Cahoots Exhibition: A4 Sounds & Sample-Studios

‘CAHOOTS’ opens tonight at The Crypt in St Lukes Church, Cork, and runs from 20-27 March. I’m thrilled to be involved in this collaborative project with A4 Sounds and Sample-Studios where some of my work will be on show, including a hand-bound zine and a new letterpress poem print.

Link to event here!

About the exhibition: 

CAHOOTS: A4 Sounds with Sample-Studios
March 20th – 27th

The Crypt at St. Luke’s,
O’Mahony’s Avenue Entrance,
St. Luke’s Cross,
Cork City

Preview: Wednesday, March 20th 7 – 9 PM

Opening times:
Thursday 21st March to Wednesday 27th March 12 – 4.30 PM

Sample-Studios and TACTIC Cork are delighted to host a selection of artists from A4 Sounds Dublin this March in The Crypt at St. Luke’s. This exhibition is the second installment of a collaboration between Sample-Studios and A4 Sounds following the success of Sample’s members show in Dublin this January just gone.

CAHOOTS features work by 14 member artists from A4 Sounds, Dublin.

The Artists:

Aoife Balfe
Evelyn Broderick
Claudine Chen
Siobhan Clancy
James Delaney
Sarah Devereux
Roisin McGannon
Jess McKinney
Kate Bowe O’Brien
Lucy Peters
Frank Prendergast
Caoimhe Reynolds
Megan Scott
Yohann Walter

About A4 Sounds:

‘A4’s mission is to transform the means by which cultural works are produced, accessed, and understood in Ireland, and by doing so to contribute to the development of a more just society. We want to Make Art That Matters.

Our workspace is an extension of this work, intended as a participative socially engaged arts and education centre in Dublin. Drawing on the best elements from existing artist studios, maker spaces, social spaces and education practices both nationally and internationally, we are developing a unique model which both supports practitioners’ professional development and effects real social change in response to our needs as citizens and communities, and how we access and participate in arts and education.’

Sample-Studios and TACTIC Cork are kindly supported by Cork City Arts Office and the Arts Council of Ireland.

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