Curated by Mark Garry

DraĆ­ocht presents Play, an exhibition that brings together specifically commissioned works by five Irish based artists that deal with the concept of play. The visual arts like many other creative processes use playful generative ideas where play and learning are fluidly integrated.

Art Exhibition previously on in Ireland.
From Friday 09 May 2008 to Saturday 21 June 2008
Launch Friday 09 May 2008,

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Published by FOUR on Friday 09 May 2008.
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David Beattie graduated in 2006 with an Masters in Visual Art Practices from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology. Recent exhibitions include Homemade, Dublin, Sculpture at Kells, Kilkenny, and The Important Thing Is That Tomorrow Is Not The Same As Yesterday, Pallas Contemporary Projects, Dublin .

Anita Delaney graduated with a BA in Fine Art in 2006 from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology and has recently shown work in the Platforma Video Festival in Athens and ISAFF Open Cinema Festival in St Petersburg, Russia.

Katharine Lamb studied at the National College of Art and Design, receiving a degree in Glass Design and later a Masters in Fine Art in 2007. She recently exhibited in Tulca Festival of Visual Arts, Galway and Galleri Barbara, Sunndalsora, Norway.

Claire Maguire graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the Dublin Institute of Technology, Portland Row in 2007. This is her first exhibition outside of a college situation.

Lee Welch studied at the Academy of Art College, San Francisco and the National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Recent exhibitions include all colours black (next to nothing), Ashford Gallery, Dublin (2007); Pleasures & Wayward Distractions, Broadstone XL Gallery, Dublin (2007); Holga, Monster Truck, Dublin (2007); falling somewhere in-between, Queen Street Studios Gallery, Belfast (2006).


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