2020 ARTFEM Women Artists International Biennial of Macau
2020 ARTFEM Women Artists International Biennial of Macau will kick off with an Opening Ceremony on September 30th, 2020 (Wednesday) at 6:30 pm at Albergue SCM and this year’s edition covers the theme of Natura, the Latin word for nature. ARTFEM 2020 is organized by Albergue SCM and sponsored by Macau Foundation and varies parties.
An Ireland-wide network which amplifies the voices of women and non-binary artists of minority cultural and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Angelica is a wildflower: A global nomad of temperate areas - including Ireland - and believed to have originated in Syria, it is a much-mythologised plant. Angelica is widely understood as an agent which promotes support and deeper meaning, one which eradicates apathy and surface-level perspectives.
Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice, Publication 2020
Field Notes II documents the second Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice, held in July 2019.
The Summer School brought together artists, activists, and thinkers for a five day residential, devised by Create and Counterpoints Arts. This publication features writings from Summer School participants and facilitators, as well as from Dr Ailbhe Murphy, director of Create and Dr Áine O’Brien, co-director of Counterpoints Arts, who frame the publication in light of the significant challenges to collaborative, socially engaged art presented by Covid 19.
NAA board Member, Andrea Behnsen Informed us due to the difficulty of restriction the artwork didn't arrived at the Gallery. It is very unfortunate. I worked with the Persian Mythology theme and it connection to the nature.https://www.naa.na