All Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane houses the foremost public collection of contemporary art in Ireland; the gallery also has a dynamic temporary exhibitions programme often encompassing the permanent collection. http://www.hughlane.ie/all 2018-09-23T03:38:54+00:00 Point Blank Seamus Nolan: Traveller Collection at the Hugh Lane 2018-06-21T00:00:00+00:00 2018-06-21T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/past/2178-travellercollection Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><strong>Seamus Nolan: Traveller Collection at the Hugh Lane</strong></p> <p><strong>22 June - 23 September 2018 </strong></p> <p>In 2017, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts came together for the first time  to commission a significant  socially engaged artist’s project in Dublin.  The call for submissions was made through CAPP the EU Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme,  a transnational partnership with Spain, Ireland, U.K Hungary, Finland and Germany and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. <span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Following submissions from artists from all of the CAPP partners, Irish artist Seamus Nolan’s proposal was successful. </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">One of Ireland’s foremost artists working in collaborative arts practice, Seamus Nolan’s project sees him investigating the idea of archive, deconstructing ideas on ‘heritage’ and engaging with the Traveller communities in Ireland  and Traveller activists and archivists. </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Seamus Nolan’s exhibition at the Hugh Lane comprises of archival material that forms the </span><em style="font-size: 12.16px;">Irish Travelling People: a Resource Collection</em><span style="font-size: 12.16px;"> and which is  borrowed from the Special Collections of Ulster University. This remarkable collection was originally created and built up by Aileen L’Amie during her time at the Ulster University. Also on view are paintings by Mick O'Dea from the Martin Folan Collection at Pavee Point; stainless objects including cups and jugs made by Tinsmith James Collins; and handmade paper flowers made by the women of the Primary Healthcare Project at Pavee Point.  The Street Singer by Jerome Connor was loaned specially to Pavee Point on 21 June as part of </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;"> CAPP <em>Power and Practice</em> roundtable taking place that day </span><a href="http://cappnetwork.com/practiceandpower/" style="font-size: 12.16px;">http://cappnetwork.com/practiceandpower/</a></p> <p>A series of films on Traveller culture selected by the artist are also on view in gallery 10.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Seamus Nolan: Traveller Collection at the Hugh Lane</strong></p> <p><strong>22 June - 23 September 2018 </strong></p> <p>In 2017, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts came together for the first time  to commission a significant  socially engaged artist’s project in Dublin.  The call for submissions was made through CAPP the EU Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme,  a transnational partnership with Spain, Ireland, U.K Hungary, Finland and Germany and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. <span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Following submissions from artists from all of the CAPP partners, Irish artist Seamus Nolan’s proposal was successful. </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">One of Ireland’s foremost artists working in collaborative arts practice, Seamus Nolan’s project sees him investigating the idea of archive, deconstructing ideas on ‘heritage’ and engaging with the Traveller communities in Ireland  and Traveller activists and archivists. </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Seamus Nolan’s exhibition at the Hugh Lane comprises of archival material that forms the </span><em style="font-size: 12.16px;">Irish Travelling People: a Resource Collection</em><span style="font-size: 12.16px;"> and which is  borrowed from the Special Collections of Ulster University. This remarkable collection was originally created and built up by Aileen L’Amie during her time at the Ulster University. Also on view are paintings by Mick O'Dea from the Martin Folan Collection at Pavee Point; stainless objects including cups and jugs made by Tinsmith James Collins; and handmade paper flowers made by the women of the Primary Healthcare Project at Pavee Point.  The Street Singer by Jerome Connor was loaned specially to Pavee Point on 21 June as part of </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;"> CAPP <em>Power and Practice</em> roundtable taking place that day </span><a href="http://cappnetwork.com/practiceandpower/" style="font-size: 12.16px;">http://cappnetwork.com/practiceandpower/</a></p> <p>A series of films on Traveller culture selected by the artist are also on view in gallery 10.</p> <p> </p> Doireann O’Malley: Prototypes 2018-06-22T00:00:00+00:00 2018-06-22T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/past/2029-doireann-omalley-prototypes Michael Dempsey mdempsey.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><strong>Exhibition extended to 30 September.</strong></p> <p><em>Doireann O'Malley's film </em>Prototypes<em> brings together transgender studies, science fiction, bio politics, psychoanalysis, AI, and experimental music. She skilfully ties these to phantoms of modernist utopias, epitomized by the post-war architecture of Berlin, which serves as a dreamlike scenography for the main, protagonists' ghostly actions.</em> <br />- Jury Statement, Edith Russ Haus fur Media Art Stipendium, 2016.</p> <p><em>Prototypes</em> is a multi-screen film installation by Berlin-based Irish artist Doireann O’Malley.</p> <p><em>Prototypes I </em>focuses on female to male gender transition and the intra-actions of bodies, objects and drives. It is set in The Interbau Project, a modernist architectural housing project built in Berlin in the height of the cold war.</p> <p><em>Prototypes II </em>& <em>III</em> follow a further exploration of trans embodiments with trans female protagonists, going further into computer generated dream landscapes.</p> <p>The combination of film, CGI (computer-generated imagery) and Virtual Reality which O'Malley is developing in relation to the construction of trans bodies and subjectivities is an interesting layering of contemporary forms and complex identities in the digital age.</p> <p>The work is the result of a collaborative methodology. Part one comprised research, reading and writing sessions with the main protagonists. These included Jungian dream analysis sessions with the psycho-analyst Andrés Ocazionez and Social Dreaming workshops with gender psychiatrist Eva Sophie Philipps. Monologues were written in workshops exploring trans subjectivity with the protagonists.</p> <p>O’Malley’s work is a result of this exploratory methodology which generates new forms of knowledge, drawing on a wide range of feminist perspectives within queer theory, psycho-analysis, quantum physics, genetics, cybernetics and systems biology.</p> <p><em>Prototypes I</em> was made with the kind support of Stiftung Kunstfonds, Edith Russ Haus Stipendium: Lower Saxony Grant for Media Art, Xposed Film Festival Production Prize and 25P Cine Support. <em>Prototypes II</em> will be filmed in Berlin in spring 2018. Both parts will be shown as a five screen installation at The Hugh Lane in summer 2018.</p> <p>For more information on the artist see www.doireannomalley.com.</p> <p><strong>Exhibition extended to 30 September.</strong></p> <p><em>Doireann O'Malley's film </em>Prototypes<em> brings together transgender studies, science fiction, bio politics, psychoanalysis, AI, and experimental music. She skilfully ties these to phantoms of modernist utopias, epitomized by the post-war architecture of Berlin, which serves as a dreamlike scenography for the main, protagonists' ghostly actions.