Sunday 29th, 12noon-5pm, “Brookville,” Holmpatrick – free
Following last year’s very successful exhibition of performance work by artist Sarah Hurl, independent curator Cleo Fagan has decided again to use her home as an exhibition space for the work of a selected artist. This year she has chosen to exhibit video based work by internationally critically acclaimed Finnish artist Pilvi Takala.
The Trainee depicts the artist’s activities under an assumed identity as a marketing intern in large accounting company Deloitte. During the month long intervention the artist behaved in an unorthodox manner that, though rational, inoffensive and non-threatening, considerably unsettled the office environment. As curator and writer Anna Gritz says ‘It’s a technique that prompts us to reevaluate the invisible rules, value systems, and codes of conduct for their practicability and significance, actions that lay a seed for subversive thoughts that may only unravel over time.’
The Trainee was produced in collaboration with Deloitte and Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki. Pilvi Takala is based in Istanbul and Helsinki.
This captivating and often humorous work will be exhibited between 12 noon and 5 pm on Sunday, 29 September at Brookville, 22 Holmpatrick, Skerries (opposite the Malting House). All welcome!
Some pictures from the Lego Corner (part of the Soundwaves Community Volunteer Corner stall):
Sunday 29th, 2pm-5pm, Strand Street – free.
The Skerries Community Association is hosting a “community corner” where you can discover the multitude of
interesting activities that go on in Skerries and find out how to get involved. All local voluntary groups are
welcome to apply for space. Bring your own stand. See www.skerriesca.com for more details.
Sunday 29th, 7pm (parade) and 8pm (fireworks), Community Centre to Harbour – free.
The Night Parade – with the theme “Celebrations!” to celebrate ten wonderful years of Soundwaves – assembles at 7pm, in the Community Centre Car Park.
Come along to see the children parading their unusual floats, and uplifting and flamboyant creations, all made during the Soundwaves Schools Programme.
We will proceed together to Skerries Harbour to witness an amazing Fireworks Display.
This year’s Skerries Got Talent auditions are taking place on Thursday the 19th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Little Theatre.
Do you think you have a talent? Would you like to audition for the Grand Finale on Friday the 27th? Then just show up on Thursday, no need to pre-book.
€1 for solo entrants, €2 for groups. Two categories: Primary and Secondary School. (No adult section.)
Email SkerriesGotTalent@gmail.com for more information.
Make sure you’re available on Friday 27th for the Grand Finale!