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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Cian Ó Cíobháin

Cian Ó Cíobháin DJ Set for Underground Bliss

Cian Ó Cíobháin DJ, music journalist and broadcaster with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta is set to DJ at The Model Sligo on Friday 26th April to mark the opening of a new solo exhibition by unique visual artist, musician and composer Richard Bolhuis. Richard Bolhuis is creating original pieces for

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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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Artist Margaret Walker completes residency at The Model

Margaret Walker is an artist based in the KCAT Studio in Callan, Co. Kilkenny (http://kcat.ie/studio/margaret-walker/).  Margaret visited the Model recently as part of her ongoing collaboration with Model studio artist Anna Spearman.  Margaret and Anna met in 2016 at an Open Day in KCAT as part of the Engagement project, a project

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Informal Music Afternoon

Music Stars of tomorrow to feature in Informal Music Afternoon, – along with master musicians Seamie O’Dowd and Kieran Quinn

It is not unusual for Sligo’s mixed-genre Informal Music Afternoons to include students as part of the programme, but the fourteen top students coming from Dublin on Sunday March 31st is something of a first. The programme will also include two very well established Sligo musicians, Seamie O’Dowd and Kieran

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