FAM­ILY ART

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RTÉ Con­tempo Quar­tet Ju­nior String Quar­tet Pro­ject. 4pm Adm free 01-6325300

Jörg Ja­cobi (harp­si­chord), Is­rael Golani (the­o­rbo, lute), Sarah Groser (bass), Resurgam/Mark Du­ley. Ve­spri, Baroque mu­sic for Mar­ian Ves­pers from Venice by Mon­fer­rato, Grandi, Rovetta, Mon­teverdi. 6pm 01-4170000

Raphael Wall­fisch (cello), Martin John­son (cello), Adrian Mantu (cello), RTÉ NSO Cello Octet. 7.30pm 01-2013938

SUN­DAY 21 BELFAST

Grimes (vi­olin), Laura Sinnerton (vi­ola). Cham­ber Ba­bies — Live clas­si­cal mu­sic for lit­tle lis­ten­ers. 10.30am, 11.30am (ba­bies free)

Robin Tritschler (tenor), Christo­pher Glynn (pi­ano). Philip Ham­mond: Lament for an Ir­ish Rebel (first per­for­mance); Schu­bert, Hage­man. 3pm

DUBLIN

Kieran Moynihan (flute), Fion­nu­ala Moynihan (pi­ano). Cle­menti: Pi­ano Sonatas in C Op 33 No 3; in D mi­nor Op 40 No 3; Flute Sonata in C Op 21 No 1. noon Adm free 01-2225550

KILKENNY

Robin­son Panoramic Quar­tet. Peter McCarthy, Bene­dict Sch­lep­per-Con­nolly, Fer­gus John­ston, David Knotts, Ray­mond Deane. 4pm

086-1777017

MON­DAY 22 DUBLIN

Regina Nathan. So­pra­nos! 8pm 01-4170000

GAL­WAY

Flung Trio. Bach, Liszt, Kreisler, Pi­az­zolla, Of­fen­bach, plus Klezmer, Edith Piaf songs and more. 8pm Also Thurs, Cork

TUES­DAY 23 DUBLIN

Sergey Schep­kin (pi­ano). Bach/Bu­soni, Beethoven/ Bu­soni, Liszt, Chopin. 8pm 01-4170000

THURS­DAY 25 CORK

Far Flung Trio. See Mon­day, Clif­den. 8pm 021-4215108

DUBLIN

Talk by Michael Grant on Opera, The Art of Ex­trav­a­gance. 1pm Adm free 01-8734333

Carla Huh­ta­nen, Kim Criswell, Louise Dear­man, Lucy Schaufer, Ju­lian Oven­den, Cho­rus, RTÉCO/John Wil­son. Leonard Bern­stein, On Stage and Screen. 8pm 01-4170000

LIM­ER­ICK

Rachel

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RTÉ Con­tempo String Quar­tet. Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

DUBLIN

Will­fred Theatre Com­pany present this mu­si­cal filled with buzzing, singing, danc­ing and fly­ing (aged 6+), Fri-Sun 2pm & 4pm, The Ark, Eus­tace St, Tem­ple Bar 01-6707788 ark.ie The Lambert team tell this clas­sic chil­dren’s tale through pup­petry. Lambert Pup­pet Theatre, Clifton Lane, Monkstown, Co. Dublin Sat/Sun 3.30pm 01-2800974 lam­bert­pup­petthe­atre.com

Kitty Rogers in­vites 4-10 year olds and ac­com­pa­nied adults on board a pirate’s ship in this work­shop, Sat 3pm Na­tional Gallery, Clare St adm free but ar­rive early as Pi­az­zolla: Four for Tango; Kevin Volans: White man sleeps; Dvo­rak: Quar­tet in F Op 96 (Amer­i­can). 6pm

Talk Dreams or Re­al­ity? Richard Wag­ner, The Ring, and the trans­for­ma­tion of Ro­man­ti­cism, by Stu­art Sul­li­van. 7pm 061-331549

