Olivier Cornet Gallery

3 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1, Ireland


087 288 7261

Tues to Friday: 11am - 6pm (8pm on Thurs)
Sat & Sun: 12 noon - 5pm

Explore & Engage. Enjoy your time with us, the art and the artists...

If you are a curious traveller (or traveler) and you have a mind for art, if you love stories, if you are looking for offbeat or unusual art-related things to do in Dublin, maybe a cultural or a guided tour with a difference, non-touristy experiential events away from the crowds, you have come to the right place.

Often described as a little gem hidden within the Irish capital, the Olivier Cornet Gallery offers a number of bespoke education and cultural services to the public and to private / corporate groups. These services include art classes, art-based workshops and story telling events as well as French language gallery tours. Whether you enjoy drawing with your pencils or with your mind, we have something for you.

'Once Upon a Time in an Art Gallery': A collaboration between gallerist / curator Olivier Cornet and art historian / story teller Jean Ryan (launch of this unique and bespoke art experience in February/March 2018 - watch this space)

'Weed and Wonderful': An exploration of Irish undergrowth with botanical portraitist and gallery artist Yanny Petters.

This course looks at wild plants and their relationship and history with humans. With a choice of either five or ten sessions, students will learn how to draw, design and animate the plants around them, whilst also discovering the scientific qualities behind each one.

'French Gallery Tours':

The gallery always welcomes group tours and discussions. With his French heritage and background (he is a linguist and translator by training and has worked in tourism), Olivier is eager to facilitate French language tours of the gallery and its current exhibitions.

Contact us at info@oliviercornetgallery.com for more details.

Vacancies & internship positions

There are no full-time vacancies at the gallery at the moment, but we are always looking for volunteers and Erasmus+ students.

No gallery experience is necessary but candidates must have an interest in visual arts (preferably currently studying for a degree in art history or administration), a very good command of the English language, basic computer skills and the ability to work on their own initiative. They must have their own laptop that they can work from during the day. Photographic skills are a plus along with knowledge of social media and Photoshop.

Explore & Engage
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