We are delighted that all KCAT Studio artists have work in Perceptions 2016: The Art of Citzizenship. The exhibtion features selected artworks from worldwide submissions from artists working in supported studios. Check out the Perceptions 2016 website to see dates and opening times of the nine different venues in Cork City.
The ‘Lost and Found’ exhibition at Filmbase in Temple Bar, Dublin opens on 1 Septmebr 2016 @ 5pm. It includes work by KCAT Studio artists Andrew Pike, Declan Byrne, Eileen Mulrooney, Fergus Fitzgerald, Jack Foskin, Jason Turner and Mary Cody and continues until 11 September.
The recent expansive retrospective exhibition of the work of KCAT Studio artist George McCutcheon, coincided with the launch of a planned series of books focusing on the individual practice of the KCAT studio artists. The first to be published was Georges, and the book can be purchased for €10, and details of how to buy this and other KCAT publications can be found here.
I Want To Know is a project involving four European partners. These are all specialist artist studios, Cooperations in Luxembourg, SKID in Germany, Pyramid of Arts in Leeds, and ourselves KCAT, in Callan, Ireland.
The project has been in development for some time, and allows learning, sharing and creative networking to happen between all groups. The focus is on the artists from each studio and allowing them to engage in new ways with each other and to be stimulated by new experiences and environments. Each studio artist from the groups will be able to go on at least one of the visits to another participating group.
So far we have visited Wiltz in Luxembourg, and Leeds in England. In October some of us are going to Uberlingen in Germany. The final leg of the project will see KCAT host the other three group early in 2015.