Culture Night 2019 at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

20 September 2019

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Join Temple Bar Gallery + Studios on Culture Night 2019. View our current solo exhibition by Irish artist, Aileen Murphy; avail of the rare opportunity to visit some of Ireland’s most accomplished artists in their studios; attend Gary Coyle’s ‘My Magnetic North’, the artist’s critically acclaimed, audio/visual and spoken word performance.

Culture Night 2019
Friday 20 September | 4pm - 9.30pm
Admission is free.

Join Temple Bar Gallery + Studios on Culture Night for a jam-packed special late evening opening.

4pm - 9pm: Exhibition by Aileen Murphy
View our current exhibition of surreal and playful paintings by artist Aileen Murphy.

6pm - 9pm: Studio Tours
Sign up to one of our guided artists’ studio tours - a rare opportunity to meet some of Ireland’s most accomplished emerging and established artists in their workspace. Artists include: Marcel Vidal, Martina O’Brien, Robert Armstrong, Isabel Nolan, and Ronan McCrea. Tours take place every 20 minutes from 6pm, last tour starts at 9pm (sign up for a tour at the door).

7pm - 8pm: My Magentic North by Gary Coyle
Attend Gary Coyle’s My Magnetic North, an audiovisual and spoken word performance, exploring the artist’s observations of places, death, and the passing of time. Booking essential. Click here to book to a ticket.

About Culture Night
Culture Night is an annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. This year, it will take place on Friday 20th September 2019. On Culture Night, arts and cultural organisations and venues of all shapes and sizes, including the National Cultural Institutions, extend their opening hours to allow for increased access to the public. Special and unique events and workshops are specifically programmed at participating locations and everything is available free of charge.

Culture Night has grown from a relatively small scale cultural event staged only in Dublin in 2006 to the significant national cultural event it now is, with some 400,000 people visiting museums, galleries, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural centres across the island. The initiative has captured both the public imagination and the enthusiasm of artists and cultural organisations.