FAM­ILY ART

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT -

Corigliano: The Sal­ley Gar­dens; Ned Rorem: To a young girl; O do not love me too long; Low­ell Lieber­mann: A Poet to His Beloved. 3pm 01-4170000 Soundweave . Wil­liam Brooks: Ever­last­ing Voices. 6pm 01-4170000 Fer­gal Caulfield (or­gan), Dún Laoghaire Choral So­ci­ety/David Bro­phy. Couperin: Messe pour les Cou­vents; Du­mont/Guil­mant: Messe dite du VIe ton; Gounod: Si­cut cervus; Du­parc: Bened­i­cat vo­bis Domi­nus; Mes­si­aen: O sacrum con­vivium; Mes­si­aen: Trans­ports de joie. 8pm 087-9048190 Lynda Lee (so­prano), Wil­liam Dow­dall (flute), Simon Aspell (vi­ola), An­dreja Malir (harp). Tavener: To a Child Danc­ing in the Wind. 8.30pm 01-4170000

TUES­DAY 16 BELFAST

Emil Jona­son (clar­inet), UO/Jur­jen Hem­pel. Grainger: Mol­loy on the Shore; Shep­herd’s Hey; Colo­nial Spring; Os­valdo Goli­jov: Sidereus; The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind. 2pm Adm free 0044-3709011227

DUBLIN

Colm “Stride” O’Brien (pi­ano), Michael Shan­ley (racon­teur), Eithne Shan­ley (singer). James Joyce — A Mu­si­cal Tale of Three Cities, Dublin, Paris, New York. 1pm Adm free 01-8734333

Clara Daly Don­nel­lan (trom­bone), RTÉ NSO/Gavin Maloney. We­ber: Freis­chütz Over­ture; Ro­mance; Jo­plin: The En­ter­tainer; Maple Leaf Rag; Rag­time Dance; Pryor: Thoughts of Love; Sousa: Sem­per Fidelis; Stars and Stripes For­ever. 1.05pm 01-4170000

Rita Con­nolly (vo­cals), John Fin­u­cane (clar­inet), Gerry O’Beirne (gui­tar), Eoin Be­g­ley (ac­cor­dion, con­certina), Brian Con­nor (pi­ano), Noel Ec­cles (per­cus­sion)/David Bro­phy. Shaun Davey: Nora Bar­na­cle (first per­for­mance). 8pm

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WED­NES­DAY 17 DUBLIN

Aoife Gib­ney (so­prano), Ju­lian Hub­bard (tenor), Ni­amh Fal­lon (vi­o­lin), David O’Shea (pi­ano), Il Coro Ital­iano di Dublin/Cathy Walsh. Mu­si­cal Risotto. 7pm (in­cludes wine & fin­ger food) 01-2875767

LIM­ER­ICK

Sing Out With Strings, ICO. Magic Car­pet. noon 061-331549

Stu­art O’Sul­li­van (pi­ano). Beethoven: Sonata in C mi­nor Op 111; Chopin: Bal­lade No 1. 1.15pm Adm free 061-310293

THURS­DAY 18 CORK

Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

DUBLIN

Bra­nar Teater do Phaisti and Teater Re­flek­sion are on tour with this show, based on the book by Oliver Jef­fers, Tues 10am & noon Civic Theatre, Tal­laght 01-4627477 civicthe­atre.ie Chil­dren aged 4-10 can join in th­ese cre­ative ac­tiv­i­ties, Sat 3pm Na­tional Gallery, Clare St, adm free no book­ing re­quired 01-6633518

LAOIS

Bra­nar Teater do Phaisti and Teater Re­flek­sion are on tour with this show, based on the book by Oliver Jef­fers, Wed 7pm /Thurs noon. Du­na­maise Arts Cen­tre, Church St, Port­laoise 057-8663355

ROSCOM­MON

Events this week­end in­clude The Way Back Home, Sat 11.30am and The Magic Book­shop from Mon­keyshine Sinéad O’Hal­lo­ran (cello), Conor Pal­liser (pi­ano). Bach: Cello Suite No 3 in C; De­bussy: Cello Sonata; Dvo­rak: Rondo Op 94; Pop­per: Hungarian Rhap­sody. 1.10pm 086-7397722 Ai­dan Dunne adunne@irish­times.com

BELFAST

Con­tem­po­rary fig­u­ra­tive paint­ing cu­rated by Peter burns, with John Al­bert Duige­nan, Aileen Mur­phy and Sheila Ren­nick. Fen­deresky Gallery, 31 North St un­til June 20 fend­eresky­gallery.com

