GALLERY 1 & GALLERY 2
Deadeye, curated by Paul Mcaree, presents a diverse range of work including sculptural, photographic and film work from 3 of Ireland’s most important artists – Martin Healy, Lorraine Neeson and Niamh O’Malley – which touches on issues from the personal to the universal, and in the interplay of various works in the gallery suggests and teases out how the individual exists within the global. Deadeye acts a metaphor for television and the moving image on screen – the un-emotive presence in our rooms and homes, compelling us to react and connect with the outside world.
Date: 18 SEPT – 24 OCT (PREVIEW FRI, 17 SEPT, 6PM)
Time: 10AM- 6PM
A Vision of Yeats is an exhibition of paintings inspired by Yeats’ poetry – the magical/mystical world that they contain and the layers of meaning provide a rich source of inspiration for the artist, the poems are filed to the brim with imagery. Each canvas Niki works on becomes a world in itself that has sprung from Yeats’ words.
Date: 3 OCT – 24 OCT
Time: 10AM- 6PM
ART TROLLEY CLUB
Art Trolley will run in six week blocks with the booking now open for places on the 7th term beginning in October 2015. With places extremely limited and demand sure to be high contact our reception now for more details and how to book. For ages 3 -10.
Date: TERM 6 –24 OCT- NOV 28
Time: 10.30AM- 11.30AM
Cost: €30 per child to secure a place for entire 6 weeks or €5 drop in
CAFÉ DRAWING SESSIONS
Ever wanted to give drawing a go? Or maybe you are a budding artist looking for like-minded people to draw with? Pop in for our free relaxed drawing sessions, held every week in our Creative Den.
Date: 7, 14, 21, 28, OCT
INTRO TO SCREEN PRINTING
Introduction to screen-printing techniques for artists and enthusiasts! Always wanted to try your hand at screen-printing techniques but felt put off by expensive fees and long terms? Then this introductory course is for you! All ages welcome.
Date: 13 OCT – 3 NOV
Time: 11AM – 2.30PM
Cost: €50 FOR 4 WEEKS (all materials included)
HALLOWEEN FLASH MOB WORKSHOP WITH CATHY COUGHLAN
Four days of dance workshops for young people during midterm with RUA RED dancer in residence Cathy Coughlan. Learn to choreograph and perform a flash mob event including making your own costumes and seeing the mob realised in a surprise location in Tallaght.
Date: 28-31 OCT
Cost: €30 per child or €50 for 2 siblings
FAMILY FUN DAY
Saturday October 31st we are throwing open the doors of RUA RED for a very special day for all the family! With workshops, face-painting and a dress-up film screening it’s a day not to be missed! And the best part? It’s all completely free! So come down dressed-up ready for some spooky fun!
FAMILY FUN DAY TIME TABLE
Spooky Den Activities
11AM – 12PM, 1PM – 2PM, 3PM – 4PM| CREATIVE DEN
Fun, artistic and a little spooky! Join us in the Creative Den for art activities with a Halloween theme. Open to all ages.
Halloween Face Painting
11AM – 2PM | CREATIVE DEN
Are you a fairy princess or a gruesome ghost? Have your face painted for free to put the finishing touches on your spooky Halloween outfit.
Halloween Art Workshop with Sarah Jayne
12PM – 1PM | FREE
Free Drop-in Halloween workshop with Sarah-Jayne Reid. Take part in this silly, spooky workshop and create art that you can bring home and delight the trick-or-treaters calling to your door. Open to all ages.
Live Music from Suburban Sounds
1PM – 2.30PM | RUA RED CAFE
Enjoy the atmosphere in our Café while listening to the musical talents of Suburban Sounds.
Dress-up Film Screening
2PM – 4PM | RUA RED THEATRE
Free Dress-up Family screening of a surprise Halloween film! Come dressed as your favourite imaginative character. Are you a friendly ghost or a frightening witch?
RUA RED is hosting two events as part of the Red Line Book Festival. The annual Red Line Book Festival runs in October and takes place in venues across South Dublin County. The festival is funded by South Dublin County Council and managed by South Dublin Libraries and Arts.
CIRCLE AND SQUARE
This discussion panel chaired by Eileen Casey will explore the role of ‘shopping centre’ as either temple to consumerism, imaginative emporium or both. Guest writers Joan Power and Kevin Power (Bad Day in Blackrock) will be in company with representatives from local trader organisations. The evening will feature the lyrics of WB Yeats put to music by Tony Bardon together with brief readings from Circle & Square (Fiery Arrow Press). This anthology of prose, poetry and fiction is published in recognition that 2015 marks The Square Shopping Centre’s twenty-fifth year in Tallaght. Circle & Square includes the work of Platform One and guest writers Dermot Bolger, Mia Gallagher, Kevin Power, Paula Meehan, Louise Phillips, Martin Dyar, Ferdia Mac Anna, Geraldine Mills, Mary Guckian, among others. Booking is essential email@example.com
Date: 13 OCT
ART AND STORIES WORKSHOP
How do stories or myths influence artists? How do they choose the ‘moment’ and the medium to depict the story? At this workshop we will explore this idea. Before they see the pieces of Art featured in RUA RED’s newest exhibition, Deadeye, workshop participants will find out more about the stories that influenced the artists. They will be encouraged to imagine their own ‘moment’ within the story and the way they would represent it. They will then encounter the Art Work and compare their own ‘image’ to that of the artists. Booking is essential firstname.lastname@example.org