What's On: 7th July

What’s On: 7th July

What's On: 7th July

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Lunchtime Tour with Amelia Stein RHA
Time: 1:10pm
Location: Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 2

Mounting techniques: the new and the alternatives
Time: 6-8pm
Location: Fire, The Copper House, Synge St., Dublin 8.

Zofia Rydet. A documentary
Time: 7pm
Location: Centre for Creative Practices, 15 Pembroke Street Lower, Dublin 2

Closing Today

Close to Home, University of Ulster MFA Graduate Show
Opening hours: 11am-6pm
Location: South Studios Gallery, 27/28 New Row South, Dublin 8

A Beret Will Be Fine, by DIT 2nd Year Students
Opening hours: 12 to 6pm
Location: Little Green Gallery, Little Britain Street, Dublin 7

Opening Today

Running Exhibitions

The Long View, at the Gallery of Photography
Mexican Worlds: 25 Contemporary Photographers
The RHA Annual Exhibition
We Are Focus, by Exchange Focus Photography Collective
The Arc of Realism 1911-1997, by Zofia Rydet
A Royal Wedding, by Five Eleven Ninety Nine
Close to Home, University of Ulster MFA Graduate Show
Achill/Fictionary by Linda Brownlee/Holly McGlynn
Glamour in the Blood by Debbie Castro
The Black Mirror by Seamus Sullivan
Jewellery Box-Ireland’s Hidden Gems by Daragh Muldowney
Liquidity On The Chair Exposures by Mella Travers
Photo 2011 by Dublin Camera Club Members
Landscapes of Cork by Patrick Donald
A Calculated Attack: Guerilla Exhibition/Cork Analogue Photographers
Traces Of The Real by Hugh McCabe
Home, group show
Unreal City by Basil Al-Rawi and Dejan Karin
Life Imitating Art by Jeanette Lowe
The Shadow of James Joyce, by Motoko Fujita
Liquidity on the Chair Exposures
Photo 2011 by Dublin Camera Club
A Beret Will Be Fine, by DIT 2nd Year Students
La Dolce Vita, by Joseph La Mela

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