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Belfast Exposed
Belfast Exposed Photography, The Exchange Place, 23 Donegall St, Belfast BT1 2FF, N. Ireland. T: 0044 (0)28 90230965;; Twitter: @BelfastExposed.

Apr 3-May 24 How We Learn Wendy Ewald, Julian Germain, Wendy McMurdo, James Russell Cant, Marysa Dowling and Belfast schools.


Belfast Waterfront
2 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3WH. T: 00 44 (0)28 9033 4400;; See the centre's website for exhibition details.


Catalyst Arts
Ground Floor, 5 College Court, Belfast, N. Ireland, BT1 6BS. T: 00 +44 028 90 313 303;;; @Catalyst_Arts. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Fenderesky Gallery
105 Royal Avenue Belfast, BT1 1FF. T: 028 (048 from ROI) 90235245;; Fri & Sat: 2pm-5pm or by appointment. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Metropolitan Arts Centre, Exchange Street, Belfast, B21 2NJ. T: Booking – +44 (0)28 (048 from ROI) 90235053 or administration – 028 90892960; Mon-Sun: 10am-7pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.

Until Apr 27 Kara Walker


Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens, Belfast BT9 5AB. T: +44 0 28 90440000;; Twitter: @UlsterMuseum. See the museum's website for exhibition details.


Millennium Court Arts Centre
William St, Portadown, BT62 3NX, N. Ireland. T: +0044 (0)2838394415;;; Facebook:; Twitter: @_MCAC. Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm. See the centre's website for exhibition details.


Visual Centre for Contemporary Art
Visual Centre for Contemporary Art and GB Shaw Theatre, Old Dublin Road, Carlow. T: 059 9172400;;; @VisualGBShaw. Tues-Sat: 11am-5.30pm; Sun: 2-5pm. Free admission.

Until May 11 Patrick Scott: Image Space Light Features Patrick Scott's works from the 1960s to the present. A concurrent exhibition at Imma, Dublin, is showing early works from 1940 to 1969.


Crawford Art Gallery
Emmet Place, Cork. T +353 (0)21 490 7852;;; @CrawfordArtGall. Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm; Late Thurs until 8pm. Free admission.

Ongoing: Sunshine and Shadow: Aspects of British Impressionism 1920–1950; AIB Collection; The Art of the Silhouette in 19th century Cork


Lewis Glucksman Gallery
UCC, Cork. T: 021 4901844;;; @glucksman. Tues-Sat: 10am-5pm; Sun: 2pm-5pm. Admission free. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Sirius Arts Centre
The Old Yacht Club, Cobh. T: (021) 481 3790;; Wed-Fri: 11am-1pm; 2-5pm; Sat-Sun: 2-5pm. Closed Mon-Tues. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


West Cork Arts Centre
North St, Skibbereen. T: 028 22090; F: 028 23237;; Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm. See the centre's website for exhibition details.



Casino at Marino
Cherrymount Crescent, Malahide Road, Dublin 3. An OPW heritage property. T: 01 8331618;;; Twitter: @TheCasinoMarino; Guided tours: Mar 15-Oct 31. Open March-May & October: 10am-5pm; June-Sept: 10am-6pm. Last adm: 45 min before closing. Bus: 20b, 27, 27B, 42, 42A, 42B and 123; Dart to Clontarf–20 min walk up Malahide Rd. Free parking. Adm. prices: Adult €3; Senior/Group €2; Child/Student €1/Family €8. Dublin Pass and OPW Heritage Cards accepted. Free admission on first Wednesday of each month.

Free admission exhibition: Until Apr 24 As part of the Battle of Clontarf millennium anniversary, the Casino in conjunction with the Clontarf 2014 Committee is exhibiting an iconic painting of the Battle of Clontarf by Hugh Frazer RHA (1795-1865), by kind permission of the Isaacs Arts Centre, Hawaii, USA.