</em> <br />- Jury Statement, Edith Russ Haus fur Media Art Stipendium, 2016.</p> <p><em>Prototypes</em> is a multi-screen film installation by Berlin-based Irish artist Doireann O’Malley.</p> <p><em>Prototypes I </em>focuses on female to male gender transition and the intra-actions of bodies, objects and drives. It is set in The Interbau Project, a modernist architectural housing project built in Berlin in the height of the cold war.</p> <p><em>Prototypes II </em>& <em>III</em> follow a further exploration of trans embodiments with trans female protagonists, going further into computer generated dream landscapes.</p> <p>The combination of film, CGI (computer-generated imagery) and Virtual Reality which O'Malley is developing in relation to the construction of trans bodies and subjectivities is an interesting layering of contemporary forms and complex identities in the digital age.</p> <p>The work is the result of a collaborative methodology. Part one comprised research, reading and writing sessions with the main protagonists. These included Jungian dream analysis sessions with the psycho-analyst Andrés Ocazionez and Social Dreaming workshops with gender psychiatrist Eva Sophie Philipps. Monologues were written in workshops exploring trans subjectivity with the protagonists.</p> <p>O’Malley’s work is a result of this exploratory methodology which generates new forms of knowledge, drawing on a wide range of feminist perspectives within queer theory, psycho-analysis, quantum physics, genetics, cybernetics and systems biology.</p> <p><em>Prototypes I</em> was made with the kind support of Stiftung Kunstfonds, Edith Russ Haus Stipendium: Lower Saxony Grant for Media Art, Xposed Film Festival Production Prize and 25P Cine Support. <em>Prototypes II</em> will be filmed in Berlin in spring 2018. Both parts will be shown as a five screen installation at The Hugh Lane in summer 2018.</p> <p>For more information on the artist see www.doireannomalley.com.</p> Changes to Gallery Displays during Refurbishment Works 2018-07-04T00:00:00+00:00 2018-07-04T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/whatson-collections/2192-changes-to-gallery-displays-during-refurbishment-works Logan Sisley logan.sisley@dublincity.ie <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Dublin City Council is undertaking major refurbishment works to the ground floor galleries in 2019 to upgrade these spaces to best museum standards. In advance of the refurbishment several galleries will be closed from July 2018 to accommodate the architects' investigative works. We aim to keep the disruption to a minimum and will endeavour to keep as many galleries as possible open. These investigative works will not affect the temporary exhibitions.</span></p> <p>Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to welcoming you to The Hugh Lane during this exciting phase in the gallery’s development.</p> <p> </p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Dublin City Council is undertaking major refurbishment works to the ground floor galleries in 2019 to upgrade these spaces to best museum standards. In advance of the refurbishment several galleries will be closed from July 2018 to accommodate the architects' investigative works. We aim to keep the disruption to a minimum and will endeavour to keep as many galleries as possible open. These investigative works will not affect the temporary exhibitions.</span></p> <p>Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to welcoming you to The Hugh Lane during this exciting phase in the gallery’s development.</p> <p> </p> Stained Glass Room 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/whatson-collections/2058-stained-glass-room General Enquiries info.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p>Beside the gallery's reception is the stained glass room, which contains the remarkable and ever popular Harry Clarke piece <em>The Eve of St. Agnes</em> and the recently acquired <em>'Mr Gilhooley by Liam O'Flaherty' for the Geneva Window</em>, 1929, by Clarke. The room also features work by <span>Wilhelmina Geddes, Evie Hone, Paul Bony and James Scanlon.</span></p> <p>Beside the gallery's reception is the stained glass room, which contains the remarkable and ever popular Harry Clarke piece <em>The Eve of St. Agnes</em> and the recently acquired <em>'Mr Gilhooley by Liam O'Flaherty' for the Geneva Window</em>, 1929, by Clarke. The room also features work by <span>Wilhelmina Geddes, Evie Hone, Paul Bony and James Scanlon.</span></p> Permanent Collection 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/whatson-collections/301-permanent-collection-2009 Logan Sisley logan.sisley@dublincity.ie <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane houses the foremost collection of modern and contemporary art in Ireland. Established in 1908 by Sir Hugh Lane and his supporters with Dublin Corporation the collection has grown considerably with acquisitions  in both traditional art forms and new media. The gallery has benefited from significant bequests including Lady Lavery Memorial Bequest 1935, <a href="history-of-studio-relocation" title="Francis Bacon's Studio">Francis Bacon's Studio</a> 1998, <a href="current-collections/184-sean-scully-gallery" title="Sean Scully">Sean Scully Collection</a> 2005 and gifts from including The Friends of the National Collections of Ireland, The contemporary Irish Arts Society as well as from individuals. The gallery's collection is an invaluable reflection of movements and initiatives that have occurred from the time of the Impressionists to today including superb works acquired from the ROSC series of exhibitions which occurred between 1967 and 1988. <strong>Recent acquisitions</strong> include <em>Perceived Lightness</em> by Liam Gillick, <em>Black Atlas Series</em> by Kathy Prendergast and <em>Climate Shit Drawing</em> by Yinka Shonibare. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">In 2008 the gallery celebrated its first centenary with </span><strong style="font-size: 12.16px;"><em>Hugh Lane: 100 Years</em> </strong><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">exhibition which saw the return from National Gallery London all 39  paintings from Sir Hugh Lane's 1917 Bequest. They hung together together with the original collection for the first time since 1913. Over 80,000 people visited during the course of the exhibition.  In 2015 the gallery commemorated the centenary of the death of Sir Hugh Lane with the exhibition</span><strong style="font-size: 12.16px;"><em> Sir</em> <em>Hugh Lane: Legacy and Loss. </em></strong><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">In 2016 as part of the commemorations for the centenary of the 1916 Rising, the gallery launched a themed programme </span><strong style="font-size: 12.16px;">Artist as Witness</strong><span style="font-size: 12.16px;"> with selected displays from the collection. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane houses the foremost collection of modern and contemporary art in Ireland. Established in 1908 by Sir Hugh Lane and his supporters with Dublin Corporation the collection has grown considerably with acquisitions  in both traditional art forms and new media. The gallery has benefited from significant bequests including Lady Lavery Memorial Bequest 1935, <a href="history-of-studio-relocation" title="Francis Bacon's Studio">Francis Bacon's Studio</a> 1998, <a href="current-collections/184-sean-scully-gallery" title="Sean Scully">Sean Scully Collection</a> 2005 and gifts from including The Friends of the National Collections of Ireland, The contemporary Irish Arts Society as well as from individuals. The gallery's collection is an invaluable reflection of movements and initiatives that have occurred from the time of the Impressionists to today including superb works acquired from the ROSC series of exhibitions which occurred between 1967 and 1988. <strong>Recent acquisitions</strong> include <em>Perceived Lightness</em> by Liam Gillick, <em>Black Atlas Series</em> by Kathy Prendergast and <em>Climate Shit Drawing</em> by Yinka Shonibare. