Cross Gallery, Dublin Un­til Mar 9

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De­touched Draw­ing, mov­ing im­age and sculp­tural in­stal­la­tions on the dis­tance of touch. Cu­rated by An­thony Hu­ber­man. Project Arts Cen­tre, Tem­ple Bar Un­til Mar 30 pro­jec­tarts cen­ The ‘Dublin Group’ – master Ir­ish mez­zotint en­gravers A talk on 18th-cen­tury mez­zotint por­traits in the Prints and Draw­ings col­lec­tion by Ne­assa Do­herty. Na­tional Li­brary of Ire­land, Kil­dare St Feb 28 1pm Fe­bru­ary Spring Clean Art Sale 11 artists of­fer hid­den gems from their stu­dios. White Lady Art Gallery, Welling­ton Quay Un­til Feb 28 Low Tide at Varengeville Adri­enne Symes’s work is based on a sea­side vil­lage pop­u­lar with artists. Olivier Cor­net Gallery, Tem­ple Bar Un­til Mar 22 olivier­cor­net­ Guggi New paint­ings, sculp­tures and dig­i­tal prints. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, Sth Anne St Fri 10am-5.45pm, Sat 11am4.30pm Ends Feb 23 ker­ If, then, else “En­deav­our and ex­plo­ration” in Kate Warner’s paint­ings. Ko­hei Nakata: new works. Cross Gallery, 59 Fran­cis St Un­til Mar 9 cross­ Into the Light 60 years of the Arts Coun­cil Col­lec­tion (Ends Feb 24). Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane,Par­nell Sq Nth hugh­ Iron & Steel Group sculp­ture show. Hills­boro Fine Art, Par­nell Sq West Un­til Apr 25 hills­bo­rofin­ Iter­a­tive Mart res­i­dency that runs un­til May. Mart@Unit 4, James Joyce St

John Long Rig­or­ous re­al­ism. Jor­gensen Fine Art, Hiber­nian Way Un­til Mar 9 Katy Mo­ran Paint­ings. Ar­cades Ambo: An­drew Vick­ery. Dou­glas Hyde Gallery, TCD Un­til Mar 28 dou­glashy­de­ The Most Con­ser­va­tive Game in Town New work by Ne­van La­hart. Kevin Ka­vanagh, Chancery Lane Un­til Mar 16 kevinka­vanagh­ The Mys­tery of Things Fiona Mul­hol­land. Mon­ster Truck Gallery, Tem­ple Bar Un­til Mar 9 mon­ Os­cil­la­tor: Ev­ery­thing in Mo­tion Ex­plore the wavy, wob­bly world of os­cil­la­tors; things that vi­brate, fol­low cy­cles, or have re­peat­ing pat­terns. Sci­ence Gallery, TCD Un­til Apr 14 sci­ence­ Rest­less Pen­cil Ar­chi­tec­tural draw­ings, pho­to­graphs and works on pa­per by ar­chi­tect Noel Mof­fett (1912-1994). Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Ar­chive, 45 Mer­rion Sq Un­til Mar 1 The Sketch­books of Jack B Yeats First sig­nif­i­cant show­ing of a body of Yeats’s 200-plus sketch­books (Un­til May 5). Imag­in­ing the Di­vine: The Holy Fam­ily in Art (Un­til Apr 1). Plus works from the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion. Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land na­tion­al­ Jes­sica Sturgess Re­cent sculp­tural works re­call­ing Barry Flana­gan. Oliver Sears Gallery, Molesworth St Ends Feb 28 oli­v­ersears­ This Is Not a House Edgar Martins’s pho­to­graphs of aban­doned US real es­tate. Gallery of Pho­tog­ra­phy, Meet­ing House Sq Un­til Mar 17 gallery of­pho­tog­ra­ Top Ten Work by win­ner Claire Chaney and other top en­trants in the 2012 Vis­ual Arts Un­der­grad­u­ate Awards. BLOCK T, Smith­field Ends Feb 24 We have ev­ery­thing and we have noth­ing Still-life paint­ings by Martin Stone. Door­way Gallery, 24 Sth Fred­er­ick St Un­til Mar 20 the­do­or­way­ Vec­tor/At­trac­tor In­stal­la­tion by Alice Rekab. The Re­turn, Goethe-In­sti­tut, 37 Mer­rion Sq Un­til Mar 28 01-6611155 When they put their hands out like scales Photo ex­hi­bi­tion by Emma Camp­bell, draw­ing on vis­its to abor­tion clin­ics in Liver­pool and Lon­don (Un­til Mar 12). 10 Weeks: Leszek Wol­nik’s ex­hibit re­sponds to the Pro Life Cam­paign’s use of “lan­guage, im­ages and sym­bols” (Un­til Mar 12). Cop­per House Gallery, off Synge St the­cop­per­house


