Events   from   Thursday 30 July 2015

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What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Aug 4 201516:0016:30

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of the documentary 'Father Browne's First World War'. No booking necessary.
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Film
Photograph © NGIAug 5 201511:0011:50

Drop-in Family Workshop
'Inspired by...Costume'. Free art workshop. No booking required. Places are limited, so come early to avoid disappointment.
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Families and Children
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Aug 5 201511:3012:20

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of a BBC documentary, 'Private Life of a Masterpiece: Caravaggio's 'The Taking of Christ'. No booking necessary.
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Film
Italian PaintingsAug 5 201513:0013:30

Free Talk: Caravaggio and his followers
Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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Lectures & Talks
Aoife Goodman; Drawing Studies CourseAug 5 201515:0015:50

Drawing workshop for adults: Colour
'Life Drawing in Colour'. A free drawing workshop for adults & youths. No booking necessary. Places allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Drawing Courses
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Aug 5 201516:0017:00

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of Simon Schama's art documentary'Power of Art: Bernini'. No booking necessary.
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Film
Photograph © NGIAug 6 201511:0011:50

Drop-in Family Workshop
'Inspired by...Icons'. Free art workshop. No booking required. Places are limited, so come early to avoid disappointment.
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Families and Children
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Aug 6 201511:3012:20

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of the documentary 'The Art of Spain: The Moorish South'. No booking necessary.
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Film
PortraitsAug 6 201513:0013:30

Free Talk: The National Portrait Collection
Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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Lectures & Talks
Spanish PaintingsAug 6 201515:0015:30

Free Talk: Costumes in Art
Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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Lectures & Talks