<ul><li>presents </li></ul><ul><li>Twenty Seven </li></ul><ul><li>30th September – 7th October 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>The Centre For Creative Practises , </li></ul><ul><li>15 Pembroke Street East , </li></ul><ul><li>Dublin 2 </li></ul>
Introduction: ArtWave presents "Twenty Seven" - a solo exhibition of photographer Magda Nowacka. This time, the artist will show twenty seven of her favorite images to coincide with her 27th birthday. Her selection for this show consists of traditional and surreal photos of landscapes which were taken by using a variety of techniques including infrared and ND filters, long exposures, macro and fisheye lenses long exposures and conceptual photos showing everyday life from "a different perspective".
Previous event – Splash Art Festival: Splash Art Festival is a 2-day celebration of art in all its kinds. Its main aim was to celebrate the diversity of art by introducing vibrant, emerging and established artists/performers along with their creations and talent. The event featured 26 different artists & performers from diverse backgrounds and nationalities ranging from painters, photographers, vjs, accessories designers, model makers, mirror makers, mixed media artists, visual artists, musicians, dancers, filmmakers and djs. The event gathered over 300 people just in two days and was a great success, we had many interviews in radio stations and local newspapers.
Others about Magda Nowacka: Magda is one of the most talented photographers on the scene in Dublin. She has a very natural and creative flair that has always shined through, even during her earlier days. Her work is always stunning, and she can picture anything and put her stamp on it. I have always been delighted with the end result and look forward to future projects as she works her magic from behind the lens... Róisín Corrigan, Apollonia Tribal Bellydance Magda is a magnificent photographer with a very keen eye. Her landscapes are absolutely stunning and imaginative, portraits are crisp, well composed and jumping out from the crowd from the very first moment you see them. Tymoteusz Jerzy Masiakowski, Filmmaker The most fun you'll ever have at a professional photo shoot. Magda's warm, funny & full of cool ideas. It's hard to get people, especially a band to be themselves in front of a camera but we never felt more relaxed or laughed so much at a shoot. Reader's Wives .
<ul><li>Exhibitions: </li></ul><ul><li>2006 - Solo photography exhibition: “Temptations” - Café </li></ul><ul><li>Czekolada, Kraków, Poland </li></ul><ul><li>2007 - Group photo exhibition: "Photographers United" in aid </li></ul><ul><li>for KIDS Argentina, Odessa Club, Dublin, Ireland </li></ul><ul><li>- June 2009 - 2-day female art & music festival :“Nouveau Vadge </li></ul><ul><li>Art Festival”, Back Loft, La Catedral Studios, Dublin, Ireland </li></ul><ul><li>- September 2009 - Solo photo exhibit in studio as a part of </li></ul><ul><li>“ Dublin Culture Night” - La Catedral Studios, Dublin, Ireland </li></ul><ul><li>- 15th November 2009 - Polish group art exhibition/sale: 4th </li></ul><ul><li>International Charity Bazaar, D4 Hotel, Ballsbridge, Pembroke </li></ul><ul><li>Road, Dublin 4, Ireland </li></ul>
Exhibitions cont.: - 4th - 6th December 2009 - 3-day festival of art, music, film and dance: Art Freckles: “Zero Gravity”, Back Loft, La Caterdal Studios, 7-11 St. Augustine Street, Dublin 8, Ireland. - 13th December 2009 - Bah Humbug, a full day of visual arts and experimental performance, Back Loft, La Caterdal Studios, 7-11 St. Augustine Street, Dublin 8, Ireland. - 7th - 10th January 2010 - Art Gallery for charity organisation WOSP in Centre for Creative Practices, 15 Pembroke Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland. - 29th - 30th May 2010 - ArtWave's Splash Art Festival, 2-day festival of art, music, film and dance, Back Loft, La Caterdal Studios, 7-11 St. Augustine Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.
The Venue: C entre for Creative Practices ( www.cfcp.ie ) established in 2009, is a new cultural venue in the city centre of Dublin. A Multicultural and multidisciplinary approach is what we stand for. We believe that CULTURE is a fundamental value for every society, that the arts are an indispensable system of reference for personal and collective values and can set an example of diversity and tolerance. Promoting the arts we aim to neutralise the economical stagnation.
The Venue: The Centre for Creative Practices aims to develop, sustain, promote and present new arts and creative practices in Dublin and Ireland through the organisation of artistic events. Through our workshops, seminars, courses, exhibitions, screenings, concerts, talks and all other kind of events we hope to provide a space where new works and thoughts are growing, where works are shown and commented, where an exchanged and professional support leads to both the recognition of the authors and a fulfilling experience by the audiences. The Centre for Creative Practices will provide an access to arts and arts education through the provision of courses, workshops and seminars aimed at developing individual skills, ideas and creativity but also an understanding of and appreciation for the arts.
Artwave’s future goals: Art Wave's main aim is to promote every kind of art and every artist - new and already established. In its events it's going to focus on showing the diversity of art and its creators as well as showing that completely different art media can strongly complement each other. In order to do so, Art Wave wants to run many events, like exhibitions, workshops, concerts and festivals, some of which may happen on an annual basis. We want to organise group and solo events and also support emerging and cooperate with established collectives. We want to be an open forum, where people can discuss new trends, share ideas, gain experience and promote themselves and their works. Finally we want to promote and show that all media have their power.