Co­lette De­lahunt (so­prano), Anne-Marie O’Far­rell (harp), RTÉ Con­Tempo String Quar­tet, Brendan Be­g­ley (voice), Mick O’Brien (pipes). Bill Whe­lan: State of Light; Dave Flynn: Sto­ries From The Old World; Anne-Marie O’Far­rell: Pomes Penyeach. 8pm 061-774774[/LISTLIGHT] Ai­dan Dunne adunne@irish­times.com

ANTRIM

Chris Wil­son’s land­scape ex­plo­rations em­brace mul­ti­ple view­points and the link be­tween the map and the ter­rain. The Oriel Gallery, Clot­wor­thy House, Ran­dal­stown Road, Antrim Un­til March 3

AR­MAGH

Seem­ingly com­plex geo­met­ric forms re­alised from sim­ple math­e­mat­i­cal be­gin­nings in works by Keith Con­nolly. Mil­len­nium Court Arts Cen­tre, 2 Wil­liam St, Por­ta­d­own Un­til April 2 mil­le­ni­um­court.org

BELFAST

Richard Gor­man cu­rates and casts his net wide, round­ing up works by over 20 artists. Fen­deresky Gallery, 31 North St Un­til Feb 26 fend­eresky­gallery.com num­bers are lim­ited na­tion­al­gallery.ie

An il­lus­tra­tion work­shop with Oisin McCann (aged 10+), Fri 2pm-4pm ad­vanced book­ing re­quired; Sun­day sketch­ing work­shops (aged 4-12) Sun 3pm-4pm adm

First body of work pro­duced in Ire­land by in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned Dutch pho­tog­ra­pher Ber­tien van Ma­nen. Belfast Ex­posed, 23 Done­gall St Un­til March 19 belfas­t­ex­posed.org Site-spe­cific work by He­len O’Leary (Up­per Gallery) La Per­ruque: Fact and fic­tion, sto­ries and mean­ings in work by Ni­amh McCann (Tall Gallery) Other & Father: Mariah Gar­nett ex­plores, un­rav­els, and rein­ter­prets per­sonal and political his­to­ries carved out in Belfast in the early 1970s (Sunken Gallery) The MAC, 10 Ex­change Street West, Belfast Un­til Apr 24 themaclive.com

CAR­LOW

In­stal­la­tions by Yinka Shoni­bare MBE, plus screen­ings of his films and Tadhg O’Sul­li­van’s doc­u­men­tary ‘The Great Wall’ on Fortress Europe. Post Colony: Gareth Kennedy ex­plores Ire­land’s nat­u­ral, in­dus­trial and colo­nial his­to­ries via the in­va­sive Rhodo­den­dron x su­per­pon­ticum. The Plu­ral­ity of Ex­is­tence in the In­fi­nite Ex­panse of Space and Time: Clodagh Emoe. VIS­UAL Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Car­low Un­til June 19 vi­su­al­car­low.ie

CORK

High­light­ing an artist known for his water­colour por­traits (Un­til Apr 9) Wil­liam Hunt - Play­ing the Goat: Two film works, ‘A Mo­ment’s Hes­i­ta­tion’ and ‘Still your­self and calm your boots’ (Ends Feb 20) Craw­ford Art Gallery, Em­met Place craw­for­dart­gallery.ie

Ir­ish and in­ter­na­tional artists who ex­plore ideas of value and eco­nom­ics in their work. Lewis Glucks­man Gallery, UCC Un­til Mar 6 glucks­man.org free Dublin City Gallery: The Hugh Lane, Par­nell Square North, 01-2225564 hugh­lane.ie

KIL­DARE

Theatre Lovett presents this up­beat com­edy ad­ven­ture star­ring Genevieve Hulme Bea­man and Louis Lovett (aged 7+) Fri 2pm & 6pm River­bank Theatre, New­bridge

045-448327 river­bank.ie Also Sun 4pm, Pav­il­ion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire

