A Space for Lismore: Juneau Projects

St Carthage Hall
February - March 2018

St Carthage Hall

2018

2018

St Carthage Hall, Lismore Co. Waterford

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Every Spring Lismore Castle Arts runs the project A Space for Lismore, which seeks to engage directly with the local community in Lismore. In 2018 we invited Juneau Projects (Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler) to develop a collaborative print project with members of the Lismore community to produce a series of linocut illustrations to be included in a publication.

The starting point for the project was David Nash’s work ‘Three Lismore Columns’ in the lower gardens at Lismore Castle. They wrote a short science fiction style text that considered the sculpture from the perspective of the flora and fauna that encounter it: a fly landing on it, a mushroom growing next to it, a lichen spreading slowly on its surface.

The project made up one half of a two part publication exploring the similarities between Lismore and rural Vermont, USA, working in collaboration with Two Chairs curatorial practice. The publication examines the placement David Nash sculptures in both landscapes.

Workshops at St Carthage Hall
10am & 6pm Tuesday 13th March
10am Wednesday 14th March

Opening event
6pm Wednesday 14th March

Exhibition
Friday 16th - Sunday 18th March, 12 - 5pm.

Publication Launch
21st September (Culture Night).

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Opening Hours

Lismore Castle Arts
Monday to Sunday
10:30am – 5:30pm
March – October

St Carthage Hall
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays
12pm – 5pm
During exhibitions

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