The Yeats Society and The Yeats International Summer School The Yeats Society and The Yeats International Summer School

What's on at the Hyde Bridge Gallery


The Hyde Bridge Gallery

Mission Statement

The Hyde Bridge Gallery is administered by The Yeats Society, Sligo.

The gallery aims to encourage all artistic endeavours within the local, national and international community while maintaining a focus on community. It provides space for the exhibition of contemporary art, and facilitates a forum for artists within a historic space.

Located by Hyde Bridge on the Garavogue River, The Hyde Bridge Gallery is housed on the second floor of the Yeats Memorial Building.

Also worth visiting here are the Yeats Photographic Exhibition and the library which provides reading and learning space for students who wish to consult its unique collection of books, and to listen to and view the DVD collection of lectures given at Yeats Summer Schools over more than 55 years.

Current exhibition:

Fall Of The Dew

June 13th –June 27th


Opening June 12th 5pm

Hyde Bridge Gallery

Sligo Arts Service, Sligo County Council in association with LilyLolly Craftfest and the Hyde Bridge Gallery invite you to ‘Fall of the Dew’ A group Exhibition of artwork by visual artists & craft practitioners in the Northwest.The work is inspired by Susan and Elizabeth Yeats.

Photographs of the exhibition can be seen on Face Book here:

Fall Of The Dew Exhibition

Primary Colours

June 14th - June 27th

Mixed Media Children’s Exhibition


Hyde Bridge Gallery, Second Floor Gallery,Yeats Society Building
June 13th –June 27th
Opening June 12th 5pm
Primary Colours is an exciting children’s arts education programme developed around the primary school visual arts curriculum. The programme is delivered by a panel of practicing artists on behalf of Sligo Arts Service, Sligo County Council.
Over 250 National School Children will have artworks inspired by the Yeats Sisters on exhibition.

Photographs of the exhibtion can be seen on FaceBook here:

Primary Colours Exhibition