Category Archives: St Carthage Hall

St Carthage Hall exhibition programme 2017.

3 February - 4 March 2017 A SPACE FOR LISMORE Lismore Castle Arts presents our annual A Space for Lismore project, a series of projects led by the local community. Junk Couture Transition Year Students from Blackwater Community School launch their Junk Kouture campaign. The launch will feature a live fashion show. LAUNCH 3rd FEB 3.30-5…
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ORIGINS 2016 – LAURA SKEHAN. 22 OCTOBER – 4 DECEMBER 2016

Laura Skehan: Political Land / Poetic Territory 22 OCTOBER – 4 DECEMBER 2016 Preview: 4-6pm Saturday 22 October Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall   Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to announce our next exhibition at St Carthage Hall will be a solo exhibition of commissioned new work by Laura Skehan, the winner of the inaugural…
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Ciara Roche: 9.42am – 11.56pm. 10 September – 16 October 2016

Ciara Roche: 9.42am - 11.56pm 10 September - 16 October 2016 Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to announce our next exhibition at St Carthage Hall will be a solo exhibition of new paintings by Ciara Roche. The title of the exhibition 9.42am – 11.56pm is a reference to the times…
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The Museum of August Destiny. 17 July – 4 September 2016

The Museum of August Destiny 17 July - 4 September 2016. Aideen Barry, Mark Clare, Amanda Coogan, Anthony Haughey, Dragana Jurisic and Sarah Pierce Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall Location: Chapel Street, Lismore (behind Heritage Centre)   Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to announce our next exhibition at St Carthage Hall will be The Museum…
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ENRICO DAVID: AUTOPARENT 3 APRIL – 3 JULY 2016.

ENRICO DAVID: AUTOPARENT 3 APRIL - 3 JULY 2016. PREVIEW 2 APRIL   Lismore Castle Arts: St Carthage Hall Location: Chapel Street, Lismore (behind Heritage Centre) Lismore Castle Arts presents a new exhibition by Enrico David. For this exhibition, the artist has created a site specific work. Cast in fibreglass and jesmonite, this work utilises…
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REVERSE!PUGIN 24 October – 6 December 2015.

REVERSE!PUGIN An exhibition curated by Sean Lynch 24 October - 6 December 2015. Launch 23 October, 6 - 8pm Playfully titled after nineteenth century architect and critic Augustus Welby Pugin, Lynch’s exhibition explores the attitudes that underpin human relationships to the environment. Pugin’s catholic sensibilities, as expressed through large-scale architectural and ornamental design (seen throughout Lismore Castle…
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