SEA Foundation visited Ormond Studios

  We had a lovely afternoon yesterday in the studios meeting with Riet van Gerven, Jan-Willem van Rijnberk and Valeria Ceregini from SEA Foundation, The Netherlands. They also gifted us with a beautiful handmade artist’s book by a SEA Foundation resident, Sidney Aelbrecht. We look forward to meeting them again and hopefully collaborating in theContinue reading “SEA Foundation visited Ormond Studios”

November 17th Artist Talks: Nollaig Molloy, Dorota Borowa & Sarah Edmondson

Join us in our new space at 4 Ormond Quay for an evening of presentations and discussion with three emerging artists. Nollaig Molloy, an artist based in the west of Ireland, along with Dorota Borowa and Sarah Edmondson from Ormond Studios, will share their work and talk about their practice. Due to limited capacity, pleaseContinue reading “November 17th Artist Talks: Nollaig Molloy, Dorota Borowa & Sarah Edmondson”

Ormond Studios are Relocating to a New Space at No. 4 Ormond Quay, Dublin 1

Ormond Studios, having spent 7 years at No. 6 Ormond Quay in the heart of Dublin City, are relocating to a new space approximately 20 feet westwards, to No. 4 Ormond Quay. While retaining our central location in close proximity to galleries and other cultural initiatives, the new space will enable Ormond Studios to continueContinue reading “Ormond Studios are Relocating to a New Space at No. 4 Ormond Quay, Dublin 1”

Ormond Studios Artist in Residence Screening at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham

Sinead Keogh, Ormond Studios current artist in residence, will be exhibiting her latest moving image piece ‘Dracula (Love Never Dies)’ at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Saturday the 29th of October. It will be screened as part of event ‘Prohibition: The Beautiful and the Damned’. ‘Dracula (Love Never Dies)’ is commissioned by TheContinue reading “Ormond Studios Artist in Residence Screening at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham”

Project Residency: Sinead Keogh

Ormond Studios are pleased to award emerging artist Sinead Keogh the first ‘Project Residency’, a new addition to our programming. This award entails a fully subsidised short-term studio space, technical support and PR to enable the development of a piece of work, leading to a specific exhibition or commission. This residency offers time, space and equipmentContinue reading “Project Residency: Sinead Keogh”

Wayward Fruit Tree, Group Exhibition Opening 15.09.16 Ormond Studios

Wayward Fruit Tree Dorota Borowa, Chloe Brenan, Niamh Coffey, Nessa Darcy, Sarah Edmondson, Kieran Gallagher, Mary-Jo Gilligan, Jessica Kelly, Helen Mac Mahon and Keshet Zur. Preview 15.09.16 (6-8pm) Culture Night 16.09.16 (5-11pm) Saturday 17.09.16 (2-5pm)   “Do the books that writers don’t write matter? It’s easy to forget them, to assume the apocryphal bibliography mustContinue reading “Wayward Fruit Tree, Group Exhibition Opening 15.09.16 Ormond Studios”

Laura Poff -There is nothing more…

There is Nothing More… There is Nothing More… is the first solo exhibition by Laura Poff. Her practice is predominantly drawing based and also encompasses sculpture and installation. Through repetitive methods and actions, she creates works that endeavour to evoke something of the meditative state involved in their construction. She references organic forms and patterns,Continue reading “Laura Poff -There is nothing more…”

VIDEO POOL #2 with Mary-Jo Gilligan and Jessica Kelly

Mary-Jo Gilligan and Jessica Kelly will hold an open studio event in the project space on Sunday 20th March at 7:30pm: We are currently collaborating on ‘A Dancer Drowned’, a project about movement and immersion in an interconnected world. As part of our process, we are sharing videos with each other on these themes. YouContinue reading “VIDEO POOL #2 with Mary-Jo Gilligan and Jessica Kelly”