National Landscape Forum

25 May 2018

Ormston House will participate in the National Landscape Forum 2018 at the Killaloe Hotel, Kincora Harbour. This year’s focus will be on Ireland’s Waterways: “There are few locations on the [...]

Then & Now

Realising Utopia: 1968, Then & Now is day-long workshop focusing on the context and significance of the events of 1968, then and now, internationally and in Ireland. The workshop will explore [...]

Africa Day

24 May 2018

Africa Day will launch a week-long celebration of African culture and heritage in Limerick on Monday 21 May at City Hall. Ormston House is delighted to host a special African Drumming Circle with [...]

Platforms Project 2018

Ormston House has been selected to participate in Platforms Project 2018 from 17 to 20 May in Greece. Located at the Nikos Kessanlis Exhibition Hall in the Athens School of Fine Arts, the [...]

Vox Populi

On 25 May 2018, Ireland will vote to repeal or retain the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution. To mark this historic occasion, Ormston House and EVA International will host a special referendum [...]

Temporary Modular Ensemble

Léon McCarthy, Neil O’Connor, and Jürgen Simpson from the Digital Media and Arts Research Centre will form the Temporary Modular Ensemble for one night only at Ormston House on 10 May. Join [...]

Regular Lovers

Michael G. Kelly introduces a screening of Regular Lovers directed by Philippe Garrel for the final screening of the series Realising Utopia: Cinema & 68. In the film, a group of young [...]

NOT AT HOME

NOT AT HOME is a durational art campaign by Emma Fraser (Nine Crows) & Grace Dyas (THEATREclub) to make visible the experiences of women who travel abroad to access safe abortion services, to [...]

Limerick Cycling Campaign

The Limerick Cycling Campaign will hold its first public meeting in Ormston House on Tuesday 24 April. We want to get the public to voice their opinions on cycling in the city and to express any [...]