Events   from   Sunday 21 September 2014

DateStartEndEventEvent type
CoursesOct 4 201411:0013:00

Drawing Studies Winter 2014
'Figure and Life Drawing', with Sahoko Blake, Artist.
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Lifelong Learning & Courses
Dutch PaintingOct 4 201412:3013:00

Family Tour
Free family tour, no booking necessary.
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Tours
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Oct 4 201414:0014:50

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of a documentary called 'The High Art of the Low Countries: Boom and Bust'. No booking necessary.
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Film
Family Programme at the National Gallery of IrelandOct 4 201415:0016:00

Family Programme
'The Animals went in two by two...', with Emma O'Toole. Admission free, 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?Oct 5 201412:3013:20

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of an art documentary called 'A Multitude of Sins: Sir John Lavery'.
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Film
British & American PaintingOct 5 201412:3013:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour at 12.30pm, Sunday.
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Tours
British & American PaintingOct 5 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?Oct 5 201415:0015:45

Sunday Lecture 5 October
'Exploring Paintings from Russia', with Wanda Ryan Smolin, Art Historian. Free public lecture.
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Lectures & Talks
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Oct 7 201410:3011:15

Tuesday Lecture 7 October
'Wicklow through the Artist's Eye', with Patricia Butler, Art Historian, Author, Lecturer and Critic. Free public lecture.
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Lectures & Talks
William John Leech, A Convent Garden in Brittany, c. 1913 (Oil on canvas, 132 x 106cm) © The Artist’s Estate / Photo © National Gallery of Ireland Oct 8 2014 - Apr 12 2015

Lines of Vision
To mark the 150th anniversary of the National Gallery of Ireland, Irish writers find inspiration in its wonderful collection. Opening 8 October.
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Exhibitions