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Live Collision presents
Dates: 25 Apr - 28 Apr
Show Time: 11am - 7pm
A curated selection of work from the Live Art Development Agency (LADA)’s Study Room has toured to Live Collision each year, representing topics such as feminism, sexuality, disability and race in relation to Live Art practices. This year we will host a selection of 12 short reads from LADA’s Study Room with a focus on issues of race, migration and displacement.
The Live Art Development Agency’s Study Room is one of the most (if not *the* most) important archives in the UK on experimental theatre, performance and Live Art. It has one of the best specialist book collections on these subjects and a fantastic array of DVDs stretching back over 40 years of artists’ innovative practices. It is a major and indispensable resource for artists, scholars, students and journalists and furnishes a vital space for research, considered curatorial decisions, writing and contemplation. – Adrian Heathfield, Professor of Performance and Visual Culture Roehampton University, London
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July 06 2018, at 04:08pm
Need a rehearsal space? We've got you covered. For the month of August we're offering reduced rates to makers and artists to use the Cube for rehearsal space and the development of new work. The space can be hired on a daily or weekly basis during the dates below, all days are 10am - 6pm. Dates: 24 - 27 July 30 Jul - 2 Aug 7 - 10 Aug 17 Aug 20 - 24 Aug Rates: Daily: €65 (unfunded) €100 (funded) Weekly: €300 (unfunded) €450 (funded) To make an enquiry please email firstname.lastname@example.org The space is also available for commercial…Read More
July 06 2018, at 10:54am
Visual artist Åsa Sonjasdotter is currently finishing off her research trip around Ireland organised by Project's Curator of Visual Arts, Lívia Páldi. Over the course of her stay she has visited experts, sites and organisations, all in preparation for her artistic project, Cultivating Stories, a work that investigates questions and and stories of local, cultivated plants. Along the way she has learnt about methods for analysing 6000 year old grains found on archaeological sites thanks to the generous introduction by archeologist Dr Meriel McClatchie at the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, she has received hundreds of leftover oak tree seedlings from the…Read More