New ‘Bucket List’ Road Trip Created as UK & Ireland’s Answer to Route 66

An estimated 200,000 people travel from across America and the world every year to drive all or part of the iconic Route 66 (1) stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles.

The route has great historical and cultural significance, forming part of a ‘bucket list’ for many people, and ranked by Britons in the top 10 of ‘things to do before you die’

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To help people explore the UK & Ireland, Jurys Inns Hotels have created a new road trip to go onto the bucket list… introducing ‘Route 57’ – a drive across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland with 57 must-see destinations along the way, of similar mileage and drive-time to Route 66.

The route is made up of ten shorter road trips to allow people to do part or all of the route at their leisure, in any order, all at once or gradually.

Jurys Inn Hotels hope to see it turn into a bucket list item, boosting local tourism with people travelling from home and abroad for the drive, just like with Route 66.

See Route 57 at, complete with pictures and descriptions of all 57 destinations and a map at the end for journey planning.

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Wexford has Christmas Celebrations All Wrapped Up!!

Prepare to be enchanted and enthralled by the Wonderous Wexford Winterland, which sees Wexford celebrate 40 days of Christmas festivities in Wexford town.

Celebrations get underway on Saturday, November 28th as a magnificent Christmas Parade weaves its way through Wexford town starting from Selskar Square at 5pm. Santa’s Sleigh is Centre stage and the parade is led by the Bloco Gorman Samba Drummers, Mrs. Claus will be taking special care of Santa’s Post Box along with Santa’s Elves – so boys and girls, bring along your letters to post to Santa! Special guests this year will include Scrooge and Bosco. The Ice Maiden will be on her throne on stage with various choirs on the Quayside and will await Santa to arrive at 6pm to switch on the Christmas Lights.

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The Wexford Winterland festivities take place under a canopy of twinkling lights across Wexford town until January 10th 2015. Highlights include Ice Skating on the Quay, this is no ordinary ice rink as skaters will be cajoled by a spectacular lighting show and giant screens showing winter scenes, Christmas move snippets and Winter Olympic clips to inspire!

Christmas Outdoor Movies will be shown in the Bullring up until Christmas and new for 2015 is Santa’s Train, also running until Christmas. Little ones will enjoy a truly magical experience while listening to special Christmas stories from none other than Santa himself! Santa’s train will depart from the Bullring, travel down to Wexford Quay to see the Ice Rink, visit the Christmas Trees on the Quay and in Redmond Square, and finally back along the main street to see the festive lights and hear the Christmas music.

If it’s a traditional festive market your looking for, enjoy a joyous and festive atmosphere at the Bullring; the craft market will be a hive of activity with lots of entertainment promised. Set in the historic Bullring, the market will consist of decorated wooden cabins showcasing a diverse range of crafts produced by artists from Wexford’s craft trail. At Wexford Arts Centre the annual Christmas Craft fair will also host a variety of top quality crafters with a selection of wares on offer.

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Wexford County Council have announced free parking in all public car parks from 11am every Tuesday until Christmas, and every day from 10am from Saturday 19th until Christmas Eve.

Christmas Activities take place in various locations across Wexford; in New Ross ‘The New Ross Nollaig Festival’ promises to ensure that all visitors and Rossonians will enjoy an extra special Christmas this year. The special festival celebrations will include outdoor markets and a national carol singing competition and Santa is on duty at the Dunbrody Famine Ship.

In Rosslare on November 29th a wonderful festive market takes place at the Community and Sports centre from 10.30am to 4pm.

In Enniscorthy enjoy the opportunity to visit Santa at the enchanted Enniscorthy Castle until December 23rd. enjoy treats from Mrs. Claus Kitchen, a peep into Santa’s Bedroom and experience the magic of the elves magical toy machine brought from the North Pole.

A visit to a working farm can be a source of both fun and education for children and the Kia Ora Mini Farm is sure to offer an experience to live long in their memories. Situated on an open farm near Gorey, there’s a live crib, a selection of reindeer and an opportunity to meet Santa himself. Complimentary hot drinks and cake will help stave off the winter chill. Also in Gorey Santa’s Train sets off on a magical adventure from the Amber Springs Hotel from now until December 22nd.

