Over the past four years MusicTown has celebrated all genres of live music in Dublin City, both in established venues and unorthodox locations. Our programme has celebrated diversity, community, history, youth, and the collaboration that exists not just amongst musicians themselves but also with practitioners of other artistic disciplines. In 2020, under the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, MusicTown, like…
Our February 2020 performance online of Eclipsed by Patricia Burke Brogan. This is an award winning play set in a Magdalene laundry during the 1960’s. It is one of the first plays to tell the story of the Magdalene laundries and was inspired by Patricia’s own experience as a young novitiate. Her play highlights the plight of four women who struggle to bear the austerity of their existence and desire to break the shackles of this landmark of societal repression. This is a poignant, funny, moving and sad play. We are starkly reminded of the brutal intolerance of ‘female deviance’ in our
Over the past four years MusicTown has celebrated all genres of live music in Dublin City, both in established venues and unorthodox locations. Our programme has celebrated diversity, community, history, youth, and the collaboration that exists not just amongst musicians themselves but also with practitioners of other artistic disciplines. In 2020, under the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, MusicTown, like many arts festivals, had to adapt its programme to an online-only format, broadcasting original work and live performances on a variety of internet platforms over a 10-day period in S
One Dublin One Book is a Dublin City Council initiative, led by Dublin City Libraries, which encourages everyone to read a book connected with the capital city during the month of April every year.
The One Dublin One Book choice for 2021 is Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession.
Leonard and Hungry Paul are two quiet friends who see the world differently. They use humour, board games and silence to steer their way through the maelstrom that is the 21st century.
‘The figure in Munch’s painting isn’t actually screaming!’ Hungry Paul said. ‘Really, are you sure?’ replied Le
Many teenage girls across Ireland are missing out on the benefits of sport and physical activity because they don’t think they are “sporty enough”, they don’t know where or how to get involved, and they don’t think there are opportunities for them to be involved in sport other than traditional team sports.
Use your voice to help these teenage girls realise that sport and physical activity can be a part of their lives and that sport is for everyone, including them.
Be part of the Sport Ireland Girls Get Active Hackathon and help us tackle the challenge of inactivity by being par
During the month of April, the Vimeo channel of the Instituto Cervantes will present the work of four filmmakers, in collaboration with Alcine, the Alcalá de Henares film festival, which turned fifty years old in 2020 and is one of the oldest festivals in Spain.
In order to celebrate the festival's anniversary, the cinema series proposes a dialogue between two works (a short and a feature film) by each of the filmmakers selected from among its participants. This way, in addition to introducing Alcine's work, it shows how some filmmakers work in one format or another according to their intere
Conserving your Dublin Period House 2021 online talks
Twelve one hour online talks providing an introduction to the history and significance and care and conservation of Dublin's period houses.
About this Event
CONSERVING YOUR DUBLIN PERIOD HOUSE 2021
The Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council have assembled a team of conservation experts to present a series of talks on the history and significance of Dublin’s period houses and practical advice on their conservation.
Attendance at the talks will greatly benefit owners of all periods and types of houses, from the modest Edwardian artisan dwelling to th
NCAD & The Digital Hub- Digital Cultures Webinar Series 2021
All online Webinar Series 2021 events will be broadcast on the NCAD Gallery | In Public YouTube Channel at the LANDING PAGE link here .
All events are free, open for public viewing and events registration is not required. Please find the full programme content here .
In the spring of 2021, the National College of Art and Design, Dublin (NCAD) and The Digital Hub announced a new partnership with an inaugural In Public webinar series to focus on the transformative nature of emerging technologies, attending to artistic practice, academic research, and industry. This programme o
The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Hazel Chu is hosting a new lunchtime series of interactive, free live one hour online talks between herself and people connected with running the city. ‘Chu & Chats with the Lord Mayor’ will take place every Friday at 1pm beginning this Friday, February 26th and continuing into June.
The Lord Mayor’s first guest will be the Chief Executive of Dublin City Council, Owen Keegan. The Lord Mayor and her guests will talk about their roles, how the respective area they are talking about is managing during the pandemic, and answer written questions from viewers.
Dublin City Council would like to announce the launch of a new festival run in conjunction with, and funded by, Creative Ireland.
