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Athlone Castle, Luan Gallery and Abbey Road Artists’ Studios will once again open their doors to welcome those interested in exploring arts and heritage sites this Culture Night which takes place on Friday, September 17.
Athlone Deputy Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, has welcomed the decision to reopen the Council office at the civic centre to the public.
As part of its summer 2021 programme Luan Gallery is delighted to present 'Queer As You Are', a group exhibition of Irish artists which explores the gaps and fissures of queer presence within Irish history and considers how queer historical discourses, or lack thereof, populate our past, present and future.
Athlone's Abbey Road Artists’ Studios is delighted to introduce its newest resident artist, Ciara Tuite.
Luan Gallery will host a free virtual facilitated talk via zoom between exhibiting artist, Colm MacAthlaoich and artist and lecturer John Graham, on Saturday, June 19 at 2pm, the talk being supported by Creative Ireland and Westmeath County Council.
Luan Gallery was delighted to reopen its doors and welcome back audiences from Tuesday of last week.
Luan Gallery invites young budding artists aged from four to 17 years to create and submit two-dimensional artworks that address the theme of 'Memories' for a virtual exhibition to be launched by the Mayor of Athlone and Moate Municipal District on June 12 as part of the national Crúinniu na nÓg celebrations.
To mark the reopening of the Luan Gallery on Tuesday, May 11, the riverside location will host 'Percept', an exhibition featuring a new body of work by contemporary Irish artist, Colm Mac Athlaoich.
As most locals are aware, Athlone Boat Club, has been an accomplished sporting organisation involved in active rowing participation since the 1800s.