Breaking Ground screening at LIC on the 8th at 7pm
Screening A Glimpse of Common Territory in 'A Gradual Decline: Architecture and the Art of Exile' curated by Lousie Manifold Palas Cinema Galway on the 20th as part of Architecture on the Edge.
Michelle Deignan is curator in residence at MExIndex. Her programme of artists' moving image work "Subject to Weathering' will be screened on the 26th of the month at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios in Dublin. Followed by a Q+A with Dr. Sarah Durcan
Michelle Deignan is the recipient of a Visual Arts Bursary Awards from Arts Council of Ireland
A Glimpse of Common Territory will feature in the screening a publication Zero Recoil Damage on the 7th and 8th of the month at Silver Screen Folkstone, a Triennial Fringe event.
Artists Moving Image Northern Ireland present their inaugural film festival at MAC Belfast. Ways to Speculate will be screenedat 11am on Friday 29th of the month in 'The Future is Another Country,' curated by Rana Ozturk. Assumed Position will be screened on 30th September in 'Defensible Spaces' at 2pm, alongside the work of Rosalind Nashashibi, Seamus Harahan, Jem Cohen and Jamie Buckley
On the 22nd of this month A Glimpse of Common Territory will be screened with a seminal work by Ernie Gehr, 'Side/Walk/Shuttle' and new work by Cliona Harmey at a Douglas Hyde Gallery event in Trinity College, Dublin.
Screening To Camera in Another Version of Events: Remote...Remote a Liverpool Bienniale event at FACT on 21st July. The programme was selected by Jesse Jones and includes works by Valie Export, Gunvor Nelson and Leslie Thornton.
Exhibiting Ways to Speculate in Artworks, selected by Annie Fletcher and Claire Feeley for Carlow Arts Festival, Ireland.
Rencontres Internationale goes to Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
Screening Ways to Speculate in Rencontres Internationale at Gaite Lyrique Paris on January 16, in the 9pm programme 'Architectures'. This programme includes films by Frederic Nauczyciel, Jasmina Cibic, Su-mei Tse, Sébastien Durante, Pierre-Jean Giloux, Didier Faustino, Sasha Pirker & Lotte Schreiber.
Screening Her Fanciful Digression at Credits and Acknowledgements at Birkbeck School of Arts on Friday 11th December from 6 - 9pm. Programme includes work by Ursula Mayer, Kate Davis and Holly Antrum and is curated by Lucy Reynolds. This event is part of the conference, BIMI presents: Women's Filmmaking in Contemporary Britain.
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