Santa is a very busy man in Wexford, he is also ensconced at the magical Wells House where he, Mrs Claus and the elves will be on hand to entertain plus the outdoor christmas craft market will ensure that you have some unique stocking fillers. Santa is also setting up his grotto at the Irihs National Heritage Park where he will be joined by his elves in an cnchanted woodland on weekends until December 20th. Santa is also at Johnstown Castle over the weekends of December 12th and 13th and December 19th and 20. Santa at the Castle is a must for all the family offering visitors a rare opportunity to see inside Johnstown Castle and soak up the festive atmosphere in its grand surroundings. At Ballycross Apple Farm Santa will be in his house from December 6th.

For further details on Christmas in Wexford see

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Visit Wexford set to host a Tourism Networking Event and Workshop on Ireland’s Ancient East

Visit Wexford set to host a Tourism Networking Event and Workshop on Ireland’s Ancient East


A Wexford tourism industry event is to be hosted by Visit Wexford at County Hall, Carricklawn, Wexford on Tuesday, November 24th at 4.30pm. The event will offer an opportunity for the tourism industry in Wexford to network ahead of the 2016 season and to gain further knowledge on how to incorporate and make the most of the roll out of Ireland’s Ancient East.


The event is aimed at everyone involved in the tourism industry including retail, transport and food businesses in Wexford and key information on the planned activity and collaborative working will be rolled out at this Tourism Networking event. The experts from Sool Nua whom have worked with national and international tourism brands across Ireland and overseas will be onsite to discuss engaging and getting the most from working with Visit Wexford. They will also outline how best to incorporate the roll out of Ireland’s Ancient East into brands and more specifically how it can work for individual companies and organisations.


Details on how to create successful collaborative partnerships and how to work with collaborative partners will be outlined along with elevator pitching, preparing for FAM trips and media visits and best practice on cross-selling opportunities will all be discussed.


Commenting on the upcoming event Chair of Visit Wexford Bettie Marie Burger-Smit said, “We would like to encourage as many people as possible from all across Wexford to come along to this free event. It is a fantastic opportunity to gain lots of information on marketing best practice in tourism. It will also enable better planning for 2016 and the rollout of Ireland’s Ancient East of which we are a pinnacle. The event will offer all attendees a greater understanding and the tools necessary in order for the entire industry of Wexford to best work together for 2016.”


This event is free to attend and everyone involved in tourism right across county Wexford is invited to come along. There is also a limited number of free spaces at the venue for exhibitors on the afternoon, this space will be allocated on a first come first serve basis, if you or your business would like to host an exhibition space please email before 17th November. There will also be space made available for brochure display at the event.


To register your interest in attending this event please email


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Spooktacular Events on offers for Halloween all across Wexford

‘GORE’Y’ Halloween Festival & Spooktacular Events on offers for Halloween all across Wexford

Wexford is planning a ‘SPOOKTACULAR’ Halloween for locals and visitors alike this year, a ‘Gorey Festival’ will host a frightful trail of events, Ireland’s most haunted house, Loftus Hall is set to host the ultimate Halloween paranormal investigation lockdown plus a family friendly fright-filled tour, a ‘Fright at the Museum’ with it a spooky trail traverses around the 200 year old Johnstown Castle Estate, a ‘Dare to Scare’ Halloween Tour is on offer at Wells House and visitors to the Irish National Heritage Park will enjoy a gruesome look at some of history’s most horrible, horrifying happenings during their ‘Horrifying Histories’ event.

FREE TO USE IMAGE - Pictured in Gorey town helping to announce details of a very ÔGoreyÕ Halloween Festival are 'Woodland Creatures' Brody Cullen age 5 and Marc Doyle Sheehan age 4 - Festivities take place during the mid-term break all across Wexford for details see  Photograph Patrick Browne.

FREE TO USE IMAGE – Pictured in Gorey town helping to announce details of a very ÔGoreyÕ Halloween Festival are ‘Woodland Creatures’ Brody Cullen age 5 and Marc Doyle Sheehan age 4 – Festivities take place during the mid-term break all across Wexford for details see Photograph Patrick Browne.

Flying Witches, a street filled with Scarecrows, a Treasure Trail, Scary Storytelling sessions, Fancy Dress Parties, a Halloween drama on stage, the Amber Springs Hotel Halloween Train and lots more will see the wits of the brave and the not so brave tested in Gorey this Halloween as the town launches ‘Gorey Halloween’ a festival filled with a frightful variety of events. 

