Please drop by and join us in the atrium to get creative on your visit to the gallery! For this Art Cart, artist Sheila McCarron will demonstrate how to make a felt cherry blossom and tangerine Lunar New Year wreath.
Sunday, 1 - 5pm
Please drop by and join us in the atrium to get creative on your visit to the gallery!
Cherry blossoms and tangerines are traditional symbols during Chinese New Year. Blossoms symbolise new beginnings, and tangerines are for luck and prosperity.
In addition, you can take inspiration from colours, design and experimentation at the core of In and of Itself: Abstraction in the Age of Images and make your own unique Chinese lantern that you can light up at home!
The Art Cart is a free, drop in and out, service. Please remember that parents/guardians must stay with children at all times.
29 Jan, 2023
1 - 5pm
We look forward to welcoming you at the RHA.
In line with Covid-19 safety protocols, visitors will be asked to wear a mask.
The Royal Hibernian Academy is located in the city centre of Dublin, adjacent to the National Gallery of Ireland and National Museum of Ireland and within close proximity to a wide variety of public transport services, such as Dublin Bus (Routes: 39A, 46A and 145) and Dart (Pearse Dart Station).
There is plenty of parking available in the neighbourhood and the RHA is fully wheelchair accessible.
Margadh RHA is a speciality food and wine outlet from the people behind Margadh Howth, Mamó Restaurant, Elm Epicurean and Barrow Market. The wine bar serves morning fare, lunch, hampers and gifts.