On Saturday 27th November Temple Bar Gallery & Studios are having their annual open day:
"The artists’ studios at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios are usually for private use by the artists’ membership who occupy the studios daily for varying periods of time. Artists vary from the emerging, young artists in Project Studios to established and mid-career artists in the Membership Studios. Almost all of the thirty artists will open their doors to the visiting public and will demonstrate through their work and dialogue the breadth of ideas, media and materials that make-up contemporary visual art. Visitors can expect to learn lots about installation and new media work as well as painting and sculpture."
The open day runs from 2 pm to 6 pm.
At 3 pm there's a panel discussion on Intellectual Property rights, featuring Jim Carroll (Journalist for the Irish Times), Conor McGarrigle (Internet Artist and Gradcam researcher), and Keith Donald (Chairman of the Irish Music Rights Organisation).
No booking is necessary and these events are free.