Dublin What's on

John Lavery: Passion and Politics

16 July - 31 October 2010. Born in Belfast, Sir John Lavery (1856-1941) was commissioned to paint Queen Victoria in 1888. This was the beginning of a successful career as a society painter in London....
Dublin What's on

The SCOOP Art Auction & Exhibition

14 - 19 September 2010. Dublin based charity, The SCOOP Foundation, stands for Save Children Out Of Poverty, and its aim is to fund and support disadvantaged children in the developing world. With...
Dublin What's on

Ferran Garcia Sevilla

10 June - 5 September 2010. Spanish painter Ferran Garcia Sevilla is both a collector of images and a merger of styles. The wide-ranging subject matter of his naive, colourful canvasses draws on a mix...
Dublin What's on

Nabobs, Soldiers and Imperial Service: the Irish in India

28 May - 3 October 2010. Trinity College can trace its links with South East Asia as far as back as 1762, when the Chair of Oriental Languages was established. By examining the library's wealth of ass...
Dublin What's on

John Minihan: Beckett's Paris

14 April - 25 June 2010. Irish photographer John Minihan is known primarily for his revealing portraits of heroes of the art and literary world such as Francis Bacon and William Burroughs, however it...
Dublin What's on

Vertical Thoughts: Morton Feldman and the Visual Arts

31 March - 27 June 2010. Considered one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, Morton Feldam was born in New York in 1926. As a pioneer of indeterminate music, a development associated...
Dublin What's on

Taking Stock: Acquisitions 2000-2010

13 March - 25 July 2010. Ten year's worth of acquisitions made by the National Gallery of Ireland are currently on show in a expansive and broad ranging exhibition, including works by van Gogh, Renoir...
Dublin What's on

Witness to War

16 January - 24 May 2010. Due to his dual-status as official photographer for Sinn F
Dublin What's on

The Easter Rising: Understanding 1916

Until 30 November 2010. The social, economic and cultural background to Dublin's Easter Rising is explored, focusing on the 'decade of disturbance' from the Dublin Lockout to the Easter Rising, and fr...
Dublin What's on

Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition

19 December 2009 - 30 April 2010. Dublin's Citywest Event Centre is the stage for a familiar but compelling tale of tragedy: the sinking of the Titanic. The exhibition, already been seen by 22 million...
Dublin What's on

Turner: A Light in the Darkness: Watercolours & Silhouettes & Miniatures

1 - 31 January 2010. The National Gallery of Ireland presents its famous 'Vaughan Collection' of watercolours by JMW Turner (1775-1851). The exhibition includes some of the artist's most striking wate...
Dublin What's on

Picturing New York

25 November-7 February 2010. A celebration of one of the most photographed cities in the world, this exhibition consists of 145 iconic photographs from the collection of New York's Museum of Modern Ar...
Dublin What's on

Dublin: the College and the City 1250 - 1950

5 November 2009 - 13 May 2010. Dublin is one of Europe's oldest cities, with the first settlement established along the river Liffey over one thousand years ago. For roughly half of this time, Trinity...
Dublin What's on

Unknown Pacific (1862-1866)

Until 12 December 2009. The latest exhibition in the Instituto Cervantes displays a selection of photographs on loan from the archives of Spain's National Museum of Natural Sciences. The photographs d...
Dublin What's on

Francis Bacon: A Terrible Beauty

28 October 2009 - 7 March 2010. 'Francis Bacon: A Terrible Beauty' has been hailed as one of Europe's major cultural events of 2009. Comprising paintings which haven't been seen by the public for many...
Dublin What's on

Excavation of the Mound of the Hostages

Until 31 Dec 2009. The Hill of Tara is Ireland's best known complex of archaeological monuments. Because of its important associations with the High Kings of Ireland, excavations at Tara in the 1950s...
Dublin What's on

Edvard Munch Prints

19 September - 6 December 2009. The Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944) first achieved international recognition in 1886 when he painted "The Sick Child". For over 100 years he has been to the f...
Dublin What's on

Blaze Away

Titled 'Blaze Away' after the phrase used to start a duel, this exhibition examines the history of duelling in Ireland and the work of two Dublin families who made guns and swords in the 19th century....
Dublin What's on

Come Back to Erin

Until 23 August 2009. With the nostalgiac title of 'Come Back to Erin', this exhibition features a selection of colourful tourism posters from 1908 up to the 1970s. Produced during a period when mass...

EVENTS THIS WEEK

view calendar
MTWTFSS
      
     
Booking.com

STAY CONNECTED

1033Fans Like
25Followers Follow
219Subscribers Subscribe

Create your Widget

Latest classifieds