FAM­ILY ART

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Sancta Maria; Mater Dei; Alma Dei Creatoris; Haydn: Missa in Tem­pore Belli. 8pm

MAYO

Anne-Marie Gib­bons (mezzo so­prano), Owen Gil­hooly (tenor), Liz Nolan (pre­sen­ter), Bal­lina Cham­ber Choir, Cór Mhaigh Eo, Dún Laoghaire Cho­ral So­ci­ety, RTÉCO/David Bro­phy. Pa­trick Cas­sidy: El­egy Suite for 1916; Karl Jenk­ins: The Armed Man. 8pm (restricted view), 094-9023040

SUN­DAY 15 DUBLIN

Van­brugh String Quar­tet. Beethoven: Quar­tet in D Op 18 No 3; Grosse Fuge; Quar­tet in F Op 59 No 1. 3pm 01-4170000

Puc­cini: La Bo­hème. See Fri­day. 7.30pm 01-4170000

GAL­WAY

Talk by Siob­hán Arm­strong on From Brid­get O’Cathain to Char­lotte Mil­li­gan Fox, Women in Ir­ish Harp­ing, 17t-19th Cen­tury. 1pm Adm free

Early Ir­ish Harp Taster Work­shop with Siob­hán Arm­strong and the His­tor­i­cal Harp So­ci­ety of Ire­land. 2pm

He­len Has­sett (so­prano), Ja­cob Her­ing­man (lute), Sarah Groser (viol), An­drew Robin­son (viol), Malachy Robin­son (bass viol), Laoise O’Brien (recorders), Pa­trick Goy­vaerts, Deb­bie Wright (ac­tors). Lady of Sor­rows — works by Josquin, de la Rue, Brumel. 4pm

KILKENNY

Miriam Kac­zor (flute), Christo­pher Quaid (vi­olin), Ross Mad­den (guitar), RIAM SO/Gavin Maloney. Rei­necke: Flute Con­certo in D Op 283; Wieni­awski: Vi­olin Con­certo No 2; Nigel West­lake: Guitar Suite, Antarc­tica. 4pm 086-1777017

MON­DAY 16 DUBLIN

RTÉ NSO/Gavin Maloney. Com­poser Lab — new works by Amanda Feery, Eric Skyt­ter­holm Egan and Scott McLaugh­lin. 1.05pm Adm free 01-4170000

TUES­DAY 17 DUBLIN

Miriam Kac­zor (flute), Christo­pher Quaid (vi­olin), Ro­nan Dikker (per­cus­sion), Ross Mad­den (guitar), Rónán Scar­lett (per­cus­sion), RIAM Per­cus­sion Ensem­ble/Richard O’Don­nell, RIAM SO/Gavin Maloney. 8pm 01-4170000

LIM­ER­ICK

Puc­cini: La Bo­hème. See Fri­day, Dublin. 8pm 061-774774

WED­NES­DAY 18 LIM­ER­ICK

David Si­mon (or­gan). Si­mon Pre­ston: Al­leluyas; Bed­nall: Ada­gio; Briggs: Clair de lune; Lau­rin: Étude héroïque. Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

DUBLIN

Th­ese fam­ily work­shops en­cour­age chil­dren and ac­com­pa­nied adults to join in cre­ative ac­tiv­i­ties. Sat 3pm Na­tional Gallery, Clare St adm free na­tion­al­gallery.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 1.15pm Adm free 061-310293

THURS­DAY 19 WEX­FORD

Puc­cini: La Bo­hème. See Fri­day, Dublin. 8pm 053-9122144 Ai­dan Dunne adunne@irish­times.com

AR­MAGH

The 1980s re­vis­ited by X-Ray Au­dio (Stephen Coates and Paul Heart­field), Nadège Mériau, Mhairi Suther­land, Fiona Hes­sion, Siob­han Mcgib­bon and John Smith. Gre­gory McCart­ney cu­rated. Mil­len­nium Court Arts Cen­tre, Wil­liam St, Por­ta­d­own Un­til May 25 mil­len­ni­um­court.org

BELFAST

Box­ing: Larry Fink and Richard Wade. Other Spa­ces: Jo Longhurst. Freestyle: Rickay Adam, Char­lotte Thomas and Richard Gil­li­gan. Plus in­ter­ac­tive work­shops for young peo­ple. An­drews Gallery, Ti­tanic Belfast, Queen’s Road Un­til May 30 belfast­photofes­ti­val.com

