Lismore Castle Arts 2020 programme postponed

In light of increasing concerns relating to COVID-19, and in order to protect our staff, artists and visitors, Lismore Castle Arts is postponing our Light and Language and Kaye Donachie exhibitions. We will also postpone our forthcoming events programme, and will contact bookers individually.

While the galleries are closed we will be developing our work on all digital channels, including a downloadable series of texts, making our Get Drawing learning booklet available by mail for our supporters to use on their own walks, adding to extensive install images of previous projects, interviews, films and much more. We encourage you to connect with us through Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and our website.

Lismore Castle Gardens continue to remain open for the moment and we will continue to monitor government advice about access to open spaces. We are operating increased measures for hygiene and social distancing, including closing our indoor café seating area, however we are able to provide take away tea and coffee in fully compostable cups.

We wish you the very best in these challenging times.

Lismore Castle Arts

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