Recent artist in residence Martina O’Brien is currently exhibiting new work at the fantastic Butler Gallery in Kilkenny. This exhibition stems from research gained by O’Brien through her time at The Irish Centre for High-End Computing, Dublin (2016) and here at Cow House Studios this past autumn during Rising from the Hill: Local Systems in Global […]
Exhibition Dates: March 2nd to April 27th, 2018 Opening Reception: March 9th, 6 PM The work of Cow House Studios Co-Director Frank Abruzzese is featured in Terra Nostra, the most recent exhibition Situated in the Wexford County Buildings. The exhibition is curated by Karla Sanchez and presented by the Arts Department of Wexford County Council. […]
Artwork by Cow House Studios Co-Directors Rosie O’Gorman and Frank Abruzzese will be featured in Bare Root, a group exhibition exploring rural and farmyard environments, and the points where nature and the man-made intersect. The exhibition will open Friday 20th October, 6.00pm at Wexford County Council Buildings, Carricklawn and will run from the 23rd of October to the […]
Dates: April 23 – May 4, 2018 howtoflattenamountain.com How to Flatten a Mountain is an annual residency opportunity which takes place at Cow House Studios in County Wexford. On Monday, April 23rd twelve artists arrived at the studios to experience ten days on the farm making new work, learning about each other’s artistic practice and working with […]
As the leaves begin to fall and the weather turns blustery, it’s nice to take a moment to look back at the wonderful work that was produced this summer. In our tenth summer running Art on the Farm, we introduced a New Media concentration to sit alongside bot Painting and Photography concentrations. We are most […]
We are thrilled to have our residency How to Flatten a Mountain featured on lenscratch.com. The piece was written by 2017 participant Val Patterson, the Social Media Editor for LENSCRATCH and a Los Angeles artist specializing in fine art portraiture, travel and landscape photography. In the post, Val recounts here experience here on the farm participating in workshops, […]
Our final post highlighting the facilitators for How to Flatten a Mountain, our exciting opportunity for artists who’s work in whole or part makes use of photography, features the work of Aisling McCoy. The deadline for this residency and exhibition opportunity is this coming Sunday and you can read more about it here… Aisling McCoy […]
In our second post highlighting the fantastic photographers that will be facilitating workshops during How to Flatten a Mountain, we’re happy to feature the work of Matthew Thompson. The deadline for this residency and exhibition opportunity is quickly approaching. You can find more information about the program and application process here… Matthew is an Irish […]
We are pleased to announce Kim Haughton as one of our facilitators for How to Flatten a Mountain, our exciting residency opportunity open to emerging and mid-career visual artists whose artistic practice in whole or part makes use of digital and/or analogue photographic processes. As an integral part of the residency, three artists will facilitate […]
Dates: April 24th – May 5th, 2017
How to Flatten a Mountain is an exciting residency opportunity open to emerging and mid-career visual artists whose artistic practice in whole or part, makes use of digital and/or analogue photographic processes.
The aim of this residency is for participating artists to explore possibilities outside their core practice, work collaboratively and produce a cohesive exhibition of work to be presented at PhotoIreland Festival 2017. During the residency, participants will take an active part in a series of workshops led by guest facilitators and as a group will be sharing ideas, making work, processing, printing, editing, as needed, always working in collaboration. As an integral part of the residency, three artists based in Ireland will facilitate day-long workshops to provoke and animate different avenues for thought. Each facilitator brings to the residency new perspectives, challenges and opportunities for participants.
We are proud to showcase a selection of artwork made during our 2016 sessions of Art on the Farm. In this gallery, you will see five works from each of our students representing a wide variety of media. Black and white darkroom prints, charcoal drawings, watercolor and oil paintings sit alongside sculptural work, digital composites, videos […]
Date & Time: Saturday, November 12 at 3pm
Location: Wexford Arts Centre
Performance by artists Jessica Foley, Marjorie Potiron & Lisa Hoffmann, Steven Randall, and Alex Mirutziu AKA The Artist and Himself at 29 (TAH29)
A bus is scheduled to depart from the Irish Museum of Modern Art at 12:30pm and return at 9pm.
- Entry to 3pm performance at Wexford Arts Centre
- 5pm food and refreshments at Cow House Studios
- Complimentary bus journey for Dublin-based visitors
PhotoIreland & Cow House Studios present a unique 10-day residency. We are thrilled to announce How to Flatten a Mountain, a new residency programme in collaboration with the fantastic PhotoIreland festival. The aim of this 10-day residency is for participating artists to explore possibilities outside their core practice, work collaboratively and produce a cohesive exhibition/publication […]
I like to eat with my hands. Image courtesy Fiona Hallinan, 2015 14 September – 8 November, 2015 Cow House Studios in collaboration with RGKSKSRG were delighted to host the recipients of the Cow House Residency for 2015: artists Taro Furukata, and Ann Maria Healy, dancer/choreographer Claire Huber, and publisher/writer/artist duo KVM – Ju hyun Lee […]
Frank Abruzzese will host a gallery talk on Tuesday, September 30th at 2pm to discuss Forest, the current exhibition by 2013 residency artists Corinne Schulze, Ian Clark and Seulki Ki. During their residencies all three artists spent much of their time outside, engaging with the landscape surrounding the studio. A relatively recent plantation of pine […]
Community update with Peter Allen Hoffmann
New to our Cow House Studios community section is a brief Q&A with former residency artist Peter Allen Hoffmann. Peter is a painter based in Brooklyn, New York. In 2005, he graduated with an MFA from Hunter College. He’s exhibited in Ireland, Germany and throughout the US. In 2008 he was one of our first residency artists, and has remained a close friend. His most recent solo exhibition Outer Space ran from May 30 – July 6, 2013 at Freight + Volume in New York. You can read our conversation here.
An exhibition of 2012 residency artists Colin Matthes, Lois Patino, Marc Horowitz and Susie Tarnowicz is currently on view at the Wexford Arts Centre. Programme director Frank Abruzzese will be giving a talk about the work at the Arts Centre this Thursday, September 26 at 10am. This exhibition explores the disjunction between observations and representations […]
The Line Between is a group exhibition by 2011 Cow House residency artists Antony Clarkson (UK), Sabina Mac Mahon (Ireland), Shiro Masuyama (Japan), and Hilary Wilder (USA). Their work is presently on view at the Wexford Arts Centre, and will also travel to Monster Truck Gallery and Studios in Dublin. Saturday, 6th October at 4pm […]
Tomorrow, Friday October 14 Monster Truck Gallery opens “The Drover turns the Cattle” a group show featuring our 2010 residency artists Marisol Malatesta, Gail Cunningham, Laurie Lax and Matthew Denniss. The show will run until October 29th. “In the fall of 2010 four artists with disparate practices, different approaches, different tools, different materials and from […]
Opening Thursday, June 9 Wexford Arts Centre, in collaboration with Cow House Studios will host a two-person exhibition of recent work by 2010 artists-in-residence, Matthew Denniss and Gail Cunningham. In developing their work at Cow House Studios, Denniss and Cunningham examine the various aspects in which energy resides. With Cunningham’s work, her highly controlled, precision-cut […]