Materials and Perception Masterclass

Anyone who visits the galleries here will find it hard not to get lost, gazing at the wonderful thread installations by Mark Garry. At a first glance they are barely visible, on closer inspection one might think that someone let a real rainbow loose in the room. The rainbow spectrums

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Informal Music Afternoon at The Model this weekend

The next instalment of the Informal Music Afternoons takes place this Sunday March 2nd in the atrium of The Model. Enjoy a stunning afternoon of music with hot drinks and treats from The Model Café from 1pm. Norbert Vollath will perform a piece for bass-clarinet, tenor saxophone and loop machine

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6-10 March: Calling all book lovers to Sligo for Sligo children’s book festival

Thurs 6 March – Sun 10 March Three of Sligo’s leading cultural organisations have come together for a second year to host the Sligo Children’s Book Festival, celebrating family literacy and creativity of parents and young children. The Model, Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership and the Hawk’s Well Theatre have created

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Patrick scott – golden boy of Irish art bows out

I was struck by the poetic sadness of the death of Patrick Scott yesterday on the eve of the opening of his retrospective at IMMA. It seemed as though he bowed out having seen through the completion of this major celebration of his life’s work. Patrick was a god-like figure

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Celebrate Valentine’s day at The Model this Friday February 14th

Too many things are occurring for even a big heart to hold… W.B Yeats. Whether you are looking for inspiration for your romantic missals or a romantic setting for the perfect Valentine date – here at The Model we’ve got your back! Imagine a stroll hand in hand through our

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