Beyond the visual: in the studio with Andrea Flanagan 2:01

Sligo artist Andrea Flanagan puts in the final touches before her solo exhibition running at the Hyde Bridge Gallery in Sligo. The exhibition will ope(...)

IADT student Jack Luke trying out a wireless assistive display housed in a 3D printed enclosure capable of transcribing speech into text to assist the hearing impaired

(...) definitely the noisiest room of several packed with Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology(...)

Sinéad O’Sullivan tutors second-year students in digital media literacy in Mercy Secondary School in Inchicore, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) in 140 characters. A common assignment is the “prop box”, where students create visual collages using(...)

Detail from Victoria Park 2 by Hannah Brown

Karla Black Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin *** Scottish artist Karla Black is known(...)

Cate Blanchett in Carol, Todd Hynes’s  adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith novel about a lesbian romance

(...) booing that often precedes an art riot. A mix of New Age baloney and am-dram histrionics, the picture(...)

Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz in ‘The Lobster’

(...) the Oscar may also sneak into news reports. For the rest of the year, art cinema makes little more(...)

Morag Davies from Lismore Co Waterford enjoying the children’s gardening workshop at the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine 2014. Photograph: Clare keogh

(...) classical and contemporary music, literature and visual art, which takes place in Borris House - one of(...)

The annual Braderie de Lille  in France is one of the largest flea markets in Europe. Photograph: Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images

(...) signs and all manner of ephemera create a visual feast for the eyes, says Geraldine James. James is(...)

Detail from ‘Dancers Resting’ by Edgar Degas: ‘The dancers’ faces are simian masks.’ Heritage Foundation, Lausanne

(...) naturalism and strongly influenced art critic Edmond Duranty, who published The New Painting in 1876(...)

Photographs from Ciarán Óg Arnold’s book. He is an astute observer with an eye for telling detail, whether it be a solitary figure in the crowd whose expression suddenly gives the game away or revealing an otherwise disguised depth and sensitivity

(...) several respects apart from its unwieldy title. It is entirely visual, for one thing. There is no text(...)