Cork Analogue Photographer Ann O’Kelly is opening a solo exhibition of her photographs at The County Library, The Square, Tallaght, Dublin 24 on Thursday May 6th at 6.30pm. All welcome.
Photograph by Mariela Martin
Mariela of Lismore Gallery and Photographic Studio in Lismore, Co. Waterford has a schedule of new classes for 2010. The courses include one day workshops and ten week courses. They take place in the Lismore Gallery and Photographic Studio which includes a great darkroom. The course titles are
Black and White Film Development and Print Process (One day workshop)
How to Take a Better Photograph (One day workshop)
Basic Black and White Photography (Ten Week Course)
Advanced Black and White Photography (Ten Week Course)
For more information on the courses click here.
An American artist living in Lismore. Mariela moved here in 2005 for inspiration and a quiet life. The gallery hosts a variety of artists both local and national, with a concentration on fine art film photography. We opened our doors in August 2008.
Contact: Mariela Martin
Address: Main Street, Lismore, Co Waterford.
Phone: +353 (0)58 72824
Mobile: +353 (0)86 2327996
Website: http://www.lismoregallery.com or http://www.marielamartin.com
“The shortlist has been announced for this year’s Deutsche Börse photography prize. Anna Fox, Zoe Leonard, Sophie Ristelhueber and Donovan Wylie are all up for the £30,000 award, given annually to a photographer who has made a significant contribution to European photography. The winner of the 2010 competition, which focuses on themes of gender, nationality, surveillance and political conflict, will be announced 17 March 2010.”
Read about this on A Photo Student, and also The Guardian
Just came across this in Facebook. It ain’t analogue, but the photos look great. If you are in Dublin next week (starting 23rd), get down to Curve St in Temple Bar for the exhibition
Four CorkAP’ers spent last Sunday in the darkroom of the Lismore Gallery & Photographic Studio – Dee, Padraig, Sanda, and myself. Despite the fact that it was a shame to spend such a nice, sunny day in the dark, we had a great time, and it was very productive. Mariela could not have been more accomodating, providing equipment, chemicals and an excellent wet side of the dark room (ie bloody big sink!). A little bit of a learning curve when we arrived, as there was an eclectic mix of enlargers, all with their own methods of timing, but they worked well, and we had no problems once we got used to them.
The darkroom is available commercially, and for very reasonable rates. For more inormation contact Mariela on +353 (0)58 72824, or visit the website at http://www.lismoregallery.com/ or http://www.lismore-ireland.com/marielamartin.shtml.
If you are in the West Waterford area, Lismore is a lovely little town. The gallery is on the main street, and is currently showing an exhibition by artist Niamh Flanagan. So drop in for a look and a chat.
(Image above (c) Mariela Martin)
What’s the point of having a website to show off new work, if we don’t actually publish any?! Well we CorkAP’ers have been working hard in the darkroom, with two exhibitions coming up very soon. We just haven’t been scanning. So here’s an old one of mine, shot on Fuji Velvia in my sisters back yard a year or two ago.