july, 2018

fri06jul2:00 pmfri4:00 pmFeaturedBe(E)TweenA participatory intervention by Eileen Hutton2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Outside glórEvent Type :Participatory Intervention Tickets Price: Free Event


Event Details

Be(e)tween: A Participatory Intervention, by Eileen Hutton, is a sensory experience of bees and beekeeping in order to highlight the importance of honeybees as essential to our surrounding environment

The installation consists of three parts: an observation hive on site; several drawings to illustrate patterns of bee behavior – such as the ‘waggle dance’ and a participatory event involving wearable, solar-powered, vibrating bee sculpture.

Eileen Hutton is American artist whose work is ecologically-based. In 2012, Hutton developed, the MFA and MA in Art and Ecology at the Burren College of Art which is accredited by National University of Ireland, Galway. Selected Group exhibitions include Lost and Found at the Hal Bromm Gallery in NYC, SRAM pART Project: Parts into Art into Aid, in NYC, Out of a Box at 126 in Galway, and Sculpture in Context at the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin. She has also contributed sculptures to Jan-Erik Andersson’s Gesamtkunstwerk, Life on a Leaf in Turku Finland. Her most recent solo exhibition was at Siamsa Tire in Co. Kerry, Ireland.Hutton received a BFA from Flagler College, a Post- Baccalaureate Degree from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and a PhD from the Burren College of Art and National University of Ireland, Galway. This project has been commissioned by the Ennis Street Arts Festival, is also European collaboration between Eileen Hutton and Veronica Alvarez, from Valdelarte, where Hutton will go later in the year for a residency.


(Friday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Outside glór

Other Dates

Also on Saturday 7th July from 12 – 4pm same location

Tickets Price

Free Event