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EVA International 2018 Events

14th April - 8th July 2018

EVA International 2018 Events

Artists Talks and Tours

Introductory Talk and conversation with Inti Guerrero, Matt Packer (Director/CEO, EVA) and Locky Morris (artist) 
Location: Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
Date: Friday 6 April  Time: 1pm

An in conversation with Inti Guerrero

Location: Ormston House   Date: Saturday 14 April  Time: 11am

Walking Tour of The 38th EVA International
Featuring in situ talks by artists, including Adrian Duncan, Malala Andrialvidrazana, John Rainey, Dan Rees, and Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien.

Location: Various EVA venues   Date: Saturday 14 April   Time: 12 noon

Tours are free but with limited capacity, booking in advance required. 


Tours of Arnacrusha Power Station

Location: Bus collection and return, outside St. Michael's Church, Barrington Street, Limerick


Wednesday 23 May, 1.50 pm BOOK -
Friday 15 June, 09.20 am BOOK -
Friday 29 June, 12.35 pm BOOK -

Tours are free but with limited capacity, booking in advance required.


Public Tour of The 38th EVA International
Featuring a guided exhibition walk through by a member of the EVA International team 
Date: Saturday 12th May   Time: 1 pm  

Venue: Limerick City Gallery of Art  (Pery Square, Limerick)

EVA Speaks at LSAD

EVA Speaks at LSAD will take place during April. The 38th EVA International Curator Inti Guerrero and artists Ian Wieczorek and Isabel Nolan will participate in a programme of public talks at Limerick School of Art and Design. 

Location: Limerick School of Art and Design, Clare Street. 
Inti Guerrero      9th April at 11 am  
Ian Wieczorek   23rd April at 1.30 pm 
Isabel Nolan      30th April at 1.30 pm

No booking required


Sustaining Your Artistic Practice

Presented by Bealtaine Festival in partnership with Limerick City Gallery of Art and EVA International and supported by Limerick City & County Council, this event will focus on the subtle, and often not so subtle, shifts artists make in their practice as their careers progress. Individual presentations by artists including Deirdre O’Mahony, Locky Morris, Austin McQuinn and Pauline Goggin will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by Marian Fitzgibbon where each artist has been asked to reflect on their careers through the lens of the progressions they’ve made to sustain their work. 

23 May 2018, 11am – 3.30pm at LCGA

The capacity for this event is limited, booking is essential,



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