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Curated events from Dublin.

First Fridays for Startups

Online

First Fridays for Startups (powered by Google for Startups) is a monthly event to accelerate Ireland's early and seed stage tech startups About this Event Ireland has a rich entrepreneurial ecosystem, but too often founders find themselves wasting precious time, energy and money trying to figure out what's what, instead of diving into building successful products and teams. It's a broken system, and at Dogpatch we’re providing a no-brainer solution. Join our First Fridays Programme Manager Miriam and NDRC's Head of Training Jake as they lay out the need-to-know b

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Dublin City Volunteer Centre’s Online Drop-in

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Under 'normal' circumstances the doors to the Dublin City Volunteer Centre would be open to anyone who was interested in knowing more about volunteering in Dublin, but due to current restrictions we are all working from home so the Centre remains closed until further notice. We would like to offer anyone who is interested in finding out more about volunteering and how to use the service Dublin City Volunteer Centre offers, to join us for a Zoom (https://www.zoom.us/) online Drop-in session on Friday 7th May at 13.00.  Please note that this event might be live-streamed on Facebook. Our

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Portmarnock Road to Beach Virtual 5 Mile & 5k Race

Online and Various Locations

This year's Portmarnock Road to Beach event will go virtual this May. As the day's get longer and the weather gets that bit warmer why not take part in this very popular event. The beach run has proved to be a hit for it's diferent offering to most road races taking in Portmarnock Strand. Bring back the memories and head to the beach for your virtual run and remember the ice cream that folowed the race. This also a fundraising event for growing Portmarnock Athletics Club. A large North Co Dublin Club who cater for both junior and Senior members with a rapidly growing membership. Our

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Hue and Cry

Online

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,

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Conserving your Dublin Period House 2021 online talks

Online

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

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Bealtaine at Home

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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

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Parks & Trails Challenge

South Dublin County

This May challenge yourself to discover something new and exciting on your doorstep. Take advantage of the wider travel restrictions and experience all South Dublin has to offer, while being in with a chance to win a Zipit Forest Adventure voucher and a picnic kit along with a few other surprises too! How to get involved Click HERE to register. We’ll send you our chosen 5 parks and trails for you to tackle. Simple tag @sdcsp and @dublinsoutdoors in your photos and we’ll enter you into the draw for one of our many prizes. We’ve put together a helpful booklet with informat

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NCAD & The Digital Hub- Digital Cultures Webinar Series 2021

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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

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Chu & Chats with the Lord Mayor

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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. E

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Eat the Streets!

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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

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Harold’s Cross Community Festival

Online /Harold's Cross

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....

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Darkness Into Light

Various Locations

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 .

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LIVESTOCK: Viral – The Keening iv – Day Magee

Online

The first of a series of three live streamed performance art events with leading artists Olivia Hassett, Day Magee and El Putnam, exploring the vulnerability of the human body as part of an ecology both human and animal. Streaming live to Bealtaine Festival YouTube and LIVESTOCK Facebook - 7pm - each Sat 8,15 & 22 May, 2021. The pandemic puts a focus on the body, highlighting our frailties, forcing us to question our assumptions about who and what is vulnerable. With social distancing as the new norm we are propelled to create new forms of intimacy, social relations and endurance. T

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Doppler live from the Sound House

Online

Doppler will be performing a very special show live from the Sound House Dublin.Tune in to interact with Doppler live on stage.–With special guest: Mark Mchale from The Kerbs

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Wings for Life World Run

Varies

This year’s event is taking place as an app run on Sunday, 9th of May. Runners from beginner to elite, the world over are welcome to apply, with everyone raising money for a united cause. The Wings for Life World Run raises funds for the not-for-profit spinal cord research foundation. Participants can register for the app run either via the app or at WingsForLifeWorldRun.com with 100% of the €20 entry fee going straight to spinal cord research. This unique race will see runners of all abilities and wheelchair users all start together at 12pm (Irish time) on Sunday 9th May. The

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Creative Schools Week 2021

Online

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

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An Introduction to Collins Barracks

Online

Join an online introductory tour to learn about the history of Collins Barracks, from the 1700s to the present day and its transition from Barracks to Museum, taking in some of the highlights from the Museum's military history and decorative arts collections.

