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Events

Special events programme at the LAB gallery including talks, workshops, gallery previews and more

In Conversation - Bridget O’Gorman and Sue Rainsford

24 February 2016 11am

Bridget O' Gorman and writer Sue Rainsford invite you to join in on the conversation as we explore 'In the Flesh'. 

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Exhibition tour with curator Sheena Barrett

19 February 2016

Come along to The LAB Gallery and join curator Sheena Barrett for an informal tour of the gallery to view and we invite you to discuss the latest exhibition 'In the Flesh' by Bridget O'Gorman.  Tea and coffee provided. 

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Curator’s Talk - The Cricket Bat that Died for Ireland - Brenda Malone

17 February 2016 6pm

In planning for our 2016 programme at the LAB, Brenda Malone's blog, The Cricket Bat that Died for Ireland, became influential in it's approach as well as it's content. The import given to everyday objects, from sports equipment to clothing and tea flasks, because of their physical presence during 1916 and the stories they came to embody. This talk gives an opportunity to hear directly from Brenda about her research, the blog, and plans for the National Museum's exhibition opening in March. 

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A quiet megaphone for your knowledge

29 January 2016

A quiet megaphone for your knowledge: an artist’s approach to person-centred arts participation in healthcare

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Talks & Panel Discussion with artists George Bolster, Alan Counihan and Ciara McKeon

19 January 2016 1pm

The LAB in partnership with Visual Artists Ireland and First Fortnight Festival presents a series of talks and discussions for artists and freelancers in the visual arts around good mental health.

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Healthy Work Practices with psychologist Dr Loren Duffy and visual artist Theresa Nanigian

16 January 2016 11:30am

Dr. Loren Duffy will open a discussion with participants around what aspects of your work you find most challenging to your mental wellbeing.

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Resilience and Self Support

13 January 2016 11.30AM

Dr. Niall Crumlish is a psychiatrist since 1999 and a music fan since 1984, which he says ‘is the first time I remember telling my dad not to turn a particular song (Wham’s ‘Freedom’) off the radio’. He has written for State and Hot Press, Sunday Business Post and opinion pieces in the Irish Times and Irish Independent. He has been a consultant psychiatrist in St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, since 2010.

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The Art of Mental Health

11 January - 19 February 2016

The LAB in partnership with Visual Artists Ireland and First Fortnight Festival presents a series of talks and discussions for artists and freelancers in the visual arts around good mental health.

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