The Model, Sligo, is set to re-open on Thursday 23 July. Adapting to the current situation due to Covid-19, the arts centre will open its award-winning building, galleries and cafe while maintaining appropriate social distancing guidelines and Covid-19 prevention protocols. The last few months have been a profoundly difficult time
The Model’s Inside Out online digital programme for kids has lit a fire of creativity in many of our young budding artists.
Freya Whitney in Leitrim tells us what she has got up to during lockdown.Her story and artwork reveal the hidden landscape and magic that can be found in the hills and woods of Lovely Leitrim. ‘I was happy to make this artwork of “the view from my window” it was
Inside Out continues with Forensic Oceanography, Rosie O’Reilly, Michael McLoughlin, and a unique intergenerational family project
The Model: Inside Out continues through May, with projects by artists Rosie O’Reilly, Clodagh Emoe, Lorenzo Pezzani, and Michael McLoughlin. We are delighted to share The Niland Collection: Inside Out on social media; our new archive The Model Talks; as well as a host of fun and colourful activities to keep children and families entertained and enlightened during
Sligo is one of seven locations to participate in national virtual cinema initiative curated by Access Cinema. Like many local and national arts and culture organisations, Sligo Film Society had to postpone its activities in March due to COVID-19. Since then Sligo Film Society had been actively exploring ways to
The Model Inside Out continues with The Sea Around Us online catalogue, Zoom talks, illustrated essays, and more.
We hope that you are all staying safe and well during this difficult time. As you know The Model building remains closed to the public. However, our creative engine continues to turnover behind the scenes and The Model: Inside Out is updated with exciting programming for Children & Families, as well as
Dear friends and audiences, Since our building closed to the public, our team has been busy preparing an exciting and colourful new online programme, The Model: Inside Out, where people of all ages can learn more about art and artists from their homes. As part of this initiative, we will