Events   from   Monday 22 December 2014

DateStartEndEventEvent type
Turner at the National Gallery of IrelandJan 1 2015 - Jan 31 2015

Turner: The Vaughan Bequest
This display celebrates the development of the Gallery from 1864 to the present day and focuses on the important contribution of patrons and benefactors to the development of a national collection. Admission free, Print Gallery.
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Exhibitions
Dutch PaintingJan 3 201512:3013:00

Family Tour
Free family tour, no booking necessary.
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Tours
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Jan 3 201514:0014:50

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of a documentary about the artist Turner. No booking necessary.
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Film
Photograph © NGIJan 3 201515:0016:00

Family Workshop
“The cold wind doth blow and we shall have snow…” with Clare Henderson. Admission free, no booking required. Places are limited, so come early to avoid disappointment.
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Families and Children
British & American PaintingJan 4 201511:3012:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour, Sunday, 11.30pm.
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Tours
What's on at the National Gallery of Ireland?Jan 4 201512:3013:20

Art Documentary Screening
Free screening of 'Rivers of Words', a film based on Thomas MacGreevy. No booking necessary.
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Film
Walter Frederick Osborne, 'In a Dublin Park, light and shade', c.1895Jan 4 201512:3013:00

AAI Tour: Irish Art
Free tour of Irish art in the collection.
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Tours
British & American PaintingJan 4 201513:3014:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour, Sunday, 1.30pm.
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Tours
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 Jan 4 201515:0015:45

Sunday Lecture 4 January
'The Hennessy Portrait Prize', with Anne Hodge, NGI. Free public lecture.
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Lectures & Talks
Roderic O'Conor,'La Jeune Bretonne', c.1895Jan 6 201510:3011:15

Tuesday Lecture 6 January
Winner of the Hennessy Portrait Prize, Nick Miller. Free public lecture.
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Lectures & Talks