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

Exhibitions

RELATIVELY SPEAKING TOUR March 2017

Dates: 23 Mar - 23 Mar

Show Time: 1pm

Tickets are free and pre-booking is advised

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

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

The tours introduce their 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.

  • Starting here at Project Arts Centre, take a trip into the dense, molten flesh of the earth with Caroline Doolin’s large scale multimedia and surround sound installation Fault Bound Bodies
  • And finally to Temple Bar Gallery + Studios for Hilary Lloyd’s solo exhibition Woodall, where Lloyd probes the architecture and ambiences of particular places through a multi-part installation in which film and sculptural elements are interwoven

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

Please note: the tour begins At Temple Bar Gallery and Studios at 1pm

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