GapFill: More Beauty, More Happiness – Alan MaGee

GapFill: More Beauty, More Happiness was a solo exhibition by Alan Magee presented together with Highlanes Gallery. Opened on Culture Night, this show proposed a site-specific installation in The Old Schoolhouse along with some of Magee’s sculptural works. GapFill: More

Mural & Exhibition – Erica Il Cane

Internationally renowned Italian artist Erica il Cane was brought to Drogheda for the Drogheda Arts Festival to create a large mural that now envelops the outer-walls of the Droichead Arts Centre. The mural was painted over the course of the

Dedication piece – Stefan Riebel

‘THIS IS DEDICATED TO THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW…..’ Stefan Riebel’s dedication pieces series consists of a number of textual propositions realized as modest poetic interventions that are at once poignant, ironic and whimsical.These statements presented on windows, in shopping centres,

Concrete Abstractions – Dee Walsh

Concrete Abstractions Artist Dee Walsh a solo exhibition ‘Concrete Abstractions’ featured a selection of her most recent large scale paintings and drawings and was held in a pop up space on Drogheda’s West street. It was Walsh’s first solo exhibit

Penny Rimbaud & Louise Elliott Performance

As a closing event for the retrospective exhibition ‘Lost for words’ by Gee Vaucher, a performance night was hosted of poetry and music by ‘Crass’ founder Penny Rimbaud and musician Louise Elliott. Penny Rimbaud is a writer, poet, philosopher, painter,

Lost for Words – Gee Vaucher

A 40 year retrospective of Gee Vaucher, the iconic visual artist and former member/artist of the legendary Anarcho Punk Band ‘Crass’. This was Gee’s first ever solo exhibition in Ireland. Complementing the exhibition there was a screening of the film

I don’t know where I am – Adrian & Shane

I don’t know where I am Drogheda artists Adrian+Shane have been working together since 1998. Using paint, collage, stencils, photos and video their practice is a mixture of playfullness and social commentary. Much of their work includes self-portraiture.The exhibition titled

Street Art project

This project was part of an initiative that would see the re-use of the empty commercial units in Drogheda’s town centre allowing allowed artists to create a dialogue with the town itself through site specific works. Artist David Booth created