Gift Certificates for KCAT Courses are now available.
Gifts of amounts from 25 euro to 100 euro can be purchased for your friends and families, these are then redeemed for KCAT Courses or against Art works from our Studio Artists’ Portfolios.
Call KCAT on 0567755115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your Gift Vouchers
The Laois Arthouse Gallery, Stradbally, Co. Laois cordially invites you to the opening reception of And Then I Paint, an exhibition of paintings by KCAT Studio artist Lorna Corrigan on Saturday 15 October 2016 at 3pm. Official opening by Elizabeth Cope, artist, Paulstown, Co. Kilkenny. The exhibtion runs until 4 November 2016. Opening times: Tuesday and Thursday 1-5pm and 5.30-8pm, Saturday 10am-1pm, except on Bank Holidays, entry through library. Wednesday and Friday 1-4pm, entry through Laois Arthouse. For more details contact 057-8664033 or email@example.com
Equinox Theatre Company presents a public performance of The M House work-in-progress on Wednesday 4th of May at 2.30 pm in the GB Shaw Theatre in Visual, Carlow, followed by an audience feedback session
The M house is an institution. But it’s also just a cube. A 6 foot x 6 foot by 6foot cube. Inside this cube live seven people.
Upstairs a committee of seven make decisions about the inhabitants of the M house.
…And then there’s Middleman. He’s the middle man in middle management. He’s the go-between, between the M house and Upstairs.
Our very own Fintin Kelly – whom you might know from treading the boards with the Equinox Theatre Company – is mounting a one man show:
HERE BE DRAGONS!
Since January, Fintin has been working with fellow theatre professional Damian Punch to devise, improvise, explore and create a unique and special piece of multi-media theatre.
Fintin will be using both film and live action to tell his story that will be performed as part of the Abhainn Ri Festival (22nd -29th June Callan, Co. Kilkenny).
To help Fintin fund this theatrical endeavour we have set up a Fund It campaign. We are asking for €650 and this money will go toward costuming, technical operations, set and stage managing.
So now we send out a call to those who have supported us in the past to help us achieve our goal of reaching €650. This is an important piece of theatre, where we have two professionals collaborating to create innovative inclusive theatre and any help that we can receive will go a long way toward making this as accomplished as we know it deserves to be.
We don’t ask for something in return for nothing however! Fantastic rewards are available, free posters, free books and perhaps even the odd free ticket abound!
So for more details on the rewards, on the production or to donate money please visit:
Two dynamic exhibitions of work by KCAT tutors Saturio Alonso and Paul Bokslag will opening this month.
‘Campos de Castilla y otras Mitologías’ (Fields of Castile and other Mythologies) will be opening at the Sala de Exposiciones Palacio de la Audiencia in Saturio’s home city of Soria. It will run from March 16th to April 14th.
Paul Bokslag presents his papercuts at the Signal Arts Centre in Bray, Co. Wicklow the work can be seen between the 13th – 25th March.
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Wednesday 30 November 2011 – 6 pm
Waterford Central Library
An Alternative History of Stone Age Man, according to Jack Foskin
b. 1987 Waterford.
Jack Foskin is a native of Butlers town Co Waterford, and has pursued and developed his passion for art and creativity since he left school in 2003 . After studying at Grennan Mill Craft School, he furthered his learning in KCAT Art and Study Centre in Callan where he studied fine art on the full time art courses and developed his painting skills. In 2007 Jack joined the studio group in KCAT. Following the inclusion in a range of group shows, he is now very excited to present his latest body of work in a solo exhibition titled ‘An Alternative History of Stone Age Man according to Jack Foskin’ at Waterford Central Library.
Since joining the studio group Jack has developed his own unique style of painting which is unmistakably his. His combination of layers and washes with a thick, impasto application of acrylic paint makes key elements of his canvases richly textured and almost three dimensional.
The subject of Jacks painting are just as curious as his technique as he has created an alternative history of stone age man. In the paintings there are images of four eyed people in their everyday activities such as hunting, fishing, dancing and the playing of musical instruments in celebration. In this exhibition there are large canvases depicting the native animals that the four eyed people hunted such as woolly rhinoceroses, elk, woolly mammoths, giant birds and fish. Jack has also devised a map of where these four eyed people live so the viewer can have a broader understanding of their existence.
This alternative world has slowly developed by Jack over the past 3 years, his imagination being fuelled by his love of comic books, graphic novels and science fiction novels. He has had a life time interest in history and anthropology and animal life. Other strong influences are tribal art and outsider art, all of which is visible in the Alternative History of Stone Age man.
Led by tutor Jean Conroy, students on the FETAC Level 5 full-time course presented beautiful willow sculptures for the Crafts Council Garden at Bloom. They really enhanced the whole look and feel of the garden. It was a very successful event this year with over 90,000 visitors over the few days. The pieces were strategically placed at all of the entry points to the garden to give them maximum visibility and there was enormous interest in them from the public. Well done to all involved. More images of the Garden can be viewed by clicking on the link http://gallery.me.com/ccoi#104526