Personal ads to the art world
We are delighted to present the second Whip it Up! billboard. An Open Call for artists to take over the Project billboard during the course of Summer 2021, we’ve welcomed the transformation of the Big Blue Building into a site of dialogue & provocation. Artist Áine O’Hara presents Personal ads to the art world, see it in full outside Project for five weeks – bring your phone and scan the QR code! 💙
I want disabled artists to be able to focus on creation without constantly having to use their energy focusing on their access needs.I am inviting those in positions of power in the arts world to meet with me for an access audit, a paid conversation on what they are doing (or not) to support disabled and chronically ill artists in Ireland.
To use the QR code using a smartphone: open your camera or a QR code app and Hold your device over a QR Code so that it’s clearly visible within your smartphone’s screen. Two things can happen when you correctly hold your smartphone over a QR Code: The phone automatically scans the code or on some readers, you have to press a button to snap a picture, not unlike the button on your smartphone camera.
You will then be brought to a form on my website.Alternatively you can fill in the form at https://aineohara.com/crip-it-up/
I am a disabled and chronically ill artist, designer and theatre maker based in Mayo and Dublin.If you want to see more about me and my work go to my website aineohara.com
Áine O’Hara is a multidisciplinary artist, theatre maker and designer. Áine’s work experiments with form, and focuses on connection and care. Áine’s long-term ambitions include demanding adequate access to theatre and the arts for disabled and chronically ill communities through the creation of large scale, ambitious work.