Stories by Bart O'Reilly
An Interview with the Artist Ahead of her Screening and Exhibition Reception at Stevenson University

To say the work is political would be an understatement. To paraphrase her aunt at the opening: "Hey Heidi why don’t you tell us where you stand politically?" But it is more than that, it is about being an artist, being a mother, being a partner, and being a feminist in these ever so uncertain times

The Irish Artist is Solas Nua's Inaugural Norman Houston Multidisciplinary Award Recipient

The artworks in "someone decides, hawk or dove" take their visual note from artefacts, architecture, flags, and musical instruments that point to a collective ongoing reckoning with the global colonial project.

In "Grey View" at MOCA Arlington, the Artist Mines Freeways, Old Paint Pots, Alleyways, and Messes for Inspiration

Rebecca Rivas Rogers is an artist, designer, and educator originally from Northern Ireland. She holds an MFA in Studio art from MICA and a BA in Design from Glasgow School ...

Janet Sarbanes Discusses Art Education, the Occupy Movement, and More Ahead of Her Book Launch at Red Emma's

Performing a kind of writing-as-praxis, Sarbanes' new book explores the potential of our moment with reference to historical and contemporary instances of political autonomy, notions of artistic autonomy, and art practices that connect the two.