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  • May On Our Doorstep This is a free event

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    1st Apr 2012 (Sun) - 31st May 2012 (Thu) from 10:00 - 17:00

    National Museum of Ireland - Country Life
    May On Our Doorstep Sun 1st to Thu 31st May Check www.museum.ie for details A collaborative project between the Linenhall Art Centre and the Museum to celebrate and record local May customs. See below for project workshops this month and exhibition in May. Check out www.thelinenhall.com for related events. All ages More

  • What's In The Gallery?

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 29 2012)

    Draiocht Blanchardstown
    These tours are intended to facilitate the understanding of what your students can see in the gallery and encourage students to explore and to voice their opinions about what the artist is doing, or issues raised by the artists work. More

  • Rebekah Wall: Breaking Bread This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 01 2012)

    Siamsa Tire Theatre and Arts Centre
    Rebekah Wall is a Kerry based practicing artist whose work imitates the artist's struggle to maintain a sustainable living. In an attempt to celebrate artistic innovation she has created an alter ego named Sally Murphy who is a subsistence hunter and artist collecting materials for her work from the land and sea. More

  • The Sacred Modernist: Josef Albers as a Catholic Artist This is a free event

    Ongoing Event - (Ends July 08 2012)

    Lewis Glucksman Gallery
    Curated by Nicholas Fox Weber, Director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, The Sacred Modernist: Josef Albers as a Catholic Artist presents the work of the great Bauhaus-trained modernist in a new way. Josef Albers was born and raised a Catholic and at the end of his life, he regularly attended Sunday mass and went to confession. This exhibition explores the influence of this religious upbringing as well as his admiration for the masters of early Christian art and architecture. More

  • Rifrazioni: Artist Angelo Garoglio Exhibition

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 03 2012)

    Triskel Christchurch
    Exhibition: Rifrazioni By Artist Angelo Garoglio Sun 8 April - Sun 3 June Triskel Christchurch :: Free RIFRAZIONI: from an initial form, through the action of light: the modification, the construction by means of correspondence during the harmonious transition of geometries. This exhibition of Sculpture and Drawing was commissioned for Christchurch to celebrate our 1st anniversary, and continues the approach begun with Vivienne Roche last year, whereby an artist responds to the architecture, atmosphere and artistic possibilities of Triskel Christchurch. More

  • A Macguffin and other things This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 23 2012)

    Project Arts Centre
    Our next exhibition the group show A MacGuffin and Other Things is presented by guest curator, Vaari Claffey. Using a mix of video, sculptural installations and performance the artists will investigate the idea of 'MacGuffin', an object that features in a film and serves to keep the plot moving despite at first appearing to lack real importance. More

  • Sensation This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 23 2012)

    Project Arts Centre
    Coinciding with the exhibition A MacGuffin and Some Other Things, Project Arts Centre continues its new experimental Grotto series, with an installation by David Fagan entitled Sensation. Fagan works with the idea of a 'dirty work' - an object that is aesthetically pleasurable and ready for display, but that is also self-consciously underdeveloped as a finished artwork. In this way, Fagan poses the question: 'how and where does one display a guilty pleasure?' Engaging with the idea of the cabinet as a less salubrious, low-rent space, Fagan re-imagines it as prime real estate for a peepshow. More

  • The Ballingeln Arts Foundation This is a free event

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    13th Apr 2012 (Fri) - 31st May 2012 (Thu) at 12:00

    Ballinglen Arts Foundation
    "Images from North Mayo" a diverse range of work, curated from The Ballinglen Archive includes work by Irish & International artists Richard Gorman, Barbara Rae, Arno Kramer, Janet Pierce, Joe Dunne & Colin Martin to name a few. Although the work evolves from the relationship of each artist with the landscape of the West Coast of Ireland all have a distinctive style which is very exciting. More

  • Áras an Mhuilinn

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    17th Apr 2012 (Tue) - 31st May 2012 (Thu) at 12:00

    Áras an Mhuilinn (Comhaltas Regional Resource Centre)
    Aras an Mhuilinn, located at the bottom of Mount St. in Mullingar, is the Regional Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann centre serving the midland counties of Laois, Offaly, Longford and Westmeath. Áras an Mhuilinn is a cultural facility in which Traditional Irish music, dance and Irish language classes are run on a weekly basis. The facilities are available to community groups and to the public in general. Fáilte roimh Cách - Everybody Welcome. More

  • 2 Solo Exhibitions Ruby Wallis - Moving Stills / Joe Hanly - One of Its Legs is Both the Same This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 02 2012)

    The Dock
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  • Difference Engine: Accumulator This is a free event

    21st Apr 2012 (Sat) - 26th May 2012 (Sat) from 15:00 - 17:00

    West Cork Arts Centre
    West Cork Arts Centre is delighted to present Difference Engine: Accumulator, an exhibition with paintings, drawings, sculptural models, film work and responsive sculptures that will engage visitors in a story of science fiction and science fact. Difference Engine is an evolving, touring exhibition and a model of independent artist curation by Mark Cullen, Jessica Foley, Wendy Judge, Gillian Lawler, Paul Green and featuring Gordon Cheung. The artists are interested in change, and how they each can support, affect and motivate each other and their work through exhibiting and touring together. More

  • Dance Classes at Dance Theatre of Ireland

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 30 2012)

    Dance Theatre of Ireland, Centre for Dance
    Dance Theatre of Ireland, based at a purpose-built, professional, state-of-the-Art Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire offer classes in a wide variety of dance styles for adults and young people year round including Contemporary Dance, Hip Hop, Zumba® and Zumba® Toning (with weights), Booiaka, Body Weather, African Dance, Michael Jackson Dance, Dance N' Fitness, Yoga, Pilates and more. More

