PhotoIreland Festival 2017

PhotoIreland Festival is back for its 8th edition, having moved in the calendar from July to May. The move was prompted by our eagerness to work closer with local organisations and collectives over the Autumn/Winter period to deliver content during the festival. Likewise, the move will allow PhotoIreland Foundation to offer a series of new additions to its cultural portfolio, from courses to workshops and much more, all hosted at The Library Project. More about these, soon.

PhotoIreland Festival has always remained critical about what a festival does and how it does it, evolving its programme towards a more meaningful, inclusive and contemporary offering. Over the last years, we have gathered a lot of essential information and experience, plenty of mistakes and successes, and, slowly, the public will start to enjoy more of what PhotoIreland Festival really is.

Our intention is that this website will serve as a proper archive where eventually you will find very useful details and statistics from all the previous editions, as we strive to share all our information online – thus the need for a new and specific site for PhotoIreland Festival.

During the coming days, you will find on this website new details released about this year’s edition, so make sure you come back daily and subscribe to the newsletter!

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Released News:

Michal Iwanowski,
Clear of People.

Dates and location to be announced.

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Steven Nestor, Bellum et Pax

Steven Nestor,
Bellum et Pax.

Dates and location to be announced.

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Robert McCormack & David Thomas Smith.

Robert Mc Cormack
& David Thomas Smith.

 

New Irish Works
Launch 4th May
Presentation runs 5-21 May
at The Library Project

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Residency: How to Flatten a Mountain 2017.

 

Starts 24 April at Cow House Studios
Exhibition runs 5-31 May
at Rathfarnham Castle

Full details

Junior, The Freedom Issue.

 

Launch 6pm 25 May
Exhibition runs 22-28 May
at The Library Project

Full details

Current Opportunities:

Critical Practice Reviews

 

Bookings open Monday 27th March
Cost per session: €30

Full details

Image copyright: Steven Nestor, from Bellum et Pax, Bomben Angriff

Call for works: The Recount of Conflict

 

Submit your work regarding conflict
to PhotoIreland Festival 2017

Deadline: 10th April 2017

Full details

Call for Works:
Main Programme 2017

 

Open call: Submit your work
to PhotoIreland Festival 2017

Deadline: 10th April 2017

Full details

Open Programme 2017

 

Open call: Submit your personal
or collective project and join
PhotoIreland Festival 2017

Deadline: 10th April 2017

Full details

Regarding the Hispanic World.

 

Open call: Submit your work to
‘Regarding the Hispanic World’
at Instituto Cervantes Dublin
as part of PhotoIreland Festival 2017

Deadline: 31st March 2017

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