Thursday February 20, 2020

The next gen of makers

A new exhibition in Kilkenny allows the visitor a peek behind the curtain of the creative process, writes Fionnuala Egan

4th June, 2017
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‘Bindu’ stoneware by Gráinne Watts

The long, often cumbersome process of creating art can often be overlooked when work is presented in its final form. Practice takes centre stage, however, at a new exhibition at the National Craft Gallery in Kilkenny, showcasing objects from leading Irish makers.

Here, a curated selection of exhibits from the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland’s Portfolio: Critical Selection 2017-2018 publication, exhibits are each accompanied by a written piece from the creator, explaining how the...

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