A team of world-class designers, curators and architects have come together to bring the finest European masters and their workmanship on center stage specifically for Homo Faber to provide visitors with an opportunity to experience craftsmanship in a new, unique and memorable way.
Covering nearly 4,000 square metres, Homo Faber will offer the public a rare opportunity to explore the island and the magnificent complex of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, including areas that are generally not accessible to the public.
Róisín de Buitléar has been selected as one of 150 artists in the BEST OF EUROPE exhibition by Milan based curator Jean Blanchaert.
‘Sé /Six’ A Collaborative project with the Children of Lios na nÓg primary school in celebration of 20 years of the school’s existence as well as commemorating the historic context of the school building. Cullenswood House was the location of the first Irish language school set up by Pádraig Mac Pairais / Pádraig Pearce, one of the signatories of the Irish Proclamation in 1916. Lios na nÓg school was founded by a group of parents in 1996, and moved to Oakley road in 1997. It has 230 pupils now between 2 and 12 years of age, and all subjects are taught through Irish.
Commissioned by the school, the work was made as part of the 1916 centenary celebrations. It was supported by ‘CraftEd' a project with the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland, which is an initiative to introduce primary school children into a variety of craft based artist-led projects. In the development of the work, school tours, workshops, design challenges, and debates were undertaken. The window looks o...
2018 will be a very exciting year, opening with the inaugural Artist in Residence at the National Museum of Ireland being awarded to Róisín de Buitléar. In recognition of her contribution to the world of glass, education and art, the National Museum have invited Róisín to be resident at the museum from January 2018 for 12 months. There she will have a studio and have access to the collection which covers Decorative arts and industry, Archaeology, Natural History, and the collection of Country life in Mayo. Keep up with whats happening during her residency via the blog or through instagram.