Visual Arts and Movement Project

Visual Arts and Movement Project

Vera is co-director of a programme entitled Integrating Communities through Visual Arts and Body Movement. This holistic programme has been co-developed over a number of years in collaboration with Patty Abozaglo, Capacitar International tutor. The sessions are a...

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Lantern Project

Lantern Project

Starting a Thread… Lantern Project  took place in 2012 in partnership with 87 pupils and their 3, 6th class teachers completing the project. This was funded by Kildare County Council Arts Service under the Artist in School Residency Bursary Award 2012. It was a joint...

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King House

King House

These images were recorded during McEvoy’s time spent in King House while on the Art@work Artists’ Residency Programme 2012. The Art@work Artists’ Residency is funded by Roscommon County Council Arts Office and An Chomhairie Ealaíon. This is a residential programme...

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Kildare Artist Notebook Project

Kildare Artist Notebook Project

The Kildare Artist Notebook project was established by Kildare County Council Arts Service in 2011. Artists were invited to take an A5 moleskine notebook, to use it as they wished and to return it, to become part of a permanent touring collection. To date, over 150...

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‘If I Had an Artist for a Day…’

‘If I Had an Artist for a Day…’

'If I Had an Artist for a Day...' is an artist in school programme managed and supported by Kildare County Council Arts Office. The following are images taken for a variety of projects in primary schools. A sample of the variety of fibre art skills, in various school,...

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Cultúrbug

Cultúrbug

Vera Mc Evoy was the recipient of the NCAD Arthouse Graduate Award and Bursary 2011. As part of this award she facilitated a 12 month community art program in Stradbally, Co. Laois. McEvoy’s aim was to explore the meaning of creativity and contemporary art and its...

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Rainbow Forest

Rainbow Forest

THE RAINBOW FOREST, 2014   The Rainbow Forest celebrates the many visitors that have stayed in Barretstown Camp over the years. It is a series of various height wooden poles that stand at irregular heights and distances from each. These form an overall curved pattern...

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