  • Abbey Road Artists Studios

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    24th Apr 2012 (Tue) - 31st May 2012 (Thu) at 12:00

    Abbey Road Artists Studios Athlone
    Athlone Art and Heritage invites applications from professional artists interested in taking a studio at Abbey Roads Artists' Studios in Athlone Co Westmeath. The space is suitable for artists, designers, photographers as a creative work space. We have a large multi-purpose space upstairs suitable for a variety of community and cultural events including exhibitions, performances, workshops and seminars. Resident artists can schedule the space upstairs for classes, demonstrations, seminars etc - in consultation with Athlone Art and Heritage. More

  • Student Art Exhibition - Students from St. Brendan's Community School

    25th Apr 2012 (Wed) - 31st May 2012 (Thu) from 13:00 - 17:30

    Birr Theatre & Arts Centre
    Birr Theatre & Arts Centre is deligted to welcome back the young talent of St. Brendan's Community School. This is a huge opportunity for young artists of the future to experience the exhibition process. This exhibition officially opens on Wednesday 25 April, 7pm and will run until te end of May. Open Mon-Fri 1.00 - 5.30pm and during performances. More

  • Achill Island - Art Exhibition This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends November 05 2012)

    Western LIight Art Gallery
    The Western Light Art Gallery - Keel - Established Since 1989 Tel:098 43325 We are located on the Sandybanks at Keel. The exhibition has always been inspired by high profile professional artists and their interaction with Achill and it's culture. Established since 1989 the Western Light Art Gallery continues to curate an increasingly unique and visually stunning new exhibition year on year. What is on Display: Paintings in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel and mixed media. Bronze Sculptures. Photographic lnadscapes of Achill printed to archival standards at the gallery. Prints, Limited Editions & Etchings. More

  • DOCUMENT! A curated selection of visual arts documentation from NIVAL This is a free event

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    26th Apr 2012 (Thu) - 26th May 2012 (Sat) from 10:00 - 05:00

    NCAD Gallery (The National College of Art and Design Gallery)
    DOCUMENT! is a chronological exploration of the materials used to document the arts providing a window into developments across the visual arts in Ireland from 1890 to 2010. The exhibition features selected works from the collections at the National Irish Visual Arts Library that are representative of the physical and intellectual content of the library's extensive holdings including printed ephemera, books and journals, exhibition catalogues, archives, Special Collections, audio-visual material and digital ephemera. NIVAL is an initiative of the Library of the National College of Art and Design in partnership with the Arts Council. More

  • WEXFORD SINFONIA ORCHESTRA

    26th Apr 2012 (Thu) - 26th May 2012 (Sat) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford
    The Symphony Club of Waterford is pleased to host Wexford Sinfonia Orchestra once again in Christ Church Cathedral and this year's programme includes a range of popular operatic arias, including O Mio Babbino Caro (Puccini), Una Furtiva Lagrime (Donizetti), Bizet's Carmen Suite and a delightful choice of light opera favourites by Gershwin, Balfe, Bernstein and others. Soloists are Alison Doyle, soprano and Eamonn Mulhall, tenor and Conductor is Fergus Sheil. Wexford Sinfonia Orchestra was formed in 1993 with Fergus Sheil as conductor. In September 1998 Fergus took up a position with Scottish Opera and on his return, in December 2002 once again took the job of directing the Sinfonia. Alan Cutts was the director in the previous four years More

  • Poems for Patience This is a free event

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    27th Apr 2012 (Fri) - 28th May 2012 (Mon) from 11:00 - 21:00

    University Hospital, Galway
    Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust invites you to come along to the launch of the ninth series of the very successful Poems for Patience series. This will take place on the Arts Corridor on Friday morning April 27th at 11.00am. Poet Fiona Sampson will introduce 21 poems she has selected, including works by W.S. Merwin, jane Hirshfield, Michael Longley, David Harsent, Raymond Carver and many more. The poetry is circulated throughout the waiting areas of University Hospital Galway and Merlin Park University Hospital. The launch is part of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature programme. More

  • IS(not) - photographs by the Warsaw based collective SPUTNIK

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    27th Apr 2012 (Fri) - 27th May 2012 (Sun) from 19:00 - 17:00

    Sirius Arts Centre
    Featuring photographs by Agnieszka Rayss,Jan Brykczyński,Adam Pańczuk, Rafał Milach and Michał Łuczak Exhibition runs until Sunday 27 May Sirius Arts Centre presents IS(not) works by the Warsaw based photographic collective Sputnik. Established in 2006, Sputnik is made up of 10 Central Eastern European photographers, who seek to promote and spread knowledge about issues effecting Central Eastern European countries. IS (not) is a collection of photographs created by five of the members of Sputnik documenting Iceland. In this project they partnered with five Icelandic writers, journalists and poets. More

  • Fiona Larkin This is a free event

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    28th Apr 2012 (Sat) - 10th Jun 2012 (Sun)

    Butler Gallery
    Fiona Larkin's work arises from an interest in the lives of others. In discovering ways of understanding and engaging with others, the work finds form in a variety of media from action to video to drawing. The camera is used to engage reflexively and directly with viewers. The work surrenders to the determination of significant chance elements, for example: a stranger marked with an unusual emblem, a collection of 'yellow' images gathered through casual sightings, or to the kindness of strangers. Larkin's interventions become connective tissue between action, material production and the viewer's access to the story. More

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