Exhibitions Category: 2020 Highlights

Culture Night

CULTURE NIGHT 2020 This year sees a very different Culture night for all! With that in mind we are delighted to be able to share with you the activities that we have planned this Culture Night which include online videos, podcasts and a zoom workshop for children. Our Gallery will also be open to the …

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Margo Banks

Margo Banks The role of drawing is fundamental to my work. These drawings of crows and animals are sometimes prefaces to paintings, and sometimes a relaxation from them. They are works in their own right. They are witnesses to the changes in the landscape of Teeromoyle in South West Kerry – my mother’s place. My …

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Reconnections

RECONNECTIONS An exhibition by participants of the Waterford Healing Arts Trust Open Studio workshop and the Activation Therapy Unit, St Otteran’s Hospital Created by participants of the Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) weekly Open Studio workshop, this exhibition showcases a diverse range of individual styles and techniques, and celebrates the participants reconnecting after time apart. …

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Rumination

Rumination GOMA is delighted to invite you to our upcoming graduate exhibition featuring three very talented artists showcasing a dazzling array of creativity and ingenuity across multiple artistic disciplines. Artists exhibiting are Niamh Schmidtke, Seamus O Brien and Paul McQuillan.  Each year GOMA awards selected recent graduates in Ireland with an exhibition. This year graduates …

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The House That Built Me

THE HOUSE THAT BUILT ME Bernadette Doolan Award winning Irish artist Bernadette Doolan, living in Wexford, is winner of the best overall work by a non-Academician 2015, and winner of the Irish News 2018 award for depicting Ireland today, in The Royal Ulster Academy annual exhibition. In 2019 won the Rosemary & co award with …

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