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  • Become a Volunteer | The Dock
    in areas including theatre visual arts and marketing Would you like to learn new skills see great performances meet new people and have fun All while supporting your local arts centre We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people to assist us in a variety of areas in the theatre in the galleries assisting at workshops or to help with our mail outs For further information please contact Ciara McCormac

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/about/support/volunteer (2016-02-12)
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  • Become an Angel | The Dock
    programme Become an Angel The Docks Angels Club provides discounted tickets for its members to designated shows from our year round programme For an annual subscription of just 25 individual or 30 Business Angels are entitled to purchase two tickets to designated shows for just 10 each That s a minimum discount of 40 Better still Angels may pass this offer on any designated show to a friend or business

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/about/support/angels (2016-02-12)
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  • Help us Do More | The Dock
    The Dock Support Us Venue Hire Tech Specs Governance Cookies Privacy Policy Box Office 071 9650828 Search Help us About We always want to do more but in order to do more we need additional funds If you feel you are in a position to help us with a financial donation of any size we would love to hear from you Help Us Do More The Dock is a registered charity Charity No 16668 and a publically funded arts organisation We are extremely grateful for the continuing funding support of Leitrim Council and The Arts Council This funding combined with revenue from ticket sales allows us to programme the very best in visual art music theatre comedy dance classes workshops and more for the people in our community and visitors to County Leitrim We always want to do more but in order to do more we need additional funds If you feel you are in a position to help us with a financial donation of any size we would love to hear from you Please contact Paul Cunningham pcunningham leitrimcoco ie About What We Do People Contacts History of The Dock Support Us Become a Volunteer Become an Angel Help

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/about/support/help (2016-02-12)
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  • Commission an Education Project | The Dock
    House Discover Leitrim Join our Mailing List News About What We Do People Contacts History of The Dock Support Us Venue Hire Tech Specs Governance Cookies Privacy Policy Box Office 071 9650828 Search Commission About Arts Education for all is central to The Dock s mission as an Arts Centre serving the community Commission an Education project Arts Education for all is central to The Dock s mission as an Arts Centre serving the community We are committed to ensuring that all those within our community can access and benefit from a meaningful interaction with art and artists from across the spectrum We develop and fund a range of education projects annually These are designed for children and adults of all ages and backgrounds If you would like to help us make an even more exciting and worthwhile programme by donating money or indeed your expertise and ideas we would love to talk to you Contact our Education Officer Laura Mahon lmahon leitrimcoco ie About What We Do People Contacts History of The Dock Support Us Become a Volunteer Become an Angel Help us Do More Commission an Education Project Venue Hire Tech Specs Governance Cookies Privacy Policy Home Visit

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/about/support/education (2016-02-12)
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  • Anita Groener, Phil Foley, Julie Merriman, Cliodhna Timoney and Chanelle Walshe. | The Dock
    their status as both everyday experiences and objects of possible aesthetic contemplation He has recently graduated from GMIT and is a member of Galway based Itsa Collective His interests are in drawing histories and documentation His works are a documentation of the extraordinary in the everyday Foley is currently developing a suite of drawings in response to the recent flooding crisis s in rural Ireland Julie Merriman s works are part of a new series of drawings that continue her research into the drawing languages and methodologies of other professions Currently she is examining early analogue reprography devices developed to reproduce the drawings of architects and engineers circa 1840 during this period photography was also in its infancy and I am researching links between the development of the two processes These new drawings are made using 16mm typewriter carbon film pinned horizontally to a drawing surface The act of drawing on these carbon strips interrupts the flow of information creating a slippage in the imagery that is important to the reading of this work Merriman currently has a solo exhibition Revisions at the Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin which is the culmination of a year long engagement within Dublin City Council departments in Housing Architects and Engineering Chanelle Walshe graduated from NCAD in 2010 Her work suggests the presence of an unknowable energy within forms such as pelvic bones lungs hearts and landscape She is interested in death rebirth and regeneration with particular focus on the permeable transitory boundary that exists between them Walshe works in series using a framework of documenting drawing and painting Her primary interests lie in both the self destructive and regenerative qualities of both Man and Earth She looks at land and the body in a way where each inhabits the other Walshe has a traditional and romantic connection to Irish land heritage and treasures She views bones and organs as relics buried rising unearthed and then revived or inhabited Her work is influenced by ideas about consciousness unconsciousness and inbetween states of being Walshe s paintings impart land and body as a microcosm of an ever expanding universe She will be taking up a residency with Custom House Gallery and Studios in Westport in 2016 Cliodhna Timoney s drawings can be seen as an accumulation of data and languages deriving from a number of sources such as the history of painting and pop culture Her objects and sculptures are extensions of these drawings She uses overlooked materials in an attempt to translate the drawings and transitory nature of the drawings into a sculptural setting For this exhibition Timoney is looking in particular at craft and folk art She references mundane household objects removing their function to create a purely visual and sensual viewing experience The pieces blur the lines between representation and abstraction Timoney graduated with 1st Class Honours from Visuals Arts Practice in IADT in 2015 Recent exhibitions include Quantum Leap FIS Tullamore IADT graduate exhibition The Beholders Share IMMA Have A Nice Life

