John Shinnors, St. John's Point Lighthouse, oil/pastel on panel, 22 x 16 cm Charles Harper RHA, Skelligs Michael Monks, Watercolour on Handmade linen paper, 20 x 29 cm Gavin Hogg, Art’s Work, A4 collage and paint on paper
Michele Horrigan: Stigma Damages For several years, artist Michele Horrigan has explored the histories and material culture of the aluminum industry, drawing on her experience of growing up near the Aughinish Alumina processing plant, Co. Limerick. Bookings are essential. You can book your ticket online below or by phone at (061) 312 833. To [...]
Have you ever wanted to be a costume designer? Then come along and take part in our Best Costume Goes to…Family Costume Design Workshops! Bring the whole family along, learn about how costume designers work, and hunt for design details in the Best Costume Goes To... Exhibition. Then learn to work as a team of [...]
Best Costume Goes to… showcases The Irish Costume Archive Project, costumes from Irish films and major television productions. Displaying costumes filmed in Ireland or with Irish talent, the exhibition tells the story of the relationship between the actor and their costume. You also learn about the growth of the Irish film industry. Costumes from 19 films [...]
Series of drawings by Rita Duffy (part of the Hunt Permanent Collection) created in response to some original artefacts in our Collection using historical and literary references.
Exhibition of Iconic Film Costumes Extended With New Costumes Added Lenny Abrahamson Endorses Must See Exhibition this Summer for #Staycationers 3 July 2020: The stage is set and the red carpet has been rolled out as The Hunt Museum opens its doors and welcomes the public back after 16 weeks of closure with [...]
A Batik exhibition from Limerick artist and teacher Marie Madden Rice featuring woodlands. All works are available for purchase. In the interest of public safety, strict social distancing measures will apply. We encourage all visitors to bring their own face masks. If you do not have your own they are available for purchase [...]
Sybil Connolly was born in Wales to Irish and English parents, during her teenage years she moved to be schooled in a convent in Co. Waterford, Ireland. At seventeen she was apprenticed to the London based, but Irish run, company Bradley & Co and even assisted at royal fittings at Buckingham Palace. Returning to [...]