Arts Project

New Brazilian Photo/Culture website

Fotografia E Cutura

Fotografia E Cutura — Brazillian Photography blog

Brazilian artist and photographer Neyde Lantyer is launching her new Bahian photography and culture magazine website called ‘Fotografia E Cultura‘. It’s a beautiful mix of the visual cultural strands that make up the culture of Cidade Da Bahia, and it’s the latest site made by Artist-makers Online.

Please check out Neyde’s new project here.

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Hopeful Structures


In 2009, Dublin City Council Arts office launched a new pilot initiative in the Red Stables Artists Studios (with the kind assistance of The Arts Council), to commission an emerging curator to plan and devise an outdoor exhibition of temporary artworks for Saint Anne’s Park.

For this year’s project invited curator, Sally Timmons has selected two artists to consider the notion of a folly (defined as an ornamental structure or building, whose creation reflects a whimsical inclination on the part of the builder). With this in mind, the artists Mark Clare and Fionnuala Hanahoe have developed artworks that will provide a physical and visual interference within the environs of the park, holding intrigue as visually stimulating yet seemingly futile functional structures.

The last two days of the project are this weekend, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm until 5pm. A closing reception for the project, Hopeful Structures will take place at The Red Stables Artists Studios in Saint Annes Park, Dublin from 4 – 6 pm this coming Saturday 3rd July

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Black Studio Projects is Live!


Performance artists Rachel Egan is using her new Artist-makers Online website and blog to bring together all her digital practices (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and MySpace) in one place under her Black Studio banner.

“Blackstudio ~ an online studio space ~  a place where work is blogged and documented~ images ~ stories ~ drawings ~ writings ~ installations ~ videos ~ thoughts~  Inspirations~ creative stuff! I have stories to tell! My right brain is demanding i tell stories.”

You can see you Rachel’s work here:

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Home of The Bewildered


Home of The Bewildered

“Home of The Bewildered “intervenes in the theatricality of a city to pull back the curtain of unreality in a post factual society that has always been based on inequities”. Allegedly. Apparently. It could be Home to Anybody. It probably is.”

So says the statement on Home of The Bewildered’s new webpage produced by Artist-Makers Online and being launched in time for the Fringe Festival.

Home Of The Bewildered is used by Dominic Campbell for unique collaborative projects with diverse specialists. Two decades of cultural sector experience includes Artistic Direction and Production of large festivals including St Patrick’s Festival (Dublin 99 to 2004), the nationwide Day of Welcomes marking EU expansion for Ireland’s Department Arts, Sports and Tourism (2004), Earagail Arts Festival and Bealtaine.

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  • The Printmakers Gallery

    I recently designed a website for The Printmakers Gallery, on Drury St, Dublin. It’s a responsive website, built on WordPress. The menu slides off to the left and the content resizes when it detects a smaller screen, like on a tablet or smart phone. Check out the site here: The Printmakers Gallery.

    Oranmore Castle website revamped!

    Oranmore Castle, in Oranmore, Co. Galway has benefited from a total redesign, to bring it up to date and in-line with the plans of its owners, artist Leonie King and musician, Alec Finn. Alec and Leonie are planning to make the Castle’s Great Hall available for events, to make it’s lodge (‘The Monkey House’) available […]
    Screen grab of Heather Finn Knitwear's new homepage

    Refreshed website for Heather Finn Knitwear

    I just completed a website redesign for Heather Finn Knitwear with a whole new shop / e-cart system and a whole new style. The refresh presents her new Autumn / Winter 2013 collection of beautiful cashmere and lambswool scarves, cardigans and accessories. Have a look at her site here!