Call for Submissions

The Courthouse Gallery in Ennistymon, Co. Clare is seeking submissions for their exhibition program in 2017 and 2018.

The Courthouse Gallery features a main art gallery and a smaller Red Couch Space.

We are interested in exhibiting a wide range of visual art, including collaborations and multi-media projects for exhibition in both our gallery spaces.

We are interested to hear from emerging and professional artists  based locally and nationwide.

Deadline for submission: Monday 29th February 2016

If you are interested in applying, please post your submission, including:

1. Artist’s CV
2. Brief artist’s statement,
3. Description of proposed show,
4. 8-10 JPEG images and/or MPG file on CD

We regret materials can’t be returned to you.

Please note we will not accept online submissions.

Please send submissions to:
Trudi van der Elsen – Curator,
The Courthouse Gallery,
Parliament Street,
Co. Clare.

For more information and/or a floor plan please contact:
E: info@thecourthousegallery.com

W: thecourthousegallery.com

T: 065-7071630


TRASNA V & Clare Notebooks

 Thursday, January 7th will be the last day of TRASNA V & Clare Notebooks. All works may be collected during working hours after January 7th. Hours as follows: Tues.- Friday. 12-4. Posted work shall be returned within 2 weeks and cheque payments will be sent out as soon as possible. We would like to sincerely thank all the artists who participated in this year’s shows and look forward to TRASNA 6 in 2016!!


Two new exhibitions opening on Friday 15th January at 8 pm.

‘Persona’ – New paintings by Nuala O’Sullivan in the main gallery & ‘Down through my window and over the hill’ – New paintings by Brid Harhen in the red couch space. For more information please visit:



The Courthouse Gallery, which is part of the Courthouse Studios and Gallery, is a centre of artistic excellence and an integral part of Ennistymon and North Clare life.The gallery is an exhibition and cultural events space, run to the highest professional standards, serving the local and wider communities with art exhibitions, performances, music and community cultural events including workshops.The Courthouse Gallery seeks to attract local and national audiences by exhibiting work of the highest standard by local national and international artists, mainly focusing on emerging artists.To be open to all: inclusive in its aims, programming, practice and audience, is the ethos of the Courthouse Gallery.