Anticlockwise: Phase II
PEACE IV Programme & Dundalk Youth Theatre
20th – 22nd February 2020
This multi-disciplinary art exhibition will consist of work created by young people who participated in the second phase of the Anticlockwise PEACE IV programme. Over 200 participants from across Louth worked with an artist in music, drama, visual arts and movement, exploring conflict, peace and reconciliation through art.
Preview reception: Wednesday 19th February at 7pm
Glowing Works That Make the Heart Sing
27th Feb – 14th March 2020
Patricia Murphy was an internationally exhibited artist from Blackrock, County Louth, whose work included paintings, public art, installations and contemporary rugs. She passed away in 2018. Patricia was an influential member of Louth Craftmark. This exhibition is inspired by her vibrant and exhilarating artwork.
“My work is about energy as expressed through the idea of light, weather and elemental things”
Preview reception: Wednesday 26th February at 7pm
St. Peters National School
5th March 2020
Join St. Peters National School Dromiskin for a one-night display of their artworks. Sixth class students from 2018/19 and 2019/20 have made artworks with artist Eimear Murphy. These artworks celebrate the marks the students have made by setting them in clay and even concrete! With thanks to sixth class teacher Liz Keane.
Reception: Thursday 5th March at 7pm
19th March – 25th April 2020
A contemporary take on the legend of Buile Shuibhne (Mad King Sweeney), who was driven insane by a monk’s curse. Orbiting around Sweeney King ‘a digital poem’ that incorporates words, images and an ambient soundtrack, the exhibition includes 2D and 3D work, painting, textiles, installation, film and performance. The digital poem is a collaboration between poet Tony Bailie, artist Maurice Burns and musician Mark Skillen and the exhibition features work from the Co. Armagh-based Shore Collective.
Preview reception: Wednesday 18th March at 7pm