Lady Windermere's Line-Up

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Lady Windermere's Line-Up

Lady Windermere has been over-joyed and over-bowled by the explosion of creativity and Christmas generosity that is filling her inbox! As well as the coffee, artwork, silent cinema, browsing, chilling and chat that will be on offer every afternoon Wednesday to Sunday til the winter solstice, we also offer the following special attractions (with much more to be announced!):

Thursday 8th December
Lady W will be serving her brews as a special guest at the Libertango Smokin' Club, a night of decaying glamour, passion and heat, of song and dance and dramatic theatrical performance. Doors open 8pm, €10 ticket.

Friday 9th December
Throwing open her doors for her first full salon day at 4pm, Lady W's opening bash features song, dance and madness along with the traditional cuppa, with acts including Fathers of Western Thought.
Oh, and we are delighted to raffle two exclusive tickets to Imelda May's 16th December gig at the O2, as a salute from one Liberties belle to another!
*We invite you to dance on at the Lady W afterparty with the Godfathas of Dublin DJing Billy Scurry and Liam Dollard in the South William.

Saturday 10th December
'Remember This', a night in aid of Alzheimer's research with quirky, soulful Dublin outfit Kellie and the Scruffs and theatrical performance by 'Playback As Soon As You Hear' along with special guests, theatrical surprises and ambient DJs!

Sunday 11th December
A mellow musical Sunday afternoon, featuring hypnotic hang playing, sprightly piano ditties and Latin elegance from Arash Kazemi. Come and chill.

Wednesday 14th December
Slavonic song and cinema night, celebrating Eastern promise. Featuring bilingual Russian and Irish poetry, slavic song, classic silent film screenings (The Colour of Pomegranates, Man with a Movie Camera) and finishing with the grand premiere of a new English subtitling of the madcap and subversive Bulgarian 60s satire of bureaucratic insanity 'Whale'

Thursday 15th December
A dance-themed night of movement, music and mystery, climaxing in AMOON's eclectic mix of bells, bass, bellydancers, darbuka and djembe.

Friday 16th December
Friday is dedicated to the latin fire and the spirit of the Buenos Aires tango! Put on your dancing shoes!

Saturday 17th December
A night of authentically gritty cabaret, 'Midnight in Paris', leads coffee-drinkers on a journey into the underworld with the dark spoken word of Kit Fryatt, the continental clowning of Carlo Jacucci and ends with a bang and a full evening in the company of the one-and-only, sultry and inimitable, rich-girl-gone-wrong Rose Lawless. Bring your bouquets to lay at her feet, dress in the style of the belle epoque and prepare for a heady evening's entertainment.

Sunday 18th December
Christmas Family Cracker. With only 7 days to Christmas, 'tis the season to be jolly (falalalalalala). Bringing the joyful beats of Philosophy of Sound together with games, clowns, jugglers, carol-singing, card-making, piano-playing, offbeat Czech and Russian cartoons, storytelling, mulled wine, mince pies, candy canes - this is an afternoon's delight for all ages. Discreetly slip our resident Christmas fairy a wrapped present (worth €5 or under) with your child's name clearly written on it for a magical surprise. The evening ends with a 7pm screening of the classic Wizard of Oz. We will also be raising funds for children's charity Barnardos.
BYOK (bring your own kids - or somebody else's*).
* Please a
sk permission before bringing other people's children. Lady W does not endorse kidnapping.

Wednesday 21st December
On the winter solstice, the longest night of the year, we say goodbye to Lady W's December salons in style: the legendary DJ Chuckleberry spins his homespun sounds along with special guests,
the gorgeous Apollonia Tribal Dance, fresh from her Vietnam odyssey, will be shaking her moneymaker, our madcap auctioneers will be bringing the hammer down on our fabulous art collection and we wrap up the whole night with a sentimental late-night screening of 'It's a Wonderful Life' (all together: awwwwwwwwwww!)
We will also be raising money for FocusIreland through the night.

With special thanks to the Back Loft and La Catedral Studios, without whose support and sponsorship these evenings would not be possible. Visit Lady Windermere's blog for details.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Call for Work: Lady Windermere's Salon

La Cat Salons presents 'Lady Windermere's Caffeinated Art and Literature Salon', an artistic open house from 9th - 21st December, Wednesdays to Sundays 4pm - 9pm. A haven of coffee, conversation and cookies set amidst chill-out zones, classic silent cinema, musicality, performance, paintings, browsable reading matter, vintage wares and holistic healings - 'Lady Windermere: Coffee Fan' is looking for artists, musicians, performers and lunatics who would like a free performance space or a very reasonably priced wall-space (all sales 100% yours). Also seeking volunteers, interns and anyone who'd like to help develop the 'Lady Windermere's concept for future collaborations, understanding, of course, the vital importance of being earnest.

