‘Holding True Ground’
20th February – 31st March 2018
Lisa Fingleton is passionate about ‘being the change’ she wishes to see in the world. She works and lives on a 20 acre organic farm, creating art and growing food. The exhibition is simultaneously funny and deadly serious. Fingleton presents a sumptuous, visual feast of drawings, found objects, documentary and immersive installations. The work responds to the specificity of the gallery as an ex prison and articulates connections between freedom and food.
Opening Saturday 17th February at 7pm
Friday 16th Feb | 11am
This practical workshop for school students will focus on drawing from life through line but also exploring the possibility of digital line drawing from the imagination.
Saturday 17th Feb | 5pm
This 30 day local food challenge workshop for adults will resonate with anyone interested in growing food, climate change, transition communities and living sustainably.
‘Dundalk Photographic Society 2018′
Dundalk Photograhic Society
14th April – 28th April 2018
‘Gliding in on Lough Neagh’ by Conor McEneaney (Winner, 2017)
Dundalk Photographic Society’s annual exhibition continues a strong tradition and reputation for producing some of the most highly regarded fine art, contemporary and traditional photographic works. The competition element of the exhibition will this year be judged by Vicki Boulter from the UK.
Opening Friday 13th April at 7pm