New from the Winter 2018 edition. From this year’s RDS Visual Artists Awards, ‘a snapshot of the best of 2018 graduates from across the island of Ireland’, whittled down from a longlist of some 121 graduates to a lucky thirteen, not one Irish art graduate with a painting portfolio was selected Read More
New from the Winter 2018 edition. The Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) Annual Exhibition had a record number of artists and their work on show this year, but the real record-breaker was the appointment last month of their first female President in its 195-year history, Abigail O’Brien Read More
It’s not easy for young artists fresh out of art college to find space to show their work. A new initiative between Dublin Airport (a subsidiary of daa), Business to Arts and the National College of Art and Design (NCAD), ‘Creative Journeys’ is a two-year public art programme Read More
In the Spring edition of the Irish Arts Review, it is stated that ‘the Arts Council has increased the Cnuas payments from €12,180 per annum to €20,000 per annum over the next three years.’ That statement was taken from an Arts Council Press Release in 2008 and unfortunately did not come to pass – to date at any rate.