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 its practitioners. You can insert specific names or titles into the Search box (inverted commas around titles of more than one word).

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A History of Irish Art 6

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A History of Irish Art 6

The Unexpected Idea and its Realisation: Patrick Ireland/Brian O’Doherty, Michael Craig-Martin

28 Feb 2018 , €7

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How It Is

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How It Is

This reading of Samuel Beckett’s ‘How It Is’ is presented by Gare St Lazare Ireland as part of an international symposium on the text.

23 Feb 2018 , Admission free

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A History of Irish Art 5

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A History of Irish Art 5

This lecture examines the various creative persona adopted by Yeats over his lifetime.

21 Feb 2018 , €7

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A History of Irish Art 4

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A History of Irish Art 4

Irish women artists - Responses to Modernism: Mainie Jellett, Evie Hone, Hilda Roberts, Joan Jameson, Mary Swanzy, Norah McGuinn

14 Feb 2018 , €7

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A History of Irish Art 3

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A History of Irish Art 3

Representation of landscape in the 19th century: George Petrie, George Victor Du Noyer and the mapping of Ireland

7 Feb 2018 , €7

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Waking the Feminists

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Waking the Feminists

Lian Bell will discuss the highly successful campaign that she instigated for equality for women in Irish theatre.

1 Feb 2018 , Admission free

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A History of Irish Art 2

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A History of Irish Art 2

Lecture by Peter Murray: History painting 1780 – 1850: James Barry and Daniel Maclise

31 Jan 2018 , €7

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A History of Irish Art 1

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A History of Irish Art 1

This lecture will look at the creation of images of social elites and working people.

24 Jan 2018 , €7

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A History of Irish Art

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A History of Irish Art

An illustrated lecture series providing a fascinating insight into Irish art over the past four centuries.

24 Jan - 28 Feb 2018 , €7 or €35 for all six lectures (€30 for students and unemployed)

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