‘Eat the Streets!’ is a Dublin City Council project that runs from March 20th to June 20th.
We all need to eat! Healthy food gives us energy to play, to create and to discover! Living in a city it is easy to walk down to the shops and buy your favorite food any day of the week. But, was it always this easy? And will it always be this easy? Taking care of the planet begins in the kitchen.
Eat the Streets! is exploring our city, Dublin’s food
In the past 12 months businesses have had to adjust to the new working norm. For some this has been a 100% move to remote working, while others have implemented a hybrid model. Whatever model you chose to implement, you can be certain that you have some concerns about ensuring your business continues to be efficient, productive, and secure regardless of where your employees are located. In this session supportIT CEO, Joe McGivern, will talk about creating a remote working roadmap for your business and how you can mitigate against the security risks of remote working - to ensure the solutions y
Two of Ireland’s most innovative, expert and powerful storytellers talking about their craft!
Bewley's Café Theatre, as part of its new writing venture PERCOLATE, are proud to present two Public Interviews with leading theatre artists about the creation of their work, their processes and experiences.
On April 21, Mark O'Halloran will be in conversation with Eugene O'Brien and on April 22, Louise Lowe will be in conversation with Veronica Coburn.
Both events start live at 7pm and are free to the public. Audiences will need to register to receive a link for each event.
LEO Dublin City Women in Business Network: Develop yourself as a positive and confident entrepreneurial leader
Speaker: Edi Oliveira
Wednesday 21st April 2021 11.00-12.15
Are you a female entrepreneur or a manager-owner? Are you a woman planning to open your own business? Do you want to develop a confident and positive leadership style? This workshop is for you.
Have you ever wondered how your body facilitates, or otherwise, your entrepreneurial leadership? This workshop aims to help you to develop your entrepreneurial leadership skills from an embodied perspective.
Research has suggested that women are socialised to display inhibited body manners. Most of the time, we are not aware that we
Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EARTHDAY.ORG (formerly Earth Day Network) including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries.
Earth Day aims to “build the world's largest environmental movement to drive transformative change for people and the planet.” The movement's mission is “to diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide.”
Axis Ballymun and Viral Comedy Club are delighted to present a night of comedy in celebration of Earth Day as part of #AxisGreenArts.
Join us from 8.15pm online and laugh your way to lower emissions with a host of funny folk including...
Pauline Shanahan (Vodafone Comedy Festival)
Ian Lynam (Dublin Fringe Festival)
Diane O'Connor (Electric Picnic)Anne Gill (Bright Club)
Chris Kent (Vicar Street / The Young Offenders)
Don't miss this intimate evening of comedy and craic as we celebrate our planet and support a greener and sustainable future.
Viral Comedy Club is an organi
“You used to swing me on our garden gate. In and out, out and in, me, on top of the gate, safe because I was in your arms, my father's big strong arms.”
Recalling events that may or may not have happened, people he may or may not have known, an elderly father weaves his life, funny, angry, poignant, as if in a dream. His daughter, perched outside his window, as close as the pandemic allows, responds with conflicting memories. They sing and argue, they broach dangerous ground, their profound love apparent despite themselves, until the visiting hour is up.
This moving new play ab
We know that these times have been particularly challenging for business leaders & entrepreneurs. It is for this reason that we have centred the themes "Leadership & Agility" and "Digital Transformation" at The Business Show Virtual Summit. These themes will help you rethink your strategy and find new ideas to innovate.
The Rebooting Ireland Virtual Summit in April 2021 will be an interactive online event including keynotes, panel discussions, networking and opportunities to share digital content.
This solutions-based event programme is designed to bring leaders from business, pu
A Gap in the Clouds: Crafting a New Translation of Japan’s Most Important Poetry Collection
The Ogura Hyakunin Isshu, or Ogura’s 100 poems by 100 poets is one of the most important poetry collections in Japan. It was compiled around 1235 by Fujiwara no Teika, but its poems date from the 800s onwards, and its poets include emperors and empresses, courtiers and high priests, ladies-in-waiting and soldier-calligraphers. However, as James Hadley and Nell Regan note in their introduction to A Gap in the Clouds, A New Translation of the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (Dedalus Press) ‘These beautiful
oin us on Zoom for a virtual exhibition tour of Yeats: The Life and Works of W.B. Yeats. This themed tour will introduce you to Yeats as a playwright and theatre maker through the treasures of the Yeats Collection.
