About Education & Research

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We are delighted to be gradually resuming our in-person programmes for all ages as well as offering a blend of online programmes. Details of upcoming programmes can be found here and is continually being added to.

We hope you continue to enjoy our  online art digital art activities for children which can be found here as well as art education resources for students here We are also continuing our series of  newly created talks and imaginative art activities that can be viewed on the Gallery's youtube channel and suggestions for reading, listening, watching and more as part of our Artists Takeover series here

Listen to our artists podcasts here

Our city-wide programme with primary schools has now resumed in person.  Find out more about this exciting and innovative programme here

Watch our virtual tour for young people

Read our TY Blog and see the amazing work made here

See the imaginative and varied suggestions for reading, listening, looking and more as part of our Artists Takeover series here

The Hugh Lane Gallery’s connectivity with our communities is enhanced through our learning programmes. Children and adults are offered opportunities for understanding and contributing to the artistic life that surrounds them by engaging in imaginative ways through our programmes with artworks in the collection, exhibitions and visual art practice, as well as exploring their own creative potential in our dedicated education studio space. The Hugh Lane Gallery is committed to providing dynamic, innovative and engaging programmes of education that include a multiplicity of programmes for people of all ages and interests. These include study days, adult drawing, painting, printing, sculpture, film-making, mixed media classes and portfolio preparation classes, film screenings, Coffee Conversations, Culture Clubs and artist-led workshops for children, youth and families. The Gallery also programmes guided tours of the collection and exhibitions, Wonder Club Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) discussions, public lectures and art history series, as well as schools and community programmes. Practising artists and art historians are at the centre of our education programming bringing flair, creativity and imagination to everything we do.

Why not explore our Education and Kids Club pages for more details on all of our programmes.