Chloe Brenan participating in open discussion on contemporary practice and printmaking

Studio member Chloe Brenan will be participating in an open discussion on practice and printmaking in contemporary art at Riverbank Arts Centre, Kildare on Monday May 16th 2016 (10am) She will be joined in conversation by fellow artists Emma Finucane and Louise Peat. Chloe will be discussing how her early training in printmaking has come to inform her current practice, focusing in particular on her use of analogue photography (both still and moving image) and her approach to installation.
Holes (Installation detail)
Image from presentation: Detail from perforated paper installation ‘Holes‘ 2014

Published by Ormond Art Studios

Ormond Art 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 Art 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 Ormond Art Studios is kindly supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.

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