Online Exhibitions

Here you can find information on all the latest exhibitions in the area.

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    Artist in Residence Exhibition | Etaoin O’Reilly | 3rd – 26th September 2020

    Artist in Residence 2020 Ceramic artist and facilitator Etaoin O’Reilly is An Táin Arts Centre’s artist in residence for 2020. Etaoin is a graduate of NCAD (2014), and of the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland’s Ceramics Skills and Design Course (2016). She is also a former artist in residence at NCAD (2016) and LSAD (2018). Etaoin...
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    A Drawing A Day | Els Borghart | 25th July – 22nd August 2020

    A Drawing a Day focuses on the idea of journaling through drawing in response to the Covid-19 crisis. Artist Els Borghart lives and works in Drogheda and her drawings are a creative response to the impact of social distancing and isolation as the new normal. During the artist’s An Táin Arts Centre Instagram take-over in May 2020,...
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    Virtual Exhibition ‘How We Live Now’ Runs until Friday 17th July

    Virtual Exhibition ‘How We Live Now’ Runs until Friday 17th July ‘How We Live Now’ is an online exhibition exploring these strange days, presented in a virtual gallery setting. The Artists: Ciara Agnew, Orla Barry, Patrick Conyngham, Siobhan Conyngham, Mary Cowan, Orlaith Cullinane, Marty Garland, Declan Kelly, Alistair Livi...
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    Virtual Tour of the National Gallery of Ireland

    Explore the wonders of the National Gallery of Ireland’s collection, and take a leisurely stroll around our beautiful galleries from the comfort of your own home in the first in a series of virtual tours. Our physical buildings may be temporarily closed, but you can transport yourself behind our walls by taking a virtual tour of our...
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    Drawn From Borders | 21st May at 12.30pm | Facebook Live | Online

    Drawn From Borders is a project led by artists for artists that explores the concept and reality of borders, specifically the border created 100 years ago by The Partition of Ireland. The project supports the Artlink Members participating in the project to research and develop work collectively and independently that was initially planned to be exh...
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