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Crawford Art Gallery announces major summer exhibition Meat and Potatoes. 

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Eye-catching, thought-provoking and mouth-watering in equal measure, Meat and Potatoes Crawford Art Gallery’s newest exhibition opens across two floors this summer.  Bringing together works by historic and contemporary artists with food as

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Crawford Art Gallery announces major donation of art from The Port of Cork

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A major donation of unique maritime artworks has been gifted to Crawford Art Gallery by The Port of Cork Company. The significant collection amassed over years consists of 17 maritime

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Art meets science at Crawford Art Gallery with The School of Looking

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An expansive new exhibition will be visiting Cork‘s Crawford Art Gallery this year. Invisible Light is a collection of exciting artworks which explore the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Curious questions are posed

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New artworks will be added to the National Collection

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422 artworks by 70 artists will be added to the National Collection thanks to the €1m fund provided to the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) and the Crawford Art

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Meet Tom Fouhy the Irish Farmer Growing Lentils in North Cork

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Puy lentils are often associated with warmer climates like those of Puy-en-Velay in South West France, but North Cork arable farmer Tom Fouhy has just harvested three tonnes of the

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Odysseys: An exhibition celebrating the centenary of James Joyce’s Ulysses

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ODYSSEYS is an exhibition celebrating the centenary of James Joyce’s famed Ulysses, and his overlooked connections to Cork is currently on at Crawford Art Gallery. What many people do not

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The Port of Cork Collection

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This significant collection consists of 17 maritime paintings, a ship’s register (1912) from The Cork Harbour Commissioners referencing both the Titanic and Lusitania, an illuminated address to Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891), and a

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