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Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Black Church Print Studio and Project Arts Centre
Dates: 21 Feb - 21 Feb
Show Time: 1pm
Tickets: €0 (FREE)
Meeting Point: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
Discover some of Temple Bar’s best keep secrets as three city centre arts organisations – Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Black Church Print Studio and Project Arts Centre – join forces for a guided walking tour through their current exhibitions, and offer an insight into contemporary art in Ireland. Led by a team of friendly staff this is a chance for you to take a glimpse into the world of contemporary art, and ask all the question you always wanted to know the answers to.
February’s tour will begin at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios with an introduction to Ronan McCrea’s solo exhibition Efference Copy Mechanism. Visitors will then be guided to the next venue, Black Church Print Studio for a studio visit. The tour will finish with Active Archive – Slow Institution: The Long Goodbye at Project Arts Centre.
We’ll meet on Thursday 21 February at 1pm at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. Book a spot and immerse yourself in the world of contemporary art.
Admission is free, booking required.
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