Congratulations to CIT CCAD graduates selected for Carlow Arts Festival

26 May, 2016

Carlow Arts Festival and VISUAL Carlow present ART WORKS, the 37th annual open submission exhibition and art prize. Running for 10 days at VISUAL and St Patrick’s College, in a quick burst, this exhibition celebrates the energy, creative power and diversity of visual arts practices in Ireland. It features work by artists selected from open submission as well as 5 invited artists; Stephen McKenna, Denis McNulty, Aideen Barry, Jaki Irvine and Brian Duggan. This year ART WORKS has been selected by Annie Fletcher, Senior Curator, Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven & Claire Feeley, Producer Barbican, London.

The Selected Artists Rebecca Bradley, Bridget O’Gorman, Tom Climent, Tracy White Fitzgerald, Doireann Ní Ghrioghair, Jenny Brady, Jennifer Trouton, Gabhann Dunne, Susan Mac William, Bennie Reilly, Marcel Vidal, Mark P Cullen, Martina O’Brien, Bartosz Kolata, David Beattie, Paul Hallahan, Helen Blake, Stephen Morris, Robert Dunne, Blaise Smith, Susan Connolly, Katie Watchorn, Patrick Redmond, Paddy Joe Rickard, Michelle Deignan, Maria O’Brien, Mella Travers, Michelle Browne, Hanneke van Ryswyk, Hugh McGettigan, Cecile Johnson Soliz, Jane Raine, Vera Ryklova,  Alan Phelan, Lee Welch, Seán Guinan, Samuel Tobin, Roisin Lewis, Anna Boyle, Gypsy Ray, Tommie Lehane, Paul Mosse, Tom Fitzgerald, Mandy O Niell, Jonathan Mayhew, Tia Vellani, Kate Nolan, Michelle Byrne, Meghan Heeney, Gregory Sean Sheehan, Richard Carr, Kevin Gaffney and Joan Sugrue. The Hotron Éigse Prize of €3000 for an outstanding piece of work and the Hotron ART WORKS prize of €1000 for work by a recent graduate will be presented at the ART WORKS Party on June 16 at 8pm.

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