Podcast: The Body Electric

The Model Podcast: The Body Electric Please note that this project has now ended The Model presents a new Podcast throughout 2021. The first series, hosted by Artistic Director, Emer McGarry, looks at the intersection of visual art and literature, and features readings, sound compositions and performances of new work

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The Body Electric Publication

The Body Electric Publication

Writers Claire-Louise Bennett, Tara Bergin, Leontia Flynn, Alice Lyons, Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Rosie O’Reilly, Jessica Traynor and Suzanne Walsh respond to the work of six artists from The Niland Collection, using the rhetorical device called ekphrasis. A form of writing originating from the Greek word for ‘description’, this technique has

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