The deciding factor in any development should be the character it contributes to its place
Paul Carroll travelled 31,000 miles to capture the seasonal changes of GAA for a book
Plus: Finnish women let us into their lives with humour
‘Sleep Sound’ oil-on-canvas valued at up to £180,000 to be sold by Sotheby’s in November
For more than three decades the Olympics ran artistic competitions in tandem with the games, with several familiar Irish winners. But the competition was derailed by accusations of corruption, nepotism and an apathetic organising committee
The Canadian artist sets his sights on Kilkenny; and Damien Flood is like a Miró in Dún Laoghaire
Martin Parr’s evocative images recall rural life at pivotal time of changing values
Artist Michael John Whelan is continuously drawn to the world’s most northerly settlement of more than 1,000 people
What is surprising is that some citizens believe art should or can only be neutral, says the artistic director of Project Arts Centre
It’s week two of our Summer Pix 16 competition in association with Harvey Norman, and we have received some crackers. Keep clicking
In Aideen Barry’s work divisions between human, animal, automaton and mechanical devices blur
The Government’s framework national cultural policy is low on specifics. Here are our suggestions to help the arts sector now
From gelato-loving priests in Florence to a wild Atlantic wife in Ireland, here are some of the entries so far in our Summer Pix 16 competition in association with Harvey Norman. Keep them coming
Brian Maguire’s paintings try to address the experiences of society’s outsiders
Una Sealy couldn’t wait to escape Howth. What went wrong?
Art is being taken out of the gallery and put into everyday scenarios in the Limerick town – and the public will be able to interrogate the artists about their work
The controversial art group NSK has unleashed a host of challenging works in Clare
The Turner Prize winner describes the moment 10 years ago when her pioneering video art took a new, fascinating turn
Vulnerable bodies and the dispossessed also feature in three Galway International Arts Festival highlights
Axis Arts Centre hopes to inspire young Dubliners to follow a creative path to the likes of the National College of Art and Design
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