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).

Browse the Archive: 2020

Henri Cartier-Bresson et l’Irlande

Talks

Henri Cartier-Bresson et l’Irlande

A visual feast, presented by curator Fidelma Mullane, of Ireland in the 1950s and early 60s seen through the lens of one of the world’s most famous photographers.

13 Feb 2020 , €5

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Junior Brother & David Keenan

Concerts / Music

Junior Brother & David Keenan

Two purveyors of strange and beautiful stories, David Keenan and Junior Brother combine folk song and acoustic guitar to great lyrical effect.

9 Feb 2020 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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Old Library visit

Heritage

Old Library visit

Visit our Old Library with its three illuminated manuscripts dating from the Middle Ages.

6 Feb 2020 , admission free

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Evening with architect Shelley McNamara

Talks

Evening with architect Shelley McNamara

Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara are recognized internationally as eminent architects, professors and curators whose practice has just won the 2020 RIBA gold medal.

4 Feb 2020 , €5

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St Brigid’s Day

Talks

St Brigid’s Day

Conversations with two renowned women artists mark the feast day of one of Ireland’s three patron saints, Brigid, who is associated with fertility, healing and poetry.

31 Jan 2020 , €5

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Anne Devlin

Films

Anne Devlin

This powerful drama retrieves a forgotten woman’s voice from Irish history and cemented Pat Murphy’s reputation internationally as one of Ireland’s leading feminist filmmakers.

30 Jan 2020 , €5

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Poetry Jukebox #1 Climate

Literary Events

Poetry Jukebox #1 Climate

Throughout 2020, visitors to CCI’s courtyard will be able to listen to Maria McManus’ judicious choice of poems relating to climate concerns as well as experiences of migration, exile and other themes related to our programme.

24 Jan - 27 Mar

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Sam Keogh

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Sam Keogh
Knotworm

"Wilfully convoluted” sculpture, collage and painting combine with video work in this exhibition by Sam Keogh that explores underground (hi)stories of London

24 Jan - 1 Mar , admission free

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Daithí

Concerts / Music

Daithí

Combining nature recordings, old Irish samples and analog synths, Daithí creates a unique type of house music that’s soaked in Irish culture. “His electronic pop has moved into deeper and richer places over the years.” (The Irish Times)

23 Jan 2020 , admission free

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