Photography exhibition October 18

Pallas Projects / Studios Exhibition


Exhibition Comes highly recommended looking forward to seeing it

I Saw a Woman in Inverness Whom I Shall Never Forget—Curated by Josip Zanki

Antun Maračić, Andreja Kulunčić, Bojan Mucko and Ana Mušćet

Opening reception: 6–8pm Thursday 4th October 2018
Exhibition runs: Thursday 4th October – Saturday 20th October
Gallery open: 12-6pm Thursday – Saturday

The exhibition will be launched by Croatian Ambassador Ivan Mašina at the opening reception.

Artists and Curator Talk: at National College of Art and Design, Rupert Guinness Hall, on Thursday, October 4th at 12.30pm


Inspirational Arts Photography Award 2018

Check it out………… This is the ninth year of the Inspirational Arts most popular Photography Award

04/10/18 @the Libary Project  Temple Bar Dublin 6pm-8pm


The finalists of Inspirational Arts Photography Award 2018 are: Luke Faulkner from IADT (I’m Addicted To You, Don’t You Know That You’re Toxic), Mira Kalliomäki from GCD (The Miraculous Magic of Everything), Wanderley Massafelli from DIT (The Children of Oxóssl), and Grace McEvoy from LSAD (#000000)

Zurich Portrait Prize 2018

6 October 2018–13 January 2019
Room 23 | Free admission

Beautiful Portraits here are the photographic works that will be on exhibit

We want to congratulate and wish them all the best of luck.   2 of our darkroom friends, Mandy O’Neil and Robert Ellis have been selected, both who teach on the Art of Photography course 


An exhibition of the shortlisted portraits will open on 6 October 2018

This is the fifth year of our annual portrait prize competition showcasing contemporary portraiture, and this year we are delighted to welcome Zurich on board as sponsors. The competition attracts entries from across the island of Ireland, and from Irish artists living abroad. One artist receives a prize of €15,000 and a commission worth €5,000 to produce a new work for inclusion in the National Portrait Collection. Two additional prizes of €1,500 will be awarded to highly commended works by our 2018 judging panel –  Tanya Kiang, Geraldine O’Neill, and Sue Rainsford – and will be announced on 22 October.


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