Wednesday 1 July, 1pm at The Bureau of Radical Accessibility Current artist-in-residence, Amanda Ralph invites you to a research conversation about her work on musician Turlough O’Carolan, a blind, illiterate, Irish Catholic living within the social and political landscape of eighteenth century Ireland. Her project is motivated by a desire
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
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
This week in the B.R.A artist in residence Niamh O’Connor was here to open up a conversation about art, mental health and community. During her talk on Wednesday, Niamh invited people to respond to the question, “What does mental wellbeing look like for the art museum, from a public perspective?
Install for Mark Clare I Believe in You is underway this week and we’re super excited about Opening Night this Saturday! Do you ever wonder what goes one “behind the scenes” of an installation? Here’s a sneak preview of the exhibition. Mark, who is artist in residence this week answers