The 55 shortlisted en­tries, se­lected from 2,748, in­clud­ing the over­all win­ner Batan Ben-Cnaan. Ul­ster Mu­seum, Botanic Gar­dens Un­til June 12 nmni.com

Laura O’Con­nor per­forms the char­ac­ter of Sweet­Heart, ‘an over­con­sumer of the ‘girl’ con­cept’ over six weeks. Queen St Stu­dios Gallery, 31-33 Bed­ford St Un­til May 28 queen­street­stu­dios.net

CAR­LOW

In­stal­la­tions by Yinka Shoni­bare MBE, plus screen­ings of his films and Tadhg O’Sul­li­van’s doc­u­men­tary ‘The Great The fi­nals of this schools com­pe­ti­tion which sought out songs that cel­e­brated the mul­ti­cul­tural Ire­land of 2016; seven songs from pri­mary school stu­dents and seven from sec­ondary stu­dents take part in this gala con­cert, Sun 6.30pm Na­tional Con­cert Hall, Earls­fort Ter­race, 01-4170000 nch.ie 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, Car­low Un­til June 19 vi­su­al­car­low.ie

CLARE

24 prints and an artist’s book of nat­u­rally oc­cur­ing min­eral de­posits from the Black Cave in the Bur­ren, by Cath Tay­lor. Kin­vara Court­house Ends May 15 theartist­cath­tay­lor.com

Two shows, Chang­ing Shad­ows and Be­yond the Lines, re­spec­tively. The Court­house Gallery, Par­lia­ment St, En­nisty­mon Un­til June 2 the­court­house­gallery.com

CORK

See Seven Days. Lewis Glucks­man Gallery, Univer­sity Col­lege Cork Un­til July 3 glucks­man.org 25 large new wall pieces and sculp­tures ex­plor­ing Cor­mac Boy­dell’s per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ence of ‘Ir­ish­ness’. Cather­ine Hammond Gallery, 61 Bridge St, Sk­ib­bereen Un­til June 2 ham­mondgallery.com See Seven Days. Com­mis­sioned by Larry Lambe, fea­tur­ing artists in­clud­ing Alice Ma­her, Robert Bal­lagh, Rita Duffy, Michael Coady and David Lil­burn (Un­til Au­gust 13) Rakoczy’s March: A film by Elaine Byrne (Un­til July 9) Craw­ford Art Gallery, Em­met Place craw­for­dart­gallery.ie So­cial gath­er­ings in ide­alised land­scapes in paint­ings by Colin Crotty. Sir­ius Arts Cen­tre, Cobh May 15-June 12 sir­iusarts­cen­tre.ie In­ter­ac­tive work­shops in drum­ming, singing and jazz for all the fam­ily (above). Sat 10.30am-1.30pm. Na­tional Con­cert Hall, Earls­fort Ter­race, (ar­rive early to join in the 50-minute long work­shops) 01-4170000 nch.ie

Cork Print­mak­ers Johnny Bugler, Con­all Cary, Do­minic Fee and Fiona Kelly col­lab­o­rate with Tuomas Hal­livuo, Naoji Ishiyama, Aino Kaa­rina and Jyrki Markka­nen of Ratamo Cen­tre for Print­mak­ing and Pho­tog­ra­phy, Fin­land. CIT Wan­des­ford Quay Gallery Un­til May 29 ccad-re­search.org/ gallery/

DUBLIN

Two shows. In Per­form­ing NGI.988, Beattie fo­cuses on the restora­tion of Jan Wyck’s 1693 paint­ing ‘The Bat­tle of the Boyne’. For her ex­hi­bi­tion, So Through the Singing Land He Passed, Mac Ma­hon in­vites five emerg­ing artists to make work in re­sponse to lit­tle-known mod­ernist Maimie Camp­bell’s 1929 paint­ing The Death of Cúchu­lainn: Conor Dowl­ing, So­phie Pren­der­gast, Michael-John Cervi, Emma O’Brien and Caoimh­seach Ní Lamhna. The Lab, Fo­ley St Un­til June 12

Mak­ing sense of the world, in Vera Klute’s ex­cep­tional work. Molesworth Gallery, 16 Molesworth St Un­til June 10 molesworth­gallery.com

Paint­ings. The Easter Snow Gallery, Séa­mus En­nis Arts Cen­tre, Naul Through May tseac.ie