Leaders Lounge is back by popular demand on April 22nd, 2021
With world-class speakers, expansive leadership topics, and a new learning experience, Leaders Lounge is going to be bigger and better than ever.
Our expert panellists will draw on examples from their careers to date and provide evidence-based leadership traits on how best to lead a high-performance culture.
You will also get an opportunity to ask our leaders questions through our live Q&A feature throughout the live event.
Leaders Lounge is a platform developed by Titan Experience. It is an educational-based interact
Presented in partnership with the Arts Council of Ireland, the National Concert Hall and RTÉ, New Music Dublin 2021 returns, against the odds, to launch an online Festival with a mix of live-streamed concerts, pre-recorded shows, interviews with the performers and composers, workshops, the annual NMDX international new music conference, outdoor projections and live listening parties on Twitter.
Performing at the National Concert Hall on the first night, the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra will be performing an all-female programme with 3 premieres from Irene Buckley, Anne-Marie O’Farrel
Maynooth University is an internationally recognised institution located 25 kilometres outside of Dublin, Ireland, and is the nation’s fastest growing university.
Spring Open Day 2021
On Saturday 24th April 2021 from 10am to 2pm you can find all the information you need about studying at Maynooth University - at your fingertips!
Usually we welcome our prospective students, their family and friends to our beautiful campus during Open Days. This time we’re coming to you as it all takes place online.
The first Beckett Brunch in Dublin, "Cross-Border Beckett / Beckett par-delà les frontières."
About this Event
We are delighted to invite you to the first Beckett Brunch hosted online from Dublin, on the theme of “Cross-Border Beckett.” This Franco-Irish event is tailored for all literature lovers and Beckett enthusiasts, as well as Beckettian scholars and practitioners. Born in Dublin in 1906, the young Beckett was educated between 1920 and 1923 in Enniskillen (County Fermanagh). In his early adult life, he lived in London and travelled regularly to Germany, be
Musicians often describe improvising with each other as having a conversation - listening, throwing out ideas, responding and developing on each other’s musical thoughts, all in real time.
Since the start of the pandemic we’ve all had less opportunity to listen and hear - feeling either isolated from other people, or besieged by a tsunami of digital content, impossible to focus and listen.
IMC’s limited series Blind Date Jazz brings listening and creative improvisation into focus, with some of Ireland’s leading improvisers coming into the studio to create an exciting, new, musical
Lawrence Venuti, professor emeritus of English at Temple University, Philadelphia, is a translation theorist and historian. He also translates from Italian, French, and Catalan. He is, most recently, the author of Contra Instrumentalism: A Translation Polemic (2019), the editor of The Translation Studies Reader (4th ed., 2021), and the translator of J.V. Foix’s Daybook 1918: Early Fragments (2019), for which he won the Global Humanities Translation Prize at Northwestern University. His Theses on Translation: An Organon for the Current Moment (2019), is available online at https://fl
The Irish Startup Conference 2021 is our second annual conference for Irish Startups, gathering founders, VCs, executives, seed fund partners, general partners, journalists and bloggers from diverse backgrounds and industries. Time is your most valuable resource, and it’s scarce - we want to give you the best selection of Startup Growth Practices in ninety minutes. This is a pitch-free, no-nonsense, practical event where you will get ideas you can implement in your Startup tomorrow.
Hosted by AFIXR & Startup Network Europe, this webinar will focus on Practical Steps to Scale your Star
The Future of our Health: Rethinking and Rebuilding Through Partnership.
The Future Health Summit exists to showcase Innovation and best practice in Healthcare. The Future Health Summit is the global gathering for healthcare leaders and decision makers. The Future Health Virtual Summit 2021 focusing on The Future of our Health will be held on April 28th April with the in person event taking place in September 2021.