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">In 2008 the gallery celebrated its first centenary with </span><strong style="font-size: 12.16px;"><em>Hugh Lane: 100 Years</em> </strong><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">exhibition which saw the return from National Gallery London all 39  paintings from Sir Hugh Lane's 1917 Bequest. They hung together together with the original collection for the first time since 1913. Over 80,000 people visited during the course of the exhibition.  In 2015 the gallery commemorated the centenary of the death of Sir Hugh Lane with the exhibition</span><strong style="font-size: 12.16px;"><em> Sir</em> <em>Hugh Lane: Legacy and Loss. </em></strong><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">In 2016 as part of the commemorations for the centenary of the 1916 Rising, the gallery launched a themed programme </span><strong style="font-size: 12.16px;">Artist as Witness</strong><span style="font-size: 12.16px;"> with selected displays from the collection. </span></p> Sean Scully Gallery 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/whatson-collections/184-sean-scully-gallery Logan Sisley logan.sisley@dublincity.ie <p>As a result of an ongoing collaboration with Sean Scully, who like Francis Bacon was born in Dublin, the gallery is honoured to be the recipient of a gift of seven paintings, promised since the mid-1990s and presented by the artist in 2006.  These paintings form the second permanent installation in a dedicated gallery in the new wing, located just off Gallery 12.  This gift from Sean Scully, a superb exponent of abstract art, provides a mainstay for the varied exponents of non-figurative painting in the collection; his practice is singular in its illumination of contemporary concerns in abstract expression.</p> <p>As a result of an ongoing collaboration with Sean Scully, who like Francis Bacon was born in Dublin, the gallery is honoured to be the recipient of a gift of seven paintings, promised since the mid-1990s and presented by the artist in 2006.  These paintings form the second permanent installation in a dedicated gallery in the new wing, located just off Gallery 12.  This gift from Sean Scully, a superb exponent of abstract art, provides a mainstay for the varied exponents of non-figurative painting in the collection; his practice is singular in its illumination of contemporary concerns in abstract expression.</p> FULLY BOOKED Portfolio Preparation Course 2018-2019 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2211-2018-2019public-events <p><strong>Sundays 23 September 2018-Sunday 27 January 2019/11.30am-1.30pm - NOW FULLY BOOKED</strong></p> <p><span>Led by artist </span><strong>Elaine Leader,</strong><span> the purpose of this 16 week course is to instruct students in the preparation and production of a portfolio of work that will cater for the entry to third level colleges. Through continual emphasis on idea generation, group discussion, evaluation and practical application, students will identify and clarify the process involved in producing a body of art work. The visual research will be presented through notebooks, worksheets and resolved pieces. <strong>Fee: €325</strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>Please note:</strong><span> it is necessary to pay the full course fee at the time of booking to confirm your place.</span><br /></span></p> <p>To book and pay for your place please click the following:<a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/portfolio-preparation-course-at-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46150930676"> https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/portfolio-preparation-course-at-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46150930676</a></p> <p><strong>Sundays 23 September 2018-Sunday 27 January 2019/11.30am-1.30pm - NOW FULLY BOOKED</strong></p> <p><span>Led by artist </span><strong>Elaine Leader,</strong><span> the purpose of this 16 week course is to instruct students in the preparation and production of a portfolio of work that will cater for the entry to third level colleges. Through continual emphasis on idea generation, group discussion, evaluation and practical application, students will identify and clarify the process involved in producing a body of art work. The visual research will be presented through notebooks, worksheets and resolved pieces. <strong>Fee: €325</strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>Please note:</strong><span> it is necessary to pay the full course fee at the time of booking to confirm your place.</span><br /></span></p> <p>To book and pay for your place please click the following:<a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/portfolio-preparation-course-at-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46150930676"> https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/portfolio-preparation-course-at-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46150930676</a></p> Early Years Workshop for 1-3 Year Olds 2018-09-06T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-06T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2149-early-years-workshop-for-1-3-year-olds-sept-2018 Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><em><strong>Trees, Aloes, Ducks and Arks!</strong></em></p> <p>Thursdays 6-27 September, 11am-Noon</p> <p>Have fun looking and making interspersed with song and rhyme during this four week course for <strong>1-3 year olds </strong>with artist<strong> Frances Coghlan</strong>.<br /><br />Fee €22, booking required.<em style="font-size: 12.16px;"> <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/trees-aloes-ducks-and-arks-art-workshop-for-1-3-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46104366401" target="_blank">To book your place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></em></p> <p><em><strong>Trees, Aloes, Ducks and Arks!</strong></em></p> <p>Thursdays 6-27 September, 11am-Noon</p> <p>Have fun looking and making interspersed with song and rhyme during this four week course for <strong>1-3 year olds </strong>with artist<strong> Frances Coghlan</strong>.<br /><br />Fee €22, booking required.<em style="font-size: 12.16px;"> <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/trees-aloes-ducks-and-arks-art-workshop-for-1-3-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46104366401" target="_blank">To book your place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></em></p> Upcoming Programmes 2018-01-01T00:00:00+00:00 2018-01-01T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2052-upcomingprogrammes <p>Details of upcoming education programmes including talks, lectures and film screenings can be viewed here <a href="lectures/forthcoming-lectures">http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/forthcoming-lectures</a></p> <p>Details of upcoming education programmes including talks, lectures and film screenings can be viewed here <a href="lectures/forthcoming-lectures">http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/forthcoming-lectures</a></p> Hugh Lane First Friday Culture Club 2018-02-02T00:00:00+00:00 2018-02-02T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2021-firstfridaycultureclub Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>Hugh Lane First Friday Culture Club</strong><br /></span><span class="fontstyle2">In collaboration with Dublin’s Culture Connects, the Gallery’s <em>First Friday Culture Club</em> offers the opportunity for engaging with the collection and temporary exhibitions in a fun and relaxed way.Talks take place on the first Friday of every month at 10.30am when we explore themes including looking at the