An artwork by Marie Foley in The Body Electric exhibition

The Body Electric to be launched online

A unique online programme called The Body Electric will unfold throughout April and May on The Model’s digital platforms. Taking Walt Whitman’s iconic poetic celebration of the human being as its title and its point of departure, The Body Electric explores the human form, embodiment and the lived experience through key works in The Niland

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The Model’s Mid-Term Break Activities for Kids

Children! Ever thought about starting your own sketch book or learning how to collage? Well then look no further than The Model: Inside Out! We have lots of fun and colourful art activities to keep you busy this midterm! Beautiful drawings of Sligo landmarks by some of our finest young

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Featherheads & Dreamers; Winter Embers

Featherheads and Dreamers is a project developed some years ago at The Model Sligo to present a myriad of perspectives from the worlds of music, poetry, performance, literature, and visual art, combining established artists and emerging voices– a mini festival over the course of an evening. The title derives from

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An online programme for Christmas

We are delighted to present an online programme free of charge over the Christmas season. A selection of Sligo-based artists and performers will connect with audiences through a very special winter edition of Featherheads and Dreamers. At the same time we are excited to share the work of Sligo’s youngest artists, who helped us put together new creative activities

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The Model reopens 3rd December

Reopening with a new exhibition of Mokuhanga prints by members of Graphic Studio Dublin and invited artists, curated by Kate MacDonagh.  We are delighted to open our doors to the public once more from Thursday 3rd December. Locals who missed the chance to see Jack B Yeats; A Thought of Sligo

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Jack Butler Yeats Conservation Project

Check out the exciting new discoveries we have made through this conservation project, supported by the Heritage Council. Conservation work has begun at the Paper Conservation Studio Dublin and Conservation Letterfrack. Pat McBride, from Paper Conservation Studio in Dublin has already been in touch with the Model with an exciting

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