Visual artists: Visual artists can display artwork at a rate of €20 for 2 pieces for the full two weeks (€40 if they exceeds A1 size - 1/2 square metre) or €12 for one week. All profits from the sale of work go directly to artists with no commission. Lady Windermere's staff are happy to maintain a price list and sell work in your absence, notifying you of sale by text (supply your own bubble-wrap please). If you sell a work, you can replace it with another at no extra charge. Alternatively, artists can choose to submit work at a 20% sales commission rate and pay no charge upfront. Set-up/hanging on the 7th December. Email lacatsalons@gmail.com

Musicians & Performers: Absolutely free performing time is available for musicians, performers and DJs (low volume chill-out/ethnic/funk please - no heavy beats/techno - our sound-proofing cannae take it cap'ns) in one hour slots (during which you can perform as much or as little as you choose), with complimentary beverage and biscuit supplied. You may make full use of our open-mic corner or larger stage, sound system and genuine honky tonk piano. Collectives may book entire evenings (3 hour slot), and for longer performances (e.g. plays) longer slots may be available. A perfect chance to invite all your fans to an intimate Christmas concert or to showcase your talents to a totally new audience in an atmospheric and memorable creative space. To apply, simply email a performance description, your available times and technical requirements to lacatsalons@gmail.com . Slots are allocated on a first come first served basis so do not delay!

Video Artists: We will be maintaining a silent cinema in our alcove space throughout the daytime - if you have suitable silent film (or film which could be played silently) please submit. Alternatively you can book a performance slot in the evening (after dark) for a screening of your film (full volume in the main space). Applications to lacatsalons@gmail.com

Merry Christmas and Yuletide Cheer to all!


The Libertango Smokin' Club - Thursday 8th December 2011

The Libertango Smokin' Club

A night of passion, heat and decaying glamour with a twist!
Taking you on a rip roarin' ride through the underworld and outer antics o
f a woman on the edge....

Nicole Rourke brings the character to life in 'The Suitcase Milonguera' -
A torrid tale of tango featuring dancer Hernan Catvin.

For a teaser....

The wonderful Truly Divine gives her own unique interpretation of the character's world, playing out her emotional heartstrings with gusto.....and piano accompanyment by Mr Bryan Mullen.
For a taste of Truly...

The Libertango Smokin' Club dares you to a night of sultry passion and blistering wit. Be sure to check for your nearest fire exit!

When : December 8th (Thursday) 2011.
Where : The Back Loft. http://www.lacatedralstudios.org/
How much: €10
Doors open at 8pm. Show starts 8.30 sharp!

Ballyrogan Expression

Please join us for the opening reception 
Ballyrogan Expression
on Thursday 1st December 2011 

Ballyrogan Expression is a group collaboration of artists whom have either lived or worked at Ballyrogan House. This show includes six artist who work in various disciplines including; Film, Print, Painting and Graphics.
This exciting exhibition presents a mix of six established and emerging artists. This collection of artists, though disparate, is essentially connected by the use of contemporary methodologies in dealing with each individual discipline. All have spent time at Ballyrogan House

Prime presents the Jazz Is... mini-festival

A boutique music festival presented by The Prime Collective. We have a five-day line-up of gritty funk, smooth tones, hard-hitting jazz, acoustic instrumental and experimental improvised music for your pleasure. 22 - 26 November 2011 in various venues. 

Friday 25th  8-11pm  €8 adm.

Leafzang sextet 8pm

Leafzang sextet takes the approach of adding cello, clarinet and sax to a guitar trio, resulting in a balance of warm acoustic tones ranging from chamber ensemble to European jazz.

Bryan Quigley & Gordon Delap 8.45pm

Quigley plays the bass like few others, approaching it from the basis of pure sound rather than notes and rhythms. Delap provides the electronic ammunition – live processing that results in an otherworldly sound world between the two.

Rhombus 9.20pm

Playing all original music written by Dennis Wyers, Rhombus draws from Norwegian and British jazz, contemporary classical, blues and South-Indian music, moving between textures to create colouristic and often rhythmic compositions.