Gallery's collection and temporary exhibitions. These special talks are followed by tea/coffee and further discussion. Free, although advanced booking is required as numbers are limited. If you would like to participate please email <a href="mailto:cultureclub@dublinscultureconnects.ie">cultureclub@dublinscultureconnects.ie</a></span></p> <p><span class="fontstyle0"><strong>Hugh Lane First Friday Culture Club</strong><br /></span><span class="fontstyle2">In collaboration with Dublin’s Culture Connects, the Gallery’s <em>First Friday Culture Club</em> offers the opportunity for engaging with the collection and temporary exhibitions in a fun and relaxed way.Talks take place on the first Friday of every month at 10.30am when we explore themes including looking at the Gallery's collection and temporary exhibitions. These special talks are followed by tea/coffee and further discussion. Free, although advanced booking is required as numbers are limited. If you would like to participate please email <a href="mailto:cultureclub@dublinscultureconnects.ie">cultureclub@dublinscultureconnects.ie</a></span></p> Sunday Sketching - Autumnal Colours 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2081-sunday-sketching-autumnal-colours <p>Drop in family workshop / <span style="font-size: 12.16px; line-height: 1.3em;">3-4pm</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">During these free sketching workshops for families, we invite you to explore and respond together to our collection and temporary exhibitions through discussion and drawing. Bring your own sketchbook or avail of the drawing materials provided.</span></p> <p><strong>Admission free. No booking required although numbers may be limited. Suitable for children 6+.</strong></p> <p>Drop in family workshop / <span style="font-size: 12.16px; line-height: 1.3em;">3-4pm</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">During these free sketching workshops for families, we invite you to explore and respond together to our collection and temporary exhibitions through discussion and drawing. Bring your own sketchbook or avail of the drawing materials provided.</span></p> <p><strong>Admission free. No booking required although numbers may be limited. Suitable for children 6+.</strong></p> Sculpture Course - FULLY BOOKED 2018-09-01T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-01T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2119-sculpture-course <p><strong>Sculpture Course - FULLY BOOKED</strong></p> <p><strong>Saturdays 1-29 September, 11am-1pm</strong></p> <p>Join artists <strong>Jane Fogarty</strong> and<strong> Liliane Puthod</strong> during 5 weeks of sculpture workshops to discover basic ceramic processes. Inspired by Rachel Maclean's current exhibition as well as artists from the permanent collection, we will be looking at forms, colours and concepts to design our personal creations. <br /><br />Fee €130, booking required. <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/sculpture-course-tickets-46102046462" target="_blank" style="font-size: 12.16px;">To book a place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></p> <p><strong>Sculpture Course - FULLY BOOKED</strong></p> <p><strong>Saturdays 1-29 September, 11am-1pm</strong></p> <p>Join artists <strong>Jane Fogarty</strong> and<strong> Liliane Puthod</strong> during 5 weeks of sculpture workshops to discover basic ceramic processes. Inspired by Rachel Maclean's current exhibition as well as artists from the permanent collection, we will be looking at forms, colours and concepts to design our personal creations. <br /><br />Fee €130, booking required. <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/sculpture-course-tickets-46102046462" target="_blank" style="font-size: 12.16px;">To book a place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></p> Coffee Conversation: The Paintings of Frank O'Meara 2017-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 2017-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1692-marystrattonryan <p><strong>Wednesday 10 May 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation:<em> The Paintings of Frank O'Meara</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Mary Stratton Ryan, Art Historian</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> <p><strong>Wednesday 10 May 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation:<em> The Paintings of Frank O'Meara</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Mary Stratton Ryan, Art Historian</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> Coffee Conversation: Portrait of George Russell 2017-05-24T00:00:00+00:00 2017-05-24T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1709-georgerussell <p><strong>Wednesday 24 May 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: Portrait of George Russell by Count Casimir Joseph Dunin de Markievicz</p> <p>Lecturer: Jessica O'Donnell</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> <p><strong>Wednesday 24 May 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: Portrait of George Russell by Count Casimir Joseph Dunin de Markievicz</p> <p>Lecturer: Jessica O'Donnell</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> Coffee Conversation: The Girl in White by Grace Henry 2017-05-17T00:00:00+00:00 2017-05-17T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1684-gracehenry <p>17 May 2017/11.00am</p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>The Girl in White by Grace Henry</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Sarah Dunne O'Connell</p> <p>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.<em><br /></em></p> <p> </p> <p>17 May 2017/11.00am</p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>The Girl in White by Grace Henry</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Sarah Dunne O'Connell</p> <p>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.<em><br /></em></p> <p> </p> Coffee Conversation: Landscape, Sunshine and Shadow by P.W. Steer 2017-03-22T00:00:00+00:00 2017-03-22T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1682-sunshineandshadow <p><strong>22 March 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Landscape, Sunshine and Shadow by Philip Wilson Steer</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Sarah Dunne O'Connor</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> <p><strong>22 March 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Landscape, Sunshine and Shadow by Philip Wilson Steer</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Sarah Dunne O'Connor</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> Coffee Conversation: Dockers by Maurice MacGonigal 2017-05-03T00:00:00+00:00 2017-05-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1683-dockers <p><strong>3 May 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Dockers by Maurice MacGonigal</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Tony Suttle</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> <p><strong>3 May 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Dockers by Maurice MacGonigal</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Tony Suttle</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> Coffee Conversation: Ire/Land III by Patrick Graham 2017-03-15T00:00:00+00:00 2017-03-15T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1681-irelandiii <p><strong>15 March 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Ire/land III by Patrick Graham</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Susan Campbell</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> <p><strong>15 March 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Ire/land III by Patrick Graham</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Susan Campbell</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included.