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Lúnasa Festival 2021 – Of Granite Art Exhibition by ROGHA

Lúnasa Festival 2021 – Of Granite Art Exhibition by ROGHA

Come along to the Ring of Gullion Lúnasa Festival 2021 and immerse yourself in the rich landscape, culture and heritage of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). This festival is part of the Mourne-Gullion-Strangford Aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark of events and is funded by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. To find a full list of events visit

Of Granite is an exhibition of new work by ROGHA, a collective of artists and craft makers living and working in south Armagh. Back after a brief hiatus, this exhibition will include an eclectic mix of media including ceramic, fine art, glass, mixed media, textiles and wood turning.
Of Granite will be available to view in August as part of August Craft Month and in conjunction with the Lunasa Festival.
Launch Evening Friday 13th August, 7-9pm.
ROGHAs exhibition ‘Of Granite’ is being held at the uniquely beautiful venue of Bluebell Lane Glamping. Here the visitor will not only immerse themselves in a first class arts exhibition of artists and makers from the South Armagh area but they will also feast their senses on a place that has magic and wonder at its natural heart.
 Visitors will have a guided tour by one of ROGHAs artists, giving you insights into each artists work.
Come along and meet the ROGHA artists and makers in this beautiful, inspiring location, find out about their processes and inspiration, a warm welcome awaits.
“…a people and place apart. We are borne of granite, we will endure…”
Check out the amazing leaflet below providing details of each of the artists and craft makers and their work.

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Event Details

Lúnasa Festival 2021 – Of Granite Art Exhibition by ROGHA takes place on August 13, 2021 until August 31, 2021.
It starts at 10:00am and ends at 4:00pm.

Event Location

The Round House, Bluebell Lane Glamping, Tullymacrieve, Mullaghbane.
The Round House is nestled at the bottom of Bluebell Lane and can be accessed on foot through a beautiful forest walk or alternatively visitors can gain access via car and a short leisurely walk to The Round House. When visitors arrive please follow signage to bring you to the space from the main communal area at the site entrance.
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