From May 1 Paradise Lost The Casino is all that remains of the vast 18th-century garden at Marino. Described by Charles T. Bowden in his Travel Guide of 1791 as a "terrestrial paradise", the demesne design was inspired by Lord Charlemont's extensive Grand Tour. The exhibition gathers together an eclectic collection of evidence and remnants of the exotic planting, fascinating architecture, and classical sculpture that inhabited the garden. Accounts of contemporaries who visited and sampled the delights of Marino, such as Mrs Delany, bring the past to life. The exhibition is supported by an illustrated catalogue, a heritage-trail smartphone app and an online exhibition (

Centre for Creative Practices
CFCP, 15 Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin 2, T: 01 7995416;;; @CFCP. Opening hours: 12 noon-6pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Chester Beatty Library
Dublin Castle, Dublin 2. T: 4070750; fax: 4070760;;; @CBL_Dublin. Tues-Fri: 10am-5pm; Sat: 11am-5pm; Sun: 1-5pm. Free admission.


Cross Gallery
59 Francis Street, Dublin 8. T: 353 1 473 8978;; Tues-Fri: 10am-5.30pm; Sat: 11am-5pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Douglas Hyde Gallery
Trinity College Dublin 2. T: 353 1 8961116; F: 670 8330;;; DHG_Dublin. Mon-Fri: 11am-6pm; Thurs: 11am-7pm; Sat: 11am-4.45pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.

Until May 21 55 Years Gedi Sibony

Until May 21 Mongolian Folk Drawings

From May 30 Giorgio Griffa

From May 30 Katharina Wulff


The Blanchardstown Centre, Blanchardstown,
Dublin 15. T: 353 1 8098021; Box office: 8852622;
F: 8243434;;; @Draiocht_Blanch. Mon- Sat: 10am-6pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Dublin Castle
State Apartments Dublin Castle, Dublin 2. T: +353 (01) 6458813;;; Mon-Sat: 9.45am-4.45pm; Sun and bank hol: 12pm-4.45pm. Guided/self-guided tour: Adult €4.50; Student/senior: €3.50; Child (over 7): €2. Free adm to The Morpeth Roll exhibition. Dublin Castle is an OPW-managed heritage property.

Until Apr 4: The Morpeth Roll In 1841 Irish people responded to the call from Daniel O’Connell to sign a testimonial to present to Lord Morpeth on the occasion of his stepping down as Chief Secretary of Ireland. The result was the Morpeth Roll, a collection of 160,000 signatures on 652 sheets of paper.


Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane
Charlemont House, Parnell Sq. N. T: 353 1 2225550;;; @TheHughLane. Tues-Thurs: 10am-6pm; Fri-Sat: 10am-5pm; Sun: 11am-5pm. Closed Mon. Admission free.

Until May 4 Sleepwalkers: In Art We Are Poor Citizens Gavin Murphy.

Until May 11 Francis Bacon and Conflict

From May 23 Eva Rothschild

Ongoing: Francis Bacon’s Studio; Sean Scully Gallery; Stained Glass Room; Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot


Farmleigh Gallery
Castleknock, Dublin 15. T: 353 1 8155900; Tues-Sun and bank hol:10am-5pm. Last admittance to the Farmleigh Estate is 5pm–gates close at 6pm. Free adm. OPW-managed heritage property. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Graphic Studio Gallery
Through the arch, off Cope St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 (behind Central Bank). T: + 353 (0)1 6798021;; Facebook:; Twitter: GraphicStudioG. Mon-Fri: 10am-5:30pm; Sat: 11am-5pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Hillsboro Fine Art
49 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1. T: (01) 8788242;;; Mon-Fri: 10.30am-6pm; Sat: 10.30am-3.30pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.

Until Apr 26 Collected: Irish and International Paintings and Sculpture Group exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculpture by Basil Blackshaw, Sandro Chia, Alan Davie, Patrick Graham, Teiji Hayama, Robert Motherwell, Larry Poons, Shani Rhys James, Mario Schifano, Julian Schnabel, Tim Scott, John Noel Smith, Michael Warren.

May 1-31 Sandro Chia: Dipinti e Disegni New paintings and drawings. Though Chia exhibited in the Rosc exhibitions of the 1980s, this will be his first solo exhibition in Ireland.


