RHA Gallery – New Exhibitions Open From TODAY

RHA Gallery Open, 7 Days a Week.

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RHA EXHIBITION

New Exhibitions from TODAY

Barbara Knežević, pleasure ‘scapes, Gallagher Gallery

Miriam O’Connor, Tomorrow is Sunday, RHA Ashford Gallery

Also showing:
Damien Flood, Tilt, Brown & O’hUiginn Galleries

Robert Ballagh, Home, RHA Foyer

Always Free Admission. Open 7 Days a week. Please observe Covid-19 safety protocols and wear a mask.

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RHA NEWS

Niamh O’Malley ARHA

The President and Members of the Academy are delighted to announce the election of Niamh O’Malley as an Associate Member of the Academy.

Niamh O’Malley was elected at the RHA Assembly meeting held on Tuesday, 13 July, 2021.

Dorothy Cross RHA was elected as a full Member at the same meeting.

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RHA SCHOOL

Fingal County Council Studio Award

Final Week for Applications

The RHA School in partnership with Fingal County Council Arts Office, are delighted to offer the opportunity of a funded studio space at the RHA, for a professional artist for the period of one year. Applications close this Sunday 25 July.

The award is open to practising artists at all stages in their professional careers, working in visual art.

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RHA LEARN

Watch Back: Damien Flood and James Merrigan in Conversation

Watch exhibiting artist Damien Flood and invited guest James Merrigan, as they discuss Flood’s solo exhibition Tilt, in the surroundings of RHA Brown and O’hUiginn Galleries where these paintings and sculptures are on display untill 1 August.

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RHA LEARN

Ashford In Conversation

5pm, 28 June

Online via Zoom

Join us for this conversation with exhibiting artist and photographer Miriam O’Connor, with RHA Exhibitions Curator, Ruth Carroll. Miriam and Ruth will discuss Miriam’s exhibition Tomorrow is Sunday, showing in RHA’s Ashford Gallery.

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RHA LEARN

Watch back: Denis Kelly and Ronnie Hughes in Conversation

Watch artist Denis Kelly and invited guest speaker, artist Ronnie Hughes, discuss the work in Kelly’s solo exhibition Look, then Look Again, previously shown in the RHA Ashford Gallery.

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