Corporate Entertainment, Great Southern Killarney!

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Something I’m really looking forward to post Covid-19 lockdown is getting back into corporate entertainment, socially distanced or not! I’m usually placed over 2 metres away from my subject but for extra peace of mind I am fitting my easel with a perspex screen and I’m undertaking certified Covid-19 Officer training so I will know … Read more Corporate Entertainment, Great Southern Killarney!

Gift Ideas During COVID-19 Coronavirus Lockdown

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Gift ideas during COVID-19 Coronavirus Lockdown: the shops might be closed on the high street and online but birthdays and wedding anniversaries are still happening. Why not make the gift of a caricature! I am currently able to deliver A3 caricature art all over Ireland through An Post. We all have friends and family we … Read more Gift Ideas During COVID-19 Coronavirus Lockdown

Dublin Caricature Artist

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Dublin Caricature Artist: As one of the top caricature artists in Ireland I’ve worked extensively all over Dublin City and County. Below is a recap some of the many Dublin venues I’ve worked in. I’ve drawn caricatures of 1000s of wedding guests, conference delegates, and staff at weddings, parties and events all over Dublin. Live … Read more Dublin Caricature Artist

CÚRAM Art/Science Residency Galway – €10,000

There’s an excellent opportunity for artists wanting to or working around science themes in Galway. CÚRAM is a biomedical research centre in Galway, and has announced an artist’s residency worth €10,000.

Since 2015, CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland funded Centre for Research in Medical Devices based at NUI Galway, has hosted artist residencies in its laboratories.

In partnership with the Galway City Arts Office, we are now inviting proposals from artists who are interested in working as part of CÚRAM’s public engagement programme, which supports Science Foundation Ireland’s objective of ‘having the most scientifically informed and engaged public’.

We invite artists to propose ideas for an ambitious and contemporary permanent artwork in Galway’s Eastside community in Ballybane and Doughiska. The budget for this project is €10,000.

The artist will work with one of the following three themes:
• Cardiovascular research – Researcher: Professor William Wijns
• Soft and hard tissue regeneration – Researcher: Dr Dimitrios Zeugolis
• Biomaterials and the body – Researcher – Dr Manus Biggs

The chosen artist will work within the CÚRAM laboratories to learn about CÚRAM’s research and will then spend a period of time working with the Eastside community to realise the project. The artist will be required to undergo Garda vetting.

Time is short on getting a proposal submitted in time for 5pm, June 21st. Interested artists should make submissions to curam@nuigalway.ie. No submissions will be accepted after this date, so interested artists should get working on proposals ASAP!

via June 2019 – CÚRAM

NY Times Trashes Cartoonists | Daryl Cagle

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The New York Times is to cease publishing political cartoons from its international edition after previously publishing an antisemitic cartoon to international backlash.

By choosing not to print editorial cartoons in the future, the Times can be sure that their editors will never again make a poor cartoon choice. Editors at the Times have also made poor choices of words in the past. I would suggest that the Times should also choose not to print words in the future –just to be on the safe side. –Daryl Cagle

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