FREE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC ART SEMINAR, 25/26 Sept 2014. GMIT, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. Ireland. All welcome. Booking essential.

CHANGING TRACKS 

Mayo County Council European Public Art Project Seminar at GMIT, (Galway Mayo Institute of Technology), Castlebar, Co Mayo.

Thursday 25th and Friday 26th September 2014.

Following on from the success of the launch of the CHANGING TRACKS project on the Greenway in County Mayo, a two day seminar will take place in September 2014.The seminar, organized by Gaynor Seville, (one of the initiators of Changing Tracks and Mayo County Council Public Art Co-ordinator), is aimed at artists, curators, arts professionals and related organisations.  

During day 1 the CHANGING TRACKS artists will discuss the process of creating the artworks.

  • There will be an independent reflection on the project by Gemma Tipton, Art critic with the Irish Times,
  • an artist’s case study on developing a career internationally with Jesse Jones,

and an open Q&A session with all speakers and project managers from the three regions. 

The second day will comprise a tour of all of the new artworks.

It will also include an extremely useful and practical information session with presentations from EU funding experts, providing information and advice on accessing EU culture funding and on how to write good applications.

This is a free event and all are welcome!  Booking is essential. 

The full programme details are available at this link:

http://www.mayococo.ie/en/media/Media,25163,en.pdf

 

To book contact

Gaynor Seville,

Public Art Co-ordinator,

Mayo County Council 

gseville@mayococo.ie or Tel 094 904 7561

 

A short film giving a brief snapshot of the County Mayo artworks and launch event can be seen via this link  http://player.vimeo.com/video/101645694

For further information on CHANGING TRACKS see www.changingtracks.eu

  

 

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