Ormston House will close for the holidays on 10 December 2022 and reopen on 11 January 2023. On behalf of the board and team at Ormston House, we thank you for your support and friendship throughout this past year.
We are grateful to the artists and contributors who shaped our Artistic Programme in 2022: Amanda Dunsmore, Angela Vaughan, Ann Blake, Ashling McGrory, Birgit Johnsen, boredomresearch, Breda Lynch, Cadhla Forde, Cailean Finn, Ceara Conway, Christopher Steenson, Cian Manning, Ciara Barker, Ciaran Power, Cory O’Callaghan, Dark Matter, Dr. Simon Thompson, Dylan Ryan, Eddie Bohan, El Reid-Buckley, Elena Bernal Donnellan, Emily Robards, Emma Langford, Eoin O’Dowd, Evan Kelly, Grace Wallis, Hannah O’Connell, Hanne Nielsen, Hehir & Noonan, Ian Lynch, Isa Hukka, Jamin Keogh, Jane Morrow, Joanne Ryan, John Logan, John T. Davis, Julia Skalska, Kerry Guinan, Laura Fitzgerald, Laura O’Loughlin, Lauren Wright, Lumen Street Theatre, mankyy, Mark Carberry, Mary Conroy, Maurice Reidy, Michelle Doyle, Mícheál Keating, Nathan O’Donnell, Oisín Ralph, Paddy Critchley, Paul McCarthy, Peter Curtin, Red Sun Alert, Richard Malone, Rudolf Samohejl, Samar Nezamabad, Seoidín O’Sullivan, Shardborne, Sharon Slater, Sian Costello, Sorcha McNamara, Sorcha O’Brien, Steve Maher, Tamara Eckhardt, Tamlyn Young, Tania Candiani, Third Island, Thérèse Tynan, Tooms, Trans Limerick Community, Unkindness Of Ravens, Vishnu Vardhani Rajan, We Come In Pieces, William Bock, William Keohane, and Zealot Cult.
The Artistic Programme was made possible through the generous support of the Arts Council of Ireland, Creative Europe, Creative Ireland, Culture Ireland, Frame Contemporary Art Finland, Limerick City & County Council, Limerick Arts Office, and our esteemed local and international partners.
We look forward to seeing you in the New Year!
Photo by Daniel Reche.