Founded in 2019 by the RIAM’s Head of Strings and Chamber Music, Sarah Sew, ChamberFest Dublin is rooted in the RIAM’s aim to provide high quality and meaningful performance experiences for students. In today’s constantly evolving music world, collaboration and inventive exploration are vital skills for the next generation of musicians, and in the programming of ChamberFest Dublin 2021, students have played a key role in forming their own chamber groups, researching and choosing repertoire. During ChamberFest Dublin 2021, the RIAM will present a series of live-streamed and pre-recorded
Poetry Day Ireland takes place on Thursday 29 April 2021 and the theme is 'New Directions: Maps and Journeys'. Whether you share a poem, read a poem, or programme your own online event, everyone is invited to join in and celebrate.
What does it mean to go off map? Or to take the road less travelled as Robert Frost once wrote. For Poetry Day Ireland 2021, we’ll explore these themes in poetry, and we invite you to join us on this journey of discovery. Check your coordinates, sketch out your route and get ready for a poetry adventure on 29 April 2021!
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What is the WiPM Summit?
Our Women in Project Management (WiPM) event is a natural evolution of our founding principle and challenge. Like many other professions, Project Management is capable of gender balance, especially due to the attributes required to perform the role., and this annual event is a forum for women in project management to network with their peers, hone their skills and engage in the community as it develops, all while further promoting our profession.
Following the success of PM Summit 2020, we are delighted to announce that WiPM Summit 2021 will be streaming online on
Join world renowned soprano Celine Byrne for a classical evening of popular songs from the world of opera, German Lieder, Neapolitan, and Irish songs. Celine will be accompanied by Dearbhla Brosnan on piano, Nicole Hudson on violin and Ailbhe McDonagh -on cello with a programme from Mozart to Madama Butterfly and Brahms to Balfe, including songs such as I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls, The Last Rose of Summer, Un Bel Di Vedremo and Toselli’s Serenata...to name but a few. Celine Byrne is a lyric soprano who made her operatic début as Mimi in La Bohéme in 2010 and in the sea
The Sculptors – Sculpture Dublin Lecture Series with Paula Murphy
This lecture introduces some of the major sculptors who worked in Dublin in the nineteenth century and their practice.
About this Event
Sculpture Dublin Lecture Series with Paula Murphy
Sculpture Dublin is presenting a series of six lectures on public sculpture in Dublin delivered by lecturer Paula Murphy. The lectures, which are being filmed in the City Hall, explore public sculpture in Dublin from different viewpoints.
This series of lectures focuses on the historic work in the city. Contemporary sculptural practice in Dublin will be explored with The Hugh Lane and The LAB Gallery.
Bealtaine Festival at Home - Age & Opportunity's national celebration of the arts and creativity as we age.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic Bealtaine is again coming to you, at home! They're continuing the celebration by adding events, videos, and resources to their website. Check in with them regularly for updates.
Established in 1995, Bealtaine is one of Ireland’s largest co-operative festival and the world’s first national celebration of creativity in older age. The Festival has inspired a number of international festivals including Luminate in Scotland, Gwanwyn in Wale
Christy Moore Live From The National Concert Hall Exclusive Global Event
Over the past 15 years it has become something of a holiday tradition to attend a Dublin concert with Christy Moore, either in the run up to Christmas or early in the New Year. Different times make for different circumstances, and although there is no large gathering scheduled for this year, we invite you to join us for a livestream show from the National Concert Hall.
Christy Moore has played an integral role in the evolution of music on this island. Aside from his long and productive solo career, he is a founding member of the iconic bands Planxty and Moving Hearts. His songs have travell
Join Professor Barry McCrea with writer Caitriona Lally in this edition of Ireland's Generation X?, a series of conversations about Ireland's in-between generation.
“Generation X” describes the group of people born between 1965 and 1985, a generation caught between Baby Boomers and Millennials characterised by anti-establishment slacker culture, cynicism, irony, and— after the global economic crash — negative equity. An American term describing American lives, the moniker perhaps fails to accurately represent the experience of those who came of age during the 1980s and 1990s in Irel
Damian and Kevin - accidental cousins and one-time friends - haven’t seen each other for 12 years
Brought together on the eve of a family funeral, their differing aspirations and starkly contrasted backgrounds are brought into sharp focus in this unexpectedly moving drama full of humanity and dark humour
Following on from the success of their joint production of Jacquelyn Reingold’s They Float Up, Bewley’s Café Theatre and The Lock Inn have joined forces again, in the first of a series of plays to be streamed online in 2021 on the lock inn.
