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 3

Talks

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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It’s Not Yet Dark

Films

It’s Not Yet Dark

The ground-breaking story of Simon Fitzmaurice who directed his first feature film through the use of his eyes and eye gaze technology.

6 Feb 2018 , €10/ €8 unemployed and seniors)/ €7 students/ UGC, Le Pass and Ecrans de Paris cards are accepted

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Waking the Feminists

Talks

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

Talks

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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Rencontre avec Siobhán Cleary

Concerts / Music

Rencontre avec Siobhán Cleary

Composer-in-residence Siobhán Cleary presents ‘Book Smugglers’, a documentary on linguistic resistance, for which she composed the original music.

30 Jan 2018 , Admission free

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Songs of Peace: Francis Ledwidge

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Songs of Peace: Francis Ledwidge

Seven visual artists respond to the life and poetry of Francis Ledwidge (1887-1917) and his intimate connection with the landscape of Co. Meath.

25 Jan - 13 May 2018 , Admission free

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A History of Irish Art 1

Talks

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

Talks

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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Le Fantôme de Canterville

Literary Events

Le Fantôme de Canterville

Oscar Wilde's clever parody provides an entertaining twist on the traditional gothic horror story, read in French tonight by actor Théophile Choquet.

20 Jan 2018 , Admission free

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