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Cork: Goulding’s Music

Cork: Goulding’s Music

The Lavit Gallery presents a solo exhibition of new work by Tim Goulding, drawn from his latest series, ‘Music’. Goulding has worked in series for many years, often spending three or four years on one subject. These collections can be radically different in both style and content, but always stay true as a response to what appears in his life, both visually and emotionally. Musical staves form the basis of these new works, giving structure to additional ‘voices’ and orchestration.
Tim Goulding: 22 October – 21 November

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Limerick: EVA phase 1

Limerick: EVA phase 1

The 39th EVA International takes place on a phased basis, with the first phase including venue-based, online and offsite presentations. Based on the ‘Golden Vein’, a 19th-century descriptor for the agricultural bounty of the Limerick region, the programme addresses the land and its contested values in the context of Ireland today. Venues include Limerick City Gallery of Art and the Hunt Museum.
39th EVA International: 18 September – 15 November

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Cobh: Unsettled earth

Cobh: Unsettled earth

The Sirius Arts Centre presents ‘Visions of an Unsettled Earth’, featuring works by Cork-based artists Debbie Godsell, Fiona Kelly and Sarah O’Flaherty through the mediums of print, sculpture and photography. An iteration of an exhibition that the artists organised at the Town Hall Gallery, Macroom, in 2018, the exhibition at Sirius includes additional recent works by each artist. They explore ideas of temporality, transience and transformation in the environment – the landscape is a continuous collaboration or negotiation between nature and human interaction.
Visions of an Unsettled Earth: until 31 October

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Cork: Cork 1920

Cork: Cork 1920

St Peter’s arts and heritage visitor centre is hosting an exhibition marking the historic events of 1920. A tumultuous year in the life of the city, the exhibition, ‘Cork 1920 – The Burning of a City’, brings this centenary to the fore. It uncovers thought-provoking stories from the period using archival material, historic photographs and compelling witness statements. The exhibition highlights the events that led to the destruction of swathes of the city by fire in December 1920, tracing its impact on the city’s citizens in the aftermath. It will be accompanied by a series of gatherings, talks and workshops.
Due to Covid-19 exhibition dates have changed. Please check the venues website for further details

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