Paul Roe & Danny Roe 10.00pm

Everyone loves to see things kept in the family, and this is no exception – son Danny provides the percussion to his father’s etherial clarinet – Paul, who recently had an album released on Diatribe records.

Saturday 26th  8-11pm  €8adm. 

Concrete Soup: Colm O’Hara presents Concrete Soup 8.00pm

Colm O’Hara is one of the best trombone players around - he’s been playing with all sorts of interesting musicians over the past few years. Recently, he’s been curating a night that he dubs ‘Concrete Soup’, an assortment of improvising musicians that O’Hara personally assembles in one-off groupings. The result is an evening of music that will never be performed the same way twice, but one that leaves a lasting impression.

Will feature: Lauren Kinsella, Fergus Cullen, David Lacey, Conor Murray, Derek White, Matthew Berrill, Cathal Roche, MERSK collective from Cork and many more.




Moving Backwards. Backwards Moving

Opening on Wednesday 16th November, (6-8pm) 
Daily viewing Thursday 17th to Sunday20th November, 3-6pm til Friday, by appointment only Sat-Sunday (call 0872753944) .

Moving Backwards. Backwards Moving focuses on past movements can be seen in an instant, where it can be recognized and is never to be seen again. To articulate this past does not mean to recognize it the way it really was, it means to seize hold of a memory as it flashes into our consciousness, before it is lost again. Moving Backwards. Backwards Moving intends to reverse this by capturing a memory and preserving it through the manufacture of sculptures based on the movement itself. The sculptures consist mainly of unorthodox materials, in combination with structural materials such as wood and metal. With the amalgamation of all these necessary factors it allows for the opening up of new possibilities for exploring reality and live new fictions through the investigation of body movements and mimesis.

About the artist: Evelyn O' Connor is an emerging artist who recently graduated with a first class honours degree in painting from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2010. She also attended, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Kunste Karlsruhe for a short period of time in 2009. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, most noted was an exhibition entitled, Ich suche eine WG, which was held last June in Karlsruhe, Germany. She was also shortlisted for the Irish Residential Studio Award at The Red Stables twice and has just completed a bursary which she received from the Contact Studios in Limerick.

Negative Exposure - November 24th - 28th

Negative Exposure
an exploration of the body through fine art nude photography
with Photographers
Karol Liver and Douglas Ross
and models
Juchi, Rachel Lally and Spunky Gore

   This November sees the opening of an exciting exhibition and associated events at the Back Loft. From November 23rd through to the 28thNegative Exposure will present the breath-taking and insightful work of two fine art photographers and three art models, who have worked in close collaboration to bring this highly unusual exhibition together.
   The depiction of the human body in art has long been contentious. This exhibition has been put together by five people who have consciously addressed these issues in their work . The diverse ages (23 - 57) and cultural backgrounds (Ireland, U.S., Poland and Italy) have informed the development of the work and issues of gender and sexuality are examined directly in some of the work. Above all this is an exhibition of work involving five people who are passionate about the power and beauty of the human body and its depiction in fine art photography.
   The active participation of the three models is a unique feature of this exhibition. In addition to actively collaborating in the creation of the photographic work, the models have worked creatively with castings of their own bodies and also produced video footage looking at some of the issues around figurative art, modelling and photography.
   As well as the exhibition, the Negative Exposure group are running a fine art photography workshop and a multi-facetted evening which will go into the exhibition in depth and explore the issues it raises.
                   November 23rd - 28th , Exhibition open 1 - 7pm daily.
                   November 24th, Opening night 6-9pm.
                   November 26th,  All day workshop (view details below!)
           November 28th, Night of discussion, performance, multi-media presentations.

All events are free, except for workshop.
To see the work of everyone on the team:
Karol Liver: www.karol-liver.com



This full day workshop on fine art nude photography is being held in conjunction with the exhibition “Negative Exposure”. Participants will spend half the workshop with each photographer covering preparation, the working relationship between model and photographer, lighting, the shoot and post-production. Participants will have a shoot with a model as part of each session, i.e. two shoots during the day. Each group will be kept small to ensure in-depth dialogue and a reasonable time to shoot.
Karol Liver and Douglas Ross are two innovative photographers with different styles and working in different ways. Karol Liver has an improvisational approach to developing the content of his work, with meticulous attention to technical execution. By contrast, Douglas Ross prepares his themes intensively before the shoot and then improvises technically. 
Juchi, Rachel Lally and Spunky Gore are three models, each with their own exciting and distinctive style. They have participated actively in the development of the work in “Negative Exposure” and will give participants a rare opportunity to dialogue with them about the model’s perspective, as well as a couple of wonderful opportunities during the workshop to work with them.

