OCAP is delighted to present their “VIRTUAL ARTWORKS MARKET” which launches on Friday 27th November 2020 at 7pm and continues right up to Christmas. This virtual marketplace will showcase ARTWORK from Artists Leah Beggs, Renske Boef, Shona Butler Walsh, Mary Byrne, Bernie Dignam, Barbara Dunne, Bernie Fleming, Kathleen Furey, Tamaru Hunt Joshi, Jackie Jefferson, Susanne Keane, Dolores Lyne, Philippa Maguire, Olga Magliocco, Maureen Mooney, Patricia Morrison, Jay Murphy, Audrey Murray, Grainne MacManus, Stephanie McLaughlin, Patricia McQuinn, Colette NicAodha, Catherine Patrickson, Deirdre Stephens, Kieran Tobin and Jess Walsh. This Event will feature original Artworks including Painting, Printmaking, Ceramics and Textiles and is an excellent opportunity to support Irish Artists and purchase a unique piece of art for your own home or for someone special this Christmas.
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Image credit: Catherine Patrickson "Emplacement"
SET IN STONE
GALWAY 2020 - SMALL TOWNS BIG IDEAS
SET IN STONE is a community project focusing on the work of local Archaeologist and Historian Bill Daly who has traced the history of Oughterard back to Neolithic times. SET IN STONE was originally planned as part of the Galway 2020 Small Towns Big Ideas programme, unfortunately due to Covid 19 restrictions the project has been postponed to 2021. Since the Artists have already produced their Artworks for the three Summer Exhibitions, OCAP made the decision to present the Exhibitions online over the Summer months. We look forward to welcoming you all to The Courthouse in the Summer of 2021.
RIANTA - Traces of our past.
uachtarARTS Group Show
CUIMHNI - Memories
Leah Beggs & Kathleen Furey
AIMSITHE - Discovered
AKIN - Leonie King, Dolores Lyne, Margaret Irwin, Jay Murphy & Sioban Piercy
From 24th July 2020
OCAP (Oughterard Courthouse Arts Programme) is a voluntary group that was formed to run Visual Arts Exhibitions during the Summer months in Ougterard Courthouse with support from both Oughterard Courthouse Conservation & Heritage Company and Galway County Council. The main aim of OCAP is to present a diverse range of Artists and Artistic Practices to the community in Oughterard. We also aim to provide an exceptional Exhibition Space for established and emerging Artists to showcase their Artwork.