Project Arts Centre in partnership with Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and the Gallery of Photography

Talks and Readings

Relatively Speaking: A guided walking tour (May 2019)

Dates: 23 May - 23 May

Show Time: 1pm

Tickets: €0 (Free admission, booking required)

Meeting Point: Project Arts Centre

Discover some of Temple Bar’s best keep secrets as three city centre arts organisations – Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Gallery of Photography 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.

May’s tour will begin at Project Arts Centre with ‘Exorcisms’ the first Irish exhibition of work by the artist Roee Rosen. Visitors will then be guided to the next venue, the Gallery of Photography, to view the exhibition Snap Judgments: work by Haley Morris-Cafiero | Eva O’Leary | Daragh Soden. The tour will finish up at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios with the group exhibition staring forms featuring work by Miranda Blennerhassett, Aleana Egan, Andreas Kindler von Knobloch, Tanad Williams.

We’ll meet on Thursday 23 May at 1pm at Project Arts Centre, the tour concludes at TBG+S. Book a spot and immerse yourself in the world of contemporary art.

Admission is free, booking required.

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