Sunday, 14 November 2010

Are you free?

Here's one only for people who don't work full time. I mean seriously, is public art only for people who don't work regular hours?
 Thursday 25 November 2010, 4.30pm
 
Public Art Panel
 The Relevance of Public Art (Part II)
This is the second debate in a series that will explore the role of Public Art in modern society. Today’s talk will look at how Public Art now embraces many artforms and varied forms of expression. Has this brought art closer to the public or has it made art more confusing and oblique?
The panel will be chaired by Terre Duffy, Public Art Manager, Donegal County Council and panellists will be: writer, Dermot Bolger; choreographer, Fearghus Ó Conchúir; performance artist, Michelle Browne and arts writer and journalist Gemma Tipton.
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane in partnership with the Dublin City Public Art Programme, Dublin City Council Arts Office.
No booking necessary, however early arrival is recommended as places are limited.

2 comments:

Susan said...

Hi EW, I share your frustration about this. I wanted to apply for the Dermot Bolger seminar at the Irish Writers Centre and the writing space, but due to work commitments, that was impossible.

Totalfeckineejit said...

I'd love to go but I'm having my eyeballs waxed.