New paint­ings. Solomon Fine Art, Balfe St Un­til May 28 solomon­fin­eart.ie

The theme is a cel­e­bra­tion of 100 years of Ir­ish lit­er­a­ture. Con­course Gallery, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire County Hall Un­til May 21 dublin­paintin­gands­ketch­ing­club.ie

A site-spe­cific in­stal­la­tion by Maggie Mad­den. Mother’s Tanksta­tion, Ush­ers Is­land Un­til May 23 moth­er­stanksta­tion.com

Lav­ery’s mon­u­men­tal paint­ing of Case­ment’s ap­peal and re­lated works from the col­lec­tion (Un­til Oc­to­ber 2) Our Kind: Alan Phelan’s short film imag­ines a fu­ture for Case­ment if he had not been ex­e­cuted (Un­til Oc­to­ber 2) No More Fun and Games: 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) What’s What in a Mir­ror: Liam Gil­lick (Un­til Septem­ber 25) The Artist as Wit­ness in So­ci­ety: Col­lec­tion (Un­til 2 Oc­to­ber) Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Par­nell Sq North hugh­lane.ie

De­clan Clarke’s new film uses the di­ver­sity of Trin­ity Col­lege’s ar­chi­tec­ture as back­drop and metaphor for 100 years of Ir­ish his­tory. Tem­ple Bar Gallery, 5-9 Tem­ple Bar Un­til June 18 tem­ple­bar­gallery.com

Void and pres­ence in pho­tographs by Erin Quinn. Tal­bot Gallery, 51 Tal­bot St tal­bot­gallery.com Post-con­ser­va­tion dis­play of a rare 16th cen­tury Qur’an by Ruzbi­han. Ch­ester Beatty Li­brary, Dublin Cas­tle Un­til Au­gust 28 cbl.ie

Prime ex­am­ples from one of the finest Leonardo col­lec­tions (Un­til July 17) James Stephens, The Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land and the 1916 Ris­ing: 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 June 5) Pathos of Dis­tance: A new work by Sarah Pierce in­cor­po­ra­tion doc­u­men­tary im­ages of the Ir­ish di­as­pora (Un­til June 26) Euro­pean Art 1850-1950: 70 High­lights from the col­lec­tion (Mil­len­nium Wing) Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land, Clare St na­tion­al­gallery.ie 1916 Com­mem­o­ra­tive project through print­mak­ing. Stu­dio Theatre, Level 1, Dun Laoghaire

Kathrine Geoghe­gan’s stud­ies of wild flow­ers on four sites cru­cial to the Easter Ris­ing. United Arts Club, 3 Fitzwilliam St Up­per Un­til May 28 irish­land­scape.ie

Ex­ten­sive sur­vey of the work of an un­ortho­dox Ital­ian artist (Un­til Au­gust 1) Pa­trick Hen­nessy, De Pro­fundis: Sur­vey of the work of a pop­u­lar though of­ten over­looked Ir­ish pain­ter (Un­til June 24) IMMA Col­lec­tion, A Decade: Works by Wil­lie Doherty, Ni­amh O’Mal­ley, Eva Roth­schild, Dorothy Corss and more (Un­til Jan­uary 2017) Ir­ish Mu­seum of Modern Art, The Royal Hospi­tal, Kil­main­ham imma.ie

Ar­chi­tec­tural per­cep­tion though sculp­tural form in new work by Cor­ban Walker. Hills­boro Fine Art, 49 Par­nell Sq West Un­til May 28 hills­bo­rofin­eart.com Michael Can­ning’s paint­ings ‘con­sider hi­er­ar­chies, the re­la­tion­ships be­tween im­agery and its mean­ings, mat­ter and its trans­for­ma­tions, his­tory, me­mory and fact.’ Oliver Sears Gallery, Un­til June 16 oli­v­ersears­gallery.com

Works by nearly 400 artists. Royal Hiber­nian Ac­cademy, Gal­lagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place Un­til June 11 rha­gallery.ie

An ex­plo­ration of the role of prin­ters ac­tive in 1916 and the cen­tral role of printed me­dia in shap­ing the im­age and mean­ing of the Ris­ing. Na­tional Print Mu­seum, Beg­gars Bush Bar­racks, Hadding­ton Rd, Balls­bridge Un­til Septem­ber na­tion­al­print­mu­seum.ie

From Dún Laoghaire-Rath­down Co Coun­cil’s Con­tem­po­rary Art Col­lec­tion, by Damien Flood, Julie Mer­ri­man, Mark Clare, Dara McGrath, Dorothy Cross, Linda Plun­