OPEN DAY FOR TOURIST INDUSTRY 

2020

Once again the NMAC Foundation is holding a special day aimed at the tourist industry. This Open day, due to be held on March 21st, will show the tourist managers, the NMAC cultural programme for the spring and summer months.

For this occasion the artist in residence Aine Stapleton will exhibit her artistic project as result of her investigation work at NMAC Foundation.

Download our programme and make your reservation at olivia@fundacionnmac.org

For more information +34 956 455 134

Àine Stapleton

Artist in residence at NMAC Foundation

Áine Stapleton is an experimental filmmaker and choreographer from Ireland. She was selected as Dance Ireland’s Associate Artist in 2019. She is an invited member of Project Arts Centre Dublin, the peer panel of the Arts Council of Ireland, and has a First-Class Honours Degree in Dance Studies from the University of Surrey, London.

Áine recently premiered her second feature film ‘Horrible Creature’ based on Lucia Joyce, daughter of Irish writer James Joyce (Ulysses/Finnegans Wake). It screened at the Irish Film Institute Dublin and the Sartorio Museum Italy in 2019/20 – “A stunning visual experience” Film Ireland. Her first film ‘Medicated Milk’ was described as “Strange and startling” Examiner and “A must-see” Film Ireland.

Áine has been investigating the complexities of migration and identity at NMAC Foundation, inspired by her time in Andalucia and her recent participation in the Gibraltar Island Games Artist Residency during 2019.