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Mason Hayes & Curran Annual Art Exhibition

On Wednesday the 6th of December MHC hosted their end of year Annual Art Exhibition in their offices on Barrow Street.

"The exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to view work from contemporary and emerging artists in the unique surroundings of our atrium with its bespoke Corban" Walker sculpture.'


IADT On Show 2023 took place in May 2023. 

The exhibition show cased the graduating class of 2023. 

"Discover a new generation of creative talent at IADT"

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In the making — IADT at Pallas Projects

In the making presents a taste of the future. For three weeks in February 2023, Pallas Projects provides an exciting platform for emerging art practices, hosting three consecutive exhibitions of new work by degree year students from IADT’s BA in Art. Conceived as an experiment in learning through exhibition-making, the project has been developed with guidance from PP/S co-curator Gavin Murphy and assistance from post-graduate students on IADT’s MA in Art & Research Collaboration (ARC). Each exhibition will provide an early-stage glimpse into the ideas, materials and techniques currently being researched and tested by the BA students and a valuable opportunity for them to extend their practices beyond the IADT studios.

In the making is conceived in three instalments, titled Milk, Butter, and Bread. A series of invited respondents have been asked to engage with a specific instalment and will be in conversation with IADT students as part of the exhibition’s public programme.

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By Áine Osborne and Vanessa Zelek

28th September 2023 - 5th October 2023


Exchanges is the cumulation of a year of working side by side for Áine Osborne and Vanessa Zelek. The two recent graduates from IADT have been sharing a studio space in both Dublin and Lisbon for the past year, creating distinct works side by side that inevitably speak to one another and speak to the relationship between the artists. 

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Small Things Like These

"Cork County Council presents a group exhibition titled Small Things Like These after Claire Keegan’s novel of the same name. The novel is set in the weeks leading up to Christmas in the mid-80s and captures the busyness of the season, the family traditions, and also the complicit silences of a town. For Small Things Like These, LHQ Gallery are presenting almost 100 works by 85 artists, craftspeople and designers that are relatively small in scale. The exhibition at LHQ Gallery will take place from December 1st to 22nd. There will be an opening event on Thursday 30 November at 6pm, all are welcome."

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