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29 Nov 2021

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Roy Stevenson, Eva O'Hare, Lucy Bowen, Hollie Leddy Flood, Lisa McPhillips, Kevin CroninPhoto by Shelley Corcoran
For two weeks, students from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) will take up residency in Clondra, Co Longford.

For two weeks, students from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) will take up residency in Clondra, Co Longford.

The students are living and working in Clondra, before opening exhibitions on Saturday, July 13 at 4pm and Sunday, July 14 from 2-4pm. Located in adapted spaces throughout Clondra, including the old school house, the new school, the community space (formerly Croughan’s pub) and a residential building along the harbour, all exhibitions will feature pieces created by the artists during their stay in Clondra.

The project entitled The 46th Lock is supported by Clondra Community Association, LCRL rural development programme and the local community .

For more information, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/thefourty.sixthlock or follow them on Twitter on twitter.com/The46thlock .

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