You are invited to the opening of Flowers Floating Either Way, a retrospective exhibition of work by Sinéad Fahey on Saturday 1st July 2017 @ 3.00pm. Continues until Sunday 9th July, open daily 12pm – 5pm.
Also opening 1st July is ‘Life and Local’ a joint exhibition by Noel McCormack and KCAT Studio artist Margaret Walker at 4.30 pm in St. Brigid’s College, Callan
Artists Pauline Cummins and Frances Mezzetti are commencing a Bealtaine Residency at KCAT, 8-12 May. As part of KCAT’s Engagement programme, the artists will work alongside KCAT’s studio artists with a view to exploring working relationships and researching potential future partnerships over longer durations. Come join us for a special Artists’ Breakfast with Pauline and Frances on Friday 12 May in Fennelly’s, Callan. Enjoy breakfast in the company of the artists as they reflect on their experiences with KCAT and discuss how these residencies affect their practice.
Gypsy Ray will bring her vast experience and specialist knowledge to this series of four workshops. Gypsy wants each participant to have the opportunity to create something unique and purpose matched to themselves. Whether you are looking to make; a sketch book, a piece of art, an artist’s journal, or a memory book, Gypsy will guide you in the right direction.
Jubilant and celebratory, the Kilkenny Collective for Arts Talent blends art with disability care to create a studio like no other.
Entering KCAT, an art studio for people of mixed abilities in Callan, Co Kilkenny, is an experience you are unlikely to forget. Passing beneath a three-storey mural of what looks like a mischievous bandit balancing a multicoloured building on his turban, you progress through a cut-stone portal, carved by KCAT artists, and find yourself inside a building decked with artworks of such untrammeled vibrancy and colour that you can’t help but want to start painting yourself. (Irish Time Magazine, Saturday, Jan 14, 2017)
Our dear friend Karl Fitzgerald passed away in the early morning of Sunday the 20th of November. He died peacefully in his sleep. Karl was a founding member of Camphill Jerpoint since April 1992 and was a few days short of his 64th birthday. Karl was a practicing artist and an integral member of the KCAT Studio. Karl enjoyed life and we are glad he brought this joy to KCAT for many years. We will miss his friendship, sense of humour, his dedication to his art and that smile!