Photo Walk
4—6pm Fri 15 July
11am—12pm Sat 16 July

The Printworks
Dublin Castle,
Dame Street, Dublin 2

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Inspirational Arts


Photo Walk

PhotoIreland Festival 2022 is hosting a Professional Weekend programmed in support of artists and with the participation of a number of national and international guests. One of the public elements of the programme is the Photo Walks.

The Photo Walks provide an open and accessible way for artists to show their work not only to visiting professionals and peers, but also to the the public, allowing for direct engagement. This is a unique opportunity for audience members to not only view works but to directly meet and engage with the artists.

Participating artists are invited to present their portfolios, whether in printed or digital format, and hold conversations with interested audiences. Everyone is welcome.


Friday Schedule: 4—6pm Fri 15 July
Aidan Kelly, Ailbhe Greaney, Aisling Keavey, Ala Buisir, Alisha Doody, Amy O’Riordan, Audrey Gillespie, Austin Hearne, Basil Al-Rawi, Becks Butler, Bernadette Keating, Chad Alexander, Clare Gallagher, Daragh Soden, Emma Campbell, Emma O’Brien, Ethna Rose O’Regan, Gary Byrne, Jamin Keogh, Jan McCullough, Jean Curran, Jeanette Lowe, Jialin Long, Kate Nolan, Kate Swift,  Mark McGuinness, Olamide Ojegbenro, Paul Gaffney, Pauline Rowan, Rachel Glass, Richard Gosnold, Shane Lynam, and Sinéad Curran.

Saturday Schedule: 11am—12pm Sat 16 July
Amy O’Riordan, Billy Woods, Bryony Dunne, Daniel Breen, David Copeland, David Killeen, David Monahan, Debbie Castro, Diego Fabro, Dorje de Burgh, Enda Burke, Fiona-Louise Ntidendereza, Gerry Blake, Helio Leon, Jill Quigley, Kety Duran, Mark Duffy, Martin Seeds, Myles Shelly, Niamh Barry, Ruby Wallis, Ryan Allen, Sarah Navan, Seán Hillen, Sibéal Riordan, Steven Nestor, Tessy Ehiguese, Thomas Hall, Vera Ryklova, Vukasin Nedeljkovic, and Zoe Hamill

There is no need to book for any of these events, just join in on time and enjoy discovering new practices.

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