Art Walk is a free guided tour introducing contemporary art in Temple Bar, hosted by Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

Enjoy an afternoon of art in the city. We will introduce you to exhibitions and arts organisations in Temple Bar which you can later explore at your own pace.

Meet at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios for an introduction to Lisa Freeman's solo exhibition Approx 1 Second of a Sweet Kiss. We will then visit Tøn Gallery to learn about the group exhibition To never look away, curated by Claire Halpin. Further down the road Project Arts Centre will introduce Distinct presented by Disrupt Disability Arts Festival.

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is a leading artists’ studio complex and contemporary art gallery supporting the development of artists and the creation of art.

Tøn Gallery is a contemporary art space. An exhibition space, studio / workshop, reading room, lecture room and a quiet refuge in the busy city centre.

Project Arts Centre is a centre for artists, arts workers and audiences of all ages, with a programme of visual and performing arts in two theatre spaces and a gallery, including space for the development of new work.

Event location and tour route information: A member of our team will be present to welcome you at our street-facing gallery. We will walk approximately five minutes between each venue. The walk will be through a busy pedestrianised area with mixed cobbled and sometimes uneven surfaces. All venues will be on ground level. One venue will have four internal steps. The introductions will be standing but with seating available. The venues are varied according to each exhibition and may include sound, moving images, artificial or dimmed lighting. For further information please contact or call 01 6710073.

Image description: Two visitors stand in a white gallery space. They are both standing profile to the camera looking at an artwork which is out of frame. The visitor farthest from the camera has long brown hair and wears a navy blue jacket and beanie, and holds up a gallery text in their right hand. The visitor closest to the camera has shoulder lenth dark hair and wears a khaki green quilted jacket and scarf.