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Creative Time Summit 2016: Occupy The Future

Calling artists, activists, students, community workers, academics…and anyone who might like to come along Third Space Galway and 126 are once again hosting a live screening event on the first day of the Creative Time Summit 2016……and inviting you to be part of the local conversations The Creative Time Summit – the world’s largest international…

Body Nature -Culture Night 2016 in Terryland Forest Park

Third Space Galway, in partnership with Terryland Forest Park Alliance, are    delighted to invite you to their Culture Night event with dance artist Aisling Richmond and environmental activist Brendan ‘Speedie’ Smith. . Time: 17:00–18:30, Terryland Forest Park  . Speedie will open the event with an introduction to Terrylands transformative cultural heritage project, that’s turning…

Commons Summer School 2015

“What becomes possible when we harness our collective capacity in service of the commons?” The Art of Commoning – Summer School August 25th – 27th 2015 Members of Third Space and Collaborative Ways Forward were invited to ‘The Art of Commoning’ Summer School, a shared inquiry for a 3-day gathering, hosted by P2P Foundation, Cultivate…

2015/16 Seoidin O Sullivan’s artwork ‘Seating System’ is on loan to Third Space

Seating System by Seoidin O Sullivan ‘Seating System was commissioned by Dublin City Arts Office and was made in collaboration with architect Karol O’Mahony. Seating System can be used for talks, reading groups, exhibition and library. The boxes are modular and together form a closed circular system, the boxes can be separated to make smaller dynamic sets.…

Galway Convergence 2015

‘Transformative Power’ – Community Energy and Cooperative Efforts Tuesday – Oct 20th / 7.30pm – 9.30pm Venue: Kitchen Cafe, Galway City Museum Recognising the need for an urgent and deep cultural shift towards more equitable and sustainable ways of life, this event wishes to empower and inspire community culture and conversation with successful cultural and…

‘Dwelling in Time’ May 2nd 2014

Saturday May 2nd, 2pm – 4pm Third Space participates in Clare based Ground Up Artist Collective’s Dwelling in Time: Residency Research & Discussion a research exchange event as part of the GUAC Residency Programme at Aras Eanna Dwelling in Time takes place in The Café, Aras Eanna, Inis Oirr The suggested readings relevant to the GUAC…

GREEK DIALOGUE – Reading Session Mar 2014

Friday March 20th, 2-4pm Third Space in partnership with CKI, NUIG hosts… GREEK DIALOGUE – Reading Session Room 1001, James Hardiman Library Following the GREEK DIALOGUE event on Saturday March 14th in the Town Hall Theatre Studio, the Third Space Reading Group have arranged for a follow-up local discussion  on Friday March 20th, 2-4pm in Room…

Greek Dialogue

Saturday at 1:00pm – 4:00pm March 14th – Third Space Galway Co-Facilitate GREEK DIALOGUE: From Democracy to Economy? Town Hall Theatre Galway An open discussion with invited speaker (via Skype) Angela Dimitrakaki and chaired by Conor McGrady and Michaële Cutaya. The event will take place in the Studio of the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday…

Zeneb Maghrebi

Zeneb Maghrebi’s (aka Betsy Carreyette), practice-led research The Fine Line, is an ongoing body of work positioned on the contested line between the making of traditional pottery and the unremitting expectations of tourist-led development in and around Siwa Oasis, Western Desert of Egypt. She is the founder of upcoming residency programme, Agben ga Adrar Netlakt,…

Úna Spain

Úna Spain is a visual artist with a research Masters Degree in Contemporary Art practice and Media (LSAD). She holds a Diploma (with distinction) in Art & Design from GMIT and also an Honours Degree in Photography from DIT. Since graduating from DIT Úna has works primarily with lens based media and her work continues…

Trish O’ Flynn

Trish O Flynn completed her MA in Public Advocacy and Activism in Huston Film School NUIG 2012, and is currently undertaking a PHD with Teagasc on Creativity and innovation in Irish Farming. (Teagasc is the agriculture and food development authority in Ireland. Its mission is to support science-based innovation in the agri-food sector and the…

Ruth McHugh

Ruth McHugh originally graduated from NCAD with a degree in Fine Art Painting. On completion she went on to train in all technical aspects of art exhibition at the Crawford Gallery in Cork where she was appointed Administrator of SADE 87 (Sculpture and Drawing Exhibition). In 1987 she returned to Galway and became a founding…

Padraig Conway

Padraig Conway has exhibited in Galway (‘Solas Atlantas’ Galway Arts Festival,  1994. ‘Dunkellins Plinth’ Eyre Square, 2008), nationally and in the USA. In addition to experience abroad with fine art studios and commercial printmakers, holds Design and Media Technology certification. A First Class Honors Degree in Fine Art (Printmaking). The ‘Norman Ackroyd Etching Award’ and…

