BUNNY MAG 002 Launch as part of F_Festival
Join us at F_Festival 2017 in Temple Bar Gallery + Studios where we will be exhibiting work and launching Issue 002 of BUNNY MAG as part of the F Festival 2017 art programme! We will be exhibiting alongside Emma McKeagney , Emmalene Art, Louise Rowland, Katie O'Neill & ART BY PING. It is a free event!
We will be selling a special launch package for one day only at a price of €10 which includes 1 Magazine + 1 A3 Poster + 1 Sticker designed by Aoife O'Dwyer! Also on the sale on the day are limited edition screenprinted tshirts & poster prints. More info about the festival & event here:
In 2016 F. Fest debuted as Ireland's first multi-faceted female fronted festival, and we are more than happy to inform you that we will be returning for round two on March 11th 2017, so keep the date! F. 2017 will see more fresh talent take the stage with a few new special additions, of course. The day will take you through the some of Dublin's finest venues exploring a variety of artistic & creative mediums. As always, F. Festival is completely free, we would like to offer an open hand & take you down a rabbit hole of talent. We are celebrating women in the arts, come join us.
Bunny Collective Bio:
Bunny Collective is an artist collective working collaboratively on exhibitions and publications. Formed in 2013 in Cork City by Samantha Conlon, the collective began as a platform to showcase the work of young emerging female artists from Ireland and elsewhere. The group have exhibited in Ireland, UK & Finland and have been published in The New York Times, Dazed and Confused, i-D and more - bunnycollective.com/press
Bunny Mag began in September 2016 with its debut issue “Work/Labour” which dealt with ideas of class and labour as defined by theorist Hannah Arendt. The second issue launching at Ffestival in Temple Bar Gallery on 11th of March is titled “Fair Is Foul”. Taken from Macbeth, the line “fair is foul and foul is fair” is spoken by the three witches to Macbeth on the heath as part of a prophecy. This issue asks what we might inherit from a time that lived through a period of trials and burnings and how that shaped our society that came after. This “Fair Is Foul” issue aims to create a multifaceted portrait of the witch that takes into account the history of magic but also allows for contemporary ideas of what withcraft might look like today.
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Photo: Victoria Zeoli & Melanie Gaydos
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin, 2, Ireland