Liudmila Kalinka

Visual artist

About

Liudmila Kalinka, a visual artist, is based in Cork City, Ireland. Her work stems from her interest in philosophical and psychological questions relating to the human being and often lies at the intersection between art and science. By exploring these themes, she seeks to create a greater understanding of how different factors work and can influence human behaviour.
Liudmila received her BA Honours in Fine Art in 2017 from the MTU Crawford College of Art & Design in Cork, Ireland, where she specialised in print. She has received a various award, including the MTU Arts Office – Science Week Exhibition Award and Doswell Gallery Award.
Liudmila is working primarily in the medium of silkscreen printing.  Her studio practice also involves installation.

Liudmila Kalinka, a visual artist, is based in Cork City, Ireland. She received her BA Honours in Fine Art in 2017 from the MTU Crawford College of Art & Design where she specialised in print. She has been awarded the MTU Arts Office – Science Week Exhibition Award, MTU Collection Purchase Prize and Doswell Gallery Award.
Liudmila is working primarily in the medium of silkscreen printing.  Her studio practice also involves installation and sculpture.

Liudmila’s work stems from her interest in philosophical and psychological questions relating to the human being and often lies at the intersection between art and science.
By exploring these themes, she seeks to create a greater understanding of how different factors work and can influence human behaviour.

About

Liudmila Kalinka, a visual artist, is based in Cork City, Ireland. She received her BA Honours in Fine Art in 2017 from the MTU Crawford College of Art and Design where she specialised in print. She has been awarded the MTU Arts Office – Science Week Exhibition Award, MTU Collection Purchase Prize and Doswell Gallery Award.
Liudmila is working primarily in the medium of silkscreen printing.  Her studio practice also involves installation and sculpture.
Liudmila’s work stems from her interest in philosophical and psychological questions relating to the human being and often lies at the intersection between art and science. By exploring these themes, she seeks to create a greater understanding of how different factors work and can influence human behaviour.

Exhibitions

DUO

2017: In Flux // Frequencies + Connections, CIT STEAM Award Exhibition at James Barry Exhibition Centre, Bishopstown, Cork, IRL

group show

2023: Love Directions, One Space Culture, Rathcormac, IRL
2023: Kind of Blue, Crane Visual, Cork, IRL
2023: Art Enriches Life? The Narrow Space Gallery, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, IRL
2023: Cork Printmakers Members Exhibition, Lavit Gallery, Cork, IRL
2022: Christmas Print Show, Cork Printmakers Studio Gallery, Wandesford Quay, Cork
2019: Winter Display, Cork Printmakers Gallery, Cork, IRL
2018: III, Doswell Gallery, Rosscarbery, IRL
2017: Ballot, a box set featuring staff, alumni and students from Norwich University of Arts, Norwich UK and Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork
2017: Beyond Dialogue, Cork, IRL
2016: Murmuration, Village Hall, Patrick’s Quay, Cork, IRL
2016: Tweetbox, Atrium City Hall, Cork, IRL
2015: Pop up Print, St. Carthage Hall, Lismore Castle Arts, Co. Waterford, IRL
2015: Impact 9, China Academy of Arts, Hangzhou, China
2014: Reconnect, CIT CCAD, Cork, IRL
2013: Stepping Stones, CSN, Tramore Road, Cork, IRL

Awards

2017: CIT Arts Office – Science Week Exhibition Award. Exhibition at the James Barry Exhibition Centre, CIT Bishopstown, Cork, IRL
2017: Cork Institute of Technology Collection Purchase Prize
2017: Doswell Gallery Graduate Show Award – Awarded show and mentorship. Show in April, 2018

Lectures/workshops

2017: Artist Talk, James Barry Exhibition Centre, CIT Bishopstown, Cork, IRL, November 14

Education

2013-2017: BA (Hons) Fine Art, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, Ireland
2019-2020: Graphic Design, St. John’s College, Cork, Ireland
2012-2013: Art, Craft and Design, Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, Cork, Ireland

Membership

Professional Membership VAI (Visual Artists Ireland)
Full Membership Cork Printmakers

publications

2017: In Flux // Frequencies + Connections, CIT STEAM Award Exhibition at James Barry Exhibition Centre, Bishopstown, Cork, IRL
2017: Beyond Dialogue, CCAD Degree Exhibition, CIT, Cork, IRL
2015: Tweetbox, Collaborative Practice in Print, Impact 9, China Academy of Art, Hanzau & Lismore Castle Arts, Waterford

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