Jennifer Cunningham is now taking bookings for her popular Autumn term classes in Newcastle, Cregal Art, and the Galway Arts Centre.
Places are available on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
Jennifer teaches all levels from complete beginners to advanced students. She teaches her students individually and she covers all mediums including watercolour, oil and acrylic and portfolio preparation. A high percentage of Jennifer’s students progress on to third level and have well-established art careers in their own right. She will also run a new portfolio preparation course in the Galway arts centre in September catering to those who wish to develop drawing skills or develop a portfolio to study at third level. Just contact Jennifer Cunningham on 087 267 9792 or via the contact form below
Jennifer Cunningham is now taking bookings for her popular One Day workshops. Perfect for a day out with friends or family and no experience is required.
General workshops run on the 8th, 15th and 29th of June and the 6th of July. In these workshops, the student is taught individually and you can choose from Drawing, Watercolour, Acrylic, Oils, Portfolio preparation or mixed media. It is recommended that beginners start with either Drawing or Acrylic.
A new One Day intaglio Print workshop will be run on the 30th of June. This acid-free workshop starts with an introduction to materials, equipment, and tools and then moves onto the portfolio, where participants can see examples of prints. Then, there will be a brief demonstration of the process, before participants start to create their own prints. No experience necessary,
Jennifer teaches all levels from complete beginners to advanced students. She teaches her students individually and she covers all mediums including water colour, oil and acrylic, and portfolio preparation. A high percentage of Jennifer’s students progress on to the third level and have well-established art careers in their own right.
You can book tickets through the Eventbrite link below or via the contact form below.
Suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced students.
This 8-week course is designed for students who wish to develop their skills in drawing and painting. It will include the process of paint, collage, colour theory, still life, landscape, portraiture and mixed media. The course is open to both Beginners and those with some experience; each student will work at their own pace with individualised tuition. The class would be particularly valuable to students who wish to build a portfolio for Third Level.
Gift vouchers now available. Spoil the ones you love. Perfect last minute gift idea without leaving the comfort of your own home. Vouchers can be used towards commissions, classes or workshops. Please contact me for details.
Contact the Galway Arts Centre to book your place on 091-565886
Applicants from a wide variety of ages, backgrounds and experience welcome. This course is designed for people who wish to expand their drawing skills and/or pursue an art-related subject at a third level institution. Whether you wish to add to your existing portfolio or create a new portfolio, this course is for you. Also useful for those studying Art for the Leaving cert due to the recent change in the curriculum.
The objectives are to learn how to construct projects from concept to completion, how to use research notebooks, process images and develop their ideas through 2D, 3D and colour. Students will learn how to create a relevant, personal and individual comprehensive Portfolio. Jennifer will cater her teaching to suit you and each student will receive personal tutorials to develop their drawing skills. She has extensive lecturing experience in IADT, has specialist knowledge of the N.C.A.D brief and her students usually gain third level entry. Read More
For this exhibition, Jennifer developed a body of work investigating the ways in which modern realms of collective pleasure decay. Abandoned fairgrounds, overgrown glass houses, untended car parks, ghostly figures and derelict hotels all hint at recent economic struggles but also suggests the cycle of change and renewal in which places become spaces and vice versa.
Statement about Exhibition
After the Future is a body of work that does not invoke a whimsical nostalgia. Rather it evokes a perturbance, a feeling of participation in a nostalgia that is not one’s own. This body of work comes to us in three distinct yet interlinked sequences, we see places that have been abandoned with little or no human population, we see children not at play but in moments of isolation and we see women in dream-like sequences in strange off-modern scenarios.
While it seems the world around us in ‘this’ present may be revelling in a political restorative nostalgia far out of reach for younger generations, it is pertinent to ask if hope lies in the past where does that leave these children but in the ruins of the world we think once was, after our own future? Restorative nostalgia stubbornly wants to return to a past that never was without realising it can never be again. It wants to simply go back and live within the fantasy without acknowledging the fantasy is indeed just that.Read More
Located at Number 47 Dominick Street is a 3,000 sq ft gallery, showing national and international contemporary arts. The building was built in the 1840’s and was the residence of Augusta Gregory, founder and patron of the Abbey Theatre.
Jennifer will be Galway Art Centre’s 2018 Artist in Residence. She plans on using the space to finalise her upcoming Galway International Arts Festival solo show It will give her a chance to spread out and see her body of work together and to present it to visiting curators and to experiment with her projections for Una, a play which will be premiered at the Galway Theatre Festival as a work in Progress Read More
What is drawing? A pencil mark on paper? A swipe across a screen? A double yellow line? Where do we draw the line – or do we? Visit this exhibition of a whole multitude of drawings from some of Ireland’s leading mark makers. Find drawings made from materials such as pencil, ink, paint, pixels, chalk, pastels etc… by architects, visual artists, illustrators, furniture designers, animators, and more. Visitors can also explore drawing for themselves at the exhibition process stations. Read More
Earlier this year I was part of the Artist in the School School to Kilglass national School.
Each week I explored a wide range of different media, developed their craft skills and researched a wide range of different artists. They also learnt about gastronomy, important ocean food and E.P.H.E ( healthy eating). They explored geography and topography as they used maps and tide tables in their work. I found working with the teachers and students in the school extremely enjoyable and it is something I hope to do again. Contact me if you’re interested in working on a project together.
We had a mini-exhibition at the end of the project and we created an installation piece together. The parents attended and refreshments were served. Special thanks to Galway County Council who funded the project.