A Name Unmade: Francis Ledwidge (1887 - 1917) Exhibition


Nerve Centre
7-8 Magazine Street
BT48 6HJ

On the centenary of his death, A Name Unmade: Francis Ledwidge (1887–1917) is an exhibition of new and recent work by contemporary visual artists presented in response to the life and work of the Meath poet, naturalist, activist, nationalist, and soldier.

The location of the exhibition in Buildings Eighty81 has particular resonance. Ledwidge was stationed at Ebrington Army Barracks in 1916 and wrote a number of poems about the events of the Easter Rising during his time in Derry~Londonderry.

Featuring work by artists Patricia Burns, David Farrell, Clare Langan, Mick O'Dea, Niamh O'Malley and Sasha Sykes.

Sat 08 Jul 7:00pm to Sun 01 Oct 12:00pm

Opening times: Tues - Sat, 10am - 5pm & Sun, 12 - 6pm