The National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History at Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7 are currently exhibiting work by Emmet Kane that spans his 27 year career as a woodturner. The exhibition runs until 31 July and includes functional vessels and bowls, wall hangings, artistic pieces (both large and small), as well as recent small scale intimate works.
The exhibition is curated by Dr Jennifer Goff, responsible for the Furniture and Eileen Gray collections who has curated exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Admission is free. Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday 2pm to 5pm.
Saturday April 11th 2015, 9.30 to 5
Venue- Lorcan Community Centre, Santry, Dublin
Demonstrator for the day is Albert Harrison from Holyhead, North Wales
Cost is €40 /&40 including lunch and teas,etc.
Attractions : trade stand, raffle and Open competition
Registration at 9am
Seminar concludes at 5pm
Ample parking for all and close to M1/M50
For directions see our www.eastcentralchapter.com