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March 2015
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A VOODOO FREE PHENOMENON

March 3 @ 11:00 am - April 9 @ 8:00 pm
Project Arts Centre,
39 East Essex Street, Dublin 2,
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In a newly commissioned solo exhibition for Project Arts Centre, Garrett Phelan explores the power and influence that cultural traditions and artefacts have on the contemporary psyche. Through the recollection of his experience of witnessing the winter solstice at Newgrange, and numerous visits to ancient sites throughout his life and travels, he questions the power such antiquated relics hold over us today.

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Lines of Vision: Irish Writers at the National Gallery

March 5 - April 12
National Gallery of Ireland,
Clare Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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This exhibition displays all the works featured in Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art a beautifully illustrated anthology of new poems, essays and stories by 56 Irish writers inspired by the Gallery’s collection, edited by Janet McLean, (Thames & Hudson, €24,95hb).

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Free

Passion & Persuasion: Images of Baroque Saints

March 5 - May 31
National Gallery of Ireland,
Clare Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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In the early 1520s, St Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order, wrote the ‘Spiritual Exercises’ to instruct followers in using their senses to imagine events and to experience for themselves the passion of Christ and the suffering and ecstasy of the saints. This philosophy appealed to artists who sought to move away from the overly mannerist style of the time as it allowed for a greater emphasis on naturalism. The exhibition brings together a select number of paintings from…

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€18

THE GIRL WHO BELIEVED IN MAGIC

March 28 - April 11
Project Arts Centre,
39 East Essex Street, Dublin 2,
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Created and performed by Julie Feeney Directed by Mikel Murfi       As a little girl, Julie presented magic shows in her family livingroom – complete with admission price, an assistant, a homemade cardboard box sign and an invited audience.  As a composer, songsmith and performer, she continues to inhabit the magic in the everyday.   The Girl Who Believed in Magic is a new show from Julie Feeney, one of Ireland’s most mesmeric and unique music artists and…

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Once Upon a Picture Exhibition

March 28 @ 10:00 am - May 2 @ 5:00 pm
The Ark,
11a Eustace Street , Dublin , Dublin 2 Ireland
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Every artwork has a story to tell! Sometimes worlds cross over and strange things happen – humans take on animal form, objects shrink or grow, people dream enchanted dreams and little bit mysterious, alluring and perhaps magical. These artworks suggest themes that have fascinated artists, writers, thinkers and dreamers across history. Have fun imagining what the artworks are about and what stories they tell. This exhibition will spark your imagination and get you creating stories of your own! During your…

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April 2015
€5

Storytelling Session with Jack Lynch

April 2 @ 2:00 pm
The Ark,
11a Eustace Street , Dublin , Dublin 2 Ireland
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Escape to The Ark for some magical storytelling with renowned Irish storyteller Jack Lynch. For Ages 5+ Let Jack transport you to a world of giants & little people, strange mythical creatures, and fantastical lands as he tells his tales in this storytelling session inspired by The Ark’s  exhibition Once Upon A Picture.

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€22

THE GIRL WHO BELIEVED IN MAGIC, CREATED AND PERFORMED BY JULIE FEENEY

April 2 @ 7:30 pm - April 11 @ 12:00 am
Project Arts Centre,
39 East Essex Street, Dublin 2,
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As a little girl, Julie presented magic shows in her living room – complete with admission price, an assistant, a homemade cardboard box sign and an invited audience.  As an adult, composer, songsmith and performer, she continues to inhabit magic in the everyday. The Girl Who Believed in Magic is a new show from one of Ireland’s most mesmeric and unique music artists, Julie Feeney.

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€11

Making Magical Stories: Family Workshop

April 6 @ 11:00 am - April 7 @ 12:00 am
The Ark,
11a Eustace Street , Dublin , Dublin 2 Ireland
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Work together as a family to create a magical story and bring it to life visually. A workshop for ages 4+ and their families with visual artist Jo May. In this fun, creative workshop, you can take inspiration for your story from our exhibition Once Upon a Picture or from a family favourite fairy tale. To start, you will create a small backdrop that depicts the setting for the story, it could be an enchanted forest, a magical palace, an…

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‘Compassion, Meditation at Fishtree’

April 9 - May 2
Graphic Studio Gallery,
Through the Arch off Cope Street , Dublin, Dublin 2 Ireland
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‘Compassion, Meditation at Fishtree’ is the title of my show, which is the combined titles of two multi-plate etchings and aquatints featuring in this exhibition. These two works contain some of the elements of my visual language that I developed as poetry that tries to touch the essence of the heart, and the core of moods and atmospheres. While each etching and aquatint in this body of work has its own unique content and story to tell, I chose the…

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€20

TUTUS & BEYOND…

April 9 @ 8:00 pm - April 11 @ 12:00 am
Project Arts Centre,
39 East Essex Street, Dublin 2,
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A journey of ballet throughout the centuries, old meets new in an evening of work that pays tribute to the purity of classical ballet but also looks ahead to ballet beyond the tutu. The evening will feature romantic classics, followed by the Bob Fosse inspired Sing, Sing, Sing and the premiere of a thoroughly modern ballet by the Royal Ballet’s Ludovic Ondievl.

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