</span></p> Coffee Conversation - Bogwater and Bullwire by T.P.Flanagan 2017-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 2017-03-01T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/1680-bogwater <p><strong>1 March 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Bog Water and Bullwire by T.P. Flanagan</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Olive Knox</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included. </span></p> <p><strong>1 March 2017/11.00am</strong></p> <p>Coffee Conversation: <em>Bog Water and Bullwire by T.P. Flanagan</em></p> <p>Lecturer: Olive Knox</p> <p><span>During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions and conservation projects, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker in the Gallery café, to allow for further discussion. Fee for talk €5 and refreshments included. </span></p> Free Sunday Public Tour 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/lectures/lectures-past/2172-sunday-tours-september-23 General Enquiries info.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><strong>Every Sunday at 2pm</strong><br /><br /><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Join us for a guided tour featuring highlights of the collection and temporary exhibitions. </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Free, no booking required.<br /><br /></span></p> <p><strong>Every Sunday at 2pm</strong><br /><br /><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Join us for a guided tour featuring highlights of the collection and temporary exhibitions. </span><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">Free, no booking required.<br /><br /></span></p> Summer Camp for 6-10years 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/childrens-workshops/past/2131-summer-camp-6-10yrs <p><strong>Summer Camp for </strong><strong>6-10</strong><strong> Year olds </strong></p> <p>Tuesday 10 July – Friday 13 July 2018, 10.30am-Noon</p> <p>From imaginary landscapes to sculpting a mountain we will be exploring the wonderful world of nature in this summer camp for <strong>6-10 year olds</strong> with artists <strong>Jane Fogarty</strong>, <strong>Ashleigh Downey,</strong> <strong>Kathryn Maguire</strong> and <strong>Marie Farrington.</strong></p> <p><br /><em>Fee €44, Book here through Eventbrite.</em></p> <p><em><br /><a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/summer-camp-for-6-10-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46102705433">https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/summer-camp-for-6-10-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46102705433</a><br /></em></p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Summer Camp for </strong><strong>6-10</strong><strong> Year olds </strong></p> <p>Tuesday 10 July – Friday 13 July 2018, 10.30am-Noon</p> <p>From imaginary landscapes to sculpting a mountain we will be exploring the wonderful world of nature in this summer camp for <strong>6-10 year olds</strong> with artists <strong>Jane Fogarty</strong>, <strong>Ashleigh Downey,</strong> <strong>Kathryn Maguire</strong> and <strong>Marie Farrington.</strong></p> <p><br /><em>Fee €44, Book here through Eventbrite.</em></p> <p><em><br /><a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/summer-camp-for-6-10-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46102705433">https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/summer-camp-for-6-10-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46102705433</a><br /></em></p> <p> </p> <p> </p> Early Years Workshop for 1-3 Year Olds 2018-09-06T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-06T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/childrens-workshops/past/2148-early-years-workshop-for-1-3-year-olds-sept-2018 Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><em><strong>Trees, Aloes, Ducks and Arks!</strong></em></p> <p>Thursdays 6-27 September, 11am-Noon</p> <p>Have fun looking and making interspersed with song and rhyme during this four week course for <strong>1-3 year olds </strong>with artist<strong> Frances Coghlan</strong>.<br /><br />Fee €22, booking required.<em style="font-size: 12.16px;"> <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/trees-aloes-ducks-and-arks-art-workshop-for-1-3-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46104366401" target="_blank">To book your place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></em></p> <p><em><strong>Trees, Aloes, Ducks and Arks!</strong></em></p> <p>Thursdays 6-27 September, 11am-Noon</p> <p>Have fun looking and making interspersed with song and rhyme during this four week course for <strong>1-3 year olds </strong>with artist<strong> Frances Coghlan</strong>.<br /><br />Fee €22, booking required.<em style="font-size: 12.16px;"> <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/trees-aloes-ducks-and-arks-art-workshop-for-1-3-year-olds-the-hugh-lane-tickets-46104366401" target="_blank">To book your place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></em></p> Children's workshops 2018-01-29T00:00:00+00:00 2018-01-29T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/childrens-workshops/past/2032-moving-still <p>For details of children's workshops at the Hugh Lane please see<a href="childrens-workshops/forthcoming"> http://www.hughlane.ie/childrens-workshops/forthcoming</a></p> <p> </p> <p>For details of children's workshops at the Hugh Lane please see<a href="childrens-workshops/forthcoming"> http://www.hughlane.ie/childrens-workshops/forthcoming</a></p> <p> </p> Sunday Sketching - Autumnal Colours 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/childrens-workshops/past/2080-sunday-sketching-autumnal-colours <p>Drop in family workshop / <span style="font-size: 12.16px; line-height: 1.3em;">3-4pm</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">During these free sketching workshops for families, we invite you to explore and respond together to our collection and temporary exhibitions through discussion and drawing. Bring your own sketchbook or avail of the drawing materials provided.</span></p> <p><strong>Admission free. No booking required although numbers may be limited. Suitable for children 6+.</strong></p> <p>Drop in family workshop / <span style="font-size: 12.16px; line-height: 1.3em;">3-4pm</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12.16px;">During these free sketching workshops for families, we invite you to explore and respond together to our collection and temporary exhibitions through discussion and drawing. Bring your own sketchbook or avail of the drawing materials provided.</span></p> <p><strong>Admission free. No booking required although numbers may be limited. Suitable for children 6+.</strong></p> Adult Classes 2018-08-23T00:00:00+00:00 2018-08-23T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/past-courses/2203-adultclasses <p>For details of upcoming adult art classes and courses please go to <a href="drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming">http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming</a></p> <p>For details of upcoming adult art classes and courses please go to <a href="drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming">http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming</a></p> Sculpture Course - FULLY BOOKED 2018-09-01T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-01T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/past-courses/2127-sculpture-course <p><strong>Sculpture Course - FULLY BOOKED</strong></p> <p><strong>Saturdays 1-29 September, 11am-1pm</strong></p> <p>Join artists<strong> Jane Fogarty</strong> and <strong>Liliane Puthod</strong> during 5 weeks of sculpture workshops to discover basic ceramic processes. Inspired by Rachel Maclean's current exhibition as well as artists from the permanent collection, we will be looking at forms, colours and concepts to design our personal creations.