Heritage Week Talks & Screening this Saturday and Sunday
Heritage Week Talks & Screening this Saturday and SundayFor Heritage Week we are pleased to be able to open additionally this Sunday 24 August from 12.00-5.00pm, and to present two gallery talks, and one screening taking through next weekend.

On Saturday 23 at 12.00noon George William’s lecture The Fortunes and Possessions of the Great Houses of Louth in the 18th Century will take you on a journey up the Boyne and tell the story of how the great houses and the river developed together creating huge prosperity for Drogheda and its hinterland, while on Sunday 24 at 2.00pm, Conserving Painting in the Collection: An Insight is presented by conservator Siobhan Conyngham who will discuss the recent conservation work she has completed on Gerard Dillon’s Fast Day...
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McCloskey’s Bakery and Highlanes Gallery shortlisted for Allianz Business to Arts Award
McCloskey’s Bakery and Highlanes Gallery shortlisted for Allianz Business to Arts AwardMcCloskey's Traditional and Artisan Bakery’s sponsorship of the major solo exhibition by artist Abigail O'Brien organised by Highlanes Gallery has been shortlisted for an Allianz Business to Arts Award.

The Allianz Business to Arts Awards recognise businesses, artists and arts organisations that develop creative partnerships, bringing the arts and artists into mutually beneficial relationships across society.
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Re Framing the Domestic in Irish Art-final week, closing 25 August
Re Framing the Domestic in Irish Art-final week, closing 25 AugustThere are many kinds of spaces, both physical and metaphysical, that artists play with in their work, and many spaces that we, as humans inhabit. However, perhaps the most familiar space, the one that has been the stimulus for much artistic enquiry, be it visual or otherwise, has been the domestic, or home space, as that is where our earliest and most formative experiences are shaped.

The exhibition takes as its root the domestic in all its simple complexities and contradictions, to ask what facts and fictions the domestic suggests to the artist and viewer today.
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VIRTUALLY THERE: A new exhibition by artists, children and teachers
VIRTUALLY THERE: A new exhibition by artists, children and teachersVIRTUALLY THERE: A new exhibition by artists, children and teachers created through online residencies is in its final week, ending next Monday 25 August.

The exhibition stems from the Virtually There project by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership, the only long-term professional arts programme running in Northern Irish schools.

Demonstrating the use of virtual technology to connect studio and classroom, the exhibition showcases work created by artists Ann Donnelly, Julie Forrester, Ann Henderson, Sharon Kelly and Andrew Livingstone with primary school children from all over Northern Ireland.
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Relish Cafe and Foodhall
Relish Cafe and FoodhallRelish Cafe and Foodhall is a fresh vibrant continental style cafe, using quality local produce to create home cooked food in a stylish and sophisticated setting.

Open: Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm.
Relish is also open on Sundays from 11.30am to 5.30pm.

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