CAR­LOW

Known for his in­ci­sive hu­mour, Bed­wyr Wil­liams’ dio­rama in­stal­la­tion, set in a for­est clear­ing, and film en­vis­age a dystopian fu­ture (Main Gallery). Post - Elec­tric: Gimme More, Ex­change (AR) and Data­base (Dig­i­tal, Lobby and Foyer spa­ces). AIB Éigse Open Sub­mis­sion: Se­lected by Lewis Biggs (Link and Stu­dio Gallery) VIS­UAL Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Old Dublin Road, Car­low Un­til Sep 13 vi­su­al­car­low.ie

CLARE

New ab­stract paint­ings by Richard Hearns. The Gallery, Bur­ren Col­lege of Art, Bal­ly­vaughan Un­til July 4 bur­ren­col­lege.ie

CORK

Aes­thetic Logic: A project by Marie Fo­ley, cu­rated by Jobst Theatre Com­pany (bring gen­tly used books to swap), Sat 10.20am, 11am, 11.40am, 1pm, 1.40pm & 2.20pm Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre, Roscom­mon 0906-625824 roscom­monarts­cen­tre.ie

SLIGO

A day-long street cel­e­bra­tion Graeve. Link Gallery, Triskel Arts Cen­tre Un­til Nov 2015 triske­larts­cen­tre.ie

End of year show by CCAD Third Year stu­dents in Art & De­sign. Cork Air­port Un­til June 28 New work on ‘Map­ping, power and per­cep­tion’, cu­rated by In­grid Swen­son (Gibson Gal­leries ends June 13) Vivi­enne Roche, Head to Head: Roche cu­rates a show of sculp­tural heads (Un­til Sep 25) Craw­ford Art Gallery, Em­met Place craw­for­dart­gallery.ie

25th an­niver­sary by Back­wa­ter Artists Group. CIT Wan­des­ford Quay Gallery Un­til June 20 ccad-re­search.org/gallery/

In­clud­ing Stephen Lawlor, Janet Mullar­ney, Joe Wil­son and many more. Catherine Ham­mond Gallery, Glen­gar­iff, West Cork Un­til mid-June ham­mondgallery.com

How vis­ual artists use tex­tiles, ta­pes­try, ap­plique and em­broi­dery to ad­dress ideas of so­ci­ety, pol­i­tics, gen­der and iden­tity. Anni Al­bers, Grayson Perry, Sarah Browne and many more. Lewis Glucks­man Gallery, UCC Un­til July 5 glucks­man.org

Shad­ows thrown by the text, Louis le Broc­quy. LHQ Gallery, County Li­brary Build­ing, Car­ri­gro­hane Rd

By Space­lab, aka Clau­dia Flach in hon­our of Yeats 150th birth­day in­cludes street per­for­mances by Cil­lian Rogers of Work­house Stu­dios, Luxe and Branch­ing Out Theatre Group, Li­ly­lolly Craft fest demon­stra­tions and work­shops and one gi­ant birth­day cake (above), Sat 2pm-7pm O’Con­nel St, Sligo adm free Grad­u­ates in fine and ap­plied arts ex­h­bi­tion. CIT Craw­ford Col­lege of Art and De­sign, Sharman Craw­ford St June 13-20 cit­de­gree­ex­hi­bi­tions.com

DERRY/LON­DON­DERRY

Let­ter­press-set text pieces, pho­to­graphs and a re­con­struc­tion of ‘The Lost Project’ by Sue Mor­ris. Ver­bal Arts Cen­tre, Sta­ble Lane Un­til July 1 048-71266946

DUBLIN

Paint­ings by Noel McKenna. Mother’s tanksta­tion, 41-43 Watling St, Usher’s Is­land Un­til July 4 moth­er­stanksta­tion.com

Fares Fares’ pho­to­graphs of the French Riviera in 2007. Al­liance Française in Dublin, 1 Kil­dare St Un­til June 16 al­liance-fran­caise.ie

Pádraic Reaney’s paint­ings in­spired by WB Yeats’ Crazy Jane po­ems. Sol Art Gallery, 8 Daw­son St Un­til June 18

Re­cent prho­to­graphic se­ries and a new film, ‘Luanda Kin­shasa.’ (Un­til Sep 20) Etel Ad­nan: Paint­ings and other works by the renowned poet-painter (Unitl Sep 13) Gerda Frömel : A Ret­ro­spec­tive. Wel­come sur­vey of a highly re­garded modernist sculp­tor (Un­til July 5) Karla Black: Seven new works by a renowned, ver­sa­tile sculp­tor