01-2312929 pavil­ionthe­atre.ie

WICK­LOW

Au­thors Marie-Louise Fitz­patrick, Jane Mitchell and poet Sea­mus Cash­man (left) will speak about and read from Once upon a Place, a col­lec­tion of short sto­ries and po­ems col­lated by Lau­re­ate na nÓg, Eoin Colfer. Thurs 6pm-7.30pm The Happy Pear, Church Road, Grey­stones chil­drens­book­sire­land.ie and word­sire­land.ie Work by mem­bers of the Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Print­mak­ing (Un­til Feb 27) Af­fec­tive En­ti­ties: Ideas of loss, ab­sence and trauma in work by re­cent grad­u­ates Marie Brett, Rachel Doolin, Cas­san­dra Eus­tace, Pauline Gib­bons, Carol Healy, Mol­lie Ann King and Ann Meche­linck. CIT Wan­des­ford Quay Gallery Un­til (March 5-26) ccad-re­search.org/gallery/ Doc­u­men­tary film and ma­te­rial on Field Print­ers in Youghal, es­tab­lished in 1850, by Michael Twomey and Kieran McCarthy of Com­plete Con­trol Films. Triskel Pro­ject Space Un­til March 19 triske­larts­cen­tre.ie Dearbhla Cof­fey, Pauline Gib­bons and An­gela Gil­mour. The Lavit Gallery, 5 Father Mathew St Un­til Feb 26 lav­it­gallery.com Johnny Bu­gler, Rose­lyn Cleary, Si­mon English, Do­minic Fee, Rob Mon­aghan and Sarah O’ Brien show work based on a res­i­dency at Cork Print­mak­ers. Uilinn, West Cork Arts Cen­tre, Sk­ib­bereen Un­til Feb 27 west­corkarts­cen­tre.com

DERRY

Ciara Phillips’ mixed me­dia work is cen­tred on pho­to­graphs taken of the her friends in their places of work. CCA Derry-Lon­don­derry, 10-12 Ar­tillery St Un­til March 12 cca-derry-lon­don­derry.org

DUBLIN

Pho­to­graphs of Dublin by Thomas John­son We­stropp. Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Ar­chive, 45 Mer­rion Square iarc.ie

First col­lab­o­ra­tive show by Felic­ity Clear and He­len Hughes, cu­rated by Brenda McPar­land. Mu­nic­i­pal Gallery, dlr Lex­I­con, Haigh Ter­race, Dun Loaghaire Un­til March 2 dl­r­coco.ie/arts

Re­cent paint­ings by Sinéad Ní Mhaon­aigh. Kevin Ka­vanagh Gallery, Chancery Lane Un­til Feb 27 kevinka­vanagh­gallery.ie

Paint­ings by Mary Breach. The Séa­mus En­nis Arts Cen­tre, Naul, Co. Dublin.Un­til March 18 tseac.ie

32 Years of Stu­dent Work from Dis­tillers Press, NCAD. Na­tional Print Mu­seum, Beg­gars Bush Bar­racks, Hadding­ton Rd Un­til Feb 29 na­tion­al­print­mu­seum.ie

The work of a ne­glected Franco-Rus­sian painter, se­lected by Mer­lin James, whose ‘Meet­ing at the Build­ing’, in­cor­po­rat­ing lit­tle model build­ings, oc­cu­pies Gallery 2. Dou­glas Hyde Gallery, Trin­ity Col­lege Un­til Feb 24 dou­glashy­de­gallery.com

Four mon­u­men­tal can­vases plus sculp­tures by Mick O’Dea re-imag­ine the Easter Ris­ing (Gallery I) Be­fore, Dur­ing, Af­ter...Al­most: David Far­rell’s pho­to­graphs chart Ire­land fol­low­ing the 50th an­niver­sary of the Ris­ing (Gal­leries II & III) The Re­turn: Maeve McCarthy’s char­coal draw­ings re­call her Gle­nageary child­hood (Ash­ford Gallery) Gum Col­lec­tive: 13-artist group present work from a 3-month RHA res­i­dency. Royal Hiber­nian Academy, Gal­lagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place Ends Feb 21 rha­gallery.ie

Two films by Amie Siegel, ‘The Ar­chi­tects’ and ‘Quarry’, delv­ing into the world of ar­chi­tec­tural con­struc­tion and lux­ury real es­tate, with an eye to il­lu­mi­nat­ing the re­la­tion­ships be­tween art, labour and value. Megs Mor­ley cu­rates. Tem­ple Bar Gallery, 5-9 Tem­ple Bar Un­til Apr 2 tem­ple­bar­gallery.com

