The Grass it is Green Exhibition
Artists Freda Young, Muriel Wray Allen and Orlagh Murphy dedicated their exhibition to the memory of Percy French
Cavan and Beyond by Keith Armstrong - Culture Night
Brush Strokes by Cootehill Painting Circle
Cootehill Painting Circle
'What We See' when we slow down - Exhibition
'What We See' when we slow down - Exhibition by Friends on Canvas 2017 Artists
Artists include:- Muriel Allen, Ann Brady, Rosie Cole, Andrea Connelly, Finola Keogh, Tom Gray, Joan Hannon, Mary Hunt, Cáit Masterson, Loreto McCormick, Lesley Mills, Eileen O'Connor, Patricia Sandell, Marie Sheridan, Anne Tolan, Denise Walsh and Jenni Wilson.
Official opening by Orlagh Murphy, Artist
Friday 1st September at 8 p.m.
'Human Nature' Exhibition
Featuring the work of artists Celia Richards, Amna Kiran, Marilyn Gaffney, Freda Young, Muriel Allen, Sean Cassidy, Marie Smith and Ann McDermot.
26th May 2017 - 28th August 2017
PROLOGUE - Art, Craft & Design Students, Cavan Institute
PROLOGUE - An Exhibition by the students for the Art, Craft & Design Class of 2017 - Cavan Institute
Opening on Thursday 27th April at 7 p.m.
'NAFASI - OPPORTUNITY - DEIS' Exhibition by Congolese Community of County Cavan
Fr. Browne WWI Photographic Exhibition
'The Place Where I am Now' Exhibition
By the Students from Art, Craft and Design and Furniture Design & Making Courses at Cavan Institute.
Exhibition running until 1st May 2016
Fr. Browne WWI Photographs
Connections by Imelda Bradley
Exhibition runs from 18th September - 2nd November 2015
Collection of Cavan Photographs
PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION BY TOM HUSSEY - OPENED 1ST MARCH 2015 - 20TH MARCH 2015
At Cavan County Museum our mission statement is simple; we say that on behalf of the public, through collection, conservation, and display, we will celebrate the heritage and culture of Cavan County and its environs.
The choice to include both 'heritage' and 'culture' in this statement was not merely an aesthetic one; these words were chosen because contained within them are bundles of ideas that have resounding meaning for the work we do.
A people's heritage could be said to be everything that has come before it that has helped to shape what it currently is. Its culture, though inclusive of this, has a more far-reaching meaning. A people's culture is inclusive of its past, its heritage and also its current beliefs, practices and institutions. In another sense 'culture' is a people's views about the world and of the world.
Artistic expression is an important way through which this can be shown.
The Eden Gallery is Cavan County Museum's way of engaging with this ever-changing, living expression of self and others. As our historical galleries show how we have been in the past, and how it is we have come to be as we are, The Eden Gallery shows how we express ourselves to ourselves and to others.