CIT honoured graduates at its recent 2019 Faculty of Business and Humanities Alumni Awards.
The studio of sculptor Eilís O’Connell is perched on a hillside near Inniscarra, Co Cork.
The annual tradition of taking Devonshire cream tea in one of the country’s most renowned castles resumes in the month ahead when guests will have a chance to enjoy afternoon tea and tour award-winning gardens.
The design brief was to reimagine and renew the public space at Fr Matthew and Morrison’s Quay — the historic centre of Cork, but also one of the most flood prone areas of the city.
The main opponents of the largest flood defence scheme in the history of the State have backed a €10,000 international architectural competition for one of Cork City’s most flood-prone zones.
Here’s your weekly entertainment guide and news round-up with Des O’Driscoll.
Des Breen looks at a landmark book which not only shines a light on the creativity of Irish artists and writers, but also on the philistinism of the nation.
Sotheby’s is an important springboard to showcase Irish art like The Disasters of War says Des O’Sullivan.
Triskel Christchurch is preparing for a temporary takeover of its visual art offerings by John P Quinlan, the figure behind the establishment of the Vangard Gallery in Macroom in 1991.
In one of his last published pieces, Séamus Heaney recalled his friendship with the art critic Dorothy Walker, currently the subject of an exhibition in Dublin.
The Lavit Gallery is celebrating 50 years of promoting the visual arts, says Tina O’Sullivan
Set up 24 years ago as a haven for artists, the NSF is integral to Cork culture, says Tina O’Sullivan
A fascinating exhibition reveals how works of art have caused outrage through the years, writes Tina O’Sullivan
A MASSIVE piece of public art was unveiled in Cork’s docklands last night.
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