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ART'S WORK - Reflections on time and how artists work

 with artists: Felicity Clear, Anita Groener, Pamela Dunne & School of Architecture University of Limerick (SAUL)

opening Fri 24th May 2013 - 26th July 2013

Visit Limerick City Gallery to view some great contempary work  and some really interesting projects.

ACT OF PORTRAYAL - UL and Limerick City Gallery Self Portrait  Project

opening Fri 24th May 2013 - 26th July 2013


Visit Limerick City Gallery now to see my respone to Vera Klute's amazing portrait .


4th to the 9th of March 2013 In Raggle Taggle Gallery, Sarsfield street, Limerick

Reclaimed is an art exhibition by the Breaking the Silence Project staff from ADAPT services Limerick.

The project was under taken by the women on the BTS Project as part as their weekly creative art classes taught by Artist Pamela Dunne. BTS Project is a community employment scheme run by ADAPT services, for women who have experience domestic abuse.

ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services is a voluntary organisation which was set up in 1974 to provide a wide range of supports to women survivors of domestic abuse and their children across Limerick City and County. ADAPT runs the largest refuge in the country providing emergency accommodation for women and children who have to leave their homes because of domestic abuse. It also provides a wide range of outreach services for women who are not staying in the refuge including: 24 hour helpline support, 1-2-1 support in relation to issues arising as a result of domestic abuse e.g. financial and housing concerns, accompaniment to court to seek legal protection, support groups for women who are or have been in an abusive relationship, and educational opportunities for women survivors of domestic abuse

1 in 5 women in Ireland experience domestic abuse.

Domestic abuse is one of the most unreported crimes that occur.

The aim of this Exhibition is to create public awareness and to break the silence on Domestic abuse.

Hot Bed Press

20:20 Boxset

Hot Bed Press is a not-for-profit, open access print workshop based in Salford that anyone with an interest in printmaking and promoting printmaking can use. It provides specialist printmaking equipment, expertise in printmaking, related media and courses.

If you’re not close enough to visit or to take one of its highly recommended courses then you can drool over a selection of prints taken from its 20:20 print exchange. More than 30 studio groups in the UK and Ireland and over 392 awesome prints are all there for you to discover on the Hot Bed Press Flickr page. Take a look at my wee print on the link below!