Recent Fingal Graduates – Exhibition Opportunity Draiocht 2013-2014

May 30, 2013

Recent Fingal Graduates – Exhibition Opportunity Draiocht 2013-2014

Recent Graduates – Exhibition Opportunity Draiocht 2013
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 29th July 2013.

Fingal County Council and Draíocht Arts Centre are seeking submissions from Fingal visual art graduates for an exciting exhibition opportunity in 2013. This opportunity is being developed to recognise, nurture and showcase the range of talent of an emerging artist(s) from Fingal, working in any medium, seeking their first exhibition in a recognised gallery in Ireland. This opportunity may take the form of a solo exhibition or participation in a group exhibition as part of Fingal County Council’s annual Amharc Fhine Gall (View of Fingal) exhibition to be held in Draíocht from 6th December 2013 – 1st February 2014. We will also appoint an emerging, independent curator to select and present your work, a full colour catalogue will accompany the show.

Exhibition Dates – 6th December 2013 – 1st February 2014

• Must be born, resident or working in the Fingal Administrative area.
• Have graduated between 2003 and 2012 from a recognised third level art college with either a Diploma, BA or MFA. PhD applicants will also be considered as long as they fill the emerging artist criteria.
• Be able to exhibit work from Exhibition Dates
• Be able to supply an up-to-date CV, artist’s statement and images before the closing date.

How to Apply
Applicants should provide a typed covering letter along with an artist’s statement, and up-to-date CV. Artists should also supply at least 10 good quality images in the form of hard copy, slides or CD/ DVD which should be all clearly marked with the name, description, date, dimensions etc. Any other relevant supporting material can also be included.

Applications should be sent to: Sarah O’Neill, Deputy Arts Officer, Fingal County Council, Main Street, Swords, Co. Dublin

For further information please contact Sarah O’Neill, Deputy Arts Officer, at


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