History revisited in exhibit

Black and Tans posing by Mick O' Dea
THE Kevin Kavanagh Gallery is currently hosting Trouble in Ireland, 1919 -1921, a selection of works by Mick O’Dea from his two previous shows, Black and Tan (2010) and Trouble (2012) at Dunamaise Arts Centre.

THE Kevin Kavanagh Gallery is currently hosting Trouble in Ireland, 1919 -1921, a selection of works by Mick O’Dea from his two previous shows, Black and Tan (2010) and Trouble (2012) at Dunamaise Arts Centre.

A reception to celebrate the exhibition will take place at Dunamaise Gallery on Friday July 26 at 7pm. A talk by author and historian Mike Rafter, to co-incide with the exhibition and National Heritage Week, will also take place on August 22.

O’Dea is currently working on a new show Civil War (2014) and in January 2016, Patrick T. Murphy, Director of the RHA will present a major exhibition of O’Dea’s work to commemorate the turbulent events of 1916 at the RHA Gallagher Gallery in Dublin.

All are welcome to visit the gallery and Mick O’Dea’s exhibition which will continue until August 24.

For further information see www.dunamaise.ie or contact 057 86 63355.