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VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art &
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Vacancy - Learning Programme Facilitator 2024

Visual is hiring a Learning Programme Facilitator.

Vacancy: Part Time Administrative Assistant

VISUAL is seeking an experienced administrative assistant to provide high-level administrative support to the CEO and Artistic Director, and Finance and Operations Manager.

Open Call for Volunteers

VISUAL Carlow seeks enthusiastic volunteers to join its team!

Open Call: Artworks 2024 'Behind the Curtain'

VISUAL and Carlow Arts Festival invites applications for Artworks 2024 'Behind the Curtain', the annual open call exhibition. Deadline is Friday 22 March at 5pm.

Samhain Festival at VISUAL shortlisted for Carlow final of National Enterprise Awards 2024

Samhain Festival at VISUAL has been shortlisted for the Festival and Event Award in the Carlow final of National Enterprise Awards 2024!

€1,125 raised for UNICEF Gaza Emergency Appeal

€1,125 raised from THE BIG CHRISTMAS SING and the film screening of Gaza at VISUAL Carlow has been donated to UNICEF Gaza Emergency Appeal.

Vacancy: Front of House Part Time 2024

VISUAL invites applications for a part-time position as part of the Front of House team. Deadline for applications is Wednesday 21 February 2024.

South East Venue Network bursary awarded to Palestinian circus artist

Palestinian circus artist Fadi Zmorrod has been announced as the recipient of the 2023-24 South East Venue Network (SEVN) artist bursary.

South East Venue Network Artist Bursary Award 2023

The South East Venue Network (SEVN) has announced details of its Arts Council-funded Artist Bursary for 2023-24, which includes €14,000 in financial support to help develop their art practice.

VISUAL Spring Cinema Programme Launch

Cinema on Sunday’s at VISUAL features some of the best of Irish, world and independent cinema. Watch out for award winning documentaries and feature films

Deirdre O’Mahony and The PLOT 1 at VISUAL Carlow

Deirdre O’Mahony's work explores sustainable agriculture, food systems and how farmers and rural communities are navigating this terrain. Her ongoing project The Sustainment Experiments is a form of public inquiry that considers what actions can be taken concerning farming and food consumption in the context of the ecological and climate crisis. As part of Sustainment Experiments, Deirdre has been working with VISUAL over a number of years. Currently, on a piece of land on the grounds of VISUAL, Deirdre is growing sainfoin, a fodder crop that has fallen out of use in Ireland but has many wonderful benefits, including inproved animal health, promoting nitrogen fixing in soil and supporting biodiversity.

South East Venue Network Bursary 2022 awarded to Waterford dance theatre artist.

Dance theatre artist Rachel Brennan has been awarded the South East Venue Network (SEVN)’s Arts Council-funded Artist Bursary for 2022.

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