Take a look at the archive of CCI events since 2002

This archive of our past events will give you a feel for the creativity of contemporary Ireland and it practitioners. You can insert specific names or titles into the Search box (inverted commas around titles of more than one word).

Browse the Archive: Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Tom Molloy

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Tom Molloy
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Tom Molloy examines the interaction of politically charged symbols from the position of an outsider living in France.

18 Mar - 30 Apr 2016 , admission free

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Open studio: Corban Walker

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Open studio: Corban Walker

Come and meet our artist-in-residence who represented Ireland in the 2011 Venice Biennale

17 Mar 2016 , entrée libre

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Colin Davidson

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Colin Davidson
Silent Testimony

The impact of conflict revealed by world-famous portraitist Colin Davidson

29 Jan - 6 Mar 2016 , admission free

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Tom Wood

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Tom Wood
Paysages intimes

This exhibition looks at the renowned photographer’s relationship to his native Co. Mayo

13 Nov2015 - 10 Jan 2016

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Weekend Focus on Photography

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Weekend Focus on Photography

A weekend of events and exhibitions including Ailbhe Greaney’s Street Flower and Belfast Exposed Futures organised in conjunction with the CCI at Espace Lhomond

12 - 15 Nov 2015

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The Pipes, The Pipes

Concerts / Music

The Pipes, The Pipes

Three exceptional pipers and two visual artists pay homage to the magic of the Irish uilleann pipes in this ‘tour de force’ of music and live art performance devised by Donal Dineen. Different workshops led by the pipers are open to the public in the morning

17 Oct 2015 , €10 (€7 for students and unemployed)

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Joe Hogan

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Joe Hogan

Basket-maker Joe Hogan invites you to come and see the work he is creating during his residency at the CCI

25 Sep 2015 , admission free

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Et si on s’était trompé ?

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Et si on s’était trompé ?

This group show of some sixteen artists engaged in issues of climate change takes its title from a poem by Lemn Sissay ‘What If We Got It Wrong?’. Has progress as we know it led us down the wrong path, “weakened us as we got strong”?

25 Sep - 4 Nov 2015 , admission free

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