Interview with Yobst Greaves
Curator and collector Jobst Graeve discusses some of the works in his remarkable collection in this short video.
Exhibition Programme – 2019
The Model Sligo announces a programme of exhibitions for 2019 with a special focus on The Niland Collection as it celebrates the 60th anniversary of its foundation. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of The Niland Collection, The Model proudly presents a major exhibition that considers art collections as
‘Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know’ – A contemplation of John Yeats
In Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know, Colm Tóibín’s new non-fiction book, the Enniscorthy writer turns his incisive gaze to three of Ireland’s greatest writers, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats and James Joyce, and their earliest influences: their fathers. To celebrate the extension of Yeats; Portrait of a Family, The Model’s seminal
Culture Night 2018: Whats On?
That special time of year is upon us once again. Culture Night, a staple event of every culture vultures’ calendar takes place this evening, on Fri. 21 of September. To help you sort your schedule for what is sure to be a fantastic night of dazzling cultural displays, we have
The Model Presents Cairde Visual Submissions Open/Deadline June 10th
Cairde Sligo Arts Festival’s fifth annual open submission exhibition, Cairde Visual, is now accepting submissions from visual artists. The submission forms are available at front of house at The Model or can be downloaded here. Submissions will be accepted up to Sunday June 10th. Cairde Visual will take place at
Fun for children and families at The Model this Spring
We are thrilled to release details of our Spring education programme at The Model. The Sligo Children’s Book Festival will take place throughout the month of March. Highlights at The Model include Monkeyshine Theatre’s The Magic Bookshop, an original Zine exhibition of the Cranmore Youth City, and pop-up secret screenings