:30th JANUARY 2016
Unexpectantly taking part in a brilliant touring exhibition & inclusion in fab catalogue called 'Imago Mundi'- exhibition first stop Italy in February!
Imago Mundi is the collection of works commissioned and collected by Luciano Benetton on his travels around the world, involving, on a voluntary and non-profit basis, established and emerging artists from many different countries. Each of them has created a work whose only restriction is its 10x12 cms format, contributing to the creation of a remarkable artistic geography. Blue Leaf Gallery
LONGDROP SETUP AT BCB
LONDGROP is now installed in the Old Spode Factory ready for the British Ceramics Biennial, the festival is opening later this week.
SETTING UP FOR BCB 2015
The vast open space at the Old Spode Factory is a treat to see. Markers and material residues of its industrial past.
GROUP SHOWS JULY 2015:
Royal College of Art Graduate Ceramics and Glass show, opens in the new WOO building at the Battersea Campus, Howie Street, London. Opens from 25th June - 5th July 12-6pm. Late night until 9pm 1st July, closed 3rd July.
Show includes School of Materials, Fine Art and Architecture.
UPCOMING NEXT WEEK:
TWO HUNDRED YARDS
PumpHouse Gallery and Battersea Park
4th and 5th July
11am – 7 pm
Opening reception and public programme Saturday 4th July, 7 -9 pm
'two hundred acres' is an exhibition of artworks by current students and recent alumni at the Royal College of Art (RCA). Works will be exhibited at the Pump House Gallery and the surrounding Battersea Park, alongside which a public programme of performances, events and artist talks will be presented. Titled after the size of the park, this exhibition presents work both in the confines of the contemporary gallery, as well as the history-laden gardens, monuments, and sculptures of it’s vast 200-acre grounds.
'two hundred acres' has been produced by the Students’ Union of the RCA through an open call to students and alumni at the college. The resultant exhibition showcases works by artists from a variety of disciplines including Ceramics and Glass; Design Interactions; Information Experience Design; Moving Image; Painting; Performance; Photography; Sculpture and Womenswear.
: 2ND APRIL 2015: PROJECT COLLABORATION
EVOLVE Project at The MAC - presents 4 exciting new work-in-progress dance pieces, opening tonight at 7pm. Gail Mahon has been working alongside Bridget Madden Dance to develop the feel, atmosphere and subtle intensities of the piece, IONSÙ.
IONSÙ explores waves of intensity, merging the roots of traditional irish dance with a contemporary vision. Real moments of softness, high energy and playfulness, shows this work beginning to form a new language of movement.
Dancers- Leonie McDoonagh, Abbie Madden and Esther Alleyne
Live music performed by: Lorna NicLochlainn
'IONSÙ' is part of EVOLVE, a project by DanceResourceBase
to support the creative development of four original dance works in progress to be performed on 2 April 2015 at 7pm Upstairs at the MAC, Belfast. EVOLVE tickets £6 available at www.themaclive.com/shows.
For more information visit www.danceresourcebase.org.
Dance Resource Base is pleased to partner with the MAC, Belfast on the EVOLVE pilot project. EVOLVE is supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland with additional support from Echo Echo Dance Theatre, Derry-Londonderry.
: BACK TO UNIVERSITY : RCA 2nd YEAR
Year 2 of my MA commences in London, at the RCA. Excited and really looking forward to eating stuck into creating new work for the WORK IN PROGRESS show in January 2015 and then the FINAL SHOW in June 2015. :)
: ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART 2013-2015
I'm a student once again at the RCA!!! Enjoying soaking up the London life, taking time to deepen my responses and expand my research. Much more exciting work to come just getting warmed up...........
: EXHIBITIONS 2012: ELEMENTAL TWITCH
Opened in October at Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart. The second stage in my solo tour exhibition, will see large scale sculptures and installations take over the two gallery spaces and hallway , taking a further look into the chemistry and psychology of components, making and materials.
Opens 6th October until 3rd November 2012
: EXHIBITION AUG 2012: ELEMENTAL TWITCH :MUSE_MUTTERINGS
My first solo exhibition of work, opens at Spacecraft, 9b Fountain Centre, College Street, Belfast. Opens from the 3rd August until 1st September. Artist talk happening on 30th August at 6pm call 028 90329342 to book your attendance.
: MAK9 EXHIBITION MAY/JUNE 2012 : THINGS THAT FALL IN BETWEEN
MAK9, a group of artists and makers, have invaded the R-Space Gallery in Lisburn with site specific works that have fed off the rich history of the dilapidated Georgian rectory attached to the newly renovated gallery. The exhibition, Things That Fall In Between, runs from Wednesday 16 May until Saturday 16 June 2012, at R-Space Gallery, 32 Castle Street, Lisburn.
The official opening takes place on Saturday 19 May 2012, 2pm to 4pm.
: EXHIBITIONS 2012:
MY NEW WORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY_Opening on Thursday 15th March @ R-Space at The Linen Rooms Lisburn, 32 Castle Street, Lisburn, BT27 4XE Northern Ireland Tel 02892663179 Mob 07702293191 www.rspaceatthelinenrooms.org.uk Facebook R-Space at The Linen Rooms Lisburn.
part art installation, part social experiment by
Inga and Andy Hamilton
with additional works by over 50 international artists
15th March – 28th April, 2012
Thursday 15th March, 6pm - 9pm
Gallery Talk by the Artists
Saturday 14th April, at 2pm
ELEMENTALS Birds is a very special experiment to see if people in the creative arts can physically embody feelings of peace, harmony, and goodwill in their work and tangibly affect the showing environment. Elementals are the manifestations of thoughts that once attached to their creator are fed by further thoughts and actions.
Directly from the Richard F. Brush Gallery, NY, USA,
Inga and Andy Hamilton bring Elementals Birds to R-Space Gallery, Lisburn.
During their recent US tour, their project instigated a domino effect across the artistic and medative spectrum.
Composers have written music inspired by the artists' birds, in turn, inspiring dancers to choreograph pieces,
film makers to film them, and printmakers to produce prints reflecting all of these practices.
Meditation sessions will continue to be held amongst the birds here in Lisburn.
The show is also a charitable catalyst, with projects being set up to feed the homeless, plant trees
and commit random acts of kindness towards complete strangers.
37 pieces of work have already sold at affordable prices whilst others found
new homes through exchange and gifting processes.
Three book sculptures have been purchased for permanent collections.
Visitors’ comments included such praise as “The work is of a higher
calibre than that at the Corcoran in Washington DC”.
We have hundreds of photographs of the installation, which along with the
stories behind the works, we are hoping will eventually become a book.
Read about the wonderful things happening because of the show at www.rockpoolcandy.com/elementals_birds
Inga and Andy’s work can been seen at: www.ingahamilton.com and www.mytarpit.com
: EXHIBITION 2011
'Circadian 5' on display at RUA Red in Dublin until 10th December, as part of the Winter Open Exhibition 2011. Pop in if in Dublin! Great space, great exhibition!
ICMEA FUPING CHINA_ NOV 2010
LINKAGE got through to 2nd stage international competition for emerging ceramic artist in China, the conference and exhibition opens on 7th to the 9th November!
The piece is now part of there collection and on permanent display in Fuping, where they hold many international ceramic events!