Forerunner Residency 2024

Program Description For our 2024 curated residency, and with the generous support of Wexford County Council, we have invited Forerunner, the collaborative art practice founded by Tom Watt, Tanad Aaron, and Andreas Kindler von Knobloch, to conceive of a permanent installation on our farm. In previous iterations of our curated residency programs, curators have brought […]

Alexandra Huddleston

Alexandra Huddleston

Community update with Alexandra Huddleston Alexandra Huddleston participated in our 2016 artist residency for photographers How to Flatten a Mountain. Born in Freetown, Sierra Leone and raised in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, and Bamako, Mali, her upbringing has led her to explore landscape and culture from an international and interdisciplinary perspective. In 2007, she won a […]

Alex Westfall

Community update with Alex Westfall In 2014 we met Alex as a student during our summer program Art on the Farm. Two years later she returned to participate in our photography residency How to Flatten a Mountain. In the years since, she has completed her undergraduate studies, earning a BA in Modern Culture and Media […]

FieldWorks 2020: Galleries

We just finished updating our website with galleries from the autumn 2020 session of FieldWorks, our 12-week gap year program for students interested in visual art. Looking through the images and artworks has given us some time to reflect on a most unusual year. Like many, we were forced to adapt to a new set […]

Mathilde-Ganancia

Mathilde Ganancia

Community update with Mathilde Ganancia We first met Mathilde Ganancia in 2014 as one of five artists for our autumn residency that year. Since then, Mathilde has returned several times for both shorter residencies and to teach during our summer art program Art on the Farm. It is a genuine pleasure anytime she returns, most […]

Supported Summer Residency: Week 4

Supported Summer Residency: Week 4 This is the final update from our Supported Summer Residency. In addition to the four wonderful artists, we hosted at Cow House, Co-Directors Rosie O’Gorman and Frank Abruzzese traveled to photographer Miriam O’Connor’s family farm, where she has been developing her artistic practice alongside her daily responsibilities caring for her […]

Supported Summer Residency: Week 3

Supported Summer Residency: Week 3 This is the third update from our Supported Summer Residency. For all of us at Cow House, it has been a tremendous experience thus far. One aspect that has been particularly enjoyable for us is the opportunity to become more well acquainted with many artists we’ve admired from afar for […]

Supported Summer Residency Week 2

Supported Summer Residency: Week 2

Supported Summer Residency: Week 2 This is the second update from our¬†Supported Summer Residency. Each week we are highlighting the artworks being donated by each participating artist. This post highlights the artists and their works from week 2. Colin Martin ‘Dog (Motion Capture)’ depicts a dog in motion capture suit that is commonly used in […]

Supported Summer Residency: Week 1

Supported Summer Residency: Week 1 We are in the midst of running our Supported Summer Residency and the time seems to be flying by. A crucial aspect of this residency has been the mutual support from both our generous donors and the artists participating in the program. We would like to share the wonderful artworks […]

Maria Hinds

Community update with Maria Hinds Maria Hinds is one of our dearest friends. She was instrumental in the early development of the design language for Cow House and has provided almost all of our print and web design since the beginning. She was also one of our first residency artists back in 2008, and her […]

FieldWorks 2019: Student Artwork

In 2019 we launched FieldWorks, our 12-week gap year program for students pursuing creative careers. In many ways, students and instructors alike, lept into this experiment together. It felt like our first year of Art on the Farm, learning so much along the way. At times there were challenges, continually assessing the merits of each […]

HTFAM 2020 Facilitators Sonja Thomsen & Eirik Johnson

For our forthcoming residency How to Flatten a Mountain, our residency in collaboration with PhotoIreland, workshops will be led by an outstanding group of artists. We are thrilled to announce that photographers Sonja Thomsen and Eirik Johnson will be joining us for a full day of presentations, workshops, and critiques. These artists among others will […]

Sarah Pannell

Community update with Sarah Pannell Sarah Pannell was a participant in our 2018 residency How to Flatten a Mountain.¬†She is an Australian visual artist whose work concerns culture, landscape, tradition, and community. Sarah received a BA in International Studies from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia in 2009 and a BA in Photography, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia […]