Masterclasses & Workshops

5 Nov 2020 - 5 Nov 2020
Fee Application Deadline
€45 October 13, 2020

Rayne Booth will lead an online critique for 8 participants on 5 November, from 10am – 5pm.

This is an opportunity for artists to receive critical feedback in a constructive forum. The session will be held on Zoom. Artists will need a laptop and broadband to participate. Booth has wide experience as a founding member of Monster Truck Gallery, curator at TBGS and most recently has completed post graduate studies in drawing in Lisbon.

Rayne Booth is an artist and freelance visual art professional. She studied Painting at the National College of Art and Design, graduating in 2004 and in 2006 completed a Masters in Arts Management and Cultural Policy from University College Dublin

Throughout her career in Arts Management, she has worked to curate and produce ambitious projects including international exhibitions, artist-run spaces and feature-length artists films. She was Programme Curator at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios between 2011 and founder/Director of Dublin Gallery Weekend 2015 – 2017. Current freelance roles include Producer of TULCA’s 2020 programme, UnSelfing and project Co-Ordinator for Clancy Quay Professional Enterprise programme with the National College of Art and Design. She will also curate and produce a major country-wide tour of the work of Brazilian/Irish artistic duo Wagner / De Burca, upcoming in 2021. In January 2020 she curated an exhibition of their work at Galerias Municipais in Lisbon.

In 2018, Rayne moved to Lisbon to complete a Masters in Drawing at the Faculdade Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisboa. She is currently completing her thesis and final project. Her art is centered on the graphic novel format, writing and drawing long-form personal memoir narratives as well as working on other long-term daily drawing projects.


As part of the RHA School Access Programme, two free places on RHA School workshops, courses, life-drawing sessions and masterclasses will be offered. One to an artist currently enrolled at any of the third level art colleges in Ireland. The second free place will be offered to an artist of merit at any stage of their career. This additional free place has been made available through the generosity of an anonymous donor. The total number of free Access places available will be announced with each course, workshop or masterclass. Artists and art students who wish to be considered for these places should include a CV, three images of current practice and a cover letter providing a short statement indicating how they would benefit from attending any of the RHA School activities as part of their online application.

Queries about any of the RHA School classes, workshops or masterclasses should be forwarded to