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    Ongoing Event - (Ends September 04 2012)

    Highlanes Gallery
    The title of the exhibition 7.42 refers to 7:42am, which was the moment in which it all changed for people in this area of Lapua. The moment frozen in time on the watch face of a survivor of ammunitions factory explosion where 40 women died. The date was April 13 1976. This was a tragedy which left an indelible mark on the area and one which greatly affected the artists. The Lapua Art Museum was built on the site where the factory once was. The work in the exhibition is largely made in response to this and explores themes of humanity and mortality. Last December 7:42 opened at Lapua Art Museum, and in March 2012, it was also on view at the Cable Factory, Helsinki and now is on show in Highlanes Gallery from 4 May - 4 September More

  • Weekly WicklowTrad Session - Every Wednesday Night This is a free event

    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 19 2012)

    Philip Healy's Bar
    Top class live traditional music session every Wednesday night at 9:30pm in Philip Healy's Bar, Wicklow Town, featuring the cream of traditional musicians from Wicklow, Dublin & Wexford. Runs all year round and always busy, so come early if you want a good seat! This is an open session and visiting musicians are welcome to join in. For details of guest musicians, go to Facebook/WicklowTrad or follow WicklowTrad on Twitter. More

  • Lunchtime Storytellers

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends July 12 2012)

    VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre
    Enjoy the flavour of local music, story and song at lunchtime with Carlow Storytellers Group and friends. Join the audience of the Carlow community, their neighbours and friends and bring the theatre into the community and bring the community into the theatre. You can join the company to perform your party piece this summer - so if you've a story to tell or a song to sing or would like to lunch with a difference - our lunchtime show is the place for you! Supported by the Arts Office, Carlow Local Authorities. More

  • Drawing Classes for Adults at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

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    12th May 2012 (Sat) - 7th Jul 2012 (Sat)

    Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane
    Drawing classes for adults coming to drawing for the first time, and for those with previous drawing experience. New Persepectives Through Drawing will see participants engage with modern and contemporary art through an experimental approach to drawing in a format which will both emphasise innovation and provide a technical basis for beginners. Life Drawing is for those with previous drawing experience. These classes explore drawing techniques entirely through life drawing from the clothed figure. Aspects of Drawing will explore traditional drawing techniques through experimental observation. These explorations will be manifested through life drawing from the clothed figure and through the artworks in the Gallery's collection. More

  • Josephsohn

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends September 30 2012)

    Lismore Castle Arts
    Lismore Castle Artis is delighted to present a solo show by Hans Josephsohn. Staged in collaboration with Hauser & Wirth and Kesselhaus Josephsohn, the exhibition features works dating from 1950 to 2011, specially selected for Lismore including pieces in the gallery and the historic Castle Gardens. The exhibition offers a rare opportunity to enjoy key works from an internationally important artist. More

  • Discover the Hill of Tara

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2014)

    Hill of Tara
    Be amazed! Experience Tara for yourself -- the stories and legends, rituals and monuments. Downloadable audio tour to take at your own pace, when you want. Family pack includes puzzles, colouring & things to do on the hill. More

  • eva International - After the Future

    Ongoing Event - (Ends August 12 2012)

    Limerick City Gallery of Art
    eva International (formerly ev+a) is an artist-centred biennial of visual art that works with acclaimed guest curators to present innovative exhibitions across the city of Limerick, Ireland. entitled "After the Future" eva 2012 is curated by Annie Fletcher who has selected over 40 Irish and international artist projects from over 2,000 proposals submitted from 76 countries. With LCGA as a starting point, the exhibition will take place in both gallery and non-gallery spaces across the city, with a complimentary programme of talks, workshops and events accompanies the exhibition. The artists chosen for eva International 2012 work in a host of mediums including film and video, sculpture, painting and installation and admission is FREE More

  • The Lavit Craft Collection This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends January 31 2015)

    Lavit Gallery
    There are plenty of original and unique gift ideas to be found at the Lavit Gallery that will suit all budgets. We stock are large selection of work by regular exhibitors and we are always delighted to introduce some newer names to the gallery as well. More

  • NU goldsmith This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2012)

    NU goldsmith
    Contemporary handmade jewellery.Silver worked with 18ct. yellow gold and set with beautiful gem stones. All work handmade by Niamh Utsch in her workshop on Green Street, Dingle, Co.Kerry. More

  • Revolutionary States: Home Rule and Modern Ireland This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends October 21 2012)

    Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane
    2012 is the centenary of the introduction of the third Home Rule Bill to the British Parliament. Although passed, Home Rule was never implemented due to the outbreak of World War I. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is marking this historic milestone with the exhibition, Revolutionary States: Home Rule and Modern Ireland, which explores the political and cultural context. The Gallery is uniquely placed to tell the visual story of this turbulent and complex period in Irish history. More

