An Táin Arts Centre’s summer residency programme is open to recent graduates and artists at the start of their career looking to establish a collaborative practice. The aim of the residency is to assist artists to research and develop new work and give them the time and space to develop their practice in a community setting.
Roseann’s work tends to be somewhat improvised, working and experimenting, having one thing leading into another with free association. A wash of colour and ink, a pen line, strategically placed embroidery. The tactile quality of her work is as important as the visual qualities. Themes of her work include preservation, memory, behaviours, social acceptance, living in a media dominated world, and many more.
Roseann aims to work with the community in her residency, to create a collection of art, installation pieces, interactive art, land art or a combination of all or some of these, and to encourage creative and educational experiences in a collaborative setting. Roseann will be in residence in the Basement Gallery studio during July,
August and September 2017.
Follow Roseann’s progress over on Instagram @rosieberrill
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