Culture Night 2021 at TBG+S

 

Culture Night 2021 at TBG+S Date/Time
Date(s) - 17/09/2021

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Temple Bar Gallery + Studio

Website
https://www.templebargallery.com/

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Join our friendly team on Culture Night 2021 for an introduction to Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and a tour of Tour Donas, Scottish artist Lucy McKenzie’s first exhibition in Ireland.

Tour Donas grew out of an ongoing conversation between curator Pádraic E. Moore, and artist Lucy McKenzie. Featuring paintings, sculptures and elements of décor. Inspiration includes the Belgian artist, Marthe Donas, who spent two years in Dublin from 1914, studying at the cooperative stained-glass studio, An Túr Gloine. Also De Ooievaar (Villa Stork), a listed building, which McKenzie is now carefully restoring as a home where the varying strands of her multidisciplinary practice can unite.

Tours begin every 30mins from 4pm – 7pm and are a great opportunity to learn about contemporary visual art and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

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Join us on Culture Night 2021 for an open studio event at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios to meet one of our studio artists for an introduction to their artistic practice and work.

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is a leading contemporary art gallery and studio complex. Home to thirty artist studios, TBG+S provides professional artists, from recent graduates to internationally recognised artists, with a vital place to work in Dublin City. This open studio is a great opportunity to gain insight into an artist’s practice and be inspired to make your own art with tips and suggestions from the artist.

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Join us on Culture Night 2021 for a special late opening of Tour Donas, Scottish artist Lucy McKenzie’s first exhibition in Ireland. The exhibition will be open from 11am – 11.30pm.

Tour Donas grew out of an ongoing conversation between curator Pádraic E. Moore, and artist Lucy McKenzie. Featuring paintings, sculptures and elements of décor. Inspiration includes the Belgian artist, Marthe Donas, who spent two years in Dublin from 1914, studying at the cooperative stained-glass studio, An Túr Gloine. Also De Ooievaar (Villa Stork), a listed building, which McKenzie is now carefully restoring as a home where the varying strands of her multidisciplinary practice can unite.

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