Category Archives: St Carthage Hall

MICHAEL DEAN: LAUGHING FOR CRYING, 31 MARCH – 19 MAY 2019

MICHAEL DEAN: LAUGHING FOR CRYING 31 March – 19 May 2019 at St Carthage Hall. Preview Saturday 30 March 2019. Michael Dean’s immersive sculptural installations begin with his own writing, which he translates into physical form, from letter-like human-scale figures to self-published books deployed as sculptural elements within his installations. His materials are readily available,…
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St Carthage Hall Exhibition Programme 2019

St Carthage Hall is the project space of Lismore Castle Arts. A Space for Lismore: Carol-Anne Connolly, Pattern Landscape, January To March 2019 Exhibition open 15-17 March, 12-5pm Every Spring Lismore Castle Arts runs A Space for Lismore, which seeks to invite an artist to work with the local community in Lismore. Carol Anne Connolly’s…
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KEVIN ATHERTON, CATHEDRAL II: 28 OCTOBER – 25 NOVEMBER 2018

Kevin Atherton: Cathedral II   Preview Saturday 27 October 4-6pm Exhibition continues; 28 October - 25 November at St Carthage Hall. In recent years the Irish based artist Kevin Atherton has become well known for revisiting his previous works. For his installation at St Carthage Hall in Lismore he has chosen to return to a work…
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ORIGINS 2018: 26 AUGUST – 14 OCTOBER 2018

Origins 2018: Curated by Alissa Kleist and Lismore Castle Arts   Preview Saturday 25 August 4-6pm, Exhibition continues; 26 August – 14 October at St Carthage Hall. Jesse James Hallaway (Limerick School of Art and Design), Gary Reilly (National College of Art and Design) and Anna O’Riordan (Crawford College of Art and Design) Lismore Castle Arts…
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THE EXPANDED FIELD: 15 JULY – 19 AUGUST 2018

The Expanded Field: Co-curated by Lismore Castle Arts and Askeaton Contemporary Arts     Opening Saturday 14 July 4-6pm, Exhibition continues: 15 July - 19 August at St Carthage Hall. Co-curated by Lismore Castle Arts and Askeaton Contemporary Arts, The Expanded Field is a group exhibition and culmination of a series of artist residencies, collectively exploring the multifaceted…
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