Two Master Printmakers exhibit at Damer House Gallery, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

Damer House Gallery is very proud to be hosting Master Printmakers, Alice Hanratty and Michael Kane, two Titans of Irish art, whose works have represented Ireland on the International stage since the 1970’s. As famous for their gloriously coloured paintings as well as their prints, the gallery is delighted they are showing a variety of […]

Upcoming events at Nenagh Arts Centre

Nenagh Camera Club Exhibition – Running until Tuesday 30th April “Nenagh Camera Club” formerly known as Esker Camera Club is an energetic local club catering to amateur photographers and camera enthusiasts in and around Nenagh for many years. The club has being going from strength to strength in recent years and has a growing membership […]

Imagine a photographic exhibition of people’s lives, with no individuals captured in the images – Asylum Archive opens at The Source Arts Centre

Dublin-based Serbian artist Vukasin Nedeljkovic took a conscious decision to depict only places, objects and structures for his interpretation of the direct provision system. His exhibition Asylum Archive opens at The Source Arts Centre Gallery 05 April. Nedeljkovic knows a thing or two about direct provision, being a former asylum seeker himself. He was a […]

Upcoming events at Nenagh Arts Centre

The Muriel O’Connor & Fran Curry Show – Saturday 9th March, 8pm, Tickets: €16.00 / €14.00 Muriel O’Connor and Fran Curry are launching their new album at their show at Nenagh Arts Centre and are inviting you to join them. The latest release from award winning duo is a mix of beautiful songs, duets, instrumentals […]

Award-winning writing, direction and a brilliant ensemble from Tipperary woman Orla Murphy – Remember to Breathe – Theatre at The Source Arts Centre in March

Writer and director Orla Murphy draws on her own emigrant experiences in New Zealand.   Remember to Breathe is a play about three people trying to survive the ‘aftershocks’ of the Christchurch earthquake . In a pool in New Zealand, recent emigrant Maeve is learning to swim. Her ‘swimaholic’ coach spurs her on. But even […]

Exhibition and printmaking demonstration at South Tipperary Arts Centre

Aoife Barrett, South Tipperary Arts Centre’s current Artist-in-Residence, will be closing out her residency with an exhibition and a demonstration. The exhibition is entitled ‘Shambles’ and is an exhibition of recent and current work by local artist printmaker Aoife Barrett. It explores a never-ending urge to create order and routine in our daily lives. “My […]

Upcoming Events at Nenagh Arts Centre

Introduction to Mask in Theatrical Performance by Simon Thompson – Saturday 19th January, 11am – 1pm, Tickets: FREE (Booking is essential) As part of his Artistic Residency at Nenagh Arts Centre in January, Simon will facilitate a 2 hour workshop where you will work with a variety of theatrical masks through games, improvisation and scenarios. […]

Tipperary Artist Receives Arts Council Next Generation Award worth €20,000

Tipperary artist Peter Fahey has been awarded a prestigious Next Generation bursary by the Arts Council, the state agency for funding and developing the arts has announced. The Next Generation programme recognises and promotes a selection of artists from different disciplines, such as traditional arts, music, dance, film, theatre and literature, and gives them the […]

Life Fragments – An Exhibition by Tipperary’s John Keating at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Regarded as one of Irelands best figurative painters, John Keating was born in Tipperary and studied at Crawford College of Art Cork, Trinity College Dublin, Loughborough University and the Arts Students League of New York, which he attended as a Fulbright scholar. Keating has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions in the U.S.A., Italy, Spain, […]

25 years after its first ground breaking tour, Pat McCabe’s ‘Frank Pig Says Hello’ returns to The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Twenty-five years after its first ground breaking tour, Pat McCabe’s FRANK PIG SAYS HELLO returns this Autumn to twenty theatres across Ireland, in a new production that brilliantly captures the legendary original. Desperately funny and yet deeply tragic, FRANK PIG SAYS HELLO is one of the great classics of modern Irish theatre. It tells the […]

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