Opening Hours

“This place is great. We are so lucky to be able to come here. Always makes me think. Thank you."



We want the museum to tickle your art fancy and our educational activities aim to make great art accessible to all. We hope that you will find our exhibition and events programming interesting, whether your are a first-time gallery-goer, an art expert or somewhere in between.

We offer regular schools workshops, art and architecture tours, family events, and music performances.

You can find out more about our artistic programme by downloading our current brochure, or by following us on twitter @glucksman,, or just by dropping in to say hello!

To be in regular contact with what we offer at the GLUCKSMAN, sign up for our monthly newsletter. Here are just some of the special events and courses we have coming up in the season ahead.


Perspectives: Artists talks. FREE.
Artists expore themes and ideas from the current exhibition.

Ella de Búrca, artist
1pm, Thursday 4 May 2017

Gareth Kennedy, artist
1pm, Thursday 15 June 2017

Bob Crowley, theatre designer
in association with Cork Midsummer, June 2017, date and time tbc

In Detail: Looking closely at a work of art. FREE.
Academic experts consider artworks in relation to their own research.

Dr. Barbara Siller, Dept. of German, UCC. 1pm, Thursday 18 May 2017

Dr. Silvia Ross, Dept. of Italian, 1pm, Tuesday 23 May 2017.

Family Sundays. FREE.
Making art together.
3-4pm, Sundays 23 April - 2 July 2017. Find out more here.

Live concerts in the gallery during the academic term. Next series begins Spring 2017.
Organised in association with the Cork International Choral Festival and UCC Department of Music.
Find out more here.

Booking required. + 353 21 4901844 /

Creative Workshops: Seasonal workshops for schools and community groups. Find out more here.

Art Courses: To find out more about the adult and children's art courses on offer at the gallery, please contact us at or check out our eventbrite page.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Seasonal Brochure