ex­ca­va­tions Paint­ings by Ger Sweeney. Norman Villa Gallery, 86 Lwr Salthill Un­til Mar 23 nor­manvil­la­ In­vis­i­ble Knowl­edge Sur­vey of Áine Phillips’s col­lab­o­ra­tive works. Gal­way Arts Cen­tre Un­til Mar 2 gal­wa­yarts­cen­


Louise Man­i­fold Ex­plor­ing the hu­man re­la­tion­ship with the inan­i­mate and the the ex­tinct Si­amsa Tíre Gal­leries, Tralee Un­til Mar 23


Fu­ture Beauty? Works drawn from Ir­ish Craft Port­fo­lio, cu­rated by Amanda Game. Na­tional Craft Gallery, Cas­tle Yard, Kilkenny Un­til Mar 13 na­tion­al­craft­ Gems from the But­ler Gallery Col­lec­tion Echoes of the Past and Whis­pers of the Fu­ture: se­lected works. But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle Ends Feb 24 but­ler­


Fenster: New Paint­ings Mark Joyce’s ex­plo­rations of “colour, lu­mi­nos­ity and pure light”. Hol­lis Framp­ton: Two films by a ground­break­ing fig­ure in US cin­ema, Glo­ria! and Zorn’s Lemma. The Dock, Car­rick-onShan­non Un­til Apr 13 the­


Lim­er­ick In­ter­na­tional Pub­lish­ers’ Sa­lon (LIPS) 154 pub­li­ca­tions by 34 pub­lish­ers fea­ture in an ex­hi­bi­tion of artists’ books. Orm­ston House, 9-10 Pa­trick St Feb 22-23 orm­ston­ Seed Mat­ter Eco­log­i­cal ex­plo­ration in projects by Chris­tine Mackey. STRIKE!: worker or­gan­i­sa­tion and re­sis­tance, in­clud­ing Bat­tle of Or­g­reave, films cu­rated by An­thony Haughey, and Orig­i­nal Ma­te­rial from the Lim­er­ick Soviet of 1919. From the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion: draw­ings and pho­to­graphs. Lim­er­ick City Gallery of Art Un­til Mar 15 gallery.lim­er­


Artist Note­book Ex­hi­bi­tion 150 artists’ note­books on dis­play. Droichead Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda Ends Feb 23 Cit­i­zen Em­ploy­ing video, pho­tog­ra­phy, text and per­for­mance An­thony Haughey’s project deals with those who “have left their coun­tries of ori­gin”. High­lanes Gallery, Drogheda Un­til Apr 6 high­


Hall of Mir­rors In­ter­ac­tive in­stal­la­tion by Anne Cleary + Dennis Con­nolly. Bal­lina Civic Of­fices, Arran Place Un­til end Feb) bal­li­naarts­cen­ How the Land Lies Land­scape paint­ings by Mairead O’Neill La­her. Áras inis Glu­aire, Bel­mul­let Un­til Mar 2 arasin­is­glu­ No Or­di­nary Fam­ily Ex­hi­bi­tion cen­tring on Zof­fany’s 1764 por­trait of Ge­orge Fitzger­ald. Tur­lough Park House, Castle­bar Un­til Apr


Out of the Mar­vel­lous Com­bin­ing work by mak­ers and po­ets. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre, Na­van Un­til Apr 6 sol­sticearts­cen­tre. com


