Catalyst Arts

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Catalyst Art is a primary centre for innovative, contemporary art in Northen Ireland. It is an artist-run non-profit organisation and female viagra gallery space which administrates facilities and presents exhibitions and events. Catalyst Arts emphasizes cross and interdisciplinary approaches to the making of art, it seeks to develop networks through challenging the formal structures of curating and invites a creative communication between artists. The organisation is run by a committee of artists. Each committee member is expected to work for a maximum of two years and this rotation enables a regular input of new energy and ideas into the gallery and viagra professional no prescription its administration. The committee aim to ‘facilitate’ other artists in the creation and production of project whilst continuing their practice alongside working in the gallery. As an artist-run space, Catalyst invites a more flexible approach to the organisation of the gallery and its projects. It aims:-to establish in Northern Ireland a flexible, multipurpose centre where local and international artists can work experimentally and to provide the space and support for the presentation of one-off projects from a board range of art activities including performance, time based media, installation, painting, video, photography, music and literature;-to provide support for recent art college graduates and younger artists by promoting studio spaces, residencies and discount pill viagra exhibition opportunities;-to provide an environment which encourages young artists to creatively engage with their local.Catalyst Arts currently has a national and international membership of 300. Members receive a monthly mail out including invites to exhibitions, newsletter and once yearly opportunity to exhibit in the annual member show.