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Peter is a Galway native who has returned home after completing a degree in Fine Art/Painting at the Limerick School of Art and Design in 2014. His work examines the diversity of gender as a practiced and performed social construct while also confronting our habitual conflation of sex, gender, and sexuality
Maeve Curtis’ art practice is a meditation on the mysteries, anxieties and metaphysics which ghost around imaging technologies. A graduate of National University of Ireland, Galway she had a ten year corporate management career under her belt when she decided to study Fine Art. She gained a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art from Centre for Creative Arts and Media, GMIT, Ireland. In 2007, she was also awarded the AIB Graduate of the Year in Paint and Galway City & Galway County Council Emerging Artist Awards
Cecilia Danell is a Swedish artist based in Galway since 2004. She graduated from the GMIT in Galway in 2008 and was awarded Paint student of the year.
From Knock in Co. Mayo, Brid Egan is a Visual Artist, living and working in Galway. She is also the promoter of The Rosa Parks Art Gallery. Since graduating from GMIT (Cluain Mhuire Art College) in 2009 with Honours degree, and Student of the Year, in Art & Design, She converted her home into the Rosa Parks Art Gallery.
Nuala Ní Fhlathúin is from the Gaeltacht area in the West of Ireland. She received a BFA in Ceramics from GMIT, Galway, and an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Washington, Seattle. Her work has been exhibited in Ireland, the USA, Portugal and Georgia. In addition to her art practice she edits Nua-Ealaín, an Irish language website for the contemporary visual arts.
My practice is informed by architectural space, with the former medical school of UCD at Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin providing the source material for my current body of work. My visits to Earlsfort Terrace were triggered by a curiosity as to how the spaces had reinvented themselves since UCD’s move to the suburbs at Belfield. One significant change that caught my attention, was how the high ceilings of the former dissection room at Earlsfort which were designed to limit exposure to formaldehyde and the smells of the mortuary, now provide interesting acoustics for musicians of the National Concert Hall who rehearse in the space.
Michelle Hill is a native of Galway who graduated from CCAM, GMIT, with a BA (Hons.) in Fine Art in 2015. She works primarily in paint but also has a keen interest in photography. Drawing from the thousands of photographs she has taken over the last 18 years her work reflects and contemplates on the memories of people and places that have been meaningful in her life.
Seamus current work varies in themes, but always seems to connect the Man made world with that of the natural world and sprinkles of a Magical world that doesnt quite exist. Seamus works mostly in oil on canvas but has been known to incorporate Print, Sound and Video into his work as he deems necessary.
Eimearjean McCormack graduated in 2007 with an MA in Fine Art Printmaking from Camberwell College of Art, University of The Arts, London. She is prolific in presenting her work in exhibitions across Ireland as well as New York, Philadelphia, Detroit, London, France and China.
Angela is from Co. Galway and studied Art & Design in the 1980’s. Moved to Germany and came back to Ireland in the late 1990’s. Returned to art studies in 2003, attending GMIT (Chluain Mhuire) completing it with an Honours Degree in Art & Design (Paint) in 2006. Lives in Galway City.
Vicky Smith is an award winning visual artist, arts educator & administrator from Galway City. She is a graduate from NCAD, Goldsmiths College and Crawford College of Art and Design with distinction. Her visual art practice is predominately installation and sculpturally based composed of paintings, photographs, appropriated moving images, text, found objects and film that explores feminist theoretical constructs today.
Joan Sugrue is a Galway based visual artist who obtained her degree in Fine Art (First Class Honours) in 2011 from GMIT and was awarded Student of the Year in Paint. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally including RDS Student Awards, Irish Wave III Bejing, China, Eigse and as part of the Kitchen Table Collective in Tulca (2011). In November 2012 she won the ARTSTAP Title Award for critical writing.