Highly acclaimed on its initial run,
‘The future of media: experience, models, practice’
Three panel sessions of discussion and debate on the future of media in Ireland.
About this Event
Three panel sessions of discussion and debate themed on the three goals identified in the Terms of Reference for the Future of Media Commission; to identify the Irish experience, to consider the extent to which the current models of delivery are the appropriate ones the next ten years, and to review best practice in other comparable jurisdictions.
Panel one— The Irish Experience
This panel will discuss the Irish experience thus far in relation to broadcasting. Particular attention will b
Annual festival organised by Harold’s Cross Community Council and Harold's Cross Business Association with the support of Dublin City Council Crumlin Area Office, Dublin City Council Events, Dublin City Council Parks Department, Dublin City Council Children Services Unit, Terenure and Rathmines Gardaí, Civil Defence, the Russian Orthodox Community, Local Artists, Musicians and Local Businesses.
More info on this years festival will be available soon....
Sunrise is a time of hope, a moment of warmth and the promise of a brighter day ahead.
We invite you to join Pieta and Electric Ireland at sunrise on 8th May 2021 for Darkness Into Light. Take part with your loved ones by simply walking locally and sharing your sunrise. Together, we can build a brighter future and give hope to all who have been impacted by suicide and self-harm in Ireland and across the globe.
All donations are in aid of Pieta House, Preventing Suicide and Self Harm .
This year’s theme ‘Brave New Future’ was chosen through consultation with children and young people across a selection of Creative Schools.
Creative Schools Week includes both In-School Celebrations and Online Celebrations.
We invite all schools in Ireland to celebrate the arts and creativity from 10–14 May, 2021. Resources will be sent to every school in the country in April, with ideas on how any school can be a part of Creative Schools Week in your own way.
The week will also include an Online Celebration showcasing the work of schools who have participated in Creative Scho
The workshop is targeted at owners/managers of retail outlets who want to improve the visual merchandising aspects of their window and shop interior displays.
How to create a strong, unique and memorable aesthetic for your brand, covering all retail sectors
How to easily, economically and resourcefully plan visuals for show stopping windows that sell
Go on a global tour to see strong visual merchandising that you can easily replicate
Learn some simple tips to brainstorm visuals better
Discuss seasonal calendars so you are always one step ahead of your comp
Looking for a new job or to develop your career? Our Online Job Fairs could be your ticket to success!
Free to register, you'll be able to find out everything you need from the recruiters and hiring managers by speaking with them at this event.
What can you expect at Virtual Recruitment Expo?
- Employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad
- Specialised recruiters dedicated to jobs in particular industries
- Professional Career Coaches offering one-on-one CV, job seeking and career advice that'll help you advance in your career.
- 2 virtual stages for webinars
Live Online Botanical Workshop with Bealtaine Festival: In(ter)dependence
Meet artist Ida Mitrani for a drawing workshop based around concepts and theories of plant culture in the current environmental crisis. Ida will get you thinking about the in(ter)dependence between humans, plants and the overconsumption of synthetic materials. Through a series of quick, practical demonstrations on accurate plant representation and colour chart preparation, you will create your own hybrid plant using recycled materials combined with collage and mixed media.
This workshop is designed specifically for older adults.
Works of art will be provided in an email to registered par
The Vanbrugh and their guests present two of the most loved works from the chamber music repertoire. Brahms’ F major quintet, written in Bad Ischl in the summer of 1882, was a work he was particularly fond of and from the gorgeous opening melody, through the exquisite slow movement, to the high octane finale, it is easy to see why. Slightly the older of the two great composers, Brahms supported Dvořák in his career and of his A major sextet, written in 1878, wrote ‘It is endlessly beautiful. I always have the feeling that people don't admire this piece enough, this splendid invention, fr
The Art of Witness:A creative exploration of language, identity and culture
Smashing Times and Mother Tongues Art Festival present The Art of Witness: A creative exploration of language, identity and culture
About this Event
Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality, in conjunction with the Annual Mother Tongues Arts Festival 2021 are delighted to host ‘The Art of Witness’, a presentation of creative practice and an online panel discussion exploring themes of language, identity and culture on the island of Ireland. ‘The Art of Witness’ takes place online on Friday 14 May 2021 at 7.30pm.
