Culture Night is back in full swing at Crawford Art Gallery this year, and we have full programme of events ready for you until the later time of 11pm !
Culture Night will take place on Friday 23 September! The ticketed events we have lined up include:
Puppet Tours of Meat and Potatoes 5pm & 7pm
The Crawford Art Gallery in the 1920s: Witness to Revolution ( with Dr Tom Spalding) 5pm & 7pm
Premiere Screening of The Sprawling Octopus of an Elevated Highway (2022) 6pm, 7:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm
All the above events are free but require prior booking. Keep an eye on our social media on Monday 12 September for when the Eventbrite goes live! On the night, Crawford Art Gallery will be open later than ever, with the Gallery closing at 11pm! As well as our exciting exhibitions and programme of events, we also have dynamic musical acts and pizza!
Our events which require no booking are:
Speed Dating the Collection 6pm onwards
Interactive Workshop in Meat and Potatoes Project Space 5pm onwards
Sketching in Drawing Room 5pm onwards
5:30PM until 11:00pm Music at Crawford Art Gallery
5:30-7pm Classical Guitarist John Ahern Location: Gibson Landing
7 – 8pm Rebel Brass Location: Outside/Garden
7:30-9:30pm String Quartet Location: Long Room
9:30-10:45pm Pianist Daniel Murphy Location: Sculpture Gallery
See our website for more details!
This project is in support of the Night-Time Economy and funded by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.