Irish Museum of Modern Art
Royal Hospital, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. T: 353 1 6129900; F: 6129999;; @IMMAIreland. Tues-Sat: 10am-5.30pm, except Wed 10.30am-5.30pm; Sun/bank holidays: Noon-5.30pm. Closed Mon. Last admission: 5.15pm. Free admission, except for special exhibitions.

Until Apr 13 One Foot in the Real World: IMMA Collection Works based on the urban environment, the domestic arena and the everyday.

Until Apr 27 Light Rhythms Family exhibition about sound, light and line.

Until May 11 Line Writing Vong Phaophanit.

Until May 18 Patrick Scott: Image Space Light Features Patrick Scott's early works from 1940 to 1969. A concurrent exhibition at VISUAL Carlow will show works from the 1960s to the present

Ongoing: Are jee be? Haroon Mirza


Kerlin Gallery
Anne's Lane, South Anne Street, Dublin 2. T: 6709093; F: 6709096;;; @KerlinGallery. Mon-Fri: 10am-5.45pm; Sat 11am-4.30pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Mother's Tankstation
41–43 Watling Street, Usher’s Island, Dublin 8. T: 353 1 671 7654.; Thurs-Sat: 12–6pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


National Library of Ireland
Kildare St, Dublin 2. T: 01 6030259 (Ask for the Education & Outreach department);;
Mon-Wed: 9.30am-7.45pm; Thurs & Fri: 9.30am-4.45pm; Sat: 9.30am-4.30pm; Sun: 1pm-5pm. See the museum's website for exhibition details.


National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology Kildare Street, Dublin 2. Three locations in Dublin: Archaeology, Kildare Street; Decorative Arts, Collins Barracks; and Natural History, Merrion Street. Free admission. T: +353 (0) 1 677 7444; F: +353 (0) 1 677 7450;;; Facebook; @NMIreland. Bookings (Tues-Fri, 10am-1pm): T: 01 6486453 F: 6791025; Tues-Sat: 10am-5pm; Sun: 2pm-5pm. Closed Mon (including bank hol).

Permanent exhibitions:
The Treasury Treasures of early medieval Ireland
Ór – Ireland's Gold
Prehistoric Ireland; Kingship and Sacrifice Iron Age bog bodies
Viking Ireland

Medieval Ireland (1150-1550)
– Power, Work and Prayer
Ancient Egypt From the Stone Age to the Middle Ages
Ceramics and Glass from Ancient Cyprus

Life and Death in the Roman World

Temporary exhibition:
Rites of Passage at Tara

Decorative Arts & History Museum
Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7. Free admission.

Permanent exhibitions:

Reconstructed Rooms – Four Centuries of Furnishings
Eileen Gray
The Way We Wore
– 250 Years of Irish Clothing and Jewellery
Curators' Choice
; Out of Storage – View the reserve collection
Irish Silver
– A Thousand Years of Irish Coins & Currency
What's In Store?

The Easter Rising
– Understanding 1916
A Dubliner’s Collection of Asian Art – The Albert Bender Exhibition
Irish Country Furniture

Soldiers and Chiefs – The Irish at War at Home and Abroad, 1550-2001

Temporary exhibitions:
Franciscan Faith: Sacred Art in Ireland 1600-1750;
Kildare Place Society and Schooling in the 19th Century
Ongoing: Lockout: Impact and Aftermath.

Natural History Museum
Merrion Street, Dublin 2. Free admission.

Permanent exhibitions:
Irish Fauna; Mammals of the World


NCAD Gallery
100 Thomas St, Dublin 8. T: 636 4390;;; @NCAD_Gallery. Mon-Fri: 1pm-5pm. Admission free. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Project Arts Centre
39 East Essex St., Temple Bar, D2. T: (01)8819613;;; Twitter: @ProjectVisArts; Mon-Sat: 11am-8pm (excluding bank holidays).

Until Apr 14 Eva Kotátková (CZ) and Dominik Lang (CZ).

Apr 17-26 TV Museum: The Mini Series #1 Screening: TVTV Looks at the Oscars, 1976. April 23, 5-7pm: Lecture and book launch – four-part lecture and screening programme by Maeve Connolly.

From May 8 The French Diplomat’s Office Barbara Bloom.