Artists and panel members are award-winning wri
The Mother Tongues Festival is the largest festival celebrating linguistic diversity through the arts in Ireland. Our mission is to showcase Ireland’s rich artistic and cultural tapestry through the use of the multiple languages spoken in the country and to enable people to connect while engaging in diverse creative experiences. The festival shows that multilingualism is not a barrier, but a reason to get together and celebrate.
Until 2020, the weekend-long festival took place on the 21st of February to celebrate the first birthday of its founding organisation and UNESCO’s International
Summit 2021 will bring together the people and organisations who will be setting the agenda for the nonprofit sector in this new era.
What role will charities, community and voluntary organisations and social enterprises play in shaping Ireland's future? What have we learned about ourselves from our collective experiences during the pandemic? Which skills will we need and how do we prepare our organisations and our workforce for the challenges ahead?
Join your colleagues from the sector and a line-up of top speakers for two days of discussion, debate, case studies and advice to help you
The International Literature Festival Dublin, founded in 1998, is Ireland’s premier literary event and gathers the finest writers in the world to debate, provoke, delight and enthral. Described by the press as ‘boasting a stunning array of top international literary talent’ and ‘the country’s most successful and easily the best annual literary event’, International Literature Festival Dublin's line-up is sure to impress.
Join us from 20 - 30 May, as we host some of the world's leading thinkers for a fantastic online programme.
With readings, discussions, debates, workshops, p
World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
The day provides us with an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the values of cultural diversity and to advance the four goals of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions adopted on 20 October 2005:
Support sustainable systems of governance for culture
Achieve a balanced flow of cultural goods and services and increase mobility of artists and cultural professionals
Integrate culture in sustainable development frameworks
Promote human rights and fundamental freedoms
Diversity Day, officially known as "The World Day fo
UCD Festival @ Home - three days of fantastic virtual events, from workshops and expert talks to online tours and demonstrations.
Ireland's Global University's annual festival may be online again this year but all the inspiring, engaging, informative and fun activities of the regular festival remain. And you can experience it all from the comfort of your home. There's something for everyone! It's all happening via the UCD Festival @ Home website and through YouTube, Zoom and Facebook. No matter where in the world you are, join in on your phone, smart TV, tablet or laptop for three days of
Featuring Elaine Feeney, Loah, Terri Harrison, The Mary Wallopers, Majella Moynihan, Noelle Brown, Phil Mullen, Jess Kav, Alison Lowry, Caelainn Hogan & more.This special evening of words and song broadcast from the stage of the National Concert Hall presents personal responses from a range of leading Irish writers, musicians and artists to the ongoing legacy of Ireland’s mother and baby home institutions.Until alarmingly recently, religious orders and the Irish state operated a network of institutions for the concealment, punishment and exploitation of women called 'fallen' and 'offen
Presented by MoLI in partnership with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
Join Professor Barry McCrea with writer and actor Mark O'Halloran in this edition of Ireland's Generation X?, a series of conversations about Ireland's in-between generation.
“Generation X” describes the group of people born between 1965 and 1985, a generation caught between Baby Boomers and Millennials characterised by anti-establishment slacker culture, cynicism, irony, and— after the global economic crash — negative equity. An American term describing Amer
In this programme the Irish Baroque Orchestra and soprano Aisling Kenny showcase the huge breadth of Bach’s genius even when using economical forces - two Cantatas for solo soprano and orchestra which explore the polar extremes of the human condition. Cantata 82a, ‘Ich habe genug’ (in the rarely heard version for soprano and solo flute) is an exquisite meditation on earthly suffering and a longing for the release of the afterlife whereas Cantata BWV 51, ‘Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen’, is a joyous affirmation of life with its celebratory Alleluias for solo trumpet and voice. The
Amplify your career search and access a world of possibility, at the gradireland summer fair. This is the perfect opportunity for you to explore the next steps in your career or education.
