Irish Patchwork Society National Exhibition

Exhibition & demonstration of Patchwork and Quilting on Saturday August 21st & Sunday August 22nd from 2 - 4 pm both days. The venue is a new OPW visitor centre in Ros Muc in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht that tells the story of Patrick Pearse, and brings visitors on a journey of discovery through the language, culture and landscape of this stunning part of south Connemara. Full disability access and toilets. Free entry. Venue enquiries Ph: 091 574292

A national exhibition of textile works, each 20"x20" on the themes of Landscape Language and Migration by members of the Irish Patchwork Society created for Galway 2020 and on show now for the first time. The works on show highlight the wide variety of techniques and materials used by contemporary quilters in exploring these themes.

As part of August Craft Month and Heritage week there will be live demonstrations of Patchwork and Quilting on Saturday Aug 21st and Sunday August 22nd from 2pm - 4pm both days


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14 to 29 August 2021


Ionad Cultúrtha an Phiarsaigh, Conamara Ros Muc, Co. na Gaillimhe / Co. Galway H91 DW 9A


The Exhibition will run for 2 weeks from August 14th until closing time August 29th

Opening Hours

Open 9.45am- 6pm each day (Last admission 5.15)

Further Information

Anne Marie Horan
091 574292 (Ionad an Phiarsigh)
[email protected]

Participatory aspect

30 people at any one time

Suitability for families

Suitable for families