HIGHLANES GALLERY - BOARD AND STAFF

Highlanes Gallery

Highlanes Gallery, an exciting new state-of-the-art facility aims to be one of Ireland's most important visual art spaces presenting a dynamic and diverse programme of temporary exhibitions and exhibitions drawn from the Drogheda Municipal Art Collection. The Collection dates from the middle of the eighteenth century and is housed at the former Franciscan Friary Church in St. Laurence Street in Drogheda.

Highlanes Gallery receives Funding from Drogheda Borough Council and Louth County Council and from the European Union's INTERREG IIA Programme facilitated by the East Border Region Committee in association with Banbridge District Council. It has also been funded by the European Union under the Programme for Peace and Reconciliation 2000-2004 (Peace ll) and part-financed by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan 2000-2006 and the International Fund for Ireland. It receives programme grant from the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaion.



Highlanes Gallery Staff:


Gallery Invigilators: D. Whealan, R. Preston, I Armstrong, A. Butt, D. McDonough Y. Byrne, J. McConnon


Board of Management

  • Sean Cotter 
  • Kieran Lawless
  • Alison Lyons
  • Kevin Mc Allister (Chairman)
  • Róisín McAuley
  • James Mc Kevitt
  • Sarah O'Hagan
  • Fr Ailbe Ó Murchú
  • Brona O'Reilly
  • Paul Smyth
  • Mary T. Daly

Board Members biographies:
 /uploads/documents/Bio BOM BOD (2).pdf

Audited Accounts 2015:
/uploads/documents/Highlanes Gallery Audit Accounts 31 Dec 2015.pdf


Highlanes Gallery is grateful for the support from FAS Community Employment Project through Drogheda Cultural Services.

 

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