Events   before   Saturday 20 December 2014

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What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Dec 19 201414:0014:35

Tiny Tot Workshop
For the under-3’s and their grown-ups. Have fun exploring colours, shapes and sounds with storytelling and art!
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Families and Children
Image © Marc O'SullivanDec 17 201415:0015:40

Creative Art for 55+
Life Drawing Workshop with Caomhán Mac Con Iomaire. Free event, no booking necessary. Spaces limited, so come early.
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Adult Programmes
New Parents' TourDec 17 201414:0014:30

New Parents' Tour
Free public tour for parents, guardians and carers of infants and young children
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Tours
150 Years of the National Gallery of IrelandDec 16 201410:3011:15

Tuesday Lecture 16 December
'NGI Directors: Raymond Keaveney, director 1988-2011. Free public lecture.
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Lectures & Talks
Paolo Uccello (1397-1475), Virgin and Child, c. 1435-1440Dec 15 201414:0014:35

NGIBaby Workshop
*Please note: This workshop is now fully booked*
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Families and Children
National Gallery of IrelandDec 14 201415:0016:00

Art & Architecture of Ireland Lecture
'Architecture in Ireland 1600 - 2000: Now and Then', with Professor Hugh Campbell, University College Dublin. An NGI talk in association with the Art and Architecture of Ireland Project.
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Lectures & Talks
British & American PaintingDec 14 201413:3014:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour, Sunday, 1.30pm.
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Tours
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Dec 14 201412:3013:20

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of a documentary about Paul Gauguin's 'God’s Child'. No booking necessary.
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Film
British & American PaintingDec 14 201412:3013:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour at 12.30pm, Sunday.
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Tours
Photograph © NGIDec 13 201415:0016:00

Family Programme
'The Christmas Tree', with Sarah Edmondson. Admission free, no booking required. Places are limited, so come early to avoid disappointment.
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Families and Children