‘Divided Loyalties’ an exhibition by Mick O’Dea at glór

Celebrated Irish artist Mick O'Dea's highly anticipated exhibition, ‘Divided Loyalties’, will interest historians and art lovers alike, when it opens on Friday, 8th December,...

Top Clare Artists Go Undercover for Incognito 2023

Clare artists have once again illustrated their hearts of gold with 11 local artists taking part in Incognito 2023, Ireland’s most mysterious online art...

glór launch for book featuring Clare artists

A stunning new book profiling 31 leading artists from County Clare will be virtually launched by Catherine Martin TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media in Glór Theatre in Ennis on November 29.

Artists and stars step up for charity art sale

Sixteen people from Co. Clare are among the Who’s Who of Irish and international artists taking part in this year’s Incognito 2021 online art sale in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation. 

Clare artists donate artwork for urgent fundraiser

Responding to its funding crisis, and on foot of the 15 minute sell-out success of its art sale INCOGNITO, it's hoped that a second event will help to raise further much-needed funds for the services they provide for struggling families across Ireland.

Exhibition of Ennis artist’s work at glór

One of the most significant exhibitions of contemporary Irish art in recent years, Mick O’Dea Selects… will be launched in glór, Ennis on Friday 14th December.

Exhibition celebrates 100 years of Clare art

Mick O'Dea, President of the Royal Hibernian Academy, will be in glór next Friday (9 December 2016) to officially open an art exhibition featuring the works of artists who have had an important connection with County Clare during the past 100 years.

O’Dea loses out in bid for top art prize

Ennis artist Mick O’Dea has come up short in his bid to win the biggest award in Irish contemporary art, The Savills Arts Prize.

Ennis artist in bid for top art gong

Ennis artist Mick O’Dea will compete for the biggest prize in Irish contemporary art at Vue 2016 at the Royal Hibernian Association gallery from November 3-6.