Chat with employers and postgrad providers in 1:1 meetings!
Develop and grow the capabilities needed to propel your career
Create CV’s that catch the recruiter's eyes in the CV Clinic
Join live seminar sessions featuring industry professionals on a variety of topics
Learn about employers, universities, and opportunities you might not have known of before
Exciting new career opportunitie
Dublin Tech Summit Virtual will draw the most influential tech and business leaders from across the world.
For one day, experts from over 70 countries will come together to share knowledge, debate the latest trends, and network, all from our live virtual event space.
Are you interested in scaling your start-up? Do you want to future-proof your business? Learn more about diversity in tech? Make global change? Join our community of leaders at DTS21, the chosen platform to help accelerate growth across the globe.
Join us and engage with the thinkers of tomorrow!
Your time is precious
his year Dalkey Book Festival presented by Zurich is coming to you in a slightly different format but by no means lacking in the global talent, the community feel and the good fun for which the festival is known.
A virtual experience with three days of dynamic programming - June 18th, 19th, 20th - connecting you to our community of writers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and creative talent as they exchange ideas, challenge the status quo, and dismantle some of today’s most pressing topics.
Included in the weekend programme of events will be the Dalkey Literary Awards presented by Zu
Stoneybatter Festival - Virtual programme, off street to online, with a light but lively programme of community and virtual activities!
Last June, against all the odds, we put together a very successful Virtual Stoneybatter Festival with so many in the community getting involved to make it happen, thanks to all.
While we cannot celebrate together at present, we can engage in a range of activities to give our fantastic community an uplift and sense of hope for the future.
Dublin Maker is a free to attend, community run event, which will be held virtually on Gather.Town, on Sat Jun 19th and Sun Jun 20th 2021. Dublin Maker takes the form of a “show and tell” experience where inventors/makers sourced through an open call, will have an opportunity to showcase their creations in a carnival atmosphere. It is a family friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the maker movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making and share what they are learning.
Makers range from tech enthusiasts to crafters, educat
The Academy welcomes young composers to work with composer Jonathan Nangle as part of this year's Summer Programmes
About this Event
Young composers (and would-be composers) age 15-18 are invited to spend a week working with Composer and RIAM Faculty member Jonathan Nangle, as they explore the vast possibilities of using technology to create their own compositions.
Participants will work remotely with RIAM musicians to learn more about writing for different instruments, and build an excellent foundation to begin a Summer of musical creativity, as they learn to realise their music with t
Public Art Now Conversations is an exciting new online event exploring the changing landscape of Public Art now and in the coming decades.
About this Event
In 2019, Technological University Dublin and Public Art Grangegorman planned to deliver a large scale Public Art Conference inspired in part by the TU Dublin’s new city campus – Irelands largest single investment in higher education in the last 50 years, within the vibrant community of Grangegorman. Like many national and international events, the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic forced us to postpone the original date of the confer
National Heritage Week 2021 will take place from Saturday, 14th – Sunday, 22nd August 2021. The Heritage Council will once again invite individuals, communities and organisations to develop Heritage Week projects, and the call for accepting National Heritage Week projects will open on Wednesday, 16th June 2021. There is no subject-specific theme for National Heritage Week 2021. Instead, project organisers are encouraged to consider how they can connect with ‘heritage newcomers’, who have not engaged with National Heritage Week before; groups or individuals who may not traditionally feel
This September, the festival will be a playground for possibility. We want to run ourselves ragged, chasing after your big ideas until the sun comes up. Let's spin stories, catch the undercurrent, hop the fence, edge our chalk on the ground. Let’s see-saw together on the edge of the future.
We’re living in superflux, a rushing spiral of chance and change. Listen closely. It’s an abundance, an overspill, an endless surging flow of possibility. The floor is pulsing, futures are unfurling, we’ve never felt this way before. Give in to the pull. Held between stillness and chaos, the next
A guide to some of the Free events taking place in Dublin over the coming weeks. Entertainment.ie also provides information on upcoming comedy, festivals and theatre shows and music in Ireland, as well as celebrity news and gossip.