Into the Light 60 years of the Arts Coun­cil col­lec­tion; Emer McGarry se­lects (Un­til Mar 24). The Model, The Mall, Sligo the­ Not Here and Not There Dream­like prints by Yoko Akino. Hamil­ton Gallery, Sligo Un­til Mar 2 hamil­ton­


Mount Con­greve – A Hid­den Tra­sure Mount Gon­greve Gar­dens painted by Tony Gun­ning. Greyfri­ars Mu­nic­i­pal Gallery Un­til Mar 2 051-849857 Scat­ter­ing – Gath­er­ing By 20ten and guests. Garter Lane Arts Cen­tre Un­til Mar 27 garter­


Bor­rowed Mem­o­ries Works drawn from Imma’s col­lec­tion. Luan Gallery, Athlone Ends Feb 24 090-6442154


Field-notes A cre­ative di­a­logue be­tween artist/writer Iana Bala and poet/play­wright Menna Elfyn. Like Life It­self: 300 pen and ink draw­ings by Gerda Tel­jeur. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre, Corn­mar­ket Ends Feb 23 wex­for­darts­cen­


Bray, Night and Day Mod­el­mak­ing crafts­man­ship. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Bray Un­til Feb 28 mer­maid­arts­cen­ Hero­s­tra­tus Sarah Jayne Booth’s in­stal­la­tion ex­am­ines no­to­ri­ety. Sig­nal Arts Cen­tre, Bray Ends Feb 24 sig­nalarts cen­ Soli­tary Space Joint ex­hi­bi­tion by Kary Mul­lally & Roisin O’ Sul­li­van. Court­house Arts Cen­tre, Ti­na­hely Un­til Mar 21 ti­na­hely-court­ Com­edy list­ings: Brian Boyd bboyd@irish­


Snatch Com­edy Night Im­prov. The Roundy, Corn­mar­ket St Tues 9pm 15 The Laugh­ter Lounge With Wil­lie White plus guests. Eden Quay Fri/Sat 8.30pm 125 Neil De­lamere With De­lamere Mor­tal. Vicar St Fri 8pm 125 City Lim­its Com­edy Club Coburg Street, Cork Fri/Sat 9pm


Com­edy Night In­ter­na­tional Com­edy Club, In­ter­na­tional Bar, Wicklow St Fri/Sat/Sun/Thurs 9pm 18 The Dublin Com­edy Im­prov In­ter­na­tional Bar, Wicklow St Mon 9pm The Bat­tle of the Axe Com­edy and mu­sic. Ha’penny Bridge Inn, Tem­ple Bar Tues/Thurs 9pm 17 An­drew Stan­ley’s Com­edy Mish Mash With sketches, mime and im­prov. In­ter­na­tional Bar, Wicklow St Tues 9pm 15 Robin Ince With the sci­ence­com­edy hy­brid The Im­por­tance of Be­ing In­ter­ested. Sci­ence Gallery, TCD Wed/Thurs 7pm 118 The Com­edy Cel­lar It’s the big 25th an­niver­sary party tonight. In­ter­na­tional Bar, Wicklow St Wed 9pm 18 Capi­tol Com­edy Club Ha’penny Bridge Inn, Welling­ton Quay Wed/Sun 9pm Comic Re­lief Does Dublin Big gala com­edy night in aid of Crum­lin Chil­dren’s Hospi­tal. Comics, mu­si­cians and more. Vicar St Thurs 7.30pm 118 The Laugh­ter Lounge With Colum McDon­nell and guests. Eden Quay Thurs 8.30pm 125 Chil­dren’s list­ings: Sylvia Thompson sthomp­son@irish­


Mon­ster/Clock: A play on time Col­laps­ing Horse The­atre’s tour­ing show about an ap­pren­tice watch­maker (for 7+). Civic The­atre, Tal­laght Fri noon & 7.30pm, Sat 7.30pm 115/110 01-4627477 Na­tional Gallery Fam­ily Time Cre­ative ac­tiv­i­ties for 5-10 year olds and ac­com­pa­ny­ing adults. Na­tional Gallery Sat 3pm Adm free 01-6615133 Lit­tle Red Rid­ing Hood Lam­bert Pup­pet The­atre, Monkstown Sat 3.30pm 113/111 01-2800974 lam­bert­pup­pet the­ Work­shop at the Na­tional Mu­seum Take a closer look at Ro­man coins and cre­ate a new coin based on your own por­trait (for 7-12 year olds). Na­tional Mu­seum of Ire­land – Ar­chae­ol­ogy Sun 3pm Adm free 01-6777444 Dance list­ings: Seona Mac Réamoinn smacreamoinn@irish­


