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Drop in workshops for young children

Saturday 15 June, 10am-5pm, Gallery & Project Room

Level 3, dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire

Celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg by coming to see 'Room to Explore'. Join artists Helen Barry and Marian Balfe for free drop-in workshops through the day. 

Rolling Over Rainbows, 10am,11am, 12pm

Join Helen Barry for these 50 minute workshops for children from 0-4 years. Designed for children to explore and play in a multi-sensory space designed for them. 

Life Size Self Portrait, 1.30pm, 2.30pm. 3.30pm

Marian Balfe will have an exciting array of materials on hand for young artists to make a life sized collage of themselves, their siblings and their grown ups. 

More details about upcoming events for early years children here 


Room to Explore, Art for 0-5 year olds

Featuring artists Helen Barry, Anne Bradley, Jane Hayes, Órla Kelly.

Curated by Anne Cradden

Gallery and Project Room, Level 3, dlr LexIcon

Calling all children from 0-5 years and their adults! Join us for this very special opening with lots of free workshops throughout the day. Be the first to see our new exhibition created for and with early years children.

More details about the exhibition here


Nature and Place


Nature and Place is a new series of temporary works, taking inspiration from the forests of Ticknock, Tibradden, Barnaslingan, Carrickgollogan, Kilmashogue and Ballyedmonduff. Download and listen to the artworks from our website:  More information


Open Art Studio for Adults

Friday 21 June, 11am - 1pm
Project Room, Level 3, dlr LexIcon
No booking required.

Join us - it doesn't matter if you are new to creative explorations or a practicing artist. Kim Jenkinson will be on hand to help as little or as much as you'd like, materials and space are free.




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