Launching the festival Amanda Byrne Gorey District Manager said, “We’re planning a very harrowing Halloween in Gorey this year, visitors can come along and enjoy a good old fashioned scare with all of the businesses in the town taking part, Gorey will be a colourful place this Halloween. Visitors and locals alike can also get involved, try out building their own Scarecrow, take a trip on the Halloween Train or join our Fancy Dress competition, there’s a scare level for all ages and wits.”

At Ireland’s Most Haunted House ‘Loftus Hall’ a very grown up scare experience is on offer with the ultimate Halloween paranormal investigation lockdown for over 18’s only and for the little ones a not so fearsome daytime family tour is on offer.

At Wells House take a step back in time and hear the stories that time would prefer to forget with the ‘Dare to Scare’ show through the grounds, woodland walks and 400 years old Wells House or join their Goulish Story Telling event and meet the Wells Witch for some ghoulish fun and terrifying tales of Halloween!  This story telling is aimed at younger children who want to experience the fun of Halloween.

At Johnstown Castle and the Irish Agricultural Museum visitors can take to the family friendly ‘Spooky Trail’ through the estates 200 year old grounds where along the way you will encounter some gruesome and scary-looking characters to make you jump and squirm, you will also meet Jim Screech with his ‘owls of darkness’ and other birds-of-prey offering the opportunity to learn about and be photographed with these magnificent creatures. Children will also have the opportunity to get into character with face painting and fun tattoos by the Oddsocks children’s entertainment team. 

At the Irish National Heritage Park a Horrifying Histories event will entertain any little monsters this Halloween. This is a gruesome look at some of history’s most horrible, horrifying and sometimes hilarious people and events. Organisers say, “This is a show for kids of all ages that revels in all the nasty things that our ancestors used to like to do to themselves and each other, visitors will learn of lots of stuff … most of which they probably never wanted to know of!”

Free To Use Image. Pictured at Gorey, Co. Wexford were Caoimhe O'Donohue and Doireann Doyle on Gorey Main Street looking forward to a GOREY Halloween. Picture: Patrick Browne.

Free To Use Image. Pictured at Gorey, Co. Wexford were Caoimhe O’Donohue and Doireann Doyle on Gorey Main Street looking forward to a GOREY Halloween. Picture: Patrick Browne.

Other Halloween highlights in Wexford include a Halloween Half Term Treasure Hunt at Kilmokea Gardens Fairy Village, Winston and Wizard and Pat the Pirate will visit the world’s oldest working lighthouse at the Hook Peninsula and Kia Ora Mini Farm will open the gates to a fantastic Spooky Farm experience. The farm will be decorated with lots of lights and spooky decorations, nothing too scary for the little ones! The Wicked Witch is on her way to Ballycross Apple farm , visitors can enjoy this seasons apples and juices and Pumpkins galore and if you dare a visit to the Witches Cottage.

Events take place before during and after the Halloween break, for details on Halloween in Wexford see www.visitwexford.

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Jack and John Butler Yeats Exhibition opens in Wexford

Jack and John Butler Yeats Exhibition opens in Wexford


A select collection of Jack and John Butler Yeats works from The Model, home of The Niland Collection has gone tour for the first time as works from two of Ireland’s major artists Jack B. Yeats and John B. Yeats opened at the Wexford Arts Centre on Saturday, October 17th at 4pm.

17/10/2015. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Opening of Yeats & Son - John and Jack Butler Yeats at Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford. Pictured are Opening of Yeats & Son - John and Jack Butler Yeats at Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford. Pictured are John, Anna-Rose and Bobby Pitt from Wexford. Picture: Patrick Browne

17/10/2015. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Opening of Yeats & Son – John and Jack Butler Yeats at Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford. Pictured are Opening of Yeats & Son – John and Jack Butler Yeats at Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford. Pictured are John, Anna-Rose and Bobby Pitt from Wexford. Picture: Patrick Browne


The ‘Yeats & Son – John and Jack Butler Yeats’ exhibition was officially opened by Emer McGarry, Deputy Director of Model Arts and Niland Gallery and will remain in situ until November 21st.