<br /><br />Fee €130, booking required. <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/sculpture-course-tickets-46102046462" target="_blank" style="font-size: 12.16px;">To book a place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></p> <p><strong>Sculpture Course - FULLY BOOKED</strong></p> <p><strong>Saturdays 1-29 September, 11am-1pm</strong></p> <p>Join artists<strong> Jane Fogarty</strong> and <strong>Liliane Puthod</strong> during 5 weeks of sculpture workshops to discover basic ceramic processes. Inspired by Rachel Maclean's current exhibition as well as artists from the permanent collection, we will be looking at forms, colours and concepts to design our personal creations.<br /><br />Fee €130, booking required. <a href="https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/sculpture-course-tickets-46102046462" target="_blank" style="font-size: 12.16px;">To book a place, please register via Eventbrite, here.</a></p> People's College Course 2015-2016 2015-10-03T00:00:00+00:00 2015-10-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/past-courses/1385-peoplescollege20152016 <p><strong><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Avenues into Modern and Contemporary Art</span></strong></p> <p><em><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Course programmed by Jessica O'Donnell</span></em></p> <p><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Saturdays 11.00am/3rd October 2015-12 March 2016</span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Inspired by the Hugh Lane's renowned collection, this series of slide illustrated art history lectures delivered by guest lecturers and Gallery curators will looked at a diverse range of influences and subject matter explored by some of the most interesting and innovative artists from the 19th to the 21st centuries. There will also be the opportunity of exploring the Gallery's temporary exhibitions including<em> Sir Hugh Lane: Dublin's Legacy and Loss; Jesse Jones: Laugh a Defiance;</em> and <em>The Artist as Witness - John Lavery and the Appeal of Roger Casement.</em></span></p> <p><strong><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">To book a place on this 20 week art history course please contact 01 8735879, e. info@peoplescollege.ie</span></strong></p> <p><strong><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Avenues into Modern and Contemporary Art</span></strong></p> <p><em><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Course programmed by Jessica O'Donnell</span></em></p> <p><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Saturdays 11.00am/3rd October 2015-12 March 2016</span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">Inspired by the Hugh Lane's renowned collection, this series of slide illustrated art history lectures delivered by guest lecturers and Gallery curators will looked at a diverse range of influences and subject matter explored by some of the most interesting and innovative artists from the 19th to the 21st centuries. There will also be the opportunity of exploring the Gallery's temporary exhibitions including<em> Sir Hugh Lane: Dublin's Legacy and Loss; Jesse Jones: Laugh a Defiance;</em> and <em>The Artist as Witness - John Lavery and the Appeal of Roger Casement.</em></span></p> <p><strong><span style="line-height: 18.2px;">To book a place on this 20 week art history course please contact 01 8735879, e. info@peoplescollege.ie</span></strong></p> Adult Classes 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p>The Education programme at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane includes very popular artist-led drawing, painting, print-making, film-making and sculpture courses for adults.  For details of upcoming adult art courses please see<a href="drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming"> http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming </a><br /><br /><strong>Learning Resource Centre</strong></p> <p>Our adult courses take place in the Gallery's Learning Resource Centre. Since the Learning Resource Centre opened with the gallery's new extension the collection and temporary exhibitions have been explored by children aged three to adults in their eighties during successful and popular programmes. This new multi-purpose space allows for additional experimentation.<br /><br /><br /></p> <p>The Education programme at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane includes very popular artist-led drawing, painting, print-making, film-making and sculpture courses for adults.  For details of upcoming adult art courses please see<a href="drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming"> http://www.hughlane.ie/drawing-classes-for-adults/courses-forthcoming </a><br /><br /><strong>Learning Resource Centre</strong></p> <p>Our adult courses take place in the Gallery's Learning Resource Centre. Since the Learning Resource Centre opened with the gallery's new extension the collection and temporary exhibitions have been explored by children aged three to adults in their eighties during successful and popular programmes. This new multi-purpose space allows for additional experimentation.<br /><br /><br /></p> Sundays@Noon: Dublin Song Cycle 2018- 3 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 2018-09-23T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/past-sunday-concerts/2209-sundaysnoon-dublin-song-cycle-2018-3 <p>Admission Free</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>William Thomas </strong>bass</p> <p><strong>Dearbhla Collins </strong>piano</p> <p><br />F.Schubert; <em>Der Schiffer</em>, <em>Philoktet</em>, <em>Der Sieg</em></p> <p>Brahms; <em>Auf dem Kirchhofe</em>, <em>Feldeinsamkeit, </em></p> <p>Poulenc; <em>Mazurka</em></p> <p>Rachmaninoff; <em>Utro</em></p> <p>Tchaikovsky <em>Sred Shumnogo Bala, Blagaslavlyayu, Vas Lesa</em></p> <p>Britten <em>The Foggy Foggy Dew</em></p> <p>Frances Allitsen The Lute Player</p> <p>John Parry <em>The Flying Dutchman</em></p> <p>Denham Harrison <em>Give me a Ticket to Heaven </em></p> <p>Arthur Sullivan <em>The Lost Chord</em></p> <p><em> </em>Trad. <em>Danny Boy</em></p> <p>Admission Free</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>William Thomas </strong>bass</p> <p><strong>Dearbhla Collins </strong>piano</p> <p><br />F.Schubert; <em>Der Schiffer</em>, <em>Philoktet</em>, <em>Der Sieg</em></p> <p>Brahms; <em>Auf dem Kirchhofe</em>, <em>Feldeinsamkeit, </em></p> <p>Poulenc; <em>Mazurka</em></p> <p>Rachmaninoff; <em>Utro</em></p> <p>Tchaikovsky <em>Sred Shumnogo Bala, Blagaslavlyayu, Vas Lesa</em></p> <p>Britten <em>The Foggy Foggy Dew</em></p> <p>Frances Allitsen The Lute Player</p> <p>John Parry <em>The Flying Dutchman</em></p> <p>Denham Harrison <em>Give me a Ticket to Heaven </em></p> <p>Arthur Sullivan <em>The Lost Chord</em></p> <p><em> </em>Trad. <em>Danny Boy</em></p> Sundays@Noon: Clementi Sonatas IV 2015-12-06T00:00:00+00:00 2015-12-06T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/past-sunday-concerts/1407-sundaysnoon-clementi-sonatas-iv <p><strong>The Clementi Sonatas IV</strong></p> <p>with <strong>Fionnuala Moynihan, piano</strong></p> <p>Sonatina in Eb major op.37 no.1; <br />Sonata in B minor op.40 no.2<br />Sonatina in D major op.37 no.2;<br />Sonata in Eb major op.9 no.3</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The Clementi Sonatas IV</strong></p> <p>with <strong>Fionnuala Moynihan, piano</strong></p> <p>Sonatina in Eb major op.37 no.1; <br />Sonata in B minor op.40 no.2<br />Sonatina in D major op.37 no.2;<br />Sonata in Eb major op.9 no.3</p> <p> </p> Hugh Lane Fulbright Award 2018-07-24T00:00:00+00:00 2018-07-24T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/outreach-projects/past/2197-fulbright Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><strong>Hugh Lane Fulbright Award 2019-2020</strong></p> <p><strong>For eligibility please first see: <a href="http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedprogram/244">http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedprogram/244</a></strong></p> <p>The Hugh Lane Fulbright award seeks to explore ways of engaging the local communities of Dublin with the Hugh Lane Gallery and its collection through the Gallery's education programme. In your CV you should please outline your qualifications, experience and interest in the area of art education in a museum/gallery/arts organisation context. While a general research/project proposal related to art education is submitted at the initial application stage, with regard to a successful application it is important to note that the project will be developed in conversation with and by agreement with the Gallery once the successful candidate has started their placement. The placement will also see the successful candidate gain valuable art education experience in a gallery context through assisting with the Gallery’s diverse programmes. The research/project proposal could also potentially evolve in tandem with these programmes and ways of imaginatively bringing engagement with the Gallery and its collections to a wider audience.