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File Note
Various Authors

File Note Various Authors

File Note Various AuthorsFile Note
Various Authors
Fire Station Artists’ Studios

Edited by Jennie Guy.


48 pages
210 x 300 mm
ISBN 9781399920537


File Note is an annual publication by Fire Station Artists’ Studios that engages critically with Irish artists and writers working around Ireland. This was File Note’s fifth edition. Featured artists include Nathan O’Donnell, Doireann Ní Ghrioghair, Áine McBride, Mark Clare, Adam Gibney, Annemarie Ní Churreáin, Marcel Vidal, Myrid Carten, Jane Fogarty, Laura Kelly, Emma McKeagney, Paul Gaffney, Tamsin Snow, Barbara Knezevic, Robert Herbert McClean, Ella Bertillson, Ulla Juske, Neil Carroll, Michelle Doyle, Helen Hughes, Alan Magee, Julie Morrissy, Katherine Sankey, Elaine O’Dea, Helena Gouveie Monteiro, Eimear Walshe, Anneka French, Mieke Vanmechelen, Aideen Farrell, Isadora Epstein and Deirdre O’Mahony.

About the Editor
Jennie Guy is a curator, artist, writer and educator based in Dublin, Ireland. She is the founder and director of Art School, an experimental framework that explores strategies for placing artists within sites of education. She is the editor of Curriculum, an edited volume of thirteen essays focused on the Art School curatorial platform that will be published by Intellect Books in Autumn 2020. In conjunction with her independent practice, Guy is manager of operations and the arts programme at Fire Station Artists’ Studios in Dublin.

About the Publisher
Located in north east inner city Dublin, Fire Station Artists’ Studios was established in 1993 to provide support for professional visual artists. Fire Station Artists’ Studios (FSAS) provides subsidised combined living and working studios for Irish and international artists, large scale sculpture workshop facilities and training opportunities for artists. Fire Station Artists’ Studios training programme has expanded to include digital and film training and we continue to host technical training and master classes which incorporate critical reflection.

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