Artists Invited To Display Work At ‘Art In The Park’ Later This Year

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Pictured in June of last year, Tralee Chamber Alliance President Aidan Kelly with the then Mayor of Tralee, Cllr Norma Foley and Arts Officer at Tralee Chamber Alliance Mary Greene and participating artists in the ‘Art In The Park’. Photo by Dermot Crean

ART in the Park is back again this spring and the organisers are looking for artists and art groups to display their work again.

In 2018 artworks were displayed on the external railings of the beautiful Tralee Town Park. This event organised by Tralee Chamber Alliance provided an opportunity for artists to display their artworks and give visitors to Tralee a chance to view and purchase artworks straight from the artist and learn about their work.

In 2019 art groups can join and display using several spaces, depending on the size of the group.  If you are a group and wish to display this way, please contact Mary Greene the Arts Officer at Tralee Chamber Alliance by emailing

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Art in the Park runs on specific months in summer and other seasonal events, the first of which is the Tralee Food Festival on Saturday, May 5.

These are the main events for 2019…

• May– Tralee Food Festival – Saturday 5th May 2019
• June – August – Every Saturday,
• June – Feile na mBliath at the Park Festival
• August – Rose of Tralee – 60th Anniversary in 2019
• September – Culture Night
• December – April 2020– Art in the Park – Off the Rails at Kerry County Museum

Check out the Art in the Park facebook page here for more details. To register all you need to do is complete the registration form (which you can download from the website), you can then return by post, hand it in or email the sign copy along with your payment or pick up a hardcopy from our office and return it to the Tralee Chamber Alliance Office at HQ 2 Tralee.

One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    It is so wonderful to have an outdoor exhibition like Art in the Park in Tralee.
    The artists of Kerry are quite talented, the local people and tourists loved seeing the show in the setting of one of the most prominent Georgian streets in Ireland!
    What an atmosphere – Truly epic, well worth the visit – looking forward to it 🙂