New work by Brid­get O’Gor­man. The LAB, Fo­ley Street Un­til March 12 the­lab.ie

Group show on love, life draw­ing and the nude. Ori­gin Gallery, 37 Up­per Fitzwilliam St origin­gallery.word­press.com

Joe Mag­ill and Michelle Souter. The Molesworth Gallery, 16 Molesworth St Un­til March 16 molesworth­gallery.com Jesse Jones trans­forms the gallery into a cin­e­matic ex­pe­ri­ence through sound and ar­chi­tec­tural in­ter­ven­tions ad­dress­ing feminism in Ire­land’s art, his­tory and life (Un­til June 26) Re­vi­sions: Julie Mer­ri­man’s work takes the use of draw­ing in ar­chi­tec­ture, en­gi­neer­ing, sci­ence, car­tog­ra­phy and math­e­mat­ics as its start­ing point. Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Par­nell Sq North Un­til April 10 hugh­lane.ie

,Ob­ject mak­ing, col­lect­ing and the place of the ob­ject in fine art to­day in work by Bar­bara Kneze­vic and Tadhg McSweeney. Art­Box, Unit 3, James Joyce Street Un­til March 5

Ge­of­frey Healy, Gareth Jenk­ins, Roseanne Lynch, Ko­hei Nakata, An­thony O Brien, Tom O’Dea, Per­tiwi, Jane Proc­tor, Viki Suther­land, Masashi Suzuki and Kather­ine West. NAG Gallery, Base­ment, 59 Fran­cis St Un­til Feb 27 na­gallery.ie

Works by Siera Hyte. El­lis King, Unit 7, White Swan, Donore Ave Un­til March 5 el­lisk­ing.net

Bar­tosz Kolata’s paint­ings re­call Sophie Scholl and Fritz Hart­nagel, mem­bers of the White Rose re­sistence group ex­e­cuted by the Nazis in 1943. Pal­las Pro­ject, 115-117 The Coombe Un­til Feb 29 pal­laspro­jects.org

Ed­die Kennedy’s new paint­ings draw on the Western Se­aboard. Hills­boro Fine Art, 49 Par­nell Sq West Un­til Mar 19 hills­bo­rofin­eart.com

An ex­hi­bi­tion built around Stephen’s first-per­son ac­count, ‘The In­sur­rec­tion in Dublin’, in­clud­ing works by Paul Henry, Sir John Lav­ery, Sir Wil­liam Or­pen and Jack B. Yeats (Un­til Apr 24) Pathos of Dis­tance: A new work by Sarah Pierce in­cor­po­ra­tion doc­u­men­tary im­ages of the Ir­ish di­as­pora (Un­til May 1) Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land, Clare St na­tion­al­gallery.ie

Sur­vey show in­clud­ing three new film com­mis­sions, by Grace Weir (Un­til Mar 6) Nick Miller: In the Stu­dio of Ed­ward McGuire (Un­til April 12) Ap­proaches to Pa­per: How artists use pa­per, witha fo­cus on sculp­tor Bill Woodrow (Un­til April 3) Ir­ish Mu­seum of Mod­ern Art, The Royal Hos­pi­tal, Kil­main­ham imma.ie

Paint­ings by He­len O’Sul­li­van Tyrrell. Solomon Fine Art, Balfe St Un­til March 5 solomon­fin­eart.ie

Núria Güell ex­plores tax avoid­ance, bor­row­ing strate­gies from large multi-na­tional cor­po­ra­tions. Pro­ject Arts Cen­tre, 39 East Es­sex St, Tem­ple Bar Un­til March 19 pro­jec­tarts­cen­tre.ie

Paint­ing by Jan Pleit­ner, an artist new to the gallery, whose work is in­flu­enced by sci­ence fic­tion. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, South Anne St Un­til Mar 10

Set of rare mid-17th cen­tury Ja­panese scrolls on dis­play af­ter ma­jor con­ser­va­tion work. Ch­ester Beatty Li­brary, Dublin Cas­tle cbl.ie

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