and we’re happening.
Window to Eden has been silently working away in the past few weeks and busy bees we have been indeed. So much so that we have a second exhibition window launching at Raheny Library.
Ariyana Ahmad, a local artist to Raheny, will be showing some of her beautiful drawings from next week onwards.
Please visit our dedicated Windows To Eden Blog, share among friends and submit your work.
This is a new community art initiative in Raheny, Dublin.
Window to Eden has a 1×1 meter window space at St. Monica’s CCIC in Edenmore, Raheny, Dublin 5. Providing visual artists with a space to show their work connected to the area, it offers the Edenmore/Raheny communities unique access to local art and opens up dialogue.
Window to Eden runs monthly exhibitions. Window to Eden is not a gallery, it can be visited at all times. Window to Eden can be seen from the road.
We encourage individual artists, local art clubs, schools, youth clubs etc to submit their work – photography, painting, writing, collage, crochet, illustration – whatever your art may be – make the window your space. From all submissions received one or two selections are made each month to be shown in the window.
If interested in showcasing your work connected to Edenmore / Raheny, the wider Dublin Northside or Eden for that matter, please contact us with your idea/proposal at firstname.lastname@example.org
City Assembly House | 58 William Street South | Dublin 2 | until June 28th
The sound of the sea is the most time effacing sound there is. The centuries reroll in a cloud and the earth becomes young again when you listen, with eyes shut, to the sea… The sea answers all questions, and always in the same way; for when you … close your eyes and the sea dispatches one more big roller in the unbroken line since the beginning of the world and it combs and breaks and returns foaming and saying “So soon?”
E.B. White (1982:179)
For all those who missed the Slideluck screening in Berlin last week, its now online in video format. Not quite the same as on the big screen in Stummfilmkino Delphi so lucky are those with a projector at home. Here it is:
Delighted to have some work shown as part of Slideluck Berlin this weekend in Stummfilmkino Delphi, a historic theater for silent films. The space has been home to extravagant soirées since the 1920s and recently reopened for cultural events.
SLIDELUCK Berlin V
Saturday | May 2nd | 2015
7pm Potluck | 9pm Slideshow | €5
Stummfilmkino Delphi | Gustav-Adolf-Straße 2 | 13086 Berlin, Germany
Curated by Julia Schiller of Photography in Berlin and Kaetha, the Berlin-based curatorial duo, Slideluck Berlin is presents the work of:
Aleksei Kazantsev | Anna Simone Wallinger | Berangere Fromont | Boris Eldagsen | Carlos Collado | Christian Reister | Cindy Morrissey | Dagmar Tränkle | Diane Vincent | Frank Bartsch | Göksu Baysal | Hannah Goldstein | Jan Michalko | Jan Zappner | Janina Wick | Laura Lindlief | Marika Dee | MConsuelo Alcaide | Michel Le Belhomme | Oliver Schneider | Ulrike Schmitz
Musical entertainment will be provided by Poeks and don’t forget, it is customary to bring a home-cooked meal to share with everyone. Prizes will be awarded to the best dish.