Tuesday 9 January 2018 | 11am
Registration, tea & coffee at 10.45am
FREE admission, all welcome, booking essential. Contact box office on +353(0)90 66 25 824
To coincide with the exhibition A Portrait: Loughy Key, artist Anna Macleod will give a talk on the work in the show, working collaboratively in community contexts and previous projects that engaged with communities of interest.
This will be followed by a professional development workshop on how to sustain your practice while working in rural contexts and ways of identifying and engaging with opportunities to work internationally when based in peripheral locations. Macleod will also discuss the advantages, if any, of being situated outside the cultural centres and how to capitalise on being rurally located.