Kerry artists at Dingle’s Creativity and Innovation Hub
Courthouse Studios and Dingle Creativity and Innovation Hub have joined forces to showcase Kerry artists and writers at the Dingle Hub. Visitors to the Digital Hub will have the chance to see a high level of work that reflects current professional practice whilst giving artists the opportunity to showcase their work to new audiences.
Studio and associate studio artists are Morley Hill, Siobhán Dempsey, Andrew Duggan, Nicholas McLachlan, Laura Fitzgerald, Spalla Gap, Caoimhghin Ó’Fraithile and Bláithín Mac Donnell
Initiated by Maggie Breen, Creativity Consultant at Dingle Hub in collaboration with Andrew Duggan, artist/curator at Courthouse Studios, Dingle, this new initiative will be launched on Culture night, Friday 20th 2019
For further information contact:
Dingle Creativity and Innovation Hub
+353 66 9150140
Courthouse Studios is kindly supported by Kerry County Council and Ealaín na Gaeltachta.
The word ‘eisc’ or sometimes ‘eask’ appears in mountain place names in Irish: Eisc an Tairbh [bull] and Eisc na mBroc [badger] to mean ravine, fissure or fault. [from Irish Hill and Mountain Names database compiled by Simon Stewart] and is a possible explaination of the etymology of ‘Eask Tower’ and ‘Dun Eask’ which can be seen from the Dingle Hub. It is used in this instance to curatorially stress a preoccupation artists in the exhibition have in trying to find alternate ways to define [our relationship to] place and landscape.