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Rhona Byrne

Bolthole

03 October - 10 January

Artist Rhona Byrne's hand-made objects, installations and collaborative, event‐based, projects explore the interactions between people and their habitat. Bolthole invites visitors to construct and reconstruct the installation to make their own environments. The spaces can be individual shelters/dens or a large configuration of pieces to make one large space. Participants construct and inhabit an ever-changing moving installation. 


Video: Rhona Byrne: Bolthole

Associated Events:

Families Workshop with artist Rhona Byrne

Sat 3rd October, 3pm, Free
Make a small space within a big place, create a shelter, make a dark space light and explore how the spaces you create make you feel.

Bolthole Workshops for schools can be arranged on request. Please contact Box Office for further information.

Architectural Walking Tour

Sat 17th October 11am from VISUAL, Free
An architectural walking tour of Carlow town with local architect Keith Graham and Bertie Watchorn from Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society, exploring Carlow’s build environment. Kindly supported by Carlow County Museum. After architecture talk by Jack Byrne and Seamus Bairéad

Places must be booked with Box office on 059 9172400.

This season has been kindly supported by ID2015 as partof the Year of Irish Design, and the Local Authority Arts Office.