Project Arts Centre in partnership with The Douglas Hyde Gallery and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios



Dates: 12 Mar - 12 Mar

Show Time: 1.00pm

Would you like an opportunity to introduce your friends and family to contemporary art?

Three of Dublin’s most well-known city centre contemporary art galleries – The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and Project Arts Centre are joining forces to offer a guided walking tour that takes place across these venues.

The tours introduce the galleries’ current exhibitions to those who might not be so familiar with contemporary art and offer an interesting insight into the work for those who are.

The whole tour will take about 60 minutes with 15-20 minute tours taking place in each gallery.

Starting at The Douglas Hyde Gallery, visitors will be treated to a guided tour of Rose Wylie’s solo exhibition in Gallery 1 , as well as the Indian Matchbox Labels exhibition in Gallery 2.

The visitors will then be walked to the second venue , Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, where they will get an introduction to the group exhibition The Pattern Exchange.

Finally, visitors will be led here to Project Arts Centre, where they will get a short tour of Garrett Phelan’s solo exhibition A VOODOO FREE PHENOMENON.

We’ll meet on Thursday 12 March at 1.00pm at The Douglas Hyde Gallery in Trinity College Dublin.

Book a spot for your parents, friends, cousins, housemates and anyone who you think might like to learn more about the things you love!

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