Too Many Dinner Parties



Opening times:

Wed, Thurs, Fri 12- 6pm
Sat & Sun 11-6pm


The Shed, The Middle Pier, Galway                                                                                                                                                   126,Artist-run Gallery, Flood Street, Galway

Too Many Dinner Parties is a series of exhibitions and events involving three curatorial projects by PS² (Belfast), Economic Thought Projects (Galway) and Paul Hallahan (formely SOMA Contemporary, Waterford). These events and exhibitions take place over Summer and Autumn 2013 in The Shed, 126 Artist-led Gallery and various locations in Galway City. The work produced in this exhibition focuses specifically on participatory art and collaborative engagements. Engage studio members, national artists, disparate groups and people from different cities and communities were invited to respond to one-of-a-kind curatorial programme. Too Many Dinner Parties is an Engage Studios Project that has been generously funded by The Arts Council of Ireland through the Visual Art Project Award and is coordinated by Engage Studio members Shelly McDonnell, Carol Anne Connolly and Vicky Smith. It is is kindly facilitated by The Galway Harbour Company and Adapt Galway. Adapt Galway is a coalition of visual arts organizations working together to create a united vision for the arts in Galway.

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