Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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Two new exhibitions will open in Garter Lane Arts Centre on May 4th to launch the Bealtaine Festival programme of events, featuring 30 arts events during the month of May as part of the nationwide celebration of creativity as we age. 'Tell Me' presents a selection of works by three alumni of Waterford Institute of Technology, Adrian McGrath, Nicky Anthony and Paul Hallahan, curated by Sandra Kelly and supported by Artlinks. This exhibition in Garter Lane Arts Centre's Main Gallery will explore the creative journey each artist has undergone to sustain their artistic practice.

Adrian Mc Grath is originally from Co. Laois and graduated from Waterford Institute of Technology in 2012 with a first class honours in visual art. He has since exhibited throughout Ireland, France and Finland and is currently completing his Masters degree in Aalto University in Finland.

Paul Hallahan is a Dublin-based artist. His work is primarily based in painting and sculpture taking formalistic ideas from the past into the contemporary. Between 2009 and 2012, he established 'Soma Contemporary', now GOMA on Lombard Street with Waterford Council Arts Office.

Alongside 'Tell Me', in Garter Lane Arts Centre's Front of House Exhibition Space, 'Beyond Belonging' is a new exhibition featuring the work of artists Andrew Kenny, Judy O'Sullivan and Rory van Dokkum.

Tell Me and Beyond Belonging will be formally opened at 6.30pm on Friday 4th May 2018 by Eamonn Maxwell.

More info at http://www.garterlane.ie.

Admission free.

All welcome.

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