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"Of what is past, or passing, or to come".

"Of what is past, or passing, or to come".

Greg Hallahan
Greg Hallahan , Andrew Barrett, Liam Kenny, Daniel Dunne.

Local Naas artists, Greg Hallahan and Andrew Barrett, are delighted to announce their National Heritage Week Art Exhibition titled 'Of what is past, or passing, or to come.'

The exhibition will be held in the Arts & Culture Centre, formerly known as the nuns Chapel of McAuley Place, Naas Co. Kildare. The Chapel itself was built in 1893 and has recently been restored to its former glory.

The artwork is focused on the structures and locations from many different chapters of Naas history and will showcase the local heritage throughout the years, while combining our two very different artistic styles.

Liam Kenny, local Naas historian, will also join us during the week to share his insights and vast knowledge on the local history of Naas.

This exhibition gives us the opportunity to invite the local community into this wonderfully atmospheric venue to celebrate the heritage of Naas town and the surrounding areas.

We are delighted to partner with Daniel Dunne, a professional videographer, who will capture the exhibition and use this medium to promote heritage week.

Please contact the event organisers (details below) for the latest information regarding COVID-19 safety measures and to register for this event

Event Details

  • 12pm August 14th - 5pm August 21st
  • Local Naas artists, Greg Hallahan and Andrew Barrett, are delighted to announce their National Heritage Week Art Exhibition titled 'Of what is past, or passing, or to come.' The exhibition will be held in the Arts & Culture Centre, AKA as the nuns Chapel of McAuley Place, Naas Co. Kildare. The Chapel itself was built in 1893 and has recently been restored to its former glory. The artwork is focused on the structures and locations from many different chapters of Naas history and will showcase the local heritage throughout the years, while combining two very different artistic styles. Liam Kenny, local historian, will join us during the week to share his vast knowledge on the local history of Naas. This exhibition gives us the opportunity to invite the local community into this wonderfully atmospheric venue to celebrate the heritage of Naas and surrounding areas. Exhibition will be closed on Sundays.

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