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Russborough Revisited

The National Gallery dedicates its summer exhibition to Russborough House, the celebrated Palladian pile in County Wicklow, south of Dublin. The gallery has had a long and illustrious relationship...
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Imagining the Divine: The Holy Family in Art

26 Nov-1 April. The National Gallery presents an exhibition that focuses on how artists through the ages have chosen to depict the early life of Christ. The show comprises 13 paintings and drawing...
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Carey Clarke: A Retrospective

13 January - 26 February. The Royal Hibernian Academy dedicates a retrospective to celebrated Irish artist Carey Clarke. Following graduation at Dublin's National College of Art & Design, Clarke's...
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The School of Medicine 1711-2011

7 April-2 October. Introduced with a humourous quotation by former Trinity College student Jonathan Swift, "The best doctors in the world are Dr Diet, Dr Quiet and Dr Merryman", this exhibition highli...
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Visceral: The Living Art Experiment

28 January - 25 February 2011. This controversial and provocative exhibition is not for the faint-hearted. Visceral comprises artworks which have been created from living tissue and is the result of t...
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Literary Workshops

Join us in Abruzzo, Italy for one of our workshops. Visit our site.
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Literary Abruzzo

Join us for a guided study of the work and life of Ignazio Silone near his birthplace, Pescina.
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The Moderns

20 October - 3 April 2011. The Moderns is an extensive and far-reaching exhibition which explores the development of visual arts in Ireland from 1900 to 1975. Largely comprising work from IMMA's o...
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