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Studio 20ten: Gallery & Workspace, a bright, new Visual Art Studio and Gallery in Waterford City opened recently. Located on Lombard Street opposite the well-known Soma Contemporary Gallery, this artist-led workspace has been developed by the 20ten art group.

Studio 20ten is a multi-purpose facility. It allows members to exhibit, with the gallery initially open four afternoons a week. The workspace enables the artists to develop larger projects, performance artwork and art installations.

A programme of workshops will be offered as part of the group's Education, Community and Outreach programme.

The collective continues to contribute to Waterford's cultural life through local Arts festivals and collaborates with other Arts venues and artists. While perusing their individual artwork the members pool resources to exhibit in a professional manner.

Gallery 20ten is open to the public
from 1 to 5pm from Wednesday to Saturday

Waterford City &* County Council LogoThe project is supported by Waterford City and County Council’s Arts Office.

Studio 20ten: Art Gallery & Workspace
18a Lombard Street, Waterford City

Winter Collection 2016

Open submisssion exhibition featuring work by local artists:
Wed 23rd Nov to 23rd Der 2016.


Will You Come With Me? Beata ZakrzewskaViewport

13 Oct - 19 Nov 2016

New work by 20ten and guests revealing broad vistas which may be partially obscured. A restricted outlook that narrows and focuses our experience of the world. Part of Imagine Festival | more info


Pat McArdlefusion

Sept - Oct 2016

'Fusion’ describes how the artists’ distinct individual styles coalesce into rich and varied exhibitions. more info ->


Roisin kinsellaSummer Collection

August 2016

2nd exhibition of 20ten member work.
Celebrating all things summery - and the freshly painted floor!


Culture Night - 16 Sept 2016


Inaugural: Retrospective Collection May-Jul, 2016



© 2012-2016 20ten | Christine O'Brien Shanahan | Conor Rush | Darragh Lyons | Kevin Connolly | Milia Tsaoussis-Maddock | Róisín Kinsella | exhibition archive

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