What's on

  1. Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), 'Portrait of Doña Antonia Zárate', c.1805. © National Gallery of Ireland.


    Drawing the Collection

    27 April 13.00 - 14.00

    Join us for a tutored drawing session inspired by works in the permanent collection of the National Gallery.

  2. Image of a yellow poppy standing in soil on a black background


    Themed Tour: James Coleman: Still Life, 2013-2016

    29 April 13.30 - 14.15

    Join us for a free guided tour exploring the James Coleman: Still Life, 2013-2016 exhibition.

  3. A tour group from behind the bust of Gerry Hynes by Vera Klute. © National Gallery of Ireland.


    Literature in Art

    30 April 14.30 - 15.15

    A free themed tour of the collection highlighting the connections between literature and art.

  4. Early years education programmes, National Gallery of Ireland


    Baby Sensory Workshop

    15 May 12.00 - 14.00

    Join us for this baby sensory workshop

  5. Talk

    Sensory Talk: Joseph Walsh's Magnus Modus

    23 May 13.15 - 13.35

    Join us for a free, in-person lunchtime talk looking at Joseph Walsh's sculpture, Magnus Modus.

  6. Lavinia Fontana's painting after conservation treatment.

    Special event

    Symposium - Lavinia Fontana: Trailblazer, Rule Breaker

    26 May 9.30 - 17.00

    An international symposium, hosted in conjunction with our forthcoming exhibition.

  7. Painting of a female figure with dark hair wearing a pink shawl and dress sitting on a bed

    Online course

    Online Art Appreciation Course: On the Move: The Journeys of Artists and Artworks, 1650 - 1950

    03 October 18.00 - 19.15

    Book now: An 8-week online course exploring trace the journeys of artists and the artworks they created in the National Gallery of Ireland.