The Model Cinema
IFI @ The Model is our weekly digital film programme, presented in collaboration with the Irish Film Institute. This partnership with the Irish Film Institute, the national cultural institution for film in Ireland, means our digital cinema is the main provider of first-run cultural cinema in the Northwest.
The Model Cinema is a one-screen digital cinema, with 244-seats and operates as a commercially-operated cultural cinema, presenting a diverse and individual programme of international, first run films including a variety of independent, foreign-language, arthouse and classic cinema.
We run three weekly screenings, Tues-Thurs at 8pm. The Model’s cinema programme also includes Youth Film Projects and special screenings for seniors, Ruby Tuesdays. Our programme will also feature an ambitious screening of cutting-edge short-films.
€8.00 (Full price)
€9.00 (1-day film membership for uncertified films)
To make a booking, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone The Model reception on (071) 91 41405.
We passionately support cultural diversity and personal expression in world cinema. Our cinema programme is kindly supported by The International Fund for Ireland.
Tues 19 – Thur 21 Oct. 8pm
Director: Debra Granik
Genre: Drama (2010/USA/100 min)
Winning prizes at Sundance isn’t always a guarantee of quality, but this gripping backwards drama is one of the great American indies of recent years. For more information go to http://themodel.ie/film/winters-bone
Tues 26 – Thur 28 Oct. 8pm
To be confirmed
Tues 2 – Thur 4 Nov. 8pm
Director: Bernard Rose
Genre: Drama (2010/UK/121 min)
Oxbridge graduate, drug smuggler, prisoner, author and raconteur, Howard Marks has had quite a life, and Bernard Rose turns it into a friskily entertaining movie.
02 Oct. 2010 – 10 Jan. 2011
Drawn from The Niland Collection, the exhibition Flight explores the way in which artists from the collection have represented otherworldly beings or used mystical visions in their work.
The exhibition celebrates the way in which artists have given free flight to their imaginations and indulged in visions of angels, gods, saints, warriors, and fairies. On the other hand Flight will consider the way in which artists have drawn on classical and biblical imagery to present nightmarish allegories of the political or social disarray of their own times.
This exhibition features many of the collection’s most popular artists including Jack B Yeats, Louis le Brocquy, Patrick Hall and George (AE) Russell.
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov
22 Oct. 2010 – 16 Jan. 2011
The Model, Sligo is delighted to present Angelology, a new large-scale installation project by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, this project takes the theme of angels – humanity’s imagination and romanticisation of angels especially - as its beginning point, and includes paintings, sculpture and mixed-media installations that fill the entire Model exhibition spaces. The Kabakovs journey to Sligo from The Louvre, where they mounted a retrospective exhibition.
The Kabakov’s work is included in the collections of most of the world’s major museums, including MoMA, Tate Modern and The Pompidou, ad has been shown in the Museum of Modern Art, at the Whitney Biennial, and the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg among others.
Angelology Opening Event Details
A discussion between our Director / Curator Seamus Kealy and the artists on Angelology precedes the opening at 5.30pm.
Angeology Opening, Fri Oct. 22, 6 – 8pm
A violin concert by the Kabakovs’ 14-year-old grandson, Joseph Morag, who is an internationally accomplished classical violinist, accompanies the opening.
Another unique element of the opening weekend happens on Sat, 23 Oct. from 11am – 1pm. Angelic Conversations is a guided gallery tour of Angelology aimed at eight to 12 year-olds. The tour will be given by Orliana Morag, the Kabakovs’ ten-year-old granddaughter, and will be followed by a question and answer session hosted by Orliana for young visitors to The Model.
The Model Education
Taking Small Steps in Big Spaces
To coincide with the exhibitions Angelology and Flight , this autumn’s family programme will take place on Sundays with a series of childrens’ workshops, which will focus on the theme of angels.
The family programme series opens with The Big Draw , on Oct 14th, this is a weekly programme for parents and toddlers. As playfulness is a key element of art-making, The Model family programme will be fun, imaginative and interactive; creating a space for children to explore and enjoy art.
For a full description of each event go to http://themodel.ie/education/taking-small-steps-in-big-spaces.
Parents & Toddlers:
Thurs. 14 Oct. – 16 Dec., The Big Draw (2 – 4 years)
Children and Teenagers:
Sun. 07 Nov., Art Trap (4 – 6 years)
Sun. 14 Nov., Art Trap (7 – 9 years)
Sun. 21 Nov., Model Explorers (10 – 13 years)
Sun. 05 Dec.,
Art Trap (4 – 6 years)
Sun. 12 Dec.,
Art Trap (7 – 9 years)
Sun. 19 Dec.,
Model Explorers (10 – 13 years)