Annual Winter Exhibition

Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th November until 16th January 2010

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Oisin Gallery Annual Winter Exhibition

The Oisin Gallery Annual Winter Exhibition showcases the works of gallery and invited artists, together with a small selection of previously un-shown talents.

View Oisin Gallery Winter Exhibition here

The exhibition continues until Saturday 16th Jan 2010 and includes works by:

James Brohan, Steve Browning, Willie Cunningham, David Farren, Ronan Goti, Thomas Halloran, James Horan, Alan Kenny, Jonathan Knuttel, Jimmy Lawlor, Paddy Lennon, Arthur Maderson, Brigitte McGovern, Liam O'Neill, Owen Rohu, Robert Ryan and Katy Simpson and many more.

 

The Trinity Exhibition (for three days only) 8 – 10 Dec

View a sample of The Trinity Exhibition here

 Trinity College Visual Arts Society is delighted to present The Trinity Exhibition, a showcase of artworks by the staff and students of Trinity College Dublin. The exhibition is the first fully student organised exhibition in Trinity history.

The exhibition will be opened by the

Vice-Provost of Trinity College

Prof. Patrick Prendergast

at 6.30pm on Tuesday the 8th of December

and the exhibition will run until 5.30pm on the 10th of December.

The launch will include a wine reception and the exhibition of a performance art piece. 

The exhibition aims to provide an outlet for all types of creative expression within the college, giving both students and staff with artistic inclinations a chance to showcase their works and talents. In a time when the Irish art community is struggling to survive and students are being pushed towards “practical” careers, The Trinity Exhibition is a much needed opportunity to show the talent and ability that exists within the academic framework of the college.

The works involve a variety of mediums, from painting and drawing to photography, sculpture, digital art and film. The response from the college’s artistic community has been staggering, with more than 110 works initially submitted for consideration. After a careful selection process 54 works have been chosen to be exhibited from a cross section of Trinity society, ranging from students of all levels and disciplines, academic staff, managerial officers, library staff and technical support.

Paintings in the exhibition