Events   from   Dé hAoine 30 Meán Fómhair 2016

DateStartEndEventEvent type
Samh 3 201618:3019:30

Autumn Lecture Series: Painting the Crowd - Parades, Rituals and Monster Meetings in Irish Art, 1800-1850
One of a series of Thursday evening lectures in association with the exhibition 'Creating History: Stories of Ireland in Art'. Tickets available in advance, and on the door.
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Lectures & Talks
Samh 4 201615:0016:00

Autumn Mid-Term Art Break
'Bonfire Tales' with Libby Simington. A creative workshop for 5-10 year olds, based on seasonal themes. Tickets €5 or four tickets for €15. Tickets available in advance from the Gallery shop 01-663 3518.
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Families and Children
Samh 5 201612:3013:00

Family Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free family tour of the collection. No booking necessary.
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Tours
Samh 5 201614:0014:30

Art Documentary | Masterpieces of the British Museum: The Assyrian Lion Hunt Reliefs
Free screening of a special documentary about the Masterpieces of the British Museum: The Assyrian Lion Hunt Reliefs. No booking necessary.
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Film
Samh 5 201615:0015:50

Saturday Family Workshop
'Storytelling' with Gordon Snell. A free family workshop, suitable for 4-10 year olds. No booking necessary, but come early as places are limited.
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Families and Children
Samh 6 201611:3012:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour, Sunday, 11.30am.
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Tours
Samh 6 201612:3013:20

Art Documentary | Vermeer's 'The Art of Painting'.
Free screening of the art documentary, 'Vermeer's 'The Art of Painting'. No booking necessary.
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Film
Samh 6 201612:3013:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour, Sunday, 12.30pm.
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Tours
Samh 6 201613:3014:00

Public Tour: Highlights of the Collection
Free public tour, Sunday, 1.30pm.
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Tours
Samh 9 201615:0015:30

Creative Art 55+: Special Curator’s Tour: Creating History: Stories of Ireland in Art
A free tour, led by Curator Dr. Brendan Rooney. Part of the 'Ageing Creatively: Creative Art 55+' programme of events. Places are limited, so come early.
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Tours