Mixed Bill: Les Bal­let­sTrock­adero de Monte Carlo Al­most 40 years on the hoof,the all­male Trocks con­tinue their play­ful vaudevil­lian pre­sen­ta­tion of clas­si­cal bal­let, in­cludi­ing Swan Lake, and some flut­ter­ing eye­lashes Grand Opera House Tues/Wed 8pm £28/£18 048-90241919


Pageant: Cois­céim Dance The­atre .Ex­pect hu­mour and en­gag­ing per­for­mance in this world pre­miere from David Bol­ger and Muirne Bloomer, who with five other dancers are all on pa­rade, in­spired by life’s ev­ery­day pageantry, and with a score in­clud­ing Bowie and Ravel Project Arts Cen­tre Fri-Thurs 8pm 125/115 01-8819613 The White Piece: John Scott Dance An­other chance to see this mov­ing, in­spi­ra­tional and lib­er­at­ing dance em­a­nat­ing from Scott’s work with the Ir­ish Cen­tre for Sur­viv­iors of Tor­ture, some of whom form part of this unique en­sem­ble. Axis, Bal­ly­mun Wed 8pm 112/110 01-8832100 In Rain­bows: Paperdolls Spirt of the Fringe win­ners, this young ae­rial dance com­pany present the first stage of a new work ex­plor­ing the con­nec­tions be­tween colour, tex­ture and sound. Part of the Col­lab­o­ra­tions 13 fes­ti­val. Smock Al­ley, Fri-Sun 6pm 15 01-6770014 Read­ings list­ings: Cathy Dil­lon cdil­lon@irish­


Ó Bhéal This week’s guest is Kil­dare writer Ni­amh Boyce. And, as usual, there will be an open mic. Hayloft, up­stairs at The Long Val­ley, Winthrop St Mon 9pm Adm free 085-7126299 ob­


Michael Lon­g­ley A read­ing by the poet. A treat for Satur­day lunch – and it’s free. Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land Sat 1.30pm 01-6615133 na­tion­al­ Last Wed­nes­day The Seven Tow­ers agency’s reg­u­lar monthly open mic for po­etry and prose. Twisted Pep­per Café, 54 Mid Abbey St Wed 7-10pm Adm free sev­en­tow­ Read­ings from James Joyce Groups read from and dis­cuss Ulysses and Joyce’s other works in the phar­ma­cy­men­tionedin Ulysses, now a lit­er­ary land­mark. Sweny’s, 1 Lin­coln Pl Mon-Sat Var­i­ous times Adm free


North Beach Po­etry Nights With guest poet Kim­berly Cam­pan­ello, whose first full col­lec­tion, Con­sent, is due from Doire press in May. To en­ter the slam on the night po­ets need two max­i­mum three-minute po­ems. (One to be per­formed with­out a script.) The win­ner gets a bot­tle of wine and en­try to the Grand Slam in De­cem­ber. Crane Bar, Sea Rd Mon 6.30pm 15/13 091-593290


29th Kate O’Brien Week­end “The Best of Times, the Worst of Times” is the theme of this year’s fes­ti­val cel­e­brat­ing the Lim­er­ick­born writer. Ir­ish Am­bas­sador to Uganda Anne Web­ster will give tonight’s open­ing ad­dress; writ­ers Colum McCann, Chris­tine Dwyer Hickey, David Park and Jen­nifer John­ston are among the guests. Var­i­ous venues, Lim­er­ick Fri-Sun ka­teo­brien­week­

TROU­BLE = PROGRESS Mil­len­nium Court Arts Cen­tre, Por­ta­d­own, Co Antrim Un­til Mar 20 mil­len­ni­um­

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