Surface exploration along the North Mayo coastline is a recurring theme in Maria Garry’s work. She sees herself as “the quiet observer and collector, revisiting areas and recording subtle changes, which Nature reveals over time”. Close examination of delicate textures and layers, which emerge, erode, invade and invite provide exciting starting points for a series of mixed media investigations. Runs until 3rd May. Free admission. All welcome.
Official Opening: Thursday 7th March, 8pm Ian Wieczorek's latest show explores the phenomenon of borders, and reflects both current socio-political events and a continuing narrative: the border as a physical barrier, its implications and its porosity. Extending his previous investigations, this body of work comprises painting, video, print and other elements in response to the theme. Wieczorek has exhibited widely both in Ireland and internationally, including EVA International, RHA Annual Exhibition, Claremorris Open Exhibition and recent shows in Austria, Sweden and Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. Runs until 3rd May. Free admission. All welcome.
The Wizard of Oz Morrison School of Dance Sunday 14th April, 1pm & 5pm Morrison School of Dance present their production of the timeless classic The Wizard of Oz. The audience can expect to be taken on a fantastical journey to the Emerald City. Filled with all the familiarity of the classic story, as Dorothy and Toto are swept to the land of Oz, where they join up with three unlikely heroes to see the Wizard, their triumph over the Wicked Witch, and the quest to return home. Tickets: €10. Early booking advised.