Cara Farnan |Platform Group Exhibition | Draiocht Blanchardstown

Cara Farnan, Events, Exhibition, Ormond 2019, Uncategorized

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Upcoming! PLATFORM 2019 featuring work from member Cara Farnan.

GROUP presents new work by Victoria J Dean, Sarah Farrell, Cara Farnan, Anna Hryniewicz, Riin Kaljurand and Éanna Mac Cana.
Ground Floor Gallery. Curated by Sharon Murphy.

The exhibition opens on Thursday 20 June 2019 from 7.30pm – 9pm
and continues until 31 August 2019

Full details can be found here.

Cara Farnan |Some Concrete Possibilities |The Library Project

Cara Farnan, Exhibition, Ormond 2019

Some Concrete Possibilities is open in The Library Project until January 30th, featuring the work of studio artist Cara Farnan and past member Helen MacMahon alongside Lee Welch and Gareth Joyce. The show was curated by Siobhán Mooney, winner of this year’s Black Church Print Studio Emerging Curator Award!

Read a review by Aidan Dunne here! https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/chance-and-the-space-between-things-1.3762764

Photographs by Jamin Keogh

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Cara Farnan | Exhibition |WSU Fine Arts Locker Gallery

Cara Farnan, Exhibition, Ormond Studios 2018

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Studios Member Cara Farnan is currently showing work in Side Street, Locker Gallery, Department of Fine Arts, Washington State University, Washington, USA.

WSU Fine Arts Locker Gallery presents Side Street, a collection of Instagram images exploring everyday observations along urban spaces. The exhibition is curated by recent WSU Master of Fine Arts graduate, Krista Brand, and features fourteen artists across five continents, connected only through social media. Side Street considers the possibility of the extraordinary in the ordinary, the presence/absence of the figure, and social media sharing as community art practice. This exhibition bridges between the 2017-18 Fine Arts programming theme of ‘Shifting Landscapes’ and the 2018-19 theme of ‘The Body: Power, Meaning & Representation in Contemporary Art.’

Side Street is on view from July 20 – August 24