Culture Night 2015

Come visit the NCAD Gallery exhibition, ∞ (Broken Mirrors) and meet Near FM who broadcast live on site at NCAD.

Friday, 18th September -

Please join us this evening at NCAD Gallery for Culture Night 2015, 1pm - 9pm

Visit the ∞ (Broken Mirrors) exhibition, featuring the work of Jonathan Mayhew and Lee Welch and many other events tonight at the National College of Art and Design.

We are pleased to welcome Dublin Community Radio presenting live coverage of Culture Night 2015 from NCAD, 4pm – 9pm. This year’s programme will be concentrating on the Liberties/Historic quarter and the broadcast will feature artists, musicians, writers and museum/gallery curators to showcase Culture Night 2015. In addition to live studio content there will be pre-recorded segments and live music. Also, on campus Our Farm present live music from Le Galaxie and Ájo Arkestra of Dublin AfroBeat Ensemble and more...

The Radio broadcast will be available on Near FM 90.3, Dublin South FM 93.9, Liffey Sound FM, Phoenix 92.5fm and Raidio Na Life 106.4fm.
You can also listen online @  #LOVEculture  #RevolvesAroundYou


∞ (Broken Mirrors)
A two person exhibition featuring artists Jonathan Mayhew and Lee Welch.

Curated by Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll and hosted by NCAD Gallery.

Exhibition 10th - 29th September 2015.

Image: Courtesy of the artists Jonathan Mayhew and Lee Welch, 2015

NCAD Gallery is delighted to present, ∞ (Broken Mirrors), a two-person exhibition, featuring the work of Jonathan Mayhew and Lee Welch that explores the concept and representation of the future in a contemporary context. Through the medium of print, sculpture and photography this show will speculate about both the potential of the future and its legacy. ∞ (Broken Mirrors) is guest curated by Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, co-editor of PVA (Paper Visual Art Journal), hosted by NCAD Gallery in collaboration with exhibition partners the Black Church Print Studio and PVA.

NCAD Gallery 100 Thomas Street, Dublin, D08 K521, Ireland.
Contact: Anne Kelly Programme Curator +353 (0)1 636 4390 |