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KCAT is looking for a Studio Facilitator (P/T)

KCAT wishes to appoint a part-time Studio Facilitator. The position requires a good knowledge of visual art techniques and a good understanding of art facilitation. The successful candidate is a practicing artist with experience of exhibiting work, will have a passion for arts participation centered cultural work and be expected to support high quality artist led development for all the KCAT Studio artists.

Applications, including cover letter stating your suitability for this position and a current CV should be sent to the Centre Coordinator by email to anja@kcat.ie

Link to Job Description
Link to Application form

Closing Date: The closing date for applications is 1 pm, 15th December 2017

KCAT is looking for a Studio Facilitator (P/T)

KCAT wishes to appoint a part-time Studio Facilitator. The position requires a good knowledge of visual art techniques and a good understanding of art facilitation. The successful candidates will have a passion for arts participation centered cultural work and be expected to support high quality artist led development for all the KCAT Studio artists.

Applications, including cover letter stating your suitability for this position and a current CV should be sent to the Centre Coordinator by email to anja@kcat.ie


Link to Job Description
Link to Application form


Closing Date: The closing date for applications is 4 pm, 17th October 2014

Visit the ‘Tropics of Callan’


This exhibition feature 14 artists from the now famous KCAT Studio. This group has being together for the last 15 years. These artist have been the focus of The documentary film shown on RTE Living Colour. The artistic development continuous and is visible in this latest show.

Declan Byrne will show one of his most recent works a large canvas titled the wedding night. Thomas Barron presents his latest paintings of strong composition of colour and texture alongside vibrant floral paintings by Lorna Corrigan. There is also images of local sites by Margret Walker and familiar landscapes by Eileen Mulrooney.

This is also a chance to catch the first public viewing of  the dramatic developments in Mary Cody, new style. These are truly remarkable and striking paintings. on top of this you also have Jack Foskin most recent series of pattern paintings, George McCutcheon’s wood relief paintings, Francis Casey’s quirky portraits of well known faces, Fergus Fitzgerald’s Sicilian Temple and Andrew Pikes waiting for Bucket.

Then there is Jason Turner’s birds lured by Karl FitzGerald’s fluid Landscapes and Sinead Fahey’s Exotic birds in tropical colours.

The exhibition will be open Sunday 28th July – Sunday 4th August 2013, 12pm- 5pm

There is no official opening, but there will be a visual arts trail on Saturday 3rd August, 3pm-5pm

The old Co-op.

Green Street, Callan, Co. Kilkenny