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/exhibitions/a-knowing-nature (2016-02-12)
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  • Americana The Future Rural | The Dock
    back to 2005 2008 when she was artist in residence More recently Linda has been curator in residence with Roscommon Arts Centre Roscommon Arts Office supported by the Arts Council Linda s curatorial projects emphasise the idea that the visual is an assimilatory process continuously at work in the construction of cultural political personal and national identities Her interests are in histories and their intersection with the present and in how traditions in art can be revealed through research in archaeology history technology and ethnography M12 Collective is known for groundbreaking and award winning creative projects that explore the aesthetics of rural cultures and landscapes M12 is an interdisciplinary group based in Colorado on the American High Plains that create context based art works research projects and education programs Working in the fields of art and design they favour projects that are centered in rural areas and which can be developed through dialogical and collaborative approaches Their projects explore community identity and the value of often under represented rural communities and their surrounding landscapes They strive to be stewards of effective local and global creative problem solving and a community resource for evolutionary thinking and innovative communication Kim Shively is a filmmaker based in Denver Colorado Her work leans towards the strange the haunting the beautiful and the damned and is currently in the post production stages of a documentary short about the 1961 film The Misfits Kim Shively will be presenting a film installation Tumbleweed Over the last century the tumbleweed has embodied the roaming frontier spirit of the American West it has been romanticized and many times objectified reinforcing our pastoral dreams of the country But today an ecological war has ensued in the high plains region a battle fought by farmers against a brazen and bold plant

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/exhibitions/americana-the-future-rural (2016-02-12)
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  • LANDSCAPE MACHINE,  Marielle MacLeman | The Dock
    Friday 10 30am 5 30pm Saturday 10 30am 5 00pm LANDSCAPE MACHINE presents a collection of works by Marielle MacLeman as part of an ongoing inquiry into our relationship with landscape Her drawings and installations look at how landscape is managed mapped protected and packaged translating the interplay between recreation and resource in the pursuit of solitude the Arcadian ideal or industrial advances The exhibition sees the artist s own quiet interventions in the landscape merge with those of scaled production and consumerism Taking its title from the award winning garden city project of Carbonia work in LANDSCAPE MACHINE embodies MacLeman s fascination with the shifting narratives of a site Recent works examine the complex relationships of site as a point of raw materials narrative and making abstracted sculptural records of journeys to inner city wasteland or rural retreats Incorporating blankets and rugs for their connotations of place making and travel these works reference notions of the souvenir where the discarded or fallen is collected sorted and reconfigured Concerned with exploring the limits of materials she grinds remnants of campfires to render botanical studies of their surrounds and makes grass paper maps from the excavated site of a picnic Other works articulate shifts in farming and textile industries through the fugitive plant dyes used to colour wool before being woven or hand tufted as carpet Marielle MacLeman is a Galway based visual artist working across drawing object making installation and participative projects Her work looks at the human disposition to invent to collect and to learn and the associations these have with identity status social mobility and lore Examining historic or shifting narratives her practice is often site specific in nature and frequently adopts the materials documentation and display methods of a given area of research whilst employing protracted processes

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/exhibitions/landscape-machine (2016-02-12)
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  • Exhibition Archive | The Dock
    Discover Leitrim Join our Mailing List News About What We Do People Contacts History of The Dock Support Us Venue Hire Tech Specs Governance Cookies Privacy Policy Box Office 071 9650828 Search Exhibition Archive Please enable JavaScript to use the archive filters 2016 All 2016 2015 A Z All A K M P More Info People Places Faces A response to the events of 1916 12 January 23 January Home

    Original URL path: http://www.thedock.ie/exhibitions/archive/year/2016 (2016-02-12)
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