Postponed: Shifting Walls

  • 30th Jun
  • 10:00
  • Exhibitions
For more information on this event please contact 041 98 33946

International touring exhibition, curated by Sinéad Smith, features five artists from Ireland’s North-East region; Kate Beagan, Jo Cummins, Roisin Duffy, Jackie Hudson Lalor and Niamh O’Connor.

The group present artistic representations of and reactions to the centraltheme Shifting Walls. The exhibition reflects and confronts the stages of life and life events, and the challenges presented. Through a variety of mediums and styles, the artists serve to inform viewers of their personal journeys, needs, hopes and experiences and the contribution equally to the human life cycle. The exhibition illustrates different perspectives on mental health, addiction, menopause, adult children, empty nest syndrome, and aging parents.

Workshops facilitated by participating artists for 2nd level students: Mon 30 Mar | Wed 1 April | 11am - 1pm

Image: Altered States | Jackie Hudson Lalor

12 March 2020

Following directives issued by the government and health authorities, as a cultural institution, Droichead Arts Centre, Stockwell St and Barlow House,  will close to the public from 6pm today until Monday 30th March. All events scheduled to take place in this period, including tonight’s performance in our theatre and our classical music event have been postponed, and will be rescheduled to a later date. We will make contact with all patrons and will be in touch with more information regarding show rescheduling and/or refunds as soon as possible. Please note that confirming new dates may take some time. Events taking place after 30 March will be reviewed regularly against Government advice at the time. For more updates, please keep an eye on our social media and our website,  and we will try to respond as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience and support as we react to an ongoing situation.