</p> <p>We ask for a CV and max two page document outlining your project proposal, experience, a strong rationale for your interest in this placement and pursuing an art education project with the Gallery and Dublin City. These should please be emailed Jessica O'Donnell, Head of Education and Community Outreach, e. jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie   Any successful letters of affiliation will be sent once applications are reviewed by the Director and Head of Education by the end of August/early September 2018.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Hugh Lane Fulbright Award 2019-2020</strong></p> <p><strong>For eligibility please first see: <a href="http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedprogram/244">http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedprogram/244</a></strong></p> <p>The Hugh Lane Fulbright award seeks to explore ways of engaging the local communities of Dublin with the Hugh Lane Gallery and its collection through the Gallery's education programme. In your CV you should please outline your qualifications, experience and interest in the area of art education in a museum/gallery/arts organisation context. While a general research/project proposal related to art education is submitted at the initial application stage, with regard to a successful application it is important to note that the project will be developed in conversation with and by agreement with the Gallery once the successful candidate has started their placement. The placement will also see the successful candidate gain valuable art education experience in a gallery context through assisting with the Gallery’s diverse programmes. The research/project proposal could also potentially evolve in tandem with these programmes and ways of imaginatively bringing engagement with the Gallery and its collections to a wider audience.</p> <p>We ask for a CV and max two page document outlining your project proposal, experience, a strong rationale for your interest in this placement and pursuing an art education project with the Gallery and Dublin City. These should please be emailed Jessica O'Donnell, Head of Education and Community Outreach, e. jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie   Any successful letters of affiliation will be sent once applications are reviewed by the Director and Head of Education by the end of August/early September 2018.</p> <p> </p> Seamus Nolan: Traveller Collection at the Hugh Lane 2018-06-22T00:00:00+00:00 2018-06-22T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/outreach-projects/past/2179-travellercollection2 Jessica O'Donnell jodonnell.hughlane@dublincity.ie <p><strong>Seamus Nolan: Traveller Collection at the Hugh Lane</strong></p> <p><strong>22 June - 23 September 2018 </strong></p> <p><span class="fontstyle0">In 2017, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts came together for the first time to commission a significant socially engaged artist’s project in Dublin. The call for submissions was made through CAPP, the EU Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, a transnational partnership with Spain, Ireland, U.K., Hungary, Finland and Germany and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Following submissions from artists from all of the CAPP partners, Irish artist Seamus Nolan’s proposal was successful. One of Ireland’s foremost artists working in collaborative arts practice, Seamus Nolan’s project sees him investigating the idea of archive,<br />deconstructing ideas on ‘heritage’ and engaging with the Traveller communities in Ireland and Traveller activists and archivists. The Traveller Collection project focuses on issues of Traveller visibility within national and private cultural institutions. Locating representations of Travelling people and communities within local and national media, within folklore, fine and decorative arts collections, legislation and policy documents a picture begins to emerge of a people of difference, and this difference is in the fact that they are generally spoken about rather than speaking, painted rather than painting, represented rather than representing. As Anthony Candon, Keeper, National Museum of Ireland observed, ‘It can be argued, that just as Travellers were/are a marginalised group in Irish society, so also their representation among the Museum displays continued that marginalisation, if somewhat subliminally.’ </span><span class="fontstyle2">Traveller Collection at The Hugh Lane </span><span class="fontstyle0">is one small manifestation of the material and representation of Traveller culture and identity. The project engages<br />an ongoing collaborative process of enquiry with cultural practitioners, Traveller activists and collectors in an exploration of what a Traveller<br />collection or a Traveller specific museum might be and how it would be managed and maintained by Travellers. The idea to build a Traveller museum or collection is not new, but it is long overdue. </span><span class="fontstyle3">The Hugh Lane at Pavee Point </span><span class="fontstyle2">The Street Singer </span><span class="fontstyle0">by Jerome Connor was loaned from the Gallery’s collection to Pavee Point on 21 June for the one day roundtable session as part of the CAPP Network’s </span><span class="fontstyle2">Power and Practice </span><span class="fontstyle0">international conference. This work from the city’s collection was selected as one of a number of works which points to the representation of shared traditions of Traveller culture within the museum. The situation of the work within one of the national Traveller organisations initiates an engagement of<br />equivalence between these organisations. In addition, this exhibition at the Hugh Lane includes paintings by Mick O’Dea from the Martin Folan collection at Pavee Point and archival<br />material that forms the </span><span class="fontstyle2">Irish Travelling People: a Resource Collection </span><span class="fontstyle0">borrowed from the Special Collections of Ulster University. This remarkable collection was originally created and built up by Aileen L’Amie at Ulster University. Displayed here in Gallery 10, the material will be scanned and the digitised fIles then becoming part of an online platform dedicated to Traveller culture TravellerCollection.ie, a website set up by Seamus Nolan as a database pointing to the location of various collections, and offering a repository where individuals and organisations can upload their own items. In addition, a series of fIlms on traveller culture chosen by the artist will be screened in Gallery 10. In tandem with this exhibition, a series of<br />handmade flowers made by the women of the Primary Health Care Traveller Project in Pavee Point are on view along with work made by Tinsmith James Collins. We are very pleased to have worked on this collaborative project with the artist Seamus Nolan and Ailbhe Murphy, Director of Create Ireland and