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Artist In Conversation – Karl Burke and Dr. Francis Halsall – Thursday 31 January, 6.30pm

Artist Karl Burke will be in conversation with Dr. Francis Halsall; art historian and co-director of the MA Art in the Contemporary World at NCAD Dublin. In association with Space Gathers Itself, an exhibition of work by Karl Burke, running until 09 February.
Karl Burke is an Irish artist and musician based in Dublin. A site specific practice of primary concern in Burke’s work is the symbiotic relationship between the art object, the space it inhabits and the experiential concerns related to viewership. The work is often minimal or reductive in appearance and takes the form of sculptural installations often utilising the mediums of steel and wood. Video, sound and the photographic image are utilised in other instances.

Francis Halsall is co-director of Master Programs, Art in the Contemporary World, at National College of Art and Design, Dublin and Research Fellow at the Department of Art History and Image Studies, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. His research involves three main areas: (1) Modern and Contemporary art; (2) Philosophical aesthetics (3) Systems Thinking. He has published and lectured widely in all areas.

Perspex Light Catcher Workshop with Susan Walsh – Sunday 03 Feb

2x 1.5 hour workshops at 10-11.30am & 12.15-1.45pm.

€5 per person (child/adult) – pay on arrival, advance booking advised. Email info@siriusartscentre.ie with the subject heading ‘Perspex Light Catcher Workshop’. Suitable for children 6+.

Join artist Susan Walsh in this collaborative parent and child perspex light catcher workshop. Use glass paints, alcohol inks and light permeable materials to create your own stained glass effect piece that can be hung in a window to reflect and refract sunlight.

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Sirius Suppers Presents: The Silken Same, 15 Feb

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Sirius Arts Centre, Friday 15 February
Food served from 7.30pm, music at 9pm sharp

€20 includes meal and music. Tickets available online at www.siriusartscentre.ie or through the office info@siriusartscentre.ie / 0214813790

The Silken Same are Galway duo Mossy Nolan and Colm McGowan. They draw on musical influences that are both familiar and exotic to the ear. Their’s is a sound that artfully combines the bygone and the new. Songs that on the face of it will seem instantly familiar, but that supplant the traditional with fresh melodic and conceptual ideas. The Silken Same are releasing their debut album in early 2019.

Sirius Suppers combine an evening of food and music, with evening meal provided by foodies Comida, followed by new music from the best of Ireland’s emerging artists. A sociable and affordable evening offering opportunities to hear new music and try out local fare, at Sirius Arts Centre.

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