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Varnishing Day - 191st RHA Annual Exhibition

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RHA Gallery (Royal Hibernian Academy)

15 Ely Place

D02 A213 Dublin

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Varnishing Day - 191st RHA Annual Exhibition

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Varnishing Day - 191st RHA Annual Exhibition

Sunday, 26 September , 10am – 5.30pm (90 minute timeslots)

Join us for an exclusive preview of the 191st RHA Annual Exhibition, open to exhibiting artists and Friends of the RHA, ONLY, on Sunday 26 September.

Showcasing painting, sculpture, print, photography, drawing and architectural models by Academy Members, invited artists and through an open submission process, the 191st RHA Annual Exhibition offers an unparalleled opportunity for the first time buyer and discerning collector alike.

We invite you to book your free 90 minute visit and ask that you adhere to your chosen time on entry. There will be just 100 tickets available, for each time slot, allowing attendees to view the exhibition in a safe and comfortable environment.

Booking is essential for this event, with max 2 tickets per booking.

We ask that visitors book one visiting time ONLY, to allow the RHA to facilitate as many attendees as possible.

We will be implementing HSE/NSAI required protocols for the safety and comfort of all our visitors and staff and ask that you wear a mask during your visit. Thank you for your understanding on this matter. Your safety is our priority.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 191st RHA Annual Exhibition.

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About RHA:

The Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) is one of Ireland’s principal public art galleries, hosting world-class exhibitions of established and emerging Irish and international artists. Located just two minutes’ walk from St. Stephen’s Green admission to our exhibitions is always free and the galleries are open seven days a week.

 

The RHA holds a unique position in Irish culture as the oldest artist-led visual arts institution in the country; one where art is created, exhibited and debated. www.rhagallery.ie

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