Jennifer Marshall, Curator of Education at Lismore Castle Arts, talks about ARTiculation Ireland
ARTiculation Ireland 2018
This year ARTiculation took place at the County Museum Tipperary on the 12 March 2018. Marie McMahon, Museum Curator, and Julia Walsh Education Officer adjudicated the Prize.
The winner was Iza Dullin of Loreto Secondary School, Clonmel and her presentation was on Freda Kahlo. Runner up was Ne Ne Lonergan from Presentation Secondary School, Clonmel – who presented on new Grange (A stone age burial monument) and 3rd place went to Aislinn Maher, Ursuline Secondary School, Thurles who presented on Kiki Smith.
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ARTiculation Ireland 2017
27 January 2017
Lismore Castle Arts
Adjudicated by Alice Maher and Margaret Organ
First Place: Monika Kosmowska; Bishopstown Community School, Cork; When is art “art”
Second Place: Emily Bourke; Ursuline Secondary School, Thurles; The Earth Without Art is just E…H
Third Place: Caoimhín Ó Miacháin; Gaelcholáiste_Phort_Láirge, Waterford; Wassily Kandinsky
Five regions took part: Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford; Crawford Art Gallery, Cork; Trinity College, Dublin; Tipperary Museum, Tipperary; Belfast Exposed Gallery, Belfast.
ARTiculation Ireland 2016
On Tuesday 12 April 2016, ARTiculation Ireland was hosted by Lismore Castle Arts, Co. Waterford.
The adjudicator was Sarah Glennie, Director, Irish Museum of Modern Art.
First Prize Winner: Ava Hayes for her presentation The physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living by Damien Hirst
Second Prize Winner: Tierna Lyons, The Couple by Louise Bourgeois
Third Prize Winner: Tadhg Brennan for his presentation Strongbow and Aoife by Daniel Maclise
ARTiculation Ireland 2015
The first ever ARTiculation Ireland launched successfully on Thursday 7 May at the Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, and was adjudicated by the artist Dorothy Cross. Presentations ranged from Monet’s Symphony in Rose (1900) to Marina Abramović’s Rhythm 0 (1974). ARTiculation Ireland was organised by Lismore Castle Arts, a not-for-profit initiative committed to the presentation and promotion of contemporary visual art in Southern Ireland.
First Prize Winner: Samantha Calthrop for her presentation Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes (1612-20)
Second Prize Winner: Jack Flynn for his presentation Paul Fryers, Lucifer (2008)
Third Prize Winner: Stephen O Connell for his presentation Marina Abramović, Rhythm 0 (1974)
For further information on ARTiculation Ireland please contact Jennifer Marshall, Education & Visitor Services Manager, Lismore Castle Arts
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