Here you will find a useful list of galleries throughout Ireland. Get quick, informative information about your particular gallery of choice and enjoy your visit.
69 O’Connell Street, Limerick City, Limerick
The Belltable Arts Centre was established in 1981, and is the principal Arts Centre in the Shannon Region. Located in a Georgian building in the centre of Limerick City, its facilities include a 315 seat proscenium arch theatre, an exhibition space, film club, coffee shop, all the Belltable’s facilities are fully accessible for those with physical disabilities.
17 Clare Street, Dublin 2, Dublin
The Oriel Gallery is the oldest independent gallery in Ireland.
The Oriel has also mounted many group exhibitions featuring such luminaries of Irish art as Jack B Yeats, Nathaniel Hone, William Leech, Roderic O’Connor, Walter Osborne, Sir John Lavery, J A O’Connor, William Sadler, Daniel O’Neill and Sean Keating. On the walls of The Oriel are also to be found many and varied examples of the work of Maurice MacGonigal, Charles Lamb, Stanhope Forbes and Norman Garstin.
Basement 98, O’Connell Street, Limerick, Limerick
Original Paintings in Oil and Watercolour. Fine Art Prints. Painting Workshops and Classes.
Art gallery displaying work of established and emerging artists.
Ongoing exhibition of gallery artists, drawing, painting, printmaking.
Railway Street, Navan, Meath
The Solstice Arts Centre opened it doors in 2006, and since it has been displaying art and crafts, and put on regular shows. Shows and events are preformed by local, national and international preformers and groups.
The theatre seats up 320 poeple.
There is always shows and exhibitions regulary going on here
5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Dublin
Temple Bar Gallery & Studios is a studios-based organisation with a significant contemporary visual art gallery located in Dublin city centre.
Established by artists in 1983, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios (TBG&S) was one of the first cultural organisations rehoused by the Temple Bar Cultural Quarter regeneration in the early 1990s. Our mission is to provide subsidised workspaces to professional working artists, to present progressive and ambitious work by contemporary Irish and international visual artists and to promote the knowledge of and mediate contemporary visual art.
Merrion Square West and Clare Street, Dublin 2, Dublin
Established by an Act of Parliament in 1854, the National Gallery first opened its doors to the public in January 1864. At the time of its inauguration there were just 105 paintings in the collection (the first purchase was 15 paintings bought in 1856 in Rome). Today the collection boasts over 2,440 paintings, 5,230 drawings, watercolours and miniatures, 3,066 prints, 331 pieces of sculpture, vestments and object d’art, making it one of the finest collections of European art.
Carnegie Building, Pery Square, Limerick, Limerick
Located in Pery Square, the gallery features a permanent collection of 18th, 19th and 20th century Irish art belonging to some of the much acclaimed artists of the past, including Jack Yeats and Sean Keating. Throughout the year, the gallery plays host to between 30 and 40 temporary exhibitions of paintings, patchwork, architecture and sculpture