Nuala Ní Fhlathúin

Nuala Ní Fhlathúin is from the Gaeltacht area in the West of Ireland. She received a BFA in Ceramics from GMIT, Galway, and an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Washington, Seattle. Her work has been exhibited in Ireland, the USA, Portugal and Georgia. She is currently a member of Engage Studios in Galway.…

Martina Finn

Martina Finn recently completed an M.A. in Visual Arts Practices, (MAVIS) IADT, Dun Laoghaire, specialising in the curatorial strand of which Third Space was an active component. Reflecting work experience in a variety of arts, community and cultural contexts, she is interested in developing a curatorial practice that responds to and addresses specific socio-political, cultural…

Katherine Waugh

Katherine Waugh is a curator, writer and filmmaker based in Galway. She is currently co- curating Schizo- Culture – Cracks in the Streets at Space Studios, London. A project taking the seminal 1975 event Schizo-Culture: On Prisons and Madness as its point of departure. She co-directed The Art of Time, a film on the complex temporalities in contemporary art,…

Jane Queally

Jane Queally completed an MA in Visual Art Practice from IADT 2012 and a BA in Fine Art ( Hons ) from Sligo Institute of Technology 2002. She works predominantly in painting and experimental photographic media, the latter is concerned with analysing representations of the photographic image in print media as ‘document’, in a social…

Evelyn Glynn

Evelyn Glynn has a degree in fine art printmaking and an MA from Limerick School of Art and Design (LSAD). She holds an MA in Community Development from NUI, Galway (1992). Her background in community development and her work in the area of violence against women alongside her studies at LSAD combined to produce the…

Elodie Rein

Elodie Rein is a multidisciplinary artist with a BA fine art first class honour from GMIT. Her practice is located at the intersection of visual art and dance. She is actively involved in socially engaged practices in Galway City: in charge of the photography for Walking Wisdom, a Dance Movement & Urban Renewal project in…

Michaele Cutaya

Michaële Cutaya is a writer on art and lives in Galway. She contributes to Irish art publications printed and online: Billion, Circa, Critical Bastards, Enclave Review, The Irish Arts Review, Shower of Kunst, The Visual Artists News Sheet. She Co-founded Fugitive Papers. http://michaelecutaya.wordpress.com http://www.fugitivepapers.org

Bernadette Divilly

Bernadette Divilly is a Choreographer, Dance Movement Therapist & Dancer with an MA in Somatic Psychology & Dance Movement Therapy. She has an extensive background in Health Education and Dance. Specialisations include: Socially Engaged Choreography, Contemplative Dance, Dance Movement Therapy, Somatic Psychology, Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy. Bernadette has been recognised by IACAT with a Certificate of…

Ann Lyons

Ann Lyons is the co-ordinator of EPIC – Engaging People in Communities at the Community Knowledge Initiative, NUI Galway, Ireland. EPIC works in close liaison with a wide range of individuals and groups, both inside and outside the university, to further community-university links and partnerships, with particular emphasis on community-based research and knowledge sharing and…

Amantine Dahan

Amantine Dahan is a visual artist with an MFA (NCAD) and holds an honours degree in Art & Design in Sculpture (GMIT). Since graduating in 2007 Amantine has worked primarily with lens based media, documentary photography, video installations, and video performance. In her work, she attempts to explore the relationship with oneself and others; How one comes to himself in relation to the world…

Creative Time Summit 2014

Friday 14 November 1.30-5.35pm Third Space hosts a Live Stream of the Creative Time Summit 2014 Hardiman Research Building, NUI Galway Last year the Creative Time Summit focused on questions of gentrification and the role of the arts, both good and bad, in the making of the new city. This year the summit will focus on…

Agitation­ism

June 2014 Third Space undertake a Research Visit to EVA 2014 Agitationism In the past few years we have witnessed protests unfolding into serious unrest across many parts of the world. After initial excitement at this new global wave of voicing political demands, seasons change, and what was a novelty becomes a norm that lures…

!WAR Women Art Revolution

May 15th 2014 Film Screening !WAR – !Women Art Revolution Main Room, Huston School, NUI Galway. 7:00 pm The Third Space Arts Research Collective in partnership with The Huston School, NUIG & VAI assistance – screens Lynn Hershman Leeson’s film !Women Art Revolution For over forty years, Director Lynn Hershman Leeson has collected hundreds of hours of interviews with visionary…

Making Visible

April 7th 2014 THIRD SPACE participated in a series of discussions that took place as part of Ceara Conway’s ‘Making Visible’ art project with Asylum Seekers in 126 Gallery Galway. Socially Engaged Artist Ceara Conway, invited a number of practitioners including THIRD SPACE Arts Research Collective to participate in the discursive aspect of her socially engaged art project, MAKING…

COLLOQUY #4

12th February 2014 Third Space Invited to Attend National Campaign For the Arts Colloquy #4 Radisson Hotel, Galway Education and the Arts: Policy, Research and Responsibilities This colloquy addressed the fundamental question of education, arts policy and research in the development of arts participants, audiences and practitioners in the future. The event featured three speakers:…