Recent rebranding design for Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, home of the Drogheda Municipal Art Collection. Highlanes Gallery has a strong survey of Irish art from the early 20th Century, and has great depth in relation to the representation of the key women painters of the period, including Nano Reid, Bea Orpen, Evie Hone, Mary Swanzy, Nathaniel Hill, May Guinness and Sarah Purser among others. It has also a number of important 18th Century works, including two important views of Drogheda by the Italian artist, Gabriele Ricciardelli.
This year will mark a signifiant milestone for the TypeTrail and we are working on a book to commemorate each year. Updates to follow..
Voices of the Boyne is an all-female community choir based in Drogheda, Co. Louth. Set up by Louise Mahony in September 2018 and with Claire Grogan as musical director, the choir has an ethos of inclusivity and openness.
Source: Drogheda Independent by Hubert Murphy
The Augustinian Garden of Remembrance designed by landscape architect Aideen Morrissey is where people can sit and reflect on their lives or remember loved ones who have passed away. Inspiration for the Garden has grown out of the Augustinian community’s the association with organisations such as SOSAD, the National Roads Authority, and the Emergency Services through the annual Masses in memory of those who have been lost through suicide, road traffic accidents and other tragic circumstances.