Rathfarnham Castle
Rathfarnham, Dublin 14. T: 353 1 4939462;; Free admission.Wed-Sun 10.30am-5pm (last adm: 4pm). Rathfarnham Castle is an OPW-managed heritage property. Contact the Castle for exhibition details.


Royal Hibernian Academy
Gallagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 2. T: 6612558; F: 6610762;E:;; @rhagallery Adm. free. Mon-Sat: 11am-5pm.

Gallery I: Until Apr 27 Connemara Dorothy Cross

RHA Ashford Gallery: Until Apr 27 Souvenirs James Hanley RHA

RHA Foyer: Until Apr 27 Gacaca Paul McKinley

RHA Atrium: Until Apr 27 AL13 Ciarán Lennon

All galleries: From May 27 184th Annual Exhibition


Rua Red
South Dublin Arts Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24. T: 353 1 4515860;;; @RUARED. Mon-Sat: 10am-6pm.

Galleries 1 & 2: Until Apr 19 Must Go On Moving images, photography, animation, painting, and sculptural installations by Irish and international artists. Curated by Clíodhna Shaffrey and Ruairí Ó Cuív.

Gallery 1: May 2-31 Without Rosemary Lee with Echo Echo Dance Theatre Company. Part of the Dublin Dance Festival. A seven-screen film projection with sound, capturing a panoramic view of Derry and its inhabitants.

Gallery 2: May 2-31 Dance with Camera Work by Ríonach Ó Néill and Rosemary Lee, and screenings of the 12 shorts from RTÉ’s Dance on the Box series, commissioned in 2006, 2008 and 2010. Part of Dublin Dance Festival 2014.


Taylor Galleries
16 Kildare St, Dublin 2. T: 353 1 6766055; F: 6766642;;; @TaylorGalleries. Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm; Sat 11am-3pm.

Apr 10-May 3 New Paintings Charles Tyrrell

May 8-31 Mary Lohan

May 8-31 LACUNA [ 02 ] Neil Carroll, Cora Cummins, Sarah Jane Finnegan, Gillian Lawler, Shane Murphy, Sonny Ortolano. Curated by Sabina Mac Mahon & David Quinn.


Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2. T: +353 (0)1 6710073;;; Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Free admission.

Apr 11-Jun 7 The mind was dreaming The world was its dream Jonathas de Andrade, Edgardo Aragón, Gavin Murphy and Lisa Tan. Curated by Paula Naughton. Thurs, Apr 10, 5pm. Curators talk with Paula Naughton.


Fine Art & Collectibles Auctioneers & Valuers, 38 Molesworth Street Dublin 2. T: 00 3531 676 2888; F: 00 3531 676 2880;;;;; Contact Whyte's for auction details.


Higher Bridges Gallery
Clinton Centre, Belmore St, Enniskillen. Contact: Arts
Office, Fermanagh District Council; T: +0044 (0)28 66325050; Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm; Sat: 11am-4pm.

Apr 17-May 10 The Lost & Found Office Seamus Dunbar. Works based on the artist’s 13 walks along the trails of the old railway line from Enniskillen to Sligo, which covers some 50 miles (80 km).

From May 16 South West College annual end-of-year foundation students' expo.


St. John's Theatre and Arts Centre
The Square, Listowel. T: 068 22566;; Mon-Sat: 10am-6pm; 7pm-11pm on show nights. See the centre's website for exhibition details.


National Craft Gallery
Castle Yard, Kilkenny. 056 7796147.;; Facebook. Tues-Sat: 10am-5.30pm; Sun: 11am-5.30pm.; Mon: Closed (except bank holidays – open 11am-5:30pm). Free admission.

Until May 7 Interlace Contemporary interpretations of lace. The show, developed by the National Craft Gallery, explores how traditional material culture creates a resonant source for contemporary practice. Includes work by Saidhbhín Gibson and Caroline Schofield, whose practice combines fine and applied art; Róisín de Buitléar's etched glass vessels based on vernacular lace patterns; fashion designer Natalie B Coleman; textile artists Anita Elliot, Helen McAllister; and Cathryn Hogg’s and Patty Murphy’s ceramics.

