Communicating Your Practice

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Conall Cary will work with artists for a full-day workshop on Communicating Your Practice on Saturday 5 October. This is part of our professional development programme in partnership with Visual Artists Ireland, Clare Arts Office, Limerick Arts and Culture Department, and Tipperary Arts Office at Ormston House.

Topics covered include: 1) building partnerships to help bridge gaps in skill-sets and experience; 2) communicating your work to the arts community vs. to a non-arts community; 3) examples of past applications and proposals; 4) proposals such as Public Art Commissions; 5) physical presentation of practice (design); and 6) analysis of participants’ work, social media, websites. Participants can bring along a copy of their artist statement and examples of previous work or submissions. There will also be a Q&A session towards the end of the day.

Registration is now open.

About Conall Cary

Conall is a visual artist and printmaker based out of Ireland. After studies at the University of Oregon, he went on to study at the Centre for Creative Arts & Media in Galway, where he graduated with a First-Class Honors Degree. Conall has exhibited widely throughout Ireland and internationally, and has completed residencies in Scotland, Finland, Ireland and America. He has been supported by The Arts Council, Galway City Arts Office, Wicklow County Arts Office, and Cork City Arts Office. He has been awarded Per Cent for Art Commissions in Cork (2014/2018), Sligo (2015), Mayo (2017), and Waterford (2019).

Since 2014, Conall has worked as Print Media Technician at the C.I.T. Crawford College of Art & Design. He is a member of Cork Printmakers, where he has served on the Board of Directors since 2013. Conall has most recently represented Ireland in the 2018 International Printmaking Triennale in Krakow, Poland, and the Sights and Sounds of Ireland Today video art exhibition at the Dupont Underground in Washington D.C.

Image: detail from Miles to go by Conall Cary, courtesy of the artist.


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