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Social Media & Marketing Show Ireland 2021

Online

You’ll find expert businesses from acrossIreland and beyond with expertise in Social Media & Marketing useful for all delegates. Why should you attend the Social Media & Marketing Show Ireland 2021? It’s completely free to attend this amazing one-day event and your free ticket gains you admission to both the main show and all of the seminars and workshop sessions at the event. You’ll find expert businesses from across Ireland and beyond. If you attend the Social Media & Marketing Show Ireland 2021 you’ll be able to meet them and they’re all happy to give hints, tips and advi

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Visual Merchandising Workshop for Retailers

Online

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. Workshop Content: 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

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Virtual Recruitment Expo

Online

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

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Live Online Botanical Workshop with Bealtaine Festival: In(ter)dependence

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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

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The Vanbrugh & Guests

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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

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Ireland’s 2021 Most Trusted Leader: How high trust leadership can build high trust cultures

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In this new webinar of our Future of Work Series, we will be in conversation with Ireland's Most Trusted Leader in 2021 and CEO of Fáilte Ireland, Paul Kelly. The key takeaways from the session will be: What are the traits and actions of a high trust leader Find out what the key steps are to building a high trust culture How high trust leadership can help you navigate through future way of working challenges How can you maintain trust when making difficult and unpopular decisions This webinar is perfect for any leader or manager who is focused on improving their people practi

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The Art of Witness:A creative exploration of language, identity and culture

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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

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Children’s History Workshop: Illustrating History with John Farrelly

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Join Dublin’s Historian-in-Residence for Children Dervilia Roche and illustrator, cartoonist, and author of the Deadly Irish History children's book series John Farrelly in this free, interactive Zoom workshop for children aged 9-12 years old, as part of National Drawing Day. Learn about the history of the Vikings and the Celts, find out how John comes up with the ideas for his drawings, and take part in live drawing demonstrations to create your own illustrations. Please note, to take part in the illustrations, children will need a pencil, some paper, an eraser, a black marker and a blac

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Mother Tongues Festival

Online

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

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The Wheel Summit

Online

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

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Book Keeping for Small Businesses

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This practical workshop will focus on developing the skills and know-how in basic bookkeeping for small businesses. Programme Overview: Prepare the Prime Books of Entry Apply the concepts of Double Entry to accounts Understand the importance of recording VAT Dealing with Payroll Understand the difference between profit and cash flow Understand key terminology of profit and loss Understand key terminology of the balance sheet The programme will concentrate on: Understanding Financial Terminology Applying main accounting concepts Understanding the Principl

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Live Online Harp Recital

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Harpist Aisling Ennis returns to the Chester Beatty with a live online performance to highlight International Museums Day. To celebrate the occasion, Aisling will select a programme of classical, traditional Irish and popular music and share some of her favourite seasonal poetry to compliment the programme.

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International Literature Festival Dublin

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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

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Yeats and Theatre: Virtual Exhibition Tour

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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.

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World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

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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

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The Drive and Bricknasty live from the Sound House

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Fluttertone and Egg Twelve Records present The Drive. And Bricknasty LIVE at Dublin’s renowned The Sound House Friday May 21st. The show will be streamed live from The Sound House’s website at 7:30PM that evening. With state of the art sound and camera equipment, the livestream will be simultaneously exciting and interactive as your typical live show. The Drive. Formed in 2018, fully formed in 2020, The Drive. Are a four-piece indie rock band from Cork City. The group takes influence from a variety of Mancunian indie bands, with a sprinkle of shoegaze. Following the succes

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UCD Festival @ Home

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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

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Camerata Ireland Barry Douglas, Piano/Director

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From the final years of the 18th Century to the final years of the 20th Century, Camerata Ireland is presenting 3 works of such individuality and lyricism that belie time and origin. From the exquisite chamber quality of Mozart’s Vienna period concertos to the searing music of Ireland’s own John Kinsella they have one thing in common. Appearing first in a different guise, the 2 composers recreated them - Mozart for small string ensemble and piano, and Kinsella for strings only, from his violin concerto. Music that shows passion and freedom! Mozart Piano Concerto No 12 in A K 414Kinsell

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The Messenger

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On Whit Weekend eighty years ago, a German plane circled the night sky of Dublin’s North Strand before dropping a bomb. The conflagration caused numerous deaths and tore apart a close-knit Dublin community. Written in memory of those killed that night, Dermot Bolger’s play, The Messenger, is about a teenage girl whose family – like many others – were displaced when that bomb destroyed their old home. Set on a half-build housing estate in Cabra, where many shell-shocked North Strand families found themselves, The Messenger allows this girl to recount the horrors of that bombing, w

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Breaking The Silence

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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

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Ireland’s Generation X? – Mark O’Halloran

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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

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Rejoice! Music To Lift The Spirit

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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

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Brightening Air Festival

Online

Brightening Air | Coiscéim Coiligh is a ten day, nationwide season of arts experiences brought to you by the Arts Council, funded by the Government of Ireland and curated and produced by Schweppe Curtis Nunn. Brightening Air | Coiscéim Coiligh brings together some of Ireland’s most exciting artists and arts organisations in a celebration of renewed optimism and brighter days ahead. The programme, with experiences both live in person and available to enjoy at home, runs from 11-20 June 2021 in all sorts of venues, casting a light from coast to coast and creating sparks of joy throughout