the CAPP team. Our sincere thanks to them, to our lenders, Niall Burns and Ulster University Library, Martin Collins, Caoimhe McCabe and the staff and administration of Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre; to Rosaleen McDonagh, Derek Speirs, Micheal O hAodha, The Galway Traveller Movement, Sinead Ni Shuinear, and the Cork Traveller Women’s network for allowing their work to be presented; Eve Olney, Michael Collins, and Tracey Reilly; The exhibition was organised by Jessica O’Donnell, Head of Education and Community Outreach at the Hugh Lane. </span><br /><br /></p> <p><strong>Seamus Nolan: Traveller Collection at the Hugh Lane</strong></p> <p><strong>22 June - 23 September 2018 </strong></p> <p><span class="fontstyle0">In 2017, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts came together for the first time to commission a significant socially engaged artist’s project in Dublin. The call for submissions was made through CAPP, the EU Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, a transnational partnership with Spain, Ireland, U.K., Hungary, Finland and Germany and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Following submissions from artists from all of the CAPP partners, Irish artist Seamus Nolan’s proposal was successful. One of Ireland’s foremost artists working in collaborative arts practice, Seamus Nolan’s project sees him investigating the idea of archive,<br />deconstructing ideas on ‘heritage’ and engaging with the Traveller communities in Ireland and Traveller activists and archivists. The Traveller Collection project focuses on issues of Traveller visibility within national and private cultural institutions. Locating representations of Travelling people and communities within local and national media, within folklore, fine and decorative arts collections, legislation and policy documents a picture begins to emerge of a people of difference, and this difference is in the fact that they are generally spoken about rather than speaking, painted rather than painting, represented rather than representing. As Anthony Candon, Keeper, National Museum of Ireland observed, ‘It can be argued, that just as Travellers were/are a marginalised group in Irish society, so also their representation among the Museum displays continued that marginalisation, if somewhat subliminally.’ </span><span class="fontstyle2">Traveller Collection at The Hugh Lane </span><span class="fontstyle0">is one small manifestation of the material and representation of Traveller culture and identity. The project engages<br />an ongoing collaborative process of enquiry with cultural practitioners, Traveller activists and collectors in an exploration of what a Traveller<br />collection or a Traveller specific museum might be and how it would be managed and maintained by Travellers. The idea to build a Traveller museum or collection is not new, but it is long overdue. </span><span class="fontstyle3">The Hugh Lane at Pavee Point </span><span class="fontstyle2">The Street Singer </span><span class="fontstyle0">by Jerome Connor was loaned from the Gallery’s collection to Pavee Point on 21 June for the one day roundtable session as part of the CAPP Network’s </span><span class="fontstyle2">Power and Practice </span><span class="fontstyle0">international conference. This work from the city’s collection was selected as one of a number of works which points to the representation of shared traditions of Traveller culture within the museum. The situation of the work within one of the national Traveller organisations initiates an engagement of<br />equivalence between these organisations. In addition, this exhibition at the Hugh Lane includes paintings by Mick O’Dea from the Martin Folan collection at Pavee Point and archival<br />material that forms the </span><span class="fontstyle2">Irish Travelling People: a Resource Collection </span><span class="fontstyle0">borrowed from the Special Collections of Ulster University. This remarkable collection was originally created and built up by Aileen L’Amie at Ulster University. Displayed here in Gallery 10, the material will be scanned and the digitised fIles then becoming part of an online platform dedicated to Traveller culture TravellerCollection.ie, a website set up by Seamus Nolan as a database pointing to the location of various collections, and offering a repository where individuals and organisations can upload their own items. In addition, a series of fIlms on traveller culture chosen by the artist will be screened in Gallery 10. In tandem with this exhibition, a series of<br />handmade flowers made by the women of the Primary Health Care Traveller Project in Pavee Point are on view along with work made by Tinsmith James Collins. We are very pleased to have worked on this collaborative project with the artist Seamus Nolan and Ailbhe Murphy, Director of Create Ireland and the CAPP team. Our sincere thanks to them, to our lenders, Niall Burns and Ulster University Library, Martin Collins, Caoimhe McCabe and the staff and administration of Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre; to Rosaleen McDonagh, Derek Speirs, Micheal O hAodha, The Galway Traveller Movement, Sinead Ni Shuinear, and the Cork Traveller Women’s network for allowing their work to be presented; Eve Olney, Michael Collins, and Tracey Reilly; The exhibition was organised by Jessica O’Donnell, Head of Education and Community Outreach at the Hugh Lane. </span><br /><br /></p> Dublin's Culture Collects 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/outreach-projects/past/1675-dublinscultureconnects <h2><strong>Dublin's Culture Connects: The National Neighbourhood</strong></h2> <div id="g1-lead-1" class="g1-lead "> <p>The National Neighbourhood spans the Dublin City Council region, and for the first time brings together the Public Libraries, the area offices, the City Arts Office and Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in partnership with National Cultural Institutions (The Abbey Theatre, The National Museum of Ireland, The National Library of Ireland, The National Gallery of Ireland, The National Concert Hall, The Chester Beatty Library, The National Archives and The Irish Museum of Modern Art).</p> </div> <p>The core value is the public and cultural community working together, connecting Dubliners in significant ways on projects that are relevant to their expressed concerns. Each project has evolved from a series of conversations and are harnessing the appetites of particular groups for cultural engagement.</p> <p>These programmes focus on creating space for experimentation, modelling new partnerships and testing ways of working. The results will be documented and used to inform future programmes in Dublin communities. #DCCNeighbourhoods</p> <h2><strong>Dublin's Culture Connects: The National Neighbourhood</strong></h2> <div id="g1-lead-1" class="g1-lead "> <p>The National Neighbourhood spans the Dublin City Council region, and for the first time brings together the Public Libraries, the area offices, the City Arts Office and Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, in partnership with National Cultural Institutions (The Abbey Theatre, The National Museum of Ireland, The National Library of Ireland, The National Gallery of Ireland, The National Concert Hall, The Chester Beatty Library, The National Archives and The Irish Museum of Modern Art).</p> </div> <p>The core value is the public and cultural community working together, connecting Dubliners in significant ways on projects that are relevant to their expressed concerns. Each project has evolved from a series of conversations and are harnessing the appetites of particular groups for cultural engagement.</p> <p>These programmes focus on creating space for experimentation, modelling new partnerships and testing ways of working. The results will be documented and used to inform future programmes in Dublin communities. #DCCNeighbourhoods</p>