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Dunamaise Arts Centre
Church Street, Portlaoise. T: 057 8663355;;;; Twitter: @dunamaise. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm.

Until Apr 26 Dídean/Home Eoin Mac Lochlainn. Works examining the human dimension to the economic collapse and notions of "home".

May 1-Jun 8 Annual art/craft/design exhibition by Abbeyleix Further Education Centre. Thurs, May 1, 6pm: Opening reception.


The Dock
St. George’s Terrace, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim. T: 0719650828.;; @thedockarts; Facebook. Tues-Fri: 10am-6pm; Sat: 10am-5pm. Closed: Sun & Mon. Free admission. See the centre's website for exhibition details.


Bourn Vincent Gallery
Foundation Building, University of Limerick, Limerick. T: 061213052; F: 061330316; Contact the gallery for exhibition details.


EVA International 2014
Ireland’s Biennial at Limerick city venues and Limerick City Gallery of Art, Pery Square, Limerick. T: +353 (0) 61310633 – ask for EVA International;;;; From Apr 12 EVA International 2014 – Agitationism Curated by Bassam El Baroni. Opening: Fri, Apr 11. Features works by 56 Irish and international artists, selected from over 2000 proposals by artists in 96 countries. EVA 2014 is the 36th edition of EVA International. The theme of this edition reflects the many complex questions of the current heightened global socio-political moment. Participating artists: Bisan Abu-Eisheh, Doa Aly, Kjersti Andvig, Martí Anson, Amanda Beech, Ann Böttcher, Jenny Brady, Benjamin de Búrca & Barbara Wagner, +billion- (James Merrigan), Luis Camnitzer, Chimurenga, Jacqueline Doyen, Tom Flanagan & Megs Morley, Zachary Formwalt, GRRRR (Ingo Giezendanner), Nilbar Güres, Iswanto Hartono & Raqs Media Collective, Rana Hamadeh, Siobhán Hapaska, Nicoline van Harskamp, Cécile Hartmann, Malak Helmy, David Horvitz, Luis Jacob, Jeffrey Charles Henry Peacock, Ramon Kassam, Patrick Jolley, Hassan Khan, Per–Oskar Leu, Alon Levin, Sofie Loscher, Mona Marzouk, Pauline M'barek, Asier Mendizabal, Metahaven, Nástio Mosquito, Catalina Niculescu, Seamus Nolan, Mark O'Kelly, Uriel Orlow, Neša Paripovic, Michael Patterson-Carver, Garrett Phelan, Elizabeth Price, Eva Richardson McCrea, Walid Sadek, Miri Segal, Ann-Sofi Sidén, Praneet Soi, Paul Tarpey, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Humberto Vélez, Carla Zaccagnini. For further information, please see

Hunt Museum
The Custom House, Rutland Street, Limerick. T: 061 312833;;; @HuntMuseum. Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm; Sun: 2pm-5pm: Historic Collection: Charges apply. Free admission to other exhibitions.

Ongoing: Curator’s Choice: Twelve Limerick Artists. One artist selected from the collection each month.

Ongoing: Limerick Printmakers at the Hunt Café.


Limerick City Gallery of Art
Carnegie Building, Pery Square, Limerick. Mon-Fri: 10am-5.30pm; Thurs: Until 8.30pm; Sun: 12-5pm. T: 061310633;; Twitter: @limerickgallery.

From Apr 12 EVA International 2014 – Agitationism Curated by Bassam El Baroni


Droichead Arts Gallery
Stockwell St, Drogheda T: 041 9833946;;; Twitter: @DroicheadArtz. Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Adm free.

Until Apr 25 Interconnectedness Robert Kelly. Triptych and polyptych relief prints.


Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery
Laurence Street, Drogheda. T: +353 (0) 419803311; F: 041 9803313;;; @Highlanes. Mon-Sat: 10.30am-5pm; Closed Sun. Adm: Free. Donations of €2 encouraged. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Ballinglen Gallery
The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Main Street, Ballycastle. T/F: 09643184;;; Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm and by appointment at weekends.

