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
Finnish Jazz pianist Iiro Rantala comes to Sligo this weekend to perform a unique solo concert here at The Model. Erin Fox had the chance to speak to him ahead of his performance. EF: How would you describe your music to fans of jazz? IR: It’s a mix of European
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?
“I feel a deep connection to The Model and its doings for as long as I have been making drawings…” The Art of Drawing with Michael Wann returns next month and I had the chance to sit down with Michael and discuss his class, his own art, his influences and
The Model is delighted to welcome Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann to Sligo this week with a programme of fun-filled happenings and events taking place. From morning to late evening, The Model will host an exciting range of workshops and concerts, exhibitions and tours for trad enthusiasts of all ages. As
Weds Jul. 24 at 2pm The Space Between- Art, Audience, Poetry and Metaphor ‘Monthly talks at The Model where artists in residence, writers, curators or individuals of varied backgrounds collaborating with The Model deliver engaged and informal discussions.’ Tilo Schulz discusses the multiple strategies he uses, to create a context