Last chance to cel­e­brate Bris­tle at High­lanes Gallery

Mid Louth Independent - - NEWS -

AF­TER a very busy sum­mer with peo­ple travelling across the is­land to see Bris­tle: Hair and Hege­mony, it comes to an end, but not be­fore High­lanes Gallery presents a hir­sute evening of demon­stra­tions, mu­sic and a lec­ture.

Cul­ture Night, on Fri­day 22nd Septem­ber, will be marked with a free late evening ac­cess un­til 9pm, to the ex­hi­bi­tion, which has re­ceived crit­i­cal ac­claim and has been very pop­u­lar, as well as a demon­stra­tion by Jen­nifer Twum in the Up­per Gallery on eth­nic hair­styles, while en­sconced in the café will be tra­di­tional mu­si­cians, Bren­dan McCre­anor and SJ McAr­dle.

At 7.30pm, Ir­ish – Ethiopian and now London-based aca­demic, broad­caster and writer, Emma Dabiri, presents an il­lus­trated lec­ture ti­tled From Ephemeral to In­fin­ity: Hair in the African context.

It will be a great night for all the fam­ily, wan­der, look, lis­ten, and dis­cuss, and High­lanes Café Rel­ish is also serv­ing cul­tur­ally rich sup­per, and are tak­ing book­ings on 041-9803311.

Bren­dan McCre­anor plays on Septem­ber 22

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