Until Apr 25 pandemonium diary Bob Morouney. 50 copperplate etchings informed by the artist’s studies in phenomenology and eco-philosophy. His visual metaphors of buildings juxtapose disparate elements and narrative moments, offering various interpretations and new ways of seeing the familiar and "the way the world is".

The Ballinglen Arts Foundation was founded in 1992 to bring professional, established artists and emerging artists of recognised ability, from outside Mayo and from abroad, to live and work in North Mayo so as to benefit both the artists and the community. Its programmes, a series of interrelated projects in the visual arts, provide a direct socio-economic and educational benefit to the community whilst contributing substantively to the development of each artist’s work. The work of the Foundation (Irish Charity 11019) is supported by the Arts Council, the Ireland Funds, Mayo County Council and private contributors. For further information, please contact Úna Forde or Chrissie Tighe, The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Main Street, Ballycastle, Co Mayo.


Custom House Studios
The Quay, Westport, Co. Mayo. T: 098 28735;; Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun (Bank hol): 1pm-4.30pm.

Apr 10-May 5 Dermot Delargy Based on Delargy’s Art and Extinction series, developed over the last 10 years, these paintings encompass a series of ongoing oil sketches and larger canvasses on board, extending the artist’s ideas about extinction.

May 8-Jun 1 Cora Murphy A series of abstract paintings that capture the sights, sounds and sensations of the Mayo lakes, and the greater Mayo landscape in mayfly season; also, a soundscape by award-winning sound artist Susanna Caprara.

May 8-Jun 1 Cormac O’Neill Using simple materials and working by hand, O’Neill examines how the hand can convey sensation, hesitancy, intensity, emotion and incompletion in an intuitive and expressive way.


National Museum of Ireland – Country Life
Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. T: +353 (0) 94 9031755; F: +353 (0) 94 9031628;;; Facebook; @NMIreland. Tues-Sat: 10am-5pm; Sun: 2pm-5pm. Closed Mon (including bank holidays). Bookings (Tues-Fri, 10am-1pm): T: 094 9031751 F: 094 9031498;

Permanent exhibitions:
Romanticism & Reality
The Natural Environment
The Times (1850-1950)

Trades and Crafts
Activities in the Home
Working on the Land and Water

Temporary exhibitions:
Straw, Hay and Rushes
Hair Hurling Balls


Hamilton Gallery
4 Castle Street, Sligo. T: 353 (0) 71 91 43686; F: +353 (0) 7191 0365;; @HamiltonSligo; Facebook. Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm.

Apr 3-26 Rilke Hymn Boxes + Black Elk Drawings Marie Foley.


The Model
The Mall, Sligo. T: 071 9141405;;; @modelsligo; Facebook. Tues-Sat: 11am-5:30pm; Thurs: open late till 8pm; Sun 12-5pm.

Until Apr 20 Winter Light Mark Garry. Thread installations, new film works and collaborative music project.


Garter Lane Arts Centre
5 O'Connell Street, Waterford. T: 051 877153;;; @garterlane; Facebook.
Tues-Sat: 11am-5.30pm and during performances. Free adm.

Main Gallery: Apr 11-May 30 The Morn in Russet Clad Jack O Hare. New watercolours. Part of the ongoing celebrations for Garter Lane Arts Centre’s 30th anniversary.

Apr 11-May 30 FOH Space: Relaunch of the exhibition space. FOH Space is an opportunity for students, recent graduates and emerging artists to exhibit new work in Garter Lane Arts Centre front-of-house area.


Luan Gallery
Grace Road, Athlone, Co. Westmeath. T: 090 6442154;; Tues-Sat: 11am-5pm; Sun: 12-5pm. See the gallery's website for exhibition details.


Wexford Arts Centre
Cornmarket, Wexford. T: 053 9123764; F: 053 9121765; E:;; @wexfordarts. Tues-Sat: 10am-5.30pm.

Until May 10 Living Arts Project In association with Arts Department of Wexford County Council. Selection of work from the participating schools and artists in the long-term visual arts
educational scheme, which comprises an artist-in-
residence programme for four primary schools in the county and a curatorial residency for one transition-year group in a local secondary school.