28 different works are included in this exhibition with fourteen pieces by Jack B. Yeats and fourteen pieces by John B. Yeats going on display. In 2011 The Model exhibited a different selections of works under the title Yeats & Son and the work of both Jack B. Yeats and John B. Yeats has not toured elsewhere in Ireland in the past. 


Commenting at the launch of the exhibition, Ms McGarry said, “The Model is delighted to partner with Wexford Arts Centre on this exhibition by both John and Jack Butler Yeats.  The Niland Collection is centred around the work of the Yeats Family and this show marks the first time that a joint exhibition by father and son has been presented outside of Sligo.  Through our ongoing Niland Collection Touring Programming, we are very pleased to be in a position to share Sligo’s rich cultural heritage with audiences around the country.”


The Niland Collection was named after Nora Niland, the County Librarian, who began collecting this critical body of work in the 1950’s. What began by Nora borrowing five works by Jack B. Yeats has since grown to include over 300 works of Irish art.


We are delighted to host this prestigious exhibition in association with Wexford County Council and in partnership with The Model Sligo.” added Elizabeth Whyte, Executive Director, Wexford Arts Centre.  

In the year when we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of William Butler Yeats, it is fitting that we should host an exhibit of renowned artworks by his inspiring father John B. Yeats and brother Jack B. Yeats. Alongside this exhibition, we will also host a literary event featuring the works of W.B. Yeats on Monday 26th October 2pm read by local writers and writers from the Yeats International Literary residency with our Coracle Europe partners in Sweden and Wales. The Wexford Fringe and Opera Festival is an opportune time for Wexford Arts Centre to showcase national art of excellence to our local, national and international visitors alike and encourage all to avail of this unique experience to visit and absorb the beauty of this stunning collection of artworks from the West while it resides with us temporarily in the South East during the most vibrant time to be in Wexford for an arts and culture experience.” 


John Butler Yeats is widely known as an Irish portrait artist, illustrator and the father of poet William Butler Yeats and renowned artist Jack B. Yeats.  Although he initially studied and practised law, he soon took up painting and studied at the Heatherley School of Fine Art, London. His sensitivity as a portrait artist and painter was greatly admired, and his portraits effectively convey the immediacy and personality of the sitter. This close attention to his subject is visible through his portraits of Jennie and Susan Mitchell, where Yeats’ portrayal of the women shares the same intimate quality found in sketches of his own family. Yeats was a popular painter of children, and as can be seen through sketches of his children, particularly his daughter Lily Yeats, his ability to represent personality and character ran against conventional stereotypes and troupes found in Victorian art of the time. Later in life, Yeats moved from Ireland to America where his exposure to modernist art in New York affected his later work. He remained there for the rest of his life until his death in 1922.


The strength and lasting appeal of Jack B. Yeats work lies in his intensely personal response to his subject matter. He began his career as an illustrator of broad sheets and journals, where he developed the style of bold and linear lines one can see in his works up to 1920. Yeats captured the essence of human nature, individuality, humour, sadness and grief. Many themes he sketched from life by observing people in their environments and surrounding landscapes. He is known as one of the most important Irish artists of his time. Although he was not actively political, he painted some of the most important scenes of Irish history. Over the next forty years his subdued palette and tonal contrasts evolved through his use of vibrant colour, technique and application to an iconic style. This emotive way of working eventually saw him move beyond the use of linear lines in his work, which still maintained strong and directional slashes from the palette knife. As time progressed, his work became ever more abstract, experimental and deeply expressive but still looked to life and humanity as his source and inspiration.


Yeats & Son – John and Jack Butler Yeats will run in the upper and lower galleries of Wexford Arts Centre from Saturday 17th October to Saturday 21st November 2015.


This Exhibition was brought to Wexford by Wexford County Council and Visit Wexford, and the Board of Wexford Arts Centre


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Halloween Spirit is Alive and Well in Wexford

Halloween Spirit is Alive and Well in Wexford

For many of us Halloween conjures up images of trick or treating, dressing in ghoulish costume, pumpkin carving or bobbing for apples!

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However, these contemporary Halloween activities are based on practices dating back to the darker origins of Halloween, or Samhain. Around 2,000 years ago in Celtic Ireland, Samhain was the division of the year between summer and winter. During Samhain, the divide between this world and other domains was at its thinnest which gave spirits greater opportunity to pass through to this world.