Places are strictly limited to allow for the close personal involvement of participants. A deposit of 50 euro will secure your place. Payment through PayPal to dlross@eircom.net.


Who Lives Here Belongs Here - 5th November 2011

The Anti Racism Network
is proud to present

Who Lives Here Belongs Here’

An exhibition

Saturday November 5th
Official Opening 5pm

Exhibition runs all day from 1-9pm

This Exhibition presents the works of over 30 artists working on the theme of Multiculturalism.
All artists have worked on a piece in and around this theme and have kindly donated their works to the Anti Racism Network (ARN) for exhibition and fundraising.

This one day event is to take place in the Back Loft Gallery 7-11 St. Augustine Street (of Thomas Street) Dublin 8 on Saturday 5th of November 2011.

With a room filled with inspired, beautiful and affordable art pieces from many different artists we hope to create awareness of The ARN in a fun fundraising event.
We Hope you can come along to support this event.

About The Anti racism Network:
We are a grassroots network of ordinary individuals, community groups activists, ethnic and faith-based group activists, anti-racism campaigners and NGOs workers or volunteers committed to equality for all, diversity, intercultural exchange, fighting individual, institutional and state racism and supporting migrant rights.


VISIT 2011

La Catedral Studios will throw its doors open for VISIT 2011 on 22nd October, 12-6pm.

After 6pm the Back Loft will play host to an intimate acoustic night, Indie-Ah! More info on this link: http://thebackloft.blogspot.com/2011/10/indie-ah-saturday-22nd-october.html

VISIT 2011 is an open invitation to the public to come see how artists work, to explore artistic methodologies and to have a glimpse into the creative processes that culminate in the artworks often shown in galleries, museums, art centers, artist led spaces and various venues. Many exhibitions show the end result of artistic practices,VISIT 2011 invites you to see how visual arts practice takes shape on the ground. Following the national and international focus of Dublin Contemporary, VISIT 2011 provides the opportunity to refocus on the wealth of artistic practices thriving in Dublin city, VISIT is delighted to partner with Dublin Dublin Contemporary and to receive the on-going support of Dublin City Council to present this years open studio day.

This year sees VISITs third event which comprises of eighteen visual arts studios in Dublin city and will provide access to over two hundred and fifty visual artists. Dublins creative city is mapped out through the great variety of studio work-spaces in this specially produced VISIT 2011 publication and on the accompanying website. VISIT operates as an archive in two ways, it provides an extensive inventory of all the participating artists and it also displays architectural spaces used by visual artists as studios, ranging from industrial warehouses, Georgian buildings, converted stables and many other inspirational uses of space. With this large scale open studios event, visitors can see the wide diversity of art forms at work within these spaces from painting, sculpture, video, photography, performance, new media and installation. 

This private and often hidden world of the Artists Studio life is opened up to the public for one day, VISIT is a chance to connect with the many unseen layers of cultural activity that go on in our city. Contained in this brochure and on our website you can find a map of the city-wide visual art studios, with information and contact details for this free public event and suggestions on how you can plan your day of studio visits.

Discover VISIT for yourself  take a bus, hop on a bike, jump on the Luas or stretch your legs with a walk. On Saturday 22nd October well be waiting for you, from 12  6pm.

We hope you enjoy your VISIT!

The Back Loft will play host, throughout the day, to a group exhibition with contributions from many of La Catedral's resident artists, to include an interactive, performance/installation by Anthony Collins, "The Academy for Less Control". This is the culmination of A. Collins' interactive practice over the past 12 years. In this installation the artist emphasises the fun-chance-spontaneous nature of the piece by making tools or implements which can be understood as playful. For this unique Back Loft Concerto participants will be asked to make a percussive sound on the open strings of a piano, the sound to be recorded and than mixed to make a unified piece on a CD. Come along and take part!!

Mamuska Dublin: 11th November

MAMUSKA DUBLIN Friday 11th November 2011 @ THE BACK LOFT, 8pm

Mamuska Dublin
returns on Friday 11th November, with another packed and varied line-up of short performance and film to challenge and inspire. Audience and artists mingle in an atmosphere of play and discovery. Free entry.



