AT HOME ON THE FARM
ONLINE PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
Artist Women Farmers Webinar
for International Women's Day
AT HOME ON THE FARM:
Meet the Artist:
Mary Burke In Conversation
FROM THE DIRECTOR
Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA) is delighted to have commissioned this body of work from Mary Burke, which forms this exhibition, At Home on the Farm. The celebration of the working and domestic lives of farmers in County Limerick is at the heart of the exhibition – it is not a romantic view but neither is it harsh; rather it is a sensitive and realistic view of the various aspects of rural living in Ireland in the 21st Century.
Mary Burke is a highly regarded artist who, after a successful project in Tallaght, Dublin and Stradbally, Co Laois she was interested in stretching her sightlines and I was interested in a celebration of this changing metaphysical and physical environment of rural Ireland.
This rich exhibition is the result of the openness of the participating farmers and Mary’s obvious passion for this project...
Click here for audio works by sound artist Miriam Lohan,
and visual guided urban walks of Limerick Marketplaces
by historian John Logan.
Click here to register your attendance for the online webinar
IWD 2021 : #ChooseToChallenge on March 8th, watch the Full and Plenty Panel Discussion and In-Conversations, and listen to poets read their work as part of the Talking Velvet series.
Want more information on the artists, participants and speakers?
Check out their work and websites here.
This webpage is a temporary online platform managed by Limerick City Gallery of Art. It operates as a space for online programming to coincide with ongoing exhibitions at the Gallery.
From November 2020 - February 2021, this webpage hosted the first of its online projects: Kingfishers/Pages curated by Austin Mc Quinn. Click here or visit the LCGA Youtube Channel to view an archived reel of this work.