GOMA Gallery of Modern Art, Thursday 8th July 2021 at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6.15pm & 7.30pm
‘The Poster Project’ is thrilled to launch an exhibition at GOMA, showcasing the works of over 20 artists championing the LGBTQ+ community, in response to incidents of homophobia in Waterford and Dublin.
Thursday 8th July 2021 at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6.15pm & 7.30pm.
To book a time slot please click on the relevant link below to secure a place.
- 3pm to book click link- https://tinyurl.com/Poster-3pm
- 4pm to book click link- https://tinyurl.com/4pmslotposterPP
- 5pm to book click link- https://tinyurl.com/5pmPosterP
- 6.15pm to book click link- https://tinyurl.com/615pmPosterP
- 7.30pm to book click link- https://tinyurl.com/730pmPosterP
The exhibition, which began as an open-call for artist and designers to submit a poster in support of the LGBTQ+ community, was then printed and pasted around the city in an act of queer solidarity.
We are excited to be teaming up with GOMA, a gallery in the heart of Waterford, to showcase these posters and to celebrate our community and to continue the project beyond the streets of Dublin and Waterford.
The project, which aims to spread joy and positivity through the art of poster-making, features work from artists such as Aoife Cusack, Daniel Mooney, Donal Talbot, Fatti Burke, Hayley Stuart, Jack Kirwa, Niamh Barry and many others.
Each poster design will be available to purchase, with a percentage of the profits donated to ‘Chill Out’ a local LGBTQ+ Youth Charity.
The exhibition will be open this Thursday, the 8th of July, with a reception provided by Beekon Batches.
GOMA Gallery of Modern Art, 6 Lombard Street, Waterford.
Phone – 0871961923