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Augmented Body, Altered Mind Townhall Arts Centre Cavan, 4-8 June, 2024

A side portrait of an individual with soft feminine features and a tight haircut is wearing a MUSE headband across their forehead. Behind them is an ipad on a stand with different variations of waves depicted through distinct primary colours and their associative name. The projected screen behind the individual depicts a combination of white brown, beige and grey clusters combine and morph from a glacial to desert-like landscape that cracks and clouds over.

As part of the Augmented Body Altered Mind tour, the exhibition will travel to Townhall Arts Centre Cavan.

This exhibition will ignite the launch of the artist’s and DCU’s latest project, Divergently Together, which leverages STEM technologies to empower disabled and neurodivergent communities in climate action.

Distinct Exhibition

Image of an artwork by Ruth Le Gear. An iridescent orb floats on a black background. Blue, purple and mauve colours swirl across its glasslike surface. The image resembles that of a planet in deep space.

Distinct Exhibition 8 March – 20 April Project Arts Centre Cecilia Bullo, Yvonne Condon, Richard Forrest, Michelle Hall, Vera Klute, Ruth Le Gear, Jane McCormack, David Parnell, Aisling Reina, Katherine Sankey and Suzanne Walsh.   Project Art Centre is thrilled to present Distinct, an exhibition curated by AlanJames Burns which explores the climate crisis through […]

LP: Augmented Body Tour

Augmented Body, Altered Mind 4 – 8  June   As part of the Augmented Body, Altered Mind tour the exhibition will travel to Townhall Arts Centre, Cavan.   This exhibition will ignite the launch of the artist’s and DCU’s latest project, Divergently Together, which leverages STEM technologies to empower disabled and neurodivergent communities in climate […]

Disrupt Disability Festival 2024

Banner for the Disrupt Disability Arts Festival. The festival logo, a large ‘D’, sits on a black background. In the top right and bottom left corners, there are wavy pink lines in bright cerise. Behind them are blurred lines of the same colour giving the impression of motion.

Disrupt Disability Arts Festival is a vibrant celebration of disability art, curated by and for the disability community. 

Festival launches, 7 March.

Performance Programme, 7-11 March.

Visual Arts Exhibition and Online Programme, 8 March – 20 April

Disrupt

Disrupt Disability Arts Festival Disrupt Disability Arts Festival is a vibrant celebration of disability art, curated by and for the disability community. The festival includes theatre, dance, literature-based performance and visual arts, all delivered through a range of accessible formats in relaxed spaces. This unique festival is designed to deepen understanding and appreciation for the […]

Neural Landscapes, 9 Nov, 2023

Exhibition graphic for Neural Landscapes, an abstract drawing resembling a dragon or mythical creature, rendered in fine line and in black and white, the bottom sections are filled in a bright lime green.

Join Aoibheann Greenan and AlanJames Burns for a conversation that will span the convergence of art and neurotechnology, as it relates to each of their artistic practices and a broader discussion of the work in The Ninth Muse exhibition. More info

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