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Art Bio

Eilish Tutie is an artist based in Limerick Ireland.

She received a MA and BA from Limerick School of Art and Design.

She used LSAD as a base to get involved in many art projects in the Limerick expanding art scene. 

She moved in 2013 to New York to pursue a career in Art. 

She produces a large body of work which she imported back to Ireland to exhibited in her home city. 

She is now working on a series of Art Books 

 

Exhibitions

-  Foundling Glass, The Commercial, Limerick 2019

-  The Misadventures of a Good Citizen, Ormston House, Limerick 2013    -  Praxes (MA Space Show Case) LSAD, Limerick 2012            

- Generation for Export, The Joinery, Dublin City, 2011    

- The Graduate Show, (BA) LSAD, Limerick 2011      

- Copyleft, Faber Studios, Limerick City, 2010                                    

- Urban Knit Limerick, Bedford Row, Limerick City 2010      

- Tetris, Stix, Limerick City, 2009                                                                                                                                           

 

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Public Speaking

- Getting the work out there, Lecture LSAD, 2013                                     

 - The Misadventures of a Good Citizen (Work in Progress), Elephant Talks,

     French's Café 2012                    

- Questioning the function of Temporary Public Art, Lecture, LSAD, 2010    

 - Urban Knit Limerick, Art in the Making Conference, Cork City, 2010                                                                           

 

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Collaboration Groups  

- Elephant Talks, Ormston House Limerick, March-May 2011            - SpiritStore, CATDIG, Limerick, September 2009 – May 2010           - SpiritStore, Art Café, Limerick, August 2009   

- Make and Do Society, 2008-2010                                                                                                                                                       

 

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