This week we take a look at what one of Ireland’s most haunted houses ‘Loftus Hall’ ,has on offer for Halloween. Next week we will bring you news of a Gorey Halloween Festival plus some fantastic events taking place at Wexford top attractions for Halloween

Nestled on the Hook Peninsula in Co. Wexford in barren and austere surroundings, Loftus Hall’s heritage dates back 665 years to 1350. It is now a magnet for tourists, historians, and paranormal enthusiasts, who continue to document evidence of frequent paranormal activity in the house. Highlighting some of this activity, Loftus Hall will feature on TV3 this Halloween, with a fascinating account of an Irish Ghost Hunters Investigation.

According to Aidan Quigley, Owner of Loftus Hall, Loftus Hall is a very special, but unpredictable, place to be during Samhain. “We observe strange phenomena in the house throughout the year, but at Halloween, the house often surprises us.”

“At Loftus Hall, there is no need for overstated gory props or effects. The house has a very twisted and tortured history, and so naturally speaks for itself. We have had reports from many ghost hunting groups and spectre seekers who recount rather unsettling results, such as significant temperature drops, particularly in the Chapel and Tapestry Room, and spikes in electro-magnetic fields, indicating an unseen energy source. Visitors to Loftus Hall continually experience and qualify these findings, and many encounter things that they can’t quite explain. ”

The Loftus Hall Samhain Tours open to the public from October 17th and visitors should expect some strange and inexplicable goings-on.

If you want to experience Samhain in an authentic haunted house, Loftus Hall Hall’oween tours commence from October 17th with a range of family tours each day, adult night tours on October 24th, 25th, 30th and 31st, and the ultimate Halloween Paranormal Investigation Lockdown on the 7th November.

To find out more about the Daily Halloween Tours, Adult Night tours, or the Loftus Hall Halloween Lockdown at Loftus Hall  call 051 397728 or see

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Irish Kite Surfing Championships set for Air Time at Hooked Kite Fest

Irish Kite Surfing Championships set for Air Time in Wexford


Duncannon Beach in County Wexford is home to the National Kite Surfing Championships, which will take place during Hooked Kite Fest this August 22 and 23.

Niall Roche Hooked Kite fest 

The 2015 Irish Kite Surfing Championship programme was launched on Duncannon Beach. The Irish Kite-surfing Association and Hooked Kite-surfing host the Championships and spectators can look forward to over 50 kite-surfers from all across Ireland compete in the men’s, women’s and junior (under 18’s) categories demonstrating their skills, airs and speed in a series of Course racing and Hang-time competitions over the weekend.


Round one of the competition has already taken place earlier this summer at Ballyholme Beach in County Down and there is still space for competitors to pre-register at The President and Vice-President of the IKSA will judge the Kite-Surfer skills during the competition.


According to organiser Kite Surfer Niall Roche says this years festival and competition is one not to be missed, “Duncannon Beach is a spot that never fails to deliver to action and excitement and this being the 6th year of Hooked Kitefest will be no exception. We are delighted to the large number of competitors already registered for this event and because the weather hasn’t been the best for sunbathing this summer it has been fantastic for Kite Surfing so everyone has been getting lots of practice sessions in; this is going to be a well fought competition with lots of thrills for competitors and spectators alike.


The Hooked Kite Fest also offers a host of free family fun and entertainment for landlubbers, including face painting, beach volleyball, kids power kite lessons, kids dance off, beach games, bungee trampoline, live music plus festival BBQ and beach party is also on offer.  For a full programme of see

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Wexford Street Performer and Buskers Competition

Wexford Street Performer and Buskers Competition

Wexford locals and visitors can enjoy listening to great Wexford talent on the Wexford Streets each Friday from Friday 7th to Friday 21st August at various locations each week.


The performances will take place between 6pm-8pm as part of a Visit Wexford initiative to attract and provide entertainment for visitors during the quiet time in town when shops and visitor centres close. The call out for performers supported by Wexford Arts Centre has helped discover some great emerging talent in Wexford town.

The line up will include: Friday 7th August at Bull Ring: The Wha, Megan Kate Doolan and The Gallivants.

