Trevor Wray
Over and Over and Over

20th June to 14th August 2014

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From bonfires and parades to cats on windowsills and Scrabo Tower, Trevor Wray has layered an array of imagery that forms a series of surreal encounters. The title; Over and Over and Over refers to the activity of using a single roll of 35mm film and shooting it through an SLR camera several times, creating multiple exposures within each frame. Trevor is bipolar and both the approach and the content of the work relate to this.

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ADF Gallery

Call for submissions 2014

Deadline Friday 27 June, 3pm

Kathlyin-OBrien
Kathlyin O'Brien

The ADF Gallery is a contemporary space in the centre of Belfast running a year-round programme showcasing new artwork and raising the profile of disabled and deaf artists. The ADF also runs performing arts events and workshops as part of Bounce! Arts Festival.

Disabled/deaf artists, you are invited to submit proposals for solo exhibitions as part of our 2015 programme. We are looking for a wide range of art in contemporary and traditional styles, including themes reflecting disability issues. If you are interested in presenting work in the ADF Gallery, please submit a proposal containing the following:

• Full contact details

• An outline (250 words max) telling us what you would like to show and talking about the motivations behind making the work.

• Up to 10 samples of work, in print or digital format.

• An outline of any technical requirements, such as black-out or audio visual gear.

• Artist’s biography / history of exhibitions.

Send proposals by email to leo@adf.ie (include jpgs and/or links to personal websites). Or send by post (give disks and photos). Do not submit original artwork. Ensure that your samples of work are clearly labelled with your name and a number and link this to a numbered list giving your name and details - title, medium, size.

We are also open to proposals for other types of event but this can take longer to arrange, for example if we need to do additional fundraising. To make a proposal, please follow the list above as much as is relevant. For workshops please outline your experience, tell us you would want to do and give references. For performances, give a DVD or You Tube link to a performance and/or a script.

Please submit all information by Friday 27 June at 3pm. Send to leo@adf.ie or by post marked for the attention of Leo Devlin, Gallery Officer at the address below. For further information contact Leo on 028 9023 9450. It’s not possible for us to accept every proposal that is made but we do try to give feedback.

ADF Gallery, Ground Floor

Cathedral Quarter Workspaces

109-113 Royal Avenue

Belfast BT1 1FF

028 9023 9450

iDA, an awards scheme for disabled and deaf artists based in Northern Ireland

ADAI, the unique cross border scheme which benefited dozens of disabled and deaf artists, came to an end after An Chomhairle Ealaion, the Arts Council of Ireland, announced, earlier this year, that it was withdrawing its support.

However, the ADF has now reached an agreement with the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and in June will be opening a 2014-15 scheme called iDA, which will be similar to the Arts & Disability Awards Ireland scheme. This will be for disabled/deaf artists based in Northern Ireland. News will be released shortly.

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Arts & Disability Forum
Ground Floor
Cathedral Quarter Workspaces
109-113 Royal Avenue
Belfast
BT1 1FF

Tel within UK:
(028) 9023 9450

Tel from RoI:
(048) 9023 9450

Fax:
(028) 9024 7770

E-mail:
info@adf.ie

Web:
http://www.adf.ie

PUBLIC OPENING HOURS:
Tuesday - Friday:
11am – 3pm

The above are our core hours but we are often working away behind the scenes at other times. If the gallery lights are on just ring the bell and we’ll let you in.