Visual Arts

The Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre presents exhibitions in its main gallery and foyer spaces throughout the year.

Exhibitions in all types of media are considered by a Panel and there are annual calls for exhibition submissions.

Interested artists can take a 360 degree tour of our venue here where you can view the gallery and foyer exhibition spaces in all their glory.


  • Armagh Art Club Annual Exhibition

    Armagh Art Club Annual Exhibition

    Armagh Art Club

    Exhibition Runs 20 Feb 2015 until 21 Mar 2015

    Armagh Art Club was formed in 1962 by enthusiasts attending an evening class in Armagh Technical College.

  • There Is No Single Answer

    There Is No Single Answer

    Anne Davey Orr

    Exhibition Runs 20 Feb 2015 until 21 Mar 2015

    The single most threatening thing that humans have to face in the next 100 years is climate change, according to Professor R. G. Prinn of MIT. Will the landscapes we take for granted today any longer exist? In ‘There is No Single Answer’ Anne Davey Orr, through painting and drawing, focuses on climate change and its effect on landscape and re-images an ‘ideal’ landscape of the French artist Corot.

  • A Curiosity

    A Curiosity

    Joe Mullan

    Exhibition Runs 27 Mar 2015 until 9 May 2015

    Joe studied at the University of Ulster and finished with a BA Hons in fine applied art painting, Since graduating he has exhibited across Ireland and abroad.

  • The Home Place

    The Home Place

    Sharon Donnelly

    Exhibition Runs 15 May 2015 until 27 Jun 2015

    Fine Artist Sharon Donnelly, along with her Wood Turner husband, Padraig Carragher, work out of their studio at Crieve Crafts in Mullaghbawn. Inspired by the majestic backdrop of Slieve Gullion combined with the beautiful scenery of the mythical Ring of Gullion, Sharon’s work reflects life in her native South Armagh.

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    Kate Arslanian [Harvey]

    Exhibition Runs 26 Jun 2015 until 18 Jul 2015

    Kate Arslanian [Harvey], a native Crossmaglen artist, was raised in the townland of Drummuckavall outside Crossmaglen though she has been living between France and Ireland for just over 35 years. It is in Paris where she spends most of her time painting and visiting some of the world’s greatest museums. Though Kate has been living abroad, her Irish roots are her true inspiration coming from the unparalleled beauty found from the rolling hills and hidden lakes.

Interested In Exhibiting?

The Market Place Theatre makes annual calls for exhibition submissions. If you would like to be considered simply fill in your details and we will be in touch