Art in April

If you are interested in art there are some fantastic exhibitions on in Sligo during the month of April. All are free to visit and the perfect way to spend a rainy day. There are also various art classes on offer so why not try something new?

Art Exhibitions

Lucie O’Hara and Michael Cummins
Until mid April. Check with the to confirm dates Hyde Bridge Gallery, Yeats Memorial Building.

The Ethereal Space by Daniel Chester
5th – 28th April Hamilton Gallery, 4 Castle Street, Sligo

Turbulence –  Rossella Biscotti , Elaine Hoey, Gulsun Karamustafa, Naiza Khan, Eoin McHugh, Cengiz Tekin, Sarah Wood, Jack Butler Yeats
The Model, The Mall, Sligo – running until April 22nd.

The Model is also home to The Niland Collection of art, one of the most notable collections in Ireland and featuring works by John and Jack B. Yeats among others.

Mindful Nona by Oonagh B. McCann is featuring in Osta Cafe and Wine Bar and pop-up shop for the month of April.

Taylor’s Art Gallery on the main N4 road near Riverstown has an exhibition featuring various local artists.

Art Classes

Graphite and Easel.
Life Drawing Classes in The Model, Sligo
Friday mornings – €10 bring your own materials.

Ballymote Family Resource Centre host art classes for adults by Paul Murray.

Paul Murray also teaches art classes at The Teeling Centre, Collooney. Martha teaches art classes for children at the centre.

The Benwiskin Centre in North Sligo hosts various classes but the art ones are fully booked at the moment.

Lorna Watkins hosts painting experiences in her Studio by the Sea in North Sligo.

Amanda Grace is hosting a Visual Journalling Workshop at her Pilgrim Soul Studio in Rathcormac Craft Village.

St. Michael’s Family Life Centre host weekly art classes.

Jewellery Making

Tiffany Budd Goldsmith
Graham Reid Designs

Ceramic Making

Rachel Quinn Ceramics 

For something different why not try a Blacksmith Class with Michael Budd?

Whatever you decide we hope you have a lovely time.

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