Clare Langan’s work is sublime, ethereal and intensely imagined. Whether focusing intently on one small natural phenomenon or replicating the evolutionary time of landscapes, Langan’s work enters the points at … Continue reading
Clare Langan – River and Waterfall: 5 October-16 October Clare Langan unveils two pieces of work commissioned for the new Eolas Building, Maynooth University, which officially opens on 5th October. … Continue reading
New at Illuminations, the Kildare Artist Notebook Project. The Kildare Artist Notebook project was established by Kildare County Council Arts Service in 2011. Artists in all genres and at all stages … Continue reading
Have look at the title screen for our current exhibition ‘Midlands’, Martin Cregg’s photography of developed and recession in the Irish midlands. Title screen by Aiden Grenelle.
Martin Cregg – Midlands: 2 February-20 February 2015 Martin Cregg is a documentary photographer whose work has been exhibited in Ireland, France, Belgium, China and Italy. He is a previous … Continue reading
The new Illuminations-made website apoetsdublin.wordpress.com was launched on 17th December y Eavan Boland and Paula Meehan, and kindly hosted by Boston College Ireland. Visit the website here.
RTÉ Radio 1’s Arena featured A Poet’s Dublin at Illuminations on 11th November 2014. Jody Allen Randolph and Moynagh Sullivan talk to Evelyn O’Rourke. Listen here:
A Poet’s Dublin – Eavan Boland | Illuminations Maynooth EXHIBITION AND WEBSITE | 24 November to 19 December 2014 Illuminations Maynooth is delighted to present A Poet’s Dublin, an exhibition and … Continue reading
In our latest podcast Stephen Brandes talks to Colin Graham about his current Illuminations exhibition ‘The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch’ and discusses his working methods, the influences on his … Continue reading
Illuminations is delighted to present Stephen Brandes’ ‘The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch’, an episodic and phantasmagorical journey through the mind, memories, images and distractions of the modern European imagination. … Continue reading