Friday 14th August, Bloco Garman Samba Drum Band and Rachel Grace at Selskar Square

Friday 21st August, Shelly O’Grady on Harp, Ciara O Doherty and The Five Nines will perform outside Buglar Doyles, South Main Street.

All acts will also take part in a finale performance in The Bullring starting at 8pm with special guest judge Jackie Hayden, acclaimed music industry figure and author and former General Manager of Hot Press Magazine.

The winner of €500 will be based on votes by the public attending performances and the special judge’s vote. So come out and support Wexford talent and Wexford town. Nearby bars at locations The Undertakers, Buglar Doyles and Green Acres will have outdoor seating and provide refuge should the weather change.

For further information visit and and related Facebook pages featuring artist videos.


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‘Sand Angel’ World Record Attempt to be held at 29th annual Duncannon Sand Sculpting Festival

‘Sand Angel’ World Record Attempt to be held at 29th annual Duncannon Sand Sculpting Festival


Duncannon Beach in County Wexford is set to host the 29th annual Sand Sculpting Festival, which this year is taking place from August 7th to 9th this year. The festival will hold a World Record attempt as part of the 2015 festival.

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This fun packed family festival opens with a giant beach party on Friday night with a Beach Party filled with live music, Family Beach Games and Competitions followed by a DJ and a fireworks display to light up the night skies after dark.


Festivities commence again on Saturday morning when the professional sand sculpting exhibition will be unveiled on the beach, professional sculptors from ‘Duathain Dealbh’ meaning ‘fleeting sculpture’ will have created a village of Knights & Princesses.


Locals and visitors are invited to join in the world record attempt at 2pm on the beach in an attempt to create the most ‘Sand Angels’.


Following the world record attempt at 3pm the Barrack Street Band will entertain on the village Green and Family fun events will be on offer throughout the day, including Painting Wall, Bungee Trampoline, Water Zorbing, Tug O war, Human Fuzzball and Childrens bEACH Games. An exhibition Cricket Match and Mens Wrestling will also take place.


On Sunday, August 9th an Amateur Sand sculpting competition will take place with the winners receiving the David Brown Memorial and prizes for best sculptures. Sights of the festive season will come early as a 1 mile ‘Santa Dash’ will take place on the beach and live music, street theatre and comedy will take place. The festival will close with an amazing fire sculpture on Sunday evening. 


For further details on the festival see

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Europe’s largest ‘Art in the Open’ Festival commences in Wexford

Europe’s largest ‘Art in the Open’ Festival commences in Wexford


Many scenic vistas in the Southeast will be captured by some of the world’s finest ‘Plein Air’ artists this week as Europe’s largest outdoor painting festival Art in the Open opens today Monday, July 27th and runs for a full week until Monday, August 3rd.


A large number of high profile international artists have descended on County Wexford coming from thirteen countries including Australia, Canada, Norway, Sweden and of course the US, UK and Ireland to compete for up to €5,000 in awards.

FREE TO USE IMAGE. Art In The Open. Enjoying 'Art in the Open' is Artist Tom King at Carne Beach, Co Wexford - Europe’s largest Art in the Open Festival opens today Monday, July 27 and runs until Monday, August 3rd 2015 – Photograph Patrick Browne.

The Art in the Open festival is based on the concept that all work is created outdoors at a daily paint-out location.  Artists must register at each paint-out with a blank canvas which is stamped daily and over the next few hours must capture their own image of the beautiful surroundings.  Each artist can enter two paintings for the Gala Exhibition in the Old Library in Wellington Place, Wexford town centre on Sunday 2nd August at 3pm.


The public are encouraged to watch this creative process at any of the six paint-out locations, including the infamous Hook Head, the fishing village of Kilmore Quay, the historic Wells House near Gorey and the Viking town of Wexford or enjoy the Charity Quick Draw which  will take place at Wexford’s Bullring on Sunday 2nd August at 1pm. The public are welcome to join in this fun event for a €5 registration fee.  Proceeds will go to the Windmill Therapeutic Centre.


Other highlights of the festival includes a free lecture by Sinead Rice of the National Gallery of Ireland at the National Opera House on Bank Holiday Monday, August 3rd.  Several workshops and demonstrations take place throughout the week by well-known international artists, including Leon Holmes from Australia, Vincent Crotty from the USA, Antti Rautiola from Finland and Rachel Personett from the USA.

For further detail see

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