Tuesday, July 28, 2015

WORKSHOPS: Sewing, Dublin

 
 
 
 
 
We have added more classes to our summer schedule!!

We are not sure if people are finishing their summer dresses or getting a head start on their winter wardrobe, it doesn't matter, due to demand we have added the following courses to our summer schedule:

Four Week Evening Classes
Tuesday 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th August,   7-10pm,   €150
Wednesday 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th August,   7-10pm,   €150

Summer Sewing & Design Camp (10-12 year olds)
Monday 24th to Friday 28th August,   9.30am-2.30pm,   €195

Sewing Skills Bootcamp
Saturday 22nd & 29th August,   10am-4.30pm,   €195
Saturday 5th & 12th September,   10am-4.30pm,   €195

Please note that there are limited places available so book soon to avoid disappointment.
 
Booking: 087 953 6818, Maebh@seweasy.ie
More info: www.seweasy.ie


CALLOUT: Knitters Wanted



Calling all KNITTERS we need your HELP with a special LauraLynn Tree Cosy for our Family Fun Day next month. 

If you could help by donating some time and/or knitted patches please email fundraising@lauralynn.ie


OPPORTUNITY: Commission, Dublin


DLR Lexicon Visual Art Commission; Open Submisssion


Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council wishes to commission two visual artists to create a new body of work which will culminate in an exhibition (by each artist) in the DLR Lexicon Gallery.

The theme of the commission is to create a new body of work that is responsive to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County. Applicants are invited to engage with the geographic, cultural and or social context of the area.

Two artists will be selected by way of an open submission selection process. Each artist will be paid a commission of €10,000 and will be given an agreed period of time to undertake the commission. The resultant artworks will be displayed in the DLR Lexicon Gallery over a five to seven week period in 2016 or 2017. Applications are invited from artists who have are living in, working in or originally from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown or who have studied visual art in the county.  

The theme of the commission is to create a new body of work that is responsive to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County. Applicants are invited to engage with the geographic, cultural and/or social context of the area.
 
Two artists will be selected by way of an open submission selection process. Each artist will be paid a commission of €10,000 and will be given an agreed period of time to undertake the commission. The resultant artworks will be displayed in the dlrLexIcon Gallery over a five to seven week period (including installation and take-down),in 2016 or 2017 at dates mutually agreed by the selected artist and the dlr Arts Office. The number of artworks to be included in the exhibition will be agreed between the commissioner and the artist prior to the signing of contracts. The artist must take into account the exhibition space and must create a body of work suitable to that context. Please refer to the gallery policy ( www.dlrcoco.ie/arts ) for further details about our programming priorities.


Deadline: 23rd of September 2015, 12 noon

OPPORTUNITY: Commission, Dublin


Design & Crafts Council of Ireland 
 
Design and Craft Council of Ireland in partnership with  The National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts & History is seeking expressions of interest from designers and makers interested in working within the context of marking the centenary of the 1916 Rising and the theme of collective identity. The aim is to create a new contemporary collaborative design work utilising the NMI’s Decorative Arts & History Collections as a key resource.

EXHIBITION: Niki Collier, Dublin

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EXHIBITION: Claire Merry, Dublin

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RETREAT: Knitting, Yoga & Mindfullness Retreat, Iceland

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 Knitting, Yoga & Mindfulness Retreat in Iceland 

1st - 6th October 2015

West Iceland is the perfect destination for a knitting retreat, because of the long-established knitting tradition in the area. This, combined with yoga, mindfulness and sightseeing will make this trip an unforgettable experience.

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