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ENGRAMS from GOMA studio artists 

Theatre Royal’s vestibule space is currently hosting ENGRAMS, an exhibition of works from Waterford’s GOMA studio artists, which is a response to their experience of isolation and resilience throughout the past two years of the pandemic. ENGRAMS is an expression of the crisis of one of the major social upheavals of our time and is an opportunity to reflect on our collective experience through the arts.

Participating artists: Ruth Flynn, Joseph Fogarty, Ben Hennessy, Anne McDonnell, Enda Moran, Christine O’Brien, Seamus O’Brien, Emer Powell, Una Walsh and Jena Wade.

 

The exhibition runs until Saturday, 27th August 2022. Admission is free and the Theatre Royal vestibule is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm, Saturday 12 noon to 4pm and on performance evenings at the theatre until 8pm.

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