Ciara O’Hara – Summer Shows

June is set to be a very busy month for Ciara O’Hara who will be exhibiting work in three shows! Image ‘Parts’ Gallery 26 26 Dublin Street (formerly Hennessy Fine Foods) Carlow 07th – 15th June Opening Hours 11.00am-6.00pm Parts, an exhibition by Ciara O’Hara, Ruth Power and Adam Bohanna, is based on the premise that life depends on the interaction of parts for nature to flourish. This reflective study will allow us to consider not only the art in nature but also the nature of art. Image ‘A Natural Selection’ Touring exhibition RDS Member’s Library 11th June – 4th July Opening reception on Wednesday 11th June at 6.30pm. Entrance is free and open to the public. Image Hamilton Gallery, 4 Castle Street, Sligo 14th June – 29th August Opening reception on Saturday 14th June at 2pm. Visit her website for more information on the shows http://ciaraohara.com

Published by Ormond Art Studios

Ormond Studios is an artist-led initiative in Dublin city and is a platform for emerging visual artists. It supports the development of arts practice through affordable studio provision, critical discourse and space for events, residencies and exhibitions. The physical studios consists of eight individual artist's spaces along with a separate area that serves as the Project Space. The Project Space offers scope for work on a larger scale, embodied practice and experimentation. It is in this space that feedback sessions, events and exhibitions happen. We believe that critical discourse is hugely beneficial to developing a professional arts practice and essential to a dynamic arts community. Ormond Studios encourages members to open up their practise to peer critique and facilitates lively feedback sessions, residencies, and information/skills sharing initiatives. We believe in collaboration and connect with other creative initiatives to develop a network of support for artist‐led endeavours in Dublin and beyond. For more information please contact us at ormondartists@gmail.com Ormond Art Studios is kindly supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.

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