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Cruinniú na nÓg

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Cruinniú na nÓg 2021 - Ireland's National Day of Creativity for children and young people. Unleash your creative spirit on 12 June 2021 A Day of Youthful Creativity Ireland is the first, and only, country in the world to have a national day of free creativity for children and young people under 18. Cruinniú na nÓg is a flagship initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme’s Creative Youth plan to enable the creative potential of children and young people. The inaugural Cruinniú na nÓg took place on 23rd June 2018 with over 500 events taking place in cities, towns and villages acro

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GradIreland Summer Fair

Online

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

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Mespil in the Dark

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MESPIL IN THE DARK explores the lives of eight actors and artists who live in the same complex of flats in Dublin. We will follow the solo rat runs of each of their normal days and how they tread in and out of each other’s lives. We will observe their daily habits, both private and public. From trimming their toenails to cooking a meal to how they do their laundry. We will hear about their dreams and nightmares and experience with them their hopes and fears and the small coincidental accidents that shape their destinies. It is a sensitive, sometimes surreal, voyeuristic experience. We wat

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Dublin Tech Summit

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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

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Dalkey Book Festival

Dalkey

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

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The Virtual Stoneybatter Festival

Online/Stoneybatter

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.

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Dublin Maker

Online

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

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Young Composers’ Summer Project

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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

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Public Art Now Conversations

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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

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Irish Chamber Orchestra-Molique And Piazzolla

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Join the Irish Chamber Orchestra and accordionist Dermot Dunne directed by Katherine Hunka for a spectacular evening of tango music. Dermot performs a seldom heard but charming Accordion Concerto by Molique. As well as being a composer, Piazzolla was a virtuosic performer on the bandoneon and now Dermot Dunne transfers this extraordinary richness onto the classical accordion. Piazzolla created compositions to showcase his star musicians and Escualo was written for Fernando Suarez-Paz a renowned tango violinist in his band. Contrabajissimo was written for Hector Console, the bassist in his fina

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Pendulum 360° Virtual Event Launch

Online

Prepare yourself for a groundbreaking virtual experience featuring masterclasses of epic magnitude by Tony Robbins, the Worlds #1 Life & Business Strategist, and other global visionaries with unlimited access to the Pendulum 360˚learning, lifestyle & networking platform for up to 12 months. Pendulum 360° is a revolutionary learning, lifestyle and networking platform. Learn from the World's leading experts in wellbeing, leadership & personal transformation. Get access to the Pendulum 360° launch event and all current and upcoming Pendulum 360° programs in Holistic Wellbeing, Pear P

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Ireland’s Generation X? – Claire Kilroy

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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 Claire Kilroy 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 m

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On the Airwaves

Online

An online talk that invites broadcasters, performers & podcasters to discuss opportunities afforded by the spoken word to build communities. About this Event Alternative media has always been an important mode of communication for building communities and social movements. On the Airwaves invites broadcasters, performers, podcasters to discuss the opportunities afforded by the spoken word. This event considers the rich history of pirate radio stations in Athens (Greece), community radio in Marrickville (Sydney) and podcasting and spoken word from Cork (Ireland). Guests Huna Amweero (

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National Heritage Week

National

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

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Dublin Fringe Festival 2021-Superflux

Online

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

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Culture Night

National/Online

The sixteenth edition of Culture Night will take place on Friday 17 September 2021. The programme of events is currently being planned and will feature a truly island wide programme of events embracing all aspects of culture with the usual myriad of fantastic events and activities. A massive thank you to The Arts Council Ireland, Dublin City Council and the local authorities across the island for their continued work in making sure that Culture Night happens each year and Grá mór too to the artists & organisations who are once again gearing up in preparation for the 2021 version on Se

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The Business Show: Sustainability Summit

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Sustainability is at the heart of building and protecting the future for us, our friends and families, and for generations to come. The growing clarion call for businesses to be on the path to zero carbon means sustained pro-action is needed by all stakeholders in the business community. The Business Show’s Sustainability 2021 programme is a comprehensive offering comprising virtual events, online editorial and live C-Suite engagement, all of which will deliver viable solutions for the coming decade. We will convene thought leaders, policy makers and sustainability experts for an engaging

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Dublin Book Festival

Online

The Dublin Book Festival is one of Ireland’s most successful and vibrant book festivals, running since June 2006.  The annual public festival showcases, supports and develops Irish publishing by programming, publicising and selling Irish published books, their authors, editors and contributors – all in an entertaining, festive, friendly and accessible environment that reflects the creativity and personality of the Irish publishing sector and its authors. DBF has grown year on year. Last year, we had over 11,000 unique viewers of our online events. We featured almost 200 authors across

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