What's on

  1. Merrion Square forecourt. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Special event

    Milltown and Dargan Wings closed for essential maintenance

    27 June 9.15 - 20.30

    Please note that the Milltown and Dargan Wings are closed for essential maintenance. Apologies for any inconvenience this might cause. The Beit and Millennium Wings remain open as usual.

  2. Stephen Doyle (b. 1994), Dylan is ainm dom…, 2018. © Stephen Doyle.

    Pop-up talk

    Queer Art Movement: Where Is It?

    27 June 13.15 - 13.45

    Join artist Stephen Doyle for this free lunchtime talk, part of a series to celebrate Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival.

  3. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Tour

    LGBTQIA+ Tour

    27 June 14.30 - 15.30

    Explore the history of gender and sexual identity through a selection of works from the collection.

  4. An abstract composition by Wassily Kandinsky entitled Composition, dating to 1922. Image: Courtesy of Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Graphische Sammlung. Photo: © Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

    Friends

    Friends: Curator's Lecture on the Bauhaus

    27 June 18.30 - 20.15

    An exclusive event for members of the Friends of the National Gallery of Ireland. 

  5. A tour of the collection. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Tour

    Evening tour

    27 June 18.30 - 19.15

    A free tour of some of the highlights of the collection.

  6. A painting showing the waterfall at Powerscourt Estate, Co. Wicklow through trees. In the left foreground of the painting, we can see some figures who are dwarfed by the grandeur of the waterfall.

    Special event

    Making Spaces Places

    28 June 13.00 - 14.00

    A special event curated by Paula Meehan and Poetry Ireland and presented in association with the ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art at the National Gallery of Ireland

  7. Detail from Rosa Bonheur, A Stag, 1893.

    Pop-up talk

    A Stag

    28 June 13.15 - 13.45

    Join us for this free lunchtime talk, focused on Rosa Bonheur's painting. Part of a series of talks to celebrate Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival.

  8. A visitor in front of Stanley Royle's The Goose Girl. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Tour

    LGBTQIA+ Tour

    28 June 14.30 - 15.30

    Explore the history of gender and sexual identity through a selection of works from the collection.

  9. Colour photograph of a printmaking studio with one woman in the foreground running paper through a printing press.

    Workshop

    Weekend Etching Course

    29 June 10.00 - 15.00

    Join us for this two-day etching course, in association with Graphic Studio Dublin.

  10. Free guided tours of selected works take place every weekend. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Tour

    Highlights tour

    29 June 12.30 - 13.15

    A free tour of some of the highlights of the collection.