  • Visions Of Africa This is a free event

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    25th May 2012 (Fri) - 25th Jun 2012 (Mon) from 09:00 - 19:00

    Siamsa Tire Theatre and Arts Centre
    Visions of Africa is an annual photographic exhibition hosted jointly by KADE and ClubHeadBangBang. Each year we seek striking photographs that portray a positive image of Africa. More

  • Call For Submissions

    Ongoing Event - (Ends July 05 2012)

    Limerick Printmakers Studio and Gallery
    Limerick Printmakers Studio & Gallery Open Submission Print Show 2012 Submission date 25th May before 4pm. Exhibition opens Thursday 14th June at 8pm and runs until Thursday July 5th. Artists are invited to submit work to Limerick Printmakers Open Submission Print Show 2012. The Open Submission Print Show has been an annual event at Limerick Printmakers Studio & Gallery for the last eight years and has consistently attracted work from the best printmakers both nationally and internationally. Each year artists from around the world are asked to submit up to three works for the selection, all which have an element of printmaking in it. More

  • Marianne Keating to select Open Submission 2012 @ Limerick Printmakers Studio and Gallery

    Ongoing Event - (Ends July 05 2012)

    Limerick Printmakers Studio and Gallery
    Submission date 25th May before 4pm. Exhibition opens Thursday 14th June at 8pm and runs until Thursday July 5th. The Selector for 2012 has just been announced as London based artist Marianne Keating. Originally from Cork, Marianne graduated with a ba honors degree in fine art from limerick school of art and design in 2002 and is currently studying for a ma at the royal college of art, london. Since graduating she has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows through out Ireland and internationally including exhibitions in London, New York, Melbourne and Shanghai and participated in residences in New York, Berlin and Bristol. More

  • ArchitectureTours Ireland

    26th May 2012 (Sat) - 27th May 2012 (Sun)

    Architecture Tours Ireland
    Architecture Tours Ireland is a join enterprise between The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland and the Irish Architecture Foundation. More

  • The Hot House Big Band every Monday!

    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2014)

    Mercantile Hotel
    The Hot House Big Band is a full 17 piece big band, and plays a residency every Monday night in the Mercantile Hotel on Dame Street. Doors 9pm. Admission only €5. More

  • Traditional Classes for children and young people

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    29th May 2012 (Tue) - 26th Jun 2012 (Tue) from 16:00 - 19:30

    Roscommon Arts Centre
    Local musician and tutor John Wynne and has won All-Ireland titles at various grades on both flute and tin whistle. This season we introduce a brand new series of traditional and sean nós singing classes for children and young people with Pauline Hanly. More

  • Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2012)

    The Moth Studios
    The closing date for this competition for a single poem is 31 Decmeber 2012. First prize: €5,000 plus two nights B&B for two, including one evening meal, at Ballymaloe House in Co. Cork, Ireland. Second prize: €1,000. Third prize: €500 More

  • New Paintings By Liam O'Neill

    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) - 22nd Jun 2012 (Fri) from 10:00 - 06:00

    St. Johns Theatre & Arts Centre
    Liam O'Neill is a native of West Kerry and is among Ireland's most talented contemporary artists. He is a self taught painter who, over the last twenty years, has shown work at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Oireachtas, National Portrait Exhibition and Claremorris Open. His paintings are collected internationally. His obsession with the west coast has been his main source of motivation and inspiration over the years. His paintings recapture images of harbours, horse fairs, landscapes, fishermen, bog and meadow scenes. Further inspiration comes from life in the Arts and Public Life. The exhibition will be opened by Cyril Kelly More

  • Aleana Egan This is a free event

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    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) - 18th Jul 2012 (Wed) from 11:00 - 18:00

    Douglas Hyde Gallery
    Aleana Egan's art is predominantly intuitive and subjective; she uses simple materials, assembled or barely transformed, to create enigmatic works that have a restrained tone and structure. She groups these pieces into installations that are oddly ambivalent; on the one hand she draws our attention to the way things look, how they settle, sag, curve, or hang; on the other, her forms and shapes act as traces or memories, and as a tentative articulation of shifting responses to remembered places or everyday moments. Gaps and absences are at the heart of what Egan does, and this is what makes her work a little puzzling. Similarly, her frequent literary and historical allusions, which are never explained, are reticent and elliptic. More

  • Mbuti Textiles This is a free event

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    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) - 18th Jul 2012 (Wed) from 11:00 - 18:00

    Douglas Hyde Gallery
    The textile paintings in this exhibition were made by Mbuti pygmies of the Ituri rainforest in the Congo. The material, bark cloth, is created by men in the tribe; it is then decorated by women, using a mixture of charcoal and natural pigments. The designs are related to body painting and have traditional symbolic meanings; the textiles themselves are used as garments and objects of trade. More

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