ITS ALL ABOUT BOOKS
An exhibition by visual artist Marie Hanlon
and an accompanying series of Thursday Talks
Friday 22nd February – Friday 15th March
Set in the wonderful contemporary glass architecture of the DCU Cregan Library, Marie Hanlon’s visual art installation is designed to set us thinking about our engagement with books. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition with essays by Colm Tóibín, Joanne Laws, Catherine Marshall and Patricia Flynn.
EXHIBITION OPENING: 22nd February 6pm
Please come along to the Cregan Library on DCU St. Patrick’s Campus for the opening night of this lovely exhibition on the evening of Friday February 22nd. You will be welcome! Let them know you are coming by registering here https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/its-all-about-books-an-exhibition-by-visual-artist-marie-hanlon-tickets-55186029901?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
THURSDAY TALKS: 28th February, 7th March, 14th March, 6-7pm
Three Thursday Talks are being scheduled to accompany and illuminate the exhibition, featuring a range of fascinating observations and viewpoints. The talks are FREE to attend, but you must book your place in advance https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/its-all-about-books-an-exhibition-by-visual-artist-marie-hanlon-tickets-55186029901?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Brought to you by GlasDrum and DCU Library. Supported by DUBLIN UNESCO City of Literature, DCU and Fingal County Council. Marie is a member of Aosdána, an affiliation of creative artists in Ireland.