'Madarka Madarka' (Dir: James Ward), 'Untitled no. 80' (dir: Stefan Riebel), 'Heron' (dir: Marek Bogacki) - SHORT FILMS
Kimberly Campanello - 'Bucranium' - MULTIMEDIA SPOKEN WORD
*guest slot*
Rachel Mulcahy - 'Exploratory Dance' - DANCE
Elizabeth Hilliard - 'The Bright Kid' - MUSIC
Tanya O'Keeffe & Olivia Hassett - PERFORMANCE ART
La Cosa Preziosa and Cleo McCann 'Escape' and 'Horde' (dir: David Bickley) - SOUND INSTALLATION & FILM
Angelika Lindenau - 'Laughter Yoga' - INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE

Mamuska Dublin is a free event supported by the Arts Council Small Festivals Scheme.


Splash Art Festival by Artwave

Opening night: Saturday 12th November – 6pm to 11pm
Closing day: Sunday 13th November – 12noon to 6pm

ArtWave has the pleasure to invite you to the 2nd Splash Art Festival, a 2-day festival of art, music, dance and poetry. Its aim is to celebrate the diversity of art by introducing vibrant, emerging and established artists and performers along with their creations and talents.
The event will feature over 30 cross media artists & performers from diverse backgrounds and nationalities ranging from painters, photographers, accessories & jewellery designers, model makers, sculptors, mixed media artists, visual artists, musicians, dancers, writers and djs.

Line up:
12th November - Saturday:
8-9 PM – Talkin’ To Bob – Blues, Rock & Country performance
9-10 PM - Apollonia Tribal Bellydance
13th November - Sunday:
3-4 PM – The Prufrocks – Women Poetry Group: Barbara Smith, Mary Mullen, Maureen Gallagher, Jaki McCarrick and Nuala Ní Chonchúir.

Live Djs on both days: Luke.Psy.Co. & Dj Jula

Admission fee:
5 - one day ticket
7 - 2day pass

The Artists:
  1. Richard Costelloe – photo manipulation
  2. Noel Cullen - sculpture
  3. Niamh Curry - painting
  4. Natasha Edmondson - painting
  5. Paul Farrell - photography
  6. Harry Walsh Foreman - painting
  7. Kasiaforest – glass design
  8. GoldGinger Photography
  9. Patricia Gurgel-Sergillo – mixed media
  10. Ula Kapala – jewellery design
  11. Anita Kulon - photography
  12. Tomas Kuodis – steel sculpture
  13. Suzanne Lindfield - painting
  14. Paul McCloskey - painting
  15. Natalie McGlynn – mixed media
  16. Maria Mollohan - photography
  17. Aneta Naczas - painting
  18. Magda Nowacka - photography
  19. Tomasz Olejnik - photography
  20. Barry Quinn – painting/drawing
  21. Catherine Ryan – collages & mixed media painting
  22. Agata Starszewska - painting
  23. Tanya Turner - painting
  24. Żaneta Witkowska - painting

Sponsors & Partners:
LaCaterdral Studios/Back Loft: https://www.facebook.com/back.loft
Jack Carville’s Off Licence, 39 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2
120 na Godzinę”, 103, 2 Dublin City Fm: https://www.facebook.com/120NaGodzine


Indie-Ah! - Saturday 22nd October

Fundraiser and Information night in association with United Speech.

United Speech is an emerging non profit organisation linking teachers/students/travel-goers here in Ireland with schools that desperately seek language teachers in South India.. The idea sprung from seeing/experiencing organisations that profit hugely from package sort of volunteer holiday trips - the organisation charge a fee etc, the school receive little money from this fee and the volunteers are working for free regardless. So I thought it would be cool to create a medium where people interested in teaching abroad can get direct contact with schools, and not have to worry about extra costs besides their own personal travel expenses.

This event is basically a chance to call out to people who want to take part in something different and worthwhile and to share ideas etc for future events/promotion and maybe join an exciting different sort of collective. We have some great entertainment for the night so good times will be surely had!

Line Up..


