For its 2019 summer exhibition, Crawford Art Gallery is delighted to present Seen, not Heard, offering a selection of works selected for their representations of children and childhood, from the 18th century right up to the present day. What does it mean to be a child in Ireland today? Ponder this question and many more at this playful and thought-provoking exhibition, which runs from June 28-October 28 2019.
And to accompany the exhibition, the Seen AND Heard Experimental Playspace will host a superb range of family-friendly events and activities throughout its run, from puppet-making on the moon to a season of children's film to a superhero takeover and much more! Suitable for babies, kids, teenagers and adults alike. See our website for more details.
Free entry! | All welcome! | Open daily
Pre-booking required for some events, see our website for full details.
Image: Michael Healy (1873-1941)
A Small Girl With Her Hands in Her Pockets
Collection of the National Gallery of Ireland
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