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Search Results for: DOMINIC THORPE

Another Expanse, a solo exhibition by Dominic Thorpe curated by WHAT


...minic interacted with everyday objects and gestures revealing some of the complexities around personal relationships and coping mechanisms. This exhibition comprises drawings and photographs which came from that performance. Dominic Thorpe is an Irish artist who works mainly in performance and sometimes in video, photography, drawing and installation. His work focuses on issues of social significance, often related to trauma and injustice. He...…

The Creative Well – Phase II

Case Studies

...n in many forms for all in Co. Kildare. The Creative Well is an ongoing partnership between KCC Arts Service, Kildare’s Arts and Wellbeing Specialist Carolann Courtney, the HSE Adult Mental Health Services and visual artists Dominic Thorpe and Emma Finucane, who engage with the project as an extension of their own socially engaged arts practice. The programme nurtures creativity and provides access to visual arts through the delivery of studio...…

The Creative Well exhibition and lecture series


...nhagen and can be found in many private and public collections including: OPW, AIB, DIT, and UCD. She is a founding member of OUTPOST studios, Bray, Co.Wicklow and is on the board of Blackchurch Print Studio, Dublin. Dominic Thorpe Dominic Thorpe is an Irish visual artist. He currently works at the Creative Well Riverbank Arts Centre Newbridge, the KCAT arts centre Kilkenny and currently tutors third level students on the arts and health module...…

Working with stories of other people’s traumatic experiences: Questions of responsibility as an artist


...nd International artists. In 2006 he received an MA in Fine Art Practice from the National College of Art and Design Dublin. He currently works at the Creative Well, Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge and at KCAT Arts Centre Kilkenny. Dominic is currently the first artist in residence at the humanities department of University College Dublin. www.dominicthorpe.net...…

The Creative Well exhibition at Riverbank Arts Centre


...human body are found in art all the way back to prehistoric carvings and cave paintings. This event will look at that history and introduce some of the ways the human figure is represented in Irish visual art today. Artists Dominic Thorpe, Mel French and Aideen Barry each work with the human figure in varied and diverse ways. They will talk about their artwork and raise questions about the aesthetics and politics of representing the human body...…

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