Sligo New Music-8 days and counting

The Amstel Quartet (photo: Jamain Brigitha) who are coming to Sligo to perform with Irish musicians Maria McGarry and Cathal Roche on Saturday next, 20th September 2008 It;s hard to believe after a year of planning but we’re just 8 days away from an exciting day-long series of concerts as

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Sligo New Music works on LyricFM this Sunday

Switch on RTe lyric fm’s Nova at 8pm this coming Sunday (14 Sep) to get a preview of some of the works featured in Sligo New Music, taking place on Saturday 20 September 2008. Bernard Clarke will be playing works by Jacob TV including The Body of your Dreamsand Heartbreakers,

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Loscil’s contribution to Relay now online

Loscil (Scott Morgan) has been unveiled as the third contributor to the Model comissioned Relay project, curated by John Lambert. His piece, entitled The Dream Machine was created in response to Jimmy Behan’s relay work, and is now available to listen to and download from the Model’s Relay site. Morgan

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Minister Martin Mansergh visits Sligo

Minister Martin Manseragh TD, Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works and the Arts, speaking at the launch of the Model Arts and Niland Gallery’s Fundraising Campaign for the Future Model Redevelopment. Photo by James Connolly. On his visit to Sligo yesterday, Wednesday 10th September, to

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Jimmy Behan is second relay artist

Jimmy Behan has been unveiled as the second Relay artist and his piece is now available to listen to on the Relay site. Jimmy is an Irish composer working with acoustic and electronic sounds, computer processing and field recordings. HIs debut album ‘Days Are What We Live In’ was released

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Seamus Kealy announced as Director/Curator of The Model

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Seamus Kealy as Director/Curator of the Model. Seamus brings a wealth of experience to this position with an international practice as a curator, writer and artist spanning well over a decade. Seamus has most recently been Curator of the Blackwood Gallery, University

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