Crawford at the Castle
3 Centuries of Irish Art from a National
Collection. Back home now at Emmet
Place the works have been carefully
refigured, following their formal display
in the State Apartments and Coach House
Galleries at Dublin Castle. Free Tours:
Thu.06 Apr.5:30pm & Fri.07.Apr.1pm & Free
public lecture Thu.06Apr.1pm.
The Way Home -
Mid Twentieth Century Irish Works.
05 MAY 7:30pm
Maclise Art Society
a demonstration in pastels by society
president Niall O' Neil €7
Crawford Art Gallery, Emmet Place
Backwater Artists Group Show curated
by Helen Farrell. The exhibition takes
place across two sites in Cork city, CIT
Wandesford Qy Gallery & Elizabeth Fort.
Open: Tue-Fri 11am-5pm, Sat 12pm-5pm.
CIT Wandesford Qy Gallery Clarkes Bridge
2020 Spring Collection
9 Artists 9 Weeks 9 Showcases.
Mini exhibitions each week will feature
new work from Julie Beckett, Nora
Buttimer, Laura Cull, Sharon Dipity, Joe
Healy, Jack Hickey, Eadaoin Harding
Kemp, Ludmila Korol & Anne Marie
Mcinerney Open Tues-Sat, 12-5pm
2020 Gallery, North Mall
an exhibition of fine art mosaics by
Kirsten Murray at
The Natural Foods
Bakery Paul Street.
Campbell & Corkery
New work by 2 Artists from Outlaw
John Corkery www.corkerart.com
St. Peters North Main Street
Oil is the
Film installation & exhibition
by David Jacques exploring the
devastating rise of an Oil Industry
fueled by Capitalism. Open: Tue~Sat
10am~4pm | Wed 10am ~Noon.
Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St.
Debbie Dawson, Eileen Healy, Angie
Shanahan & Eileen Singleton.
Lavit Gallery, Fr. Mathew St.
Noora Pelkonen creates a haunting story
of the Finnish Karelians in exile.
Wed-Sat 11am- 4pm
Cork Photo Gallery
Lord Mayors Pavilion, Fitzgerald's Park
Parc du Souvenir
Stephen Brandes presents work; digital
slideshows, collages and a monumental
Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh
Enter Stage Left:
The craft of theatre in art
Theatre is traditionally seen as a space
of storytelling and illusion, where the
spectator surrenders to the narrative.
In Enter Stage Left, various dramatic
devices such as sets, props, lighting and
script, are utilised by Irish & international
contemporary artists in order to undercut
this sense of artifice.
Set in Time:
Drawings from the
Serge Lifar Collection
From 1909 to 1929, Sergei Diaghilev
commissioned artists such as Pablo
Picasso, Georges Braque, Max Ernst and
Henri Matisse, alongside prominent
Russian painters to design sets and
costumes for the Ballets Russes, one of
great artistic movements of the early
20th century. Principal Dancer Serge Lifar
collected these works.
Lewis Glucksman Gallery UCC