It might be catalogued as ‘Anonymous (2018)’ because curators at one of the country’s leading galleries are unaware of either the identity - or the motive - of whoever is behind the ‘cover-up’ of a male nude in two promotional banners.
Wed, 25 Jul, 2018
Max Martin is Sweden’s greatest contribution to pop music since Abba, so it’s probably appropriate that some sort of Eurovision circle gets squared tomorrow when one of his songs is performed at the interval in Stockholm.
Fri, 13 May, 2016
While taoiseach in 1982 Charles Haughey fulfilled the invitation to the White House for St Patrick’s Day that had been extended to his predecessor Garret Fitz-Gerald. Mr Haughey then invited the president to Ireland on a state visit.
Mon, 29 Dec, 2014
‘The Decade of Renewal’ is the title of a series of talks at Cork City Library, talks that organiser Johnny Hanrahan, of creative projects company, ‘Chameleon,’ describes as a communal taking stock. City librarian, Liam Ronayne, has a long-term library project entitled ‘History is to Blame,’ also examining the relevance of Ireland’s period of rebellion.
Wed, 09 Apr, 2014
SEVEN decades are celebrated in Robert Ballagh’s exhibition ‘Seven’, which opens next weekend at the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork. UCD recently presented Ballagh with an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Literature to celebrate his lifetime’s achievements in the arts, and the exhibition of 14 portraits coincides with his 70th birthday later this month.
Tue, 10 Sep, 2013