Poetry

Thursday 29th March

"What's She Doing Here? Women at Work 1918-2018", an exhibition of photographs by Beta Bajgart

Beta Bajgart, whose exhibition of photographs "What's She Doing Here? Women at Work 1918-2018" opens this Saturday in the Little Museum of Dublin Full details:   www.littlemuseum.ie 

Wednesday 28th March

"CAUTION! Fragile, Irish Glass Tradition in Transition", an exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland

Róisín de Buitléar and Waterford Crystal master craftsman Fred Curtis who collaborated on "CAUTION! Fragile, Irish Glass Tradition in Transition", an exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks ...

"Fake", an exhibition at the Science Gallery

Dominic Milmo Penny who owns one of the works featured in "Fake", an exhibition at the Science Gallery Trinity College which asks if authenticity is really essential when the item ...

Tuesday 27th March

Review: "Three Poems" by Hannah Sullivan

Jessica Traynor reviews "Three Poems", a debut collection of poetry from Oxford professor Hannah Sullivan (published by Faber)

"Vox Materia", an exhibition by Alice Maher

The artist Alice Maher explains the concept of her forthcoming exhibition "Vox Materia" – a meditation on voice and silence; it opens at the Source Arts Centre in Thurles this ...

Tuesday 13th March

"This Voice" by Colm Keegan

Colm Keegan reads "This Voice" from his latest collection ‘Randomer’ (published by Salmon Poetry)

"Who reads poetry?", a lecture by Eileán Ní Chuilleanáin

Eileán Ní Chuilleanáin who will deliver the annual Chair of Poetry lecture in Trinity College tomorrow night, entitled "I have my people and they are waiting: who are the readers of ...

Wednesday 7th March

"Spring Shine" by Colm Keegan

Colm Keegan reads "Spring Shine" from his latest collection of poetry "Randomer" (published by Salmon)

Monday 5th March

"Coming Home: Art and The Great Hunger", art of the Irish Famine

Robert Ballagh and Niamh O’Sullivan, curator of "Coming Home: Art and The Great Hunger", an exhibition of paintings depicting Ireland during the great famine which is touring Dublin and Cork this ...

Monday 26th February

Review: "The Last Straw" by Tom French

Dave Lordan reviews "The Last Straw", a new collection of poetry by Tom French in which he explores the rural landscape and local history (published by Gallery Press)

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