TIP­PER­ARY

Lyngo Theatre presents this imag­i­na­tive show pro­duced by Mar­cello Chiarenza with Cbee­bies pre­sen­ter Pa­trick “Wink” Lynch, Sat 2pm & 4pm Source Arts Cen­tre, Thurles 0504-90204 the­sourcearts­cen­tre.ie

The chang­ing mean­ings of home. Science Gallery, Trinity Col­lege, Pearse St sci­ence­gallery.com

Col­lab­o­ra­tive works. Ori­gin Gallery, 37 Up­per Fitzwilliam St Un­til June 26 01-6629347 Trib­ute fo­cus­ing on Lane as a pa­tron of living artists (Un­til Oct 4) Wreck­age in May: Film tril­ogy by De­clan Clarke on the ef­fects of in­dus­tri­al­i­sa­tion and moder­nity in Europe (Un­til Sep 13) Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Par­nell Sq North hugh­lane.ie

See Seven Days. DIT fine art and de­sign grad­u­ates (Ends June 13) Dublin School of Cre­ative Arts, Grange­gor­man. The Photography Grad­u­ate Ex­hi­bi­tion is at the Na­tional Pho­to­graphic Ar­chive, Tem­ple Bar (Un­til June 28) dit.ie

Lith­o­graphs of Matisse’s cel­e­brated cut-outs, pub­lished by Téri­ade in 1958. Mu­nic­i­pal Gallery, dlr Lex­I­con, Dun Laoghaire Un­til July 4 dl­r­coco.ie/arts

Three artists: San­dro Chia, Enzo Cuc­chi and Michael War­ren. Hills­boro Fine Art, 49 Par­nell Sq West Un­til July 4 hills­bo­rofin­eart.com

See Seven Days. De­gree and

Neil and Annabel McCarthy’s solid tim­ber fur­ni­ture and paint­ings by Sch­nei­der. Oliver Sears Gallery, 29 Molesworth St Un­til June 25 oli­v­ersears­gallery.com

Ber­nadette Doolan’s work re­mem­bers the 196 chil­dren who died in the care of the state in the firsts decade of the cen­tury. Cop­per House Gallery, St Kevin’s Cot­tages, Synge St Un­til June 23 the­cop­per­house­gallery.com

Ly­dia Ou­rah­mane. El­lis King, Unit 7, White Swan, Donore Ave Un­til June 27 el­lisk­ing.net

De­sign show. Solomon Fine Art, Balfe St & Port­fo­lio@ Solomon, Unit 2, West­bury Mall Un­til July 4 solomon­fin­eart.ie

Aca­demi­cians, in­vited artists - in­clud­ing Tracey Emin - and work se­lected from open sub­mis­sion. Royal Hiber­nian Academy, Gal­lagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place Un­til Aug 9 rha­gallery.ie See Seven Days. Ma­jor group show on how we leave warn­ings for the fu­ture in the light of hu­man im­pact on the planet. Project Arts Cen­tre, 39 East Es­sex St Un­til Aug 1 pro­jec­tarts­cen­tre.ie Mark­ing the 150th an­niver­sary of the restora­tion of St Pa­trick’s. Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Ar­chive, 45 Mer­rion Sq Un­til Sep 4 iarc.ie

70th birth­day ex­hi­bi­tion with works from 1980-200 and the last decade (Un­til Sep 20) Plus works from the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion. Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land na­tion­al­gallery.ie

Land­scape paint­ings by Neal Greig and Jock Ni­chol. The Door­way Gallery, 24 South Fred­er­ick St Un­til June 22 the­do­or­way­gallery.com

KILKENNY

Pho­to­graphs, 1983-2014, with a lyri­cal, hu­man­ist spirit. But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle Un­til Jun 21 but­ler­gallery.co

LIM­ER­ICK

The Ir­ish So­ci­ety of Botan­i­cal Artists. The Hunt Mu­seum, Rut­land St Un­til June 28 hunt­mu­seum.com

Felic­ity Clear, Anita Groener, Pamela Dunne and the School of Ar­chi­tec­ture in the Uni­ver­sity of Lim­er­ick (SAUL) (Unitl July 26). Act of Por­trayal: 14 Artists from Lim­er­ick’s nu­mer­ous Stu­dios are in­vited to re­spond to their own se­lec­tion from the Na­tional Self Por­trait Col­lec­tion (NSPC), held at the Uni­ver­sity of Lim­er­ick’s cam­pus (Un­til July 26). Shadow Light: Gavin Hogg,

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