Cfit played their first gig at Electric Picnic 2010 as a three-piece and expanded to a five-piece just in time to play Hard Working Class Heroes 2010, where they were received extremely well. Soon after, they released their debut single "Don't Sweat the Small Shit", which received worldwide reviews.
Now expanded to a seven-piece to fully capture their expansive recorded sound, Cfit launched their debut album "Triage" to a sold out Crawdaddy on April 1st, and have since garnered much praise for their efforts.



He Who Wishes, formerly Kasette, was created in the imagination of singer songwriter Karen Sheridan with a vision of expressing her music through different sounds, colours and textures. Blending guitar, Harmonium, synths, strings and anything that makes a lovely sound, He Who Wishes would like to be a happy noise for the ears.


Your host for the night
Mr Dave Rudden

BYOB event

€10 admission/€8 concession

More info coming SOON!!


Tryst - 1st November 2011

Where tradition meets innovation
in adventurous vocal music

Tryst presents: Songs of Myself
Tuesday 1st November 2011, 8pm
Tickets: €12/€10 (conc.) available at door

Vocal duo Tryst brings an intense and compelling energy to a richly varied vocal repertoire, ranging from Léonin to John Cage. Following two successful shows in New York as part of Culture Irelands Imagine Ireland initiative, Tryst return to Dublin to perform at one of the city’s quintessential venues – The Back Loft.

Drawing inspiration from jazz, contemporary, classical, cabaret and folk performance cultures, Michelle O'Rourke and Nora Ryan explore and interpret vocal repertoire. This eclectic approach, combined with the singers’ rare chemistry, throws music from the canon into a new, idiosyncratic, unique and beautiful light. Renowned British tenor John Potter (Hilliard Ensemble, Red Byrd) has described the synergy between O’Rourke and Ryan as “a magical unison”.

Featuring a captivating mix of arranged and improvised music, Tryst performs a seamless show that re-imagines, re-invents and re-defines conceptions of the singer’s role as interpreter. Medieval organa and rondeau are reduced to their beautiful essence, rapid-fire Aperghis Récitations are spliced into luxuriant Poulenc chansons, American art song is placed in the dark atmosphere of Tom Waits, solos by John Cage are lent a new, subtle theatre, and Kurt Weill torch song becomes haunting two-part counterpoint.

O’Rourke and Ryan perform with regular collaborators: composer-drummer Dennis Cassidy, bassist Sean Maynard Smith and English composer-pianist Jonathan Brigg. For this show at the Back Loft, special guest Adrian Hart (Yurodny, I draw slow) will join them on violin. The programme will include music by John Cage, Kurt Weill, Tom Waits, Richard Hundley, Guillaume de Machaut and Jonathan Brigg. This performance will also feature the Irish premiere of new work Mad Sweet Pangs through my Belly & Breast by Irish composer Judith Ring. Michelle O’Rourke commissioned this work for Tryst with funds from the Irish Arts Council: the work was premiered in New York this September.


RAW CLASSICO * Dianne Marshall

 Concert Harpist
Sunday 25th September - 8pm

Concert Harpist Dianne Marshall has been selected to perform at the final RawClassico concert in the Back Loft. From Bach to Britten Dianne's repertoire spans from the Baroque to the heart of classical contemporary. With Patterson's wonderful 'Spiders' and Debussy's 'Clair de Lune' your entertainment is guaranteed.
Tickets priced at €5 at the door
RawClassico is funded by the Arts Coucil under the " Small festival scheme".


CALL FOR WORK: November 11th Mamuska


MAMUSKA DUBLIN returns Friday 11th November 2011 @ THE BACK LOFT, 8pm

La Catedral Studios calls local, national and international artists to participate in the upcoming
Mamuska Dublin! This is a unique occasion to present and view evolving works, raw ideas, unrehearsed visions, trials and errors, short masterpieces, playful nonsense, first steps... all in the context of an informal environment where like-minded artists meet, mingle, discuss and receive feedback from the audience. Be a part of it!
A maximum of ten artists will present their work, with lively musical breaks for discussion.

To submit your work, fill out the attached form and return to this address.

Submission criteria:

* open to
works in the fields of dance, live performance, live installation, sound and video art
* all
works must be under 10 minutes long
* all
works must have very simple technical set up and requirements
* send title, duration and brief description of work submitted
* send short CV of people involved
* inclusion of supporting material is recommended

Closing Date For Submissions: Monday 17th October 2011

Email all submissions to La Cat Salons curator Brigit McCone at
lacatsalons@gmail.com. Mamuska Dublin is supported by the Arts Council.