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Zsolt Basti – Solo Exhibition ‘Deconstructing the Local’ opens at United Arts Club Thursday 17 August at 8pm
Artist Zsolt Basti’s upcoming solo exhibition ‘Deconstructing the Local’ opens at United Arts Club Thursday 17 August at 8pm To be opened by Professor Alan Fletcher M.R.I.A. with special guest the Hungarian Ambassador H.E. Istvan Palffy Non members welcome!
Artist Marie-Louise Martin Solo Exhibition at The United Arts Club opens September 7th at 8.00pm Non members welcome!
December: Wednesday 5th 7.30pm Soiree Musical – Jean Claude Thibaud Thursday 6th 8.00pm Exhibition Opening – Club Members’ Christmas Show Friday 7th 7.30pm €40 Festive Christmas Evening – Minstrel Banquet with Larry Beau and Special Guests Saturday 8th 8.00pm FOC DVD Musical Concert – Saturday Night with Daniel Barenboim Friday 14th 7.30pm €25 Poetry Supper – Christmas Poems Saturday 15th 1.30pm €28 United Arts Club Christmas…
Thursday 6th December 2018 at 8pm Running until Monday 14th January 2019
Exhibition Opening – IADT Exhibition Opening Friday 18th January at 6pm “Making the Intangible Tangible”
IADT Exhibition Opening Friday 18th January at 6pm “Making the Intangible Tangible” Our next exhibition opening on Friday 18th January at 6pm. The dining room will also be open on Friday from 6pm, bookings can made through the office : firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 6611411 Making the Intangible Tangible This exhibition at the start of the new year marks a midpoint in the academic calendar and a midpoint in many of the student’s time at IADT. Much of the work is from…
Exhibition Opening – Thursday 7th February 2019 at 8pm United Arts Club : NCAD Fine Arts Print Course introduces “Print Out Loud”
The Fine Art Print course at NCAD maintains approaches to traditional printmaking while encouraging practice across a broad field of Print Cultures including photo-montage and digital image generation. The works in this exhibition are from students preparing for their graduate exhibition in June. Students are working across themes of gender, spirituality, acoustics, rural Ireland and pareidolia. The works are accompanied by a series of prints made to celebrate the centenary of the death of Bram Stoker.