Conversations around the exhibition
Representing the intangible, commenting on or alerting society… these and other issues will be discussed in a series of conversations with artists on show in our exhibition ‘Surveillé·e·s’.
14 - 15 Sep , admission free
This three-day concert cycle in the chapel has been curated by one of Ireland’s foremost pianists, Therese Fahy, to mark 100 years since the composer’s death.
Ireland’s Tombeau to Debussy
24 - 26 Oct , €10 (€7 for students and unemployed)/ €25 for the whole festival
Soirée Paris PhotoA weekend exhibition paying homage to Franco-Irish photographer Angélique Cheronnet which opens the same evening as a conversation with two renowned photographers included in CCI’s show ‘Surveillé·e·s’, Willie Doherty and Donovan Wylie.
Historian and author Liam Chambers will trace the development of the Irish College from a tiny community in the 1660s to becoming a major centre for priests and students on the continent during the penal era.
From Restoration to Revolution: The Irish Colleges in Paris, 1660-1818
6 Dec , admission free