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This year marks the 21st anniversary of The Hermione Art Exhibition at Alexandra College.The exhibition was established to complement the Hermione Art Lecture which has taken place annually since 1896 following an endowment in memory of Hermione Fitzgerald, 5th Duchess of Leinster, a dedicated supporter of the arts and of the college.

The Hermione Art Exhibition is a key event in the college calendar and each year has featured work by some of Ireland’s finest emerging and established contemporary artists, including members of the Royal Hibernian Academy and Aosdána.

The exhibition runs from Tuesday 25th to Sunday 30th March (incl.) and will be preceeded by The Hermione Lecture delivered by Donald Teskey RHA, entitled ‘Donald Teskey – paintings, drawings and limited editions‘ on Monday 24th March in the College concourse.

The Lecture takes place on Monday 24th March at 7.30pm.

The Exhibition is open Tuesday 25th to Sunday 30th March

Tuesday to Friday 11am to 6pm.Saturday and Sunday 1pm to 5pm.

There will be many well known artists exhibiting at the show, profiles of which you can read here, including the late Patrick Scott and the Campbell Bruce.

The late Patrick Scott who we were privilaged to have attend last year with Jennifer Gott of the National Museum of Ireland who delivered the Hermoine Lecture in 2013 on Eileen Gray.