As well as presenting a range of visual arts exhibitions in our gallery space, we also host events such as music, performance, poetry readings and dance. Outreach and education work is integral to our success, with one of our key objectives being to engage with a wide and varied range of audiences. Our studio is used for short term exhibitions & screenings, as well as for a variety of classes and workshops. It is also a rehearsal space for theatre, dance, music, and is available for meetings and seminars.
The Arts Centre would like to thank Tipperary County Council & Arts Council of Ireland for their ongoing support and funding.
South Tipperary Arts Centre is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee, registered in the Republic of Ireland. As such, we must observe and comply with the Companies Act of 2014 and the Charities Act of 2009. South Tipperary Arts Centre is committed to good governance and complies with all regulatory requirements and operates in accordance with its constitution. South Tipperary Arts Centre keeps detailed financial records, maintains strict financial controls and is transparent in its audited financial statements.
Loughlin Kealy (Chair) - Professor of Architecture at UCD and former Chair of the Irish Landmark Trust.
James Reilly (Secretary) - Practicing Solicitor who lives and works in Clonmel
Cllr Siobhan Ambrose – Former Mayor of Clonmel, Member of Tipperary Co. Council
Catherine Marshall - Art Historian, Curator and Critical Writer
Cllr. John Fitzgerald – Member of Tipperary Co. Council
Cliona Maher – Director, Clonmel Junction Arts Festival
Elizabeth Nallen - Managing Director, Hotel Minella, Clonmel
Marie Walsh - Lecturer at TUS, Clonmel Campus
Anne Deady - Retired Banker, Director of Clonmel Community Resource Centre
Ciara Connolly - Art Teacher, CTI, Clonmel
Sean Lynch - Visual Artist & C0-Director of Askeaton Contemporary Arts
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