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Visceral: The Living Art Experiment

28 January - 25 February 2011. This controversial and provocative exhibition is not for the faint-hearted. Visceral comprises artworks which have been created from living tissue and is the result of t...
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Post-War American Art: The Novak/O’Doherty Collection

8 September - 27 February 2011. Currently on show at Dublin's IMMA is the Novak/O'Doherty Collection. Comprising watercolours, drawings, prints, paintings and photographs, the collection was gifte...
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Literary Workshops

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15 December - 5 February 2011. Described as a 'rip-roaring romantic adventure', director Mikel Murfi's drama is set in 1880s Ireland in the Wicklow mountains south of Dublin. The rebel Beamish Mac...
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Creative Nonfiction Workshop

Join us for an exciting workshop focusing on memoir,travel and food writing in an inspiring area of Abruzzo, Italy.
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Literary Abruzzo

Join us for a guided study of the work and life of Ignazio Silone near his birthplace, Pescina.
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Ed Devane: Stop/Run

11-18 December 2010. Stop/Run is an installation by Dublin-based audio artist Ed Devane in which he uses five kinetic instrument-ensembles as part of his live performance. Creative director of mus...
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Graphic Studio donation to IMMA

8 September - 2 January 2011. Dublin's Graphic Studio celebrates its 50th anniversary as Ireland
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Heroes and Kings of the Shahnama

19 November - 20 March 2011. The Chester Beatty Library presents a major exhibition of 150 paintings relating to the Shahnama (Book of Kings) to mark the 1000th anniversary of one of the world's great...
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Richard Tuttle: Triumphs

19 November 2010 - 10 April 2011. Leading post-minimalist artist Richard Tuttle collaborates with the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane to present a site-specific exhibition entitled Triumphs. Tut...
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The Moderns

20 October - 3 April 2011. The Moderns is an extensive and far-reaching exhibition which explores the development of visual arts in Ireland from 1900 to 1975. Largely comprising work from IMMA's o...
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Gabriel Metsu: Rediscovered Master of the Dutch Golden Age

4 September - 5 December 2010. The National Gallery's much anticipated autumn exhibition celebrates the work of 17th century Dutch painter Gabriel Metsu (1629-1667). Although Metsu died at the age...
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John Lavery: Passion and Politics

16 July - 31 October 2010. Born in Belfast, Sir John Lavery (1856-1941) was commissioned to paint Queen Victoria in 1888. This was the beginning of a successful career as a society painter in London....
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John Gabriel Borkman

6 October - 20 November 2010. As part of the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival, the Abbey Theatre presents John Gabriel Borkman, in a reworking of Henrik Ibsen's claustrophobic tale by Frank McGuinn...
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Dublin Theatre Festival

30 September - 17 October 2010. This year's Dublin Theatre Festival presents a significant programme of Irish and international work. Its showcase of contemporary Polish drama includes Krystian Lupa's...
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Fringe Fest

11 - 26 September 2010. Over the course of 16 days and 16 nights, Dublin's Fringe Fest presents 65 productions and more than 300 performances. Held annually in September, the avant-garde festival offe...
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The SCOOP Art Auction & Exhibition

14 - 19 September 2010. Dublin based charity, The SCOOP Foundation, stands for Save Children Out Of Poverty, and its aim is to fund and support disadvantaged children in the developing world. With...
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Ferran Garcia Sevilla

10 June - 5 September 2010. Spanish painter Ferran Garcia Sevilla is both a collector of images and a merger of styles. The wide-ranging subject matter of his naive, colourful canvasses draws on a mix...
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The Plough and the Stars

21 July - 25 September 2010. When 'The Plough and the Stars' was first presented to the public in the Abbey Theatre in 1926, the audience rioted, such was the sensitive nature of the play's contents....
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Death Of A Salesman

19 July - 19 August 2010. An overnight success when it was first launched in 1949, Arthur Miller's classic play 'Death of a Salesman' soon became one of the greatest achievements of 20th century drama...


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