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Siobhán Kane

Student Forum Tour of Wild Relatives

The Douglas Hyde Student Forum is a group of students and recent graduates who engage with the Gallery’s programming over 12 months. In this conversational tour of our current exhibitions, UCD academic and lecturer Siobhán Kane will continue her exploration of DHG exhibitions through the lens of writer John McGahern’s work, focusing on McGahern’s philosophy that the ‘local is the universal’.

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Ufuoma Essi
All That You Can’t Leave Behind

The Douglas Hyde is delighted to present the fourth of the screenings of Art from the African Diaspora as part of Alice Rekab’s multi-platform project FAMILY LINES: All That You Can’t Leave Behind by Ufuoma Essi (2019). Selected by Éireann and I, All That You Can’t Leave Behind is an experimental film that works with appropriated video […]

A photograph of a record sleeve with the black vinyl coming halfway out of it.
Liliane Puthod
Frystatic

Frystatic is a pitch test, a sonorous perspective, taking a tangent to David Lunney’s work by interweaving traditional Irish tunes within electronic sound fields. By expanding throughout soft repetitive melodies layered with entropic sound effects, the mix recalls the mirror surfaces composition and colourful geometrical patterns visible in the artist’s drawings and sculptures.   Frystatic […]

A close-up photograph of ceramic sculptures in earthy tones placed on the floor. There is a large bowl situated near these sculptures. The background is blurred, there is a book shelf and two white men with backpacks standing in front of a desk.
Weekly Tours

Gallery staff will give informal lunchtime tours of the exhibition by David Lunney, Áine McBride and Katie Watchorn: From Here to There each Saturday at 2pm until the show ends on February 5, 2022. All are welcome and there is no need to book a place.

Upcoming Events

A photograph of seven silver cactus-like sculptures in The Douglas Hyde. The sculptures are different heights and sizes.
Daphne Wright
Artist Response

As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce an Artist’s Response where artist, Daphne Wright will respond to the work of Katie Watchorn within the exhibition From Here to There.

A photograph of a white girl with brown hair in a knitted jumper on the left, she is reading a sheet of paper. There is a white man with a beard wearing a tweed jacket behind her. He is looking at a hanging tapestry of a unicorn in a fenced arena on the right.
Student Forum Tour

Tour of the exhibition From Here to There led by the Student Forum Group The Student Forum is a group of students and recent graduates who engage with The Douglas Hyde and its programming in different ways over a period of twelve months. These engagements include leading tours of our exhibitions, participating in reading and […]

A photograph of three groupings of different coloured lengths of wood. Each bundle of wood is held together with a metal clasp on the concrete floor. On the left there is a raised shiny surface.
Anne Tallentire
Artist Reponse

As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce an Artist’s Response where artist, Anne Tallentire will respond to the work of Áine McBride within the exhibition From Here to There.

A black and white photograph of people walking through the glass doors of the Berkeley Library in Trinity College Dublin. The photograph is situated on a concrete wall with of imprinted wood grooves. There is a grey corner panel with a black TV screen situated on the left, beside the photograph.
David Lunney, Áine McBride and Katie Watchorn
In conversation with Georgina Jackson

We are delighted to announce an In Conversation event where our Director, Georgina Jackson will talk to David Lunney, Áine McBride and Katie Watchorn about, amongst other things, their collaboration on the From Here to There exhibition project. The conversation will take on Thursday, 3 February, from 7 pm at The Douglas Hyde. The event […]

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