Rachel Joynt

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Sixth class pupils from Gaelscoil Eoghain Uí Thuairisc in Co Carlow with Rachel Joynt’s sculpture Dearcán na nDaoine/The People’s Acorn, which was unveiled at Áras an Uachtaráin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

In 2015 President Michael D Higgins initiated a competition to find a piece of public art which would remind future generations of how the centenary o(...)

RCSI president Declan Magee (right) , takes a close look at the sculpture “Random Access Memory V” by Remco de Fouw (centre) winner of the 2016 RCSI Art Award, with RHA president Mick O’Dea, at the presentation in the Royal Hibernian Academy. Photograph: Eric Luke

The winner of the inaugural Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Art Award is Remco de Fouw, for his sculpture Random Access Memory V. The piece was c(...)

It is an unusual period house proposition, one that offers captivating sea views and scampi and chips served on the side. Number 1 Martello Terrace (...)

Echt by Bedwyr Williams

Echt – Bedwyr Williams **** AIB Éigse Open Submission 2015 **** Post-Electric: Gimme More; Exchange; and Database ***** Visual, Carl(...)

ART  The Source of Inspiration Mount Venus Nursery, Mutton Lane, Dublin Sep 27-28 mountvenusnursery.com Nature is the common source of(...)

Clockwise from far left, a work from ‘Circle in the Square’ by Marilyn Lerner; Cloud Tyvek by Max Streicher at St Mary’s; O by Karen Donnellan; and Róisín de Buitléar’s blown-glass musical instruments

Eugene Downes’s first year as director took the Kilkenny Arts Festival back to its musical roots. The scale and ambition of the programme would hav(...)

Where did all the small things go? Contemporary street lamps are plain, the little cast-iron shamrocks and curlicues adorning their older relat(...)