A seasonal singalong screening for families at The Model Cinema

Special Family Day with Secret Sing-along Screening Wed 28 December •Printmaking workshop, post-holiday celebrations and story-telling from 11.30a.m. •Free secret sing-along film screening for families at 1p.m. The Model are holding a top-secret movie screening and some post-holiday celebrations for all the family on Wednesday December 28th. The event is

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Sligo Global Kitchen with Pulled

Pulled Screen Print in association with Sligo Global Kitchen are holding their second ‘Cult of the Night’ print party this Friday, December 9th at their studios at the Model, Sligo. Attendees will be treated to a special food menu with culinary delights from across the world presented by the expert

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My Pick – Irene Geelan

It’s funny, I’ve been to most of The Model’s previous exhibitions but I had never seen ‘Mountain Window’ by Jack B. Yeats. I had seen it in a lovely, little catalogue that the Niland produced and I really loved it. I used to come in, this was going on for

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The Allingham Festival

Here at The Model, we like to think of ourselves as your number one Arts institute. Indeed, we like to believe that we cater to all your artistic/cultural/ entertainment needs and that the relationship you have with us is well…exclusive. Alas, we know that not to be the case. To

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The Waterford Healing Arts Trust comes to The Model

Mary Grehan and Claire Meaney, Arts Directors of one of Ireland’s leading Arts and Health programme, the Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT), are coming to Sligo for a three-day residency at The Model from 25th – 27th October. Established in 1993 and based at University Hospital Waterford, WHAT supports the

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Barbara Breitenfellner

My Pick – Barbara Breitenfellner

What really struck me about ‘Johnny Patterson singing Bridget Donoghue’ is that it is so far removed from the aesthetic of the rest of the exhibition, Painted Universe. The other paintings seem pretty conventional in comparison and when I saw this I was really thrilled. The desperate violence of the

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