United Arts Club Dublin a gathering place for artists and patrons of the arts

The United Arts Club Dublin is a meeting place for people interested in literature, music, painting, drama, film and good conversation.

The Club at 3 Upper Fitzwilliam Street in a beautiful historic house in the heart of Georgian Dublin is steeped in history.   It's founding members in 1907 included W.B Yeats, George 'AE' Russell, Lady Augusta Gregory and Countess Constance Markievicz, and was part of a great revival in literature and art in Ireland.    

The Club is affiliated with Arts Clubs in other countries and cities including:  Australia (Melbourne and Sydney); Canada , UK , USA (Washington, New York).

The United Arts Club will be the venue for an Exhibition of paintings by Mairead deBlaca on Thursday 1st October.   Some items from the deBlaca Jewellery collection will also be on display.

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