Hambly & Hambly art exhibition programme opens at the Ardhowen   

6th December 2021

Chair, Ciara & Bryony 4

A new visual art area has opened at The Ardhowen, Enniskillen, showcasing a range of contemporary art.

Working in collaboration with Fermanagh based art gallery, Hambly & Hambly, the visual art area, located in the lower and upper foyers, will display a range of new work by contemporary artists over the next year.

The showcase will feature fifteen artists throughout the year who are represented by Hambly & Hambly.

The current installation, curated by Ciara Hambly, includes artwork by Brian Coulter from Fermanagh, Samantha Ellis Fox from Tyrone and Billy Moore from Roscommon and was officially launched by Chair of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Errol Thompson on Monday 6 December 2021.

Chair of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Errol Thompson said:

“Th new visual art area provides a wonderful public space for the display and viewing of new contemporary art from a range of artists throughout 2022.

The Council is committed to working with others to improve the district and the wellbeing of our residents. Collaborations such as this help to bring the arts to more people and make it more accessible, as well as enhancing the overall visitor experience to our arts and cultural venues such as The Ardhowen.”

Each installation will be in place for a number of months.

The current installation can be viewed at The Ardhowen during normal opening hours of Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.  Admission is free. The exhibition will also be available to view for those attending theatre performances or events.

For further information about arts and cultural events and activities organised by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council please visit Facebook @FermanaghOmaghArts or visit the arts and culture section of the Council website to sign up for the Arts ebulletin at www.fermanaghomagh.com/services/arts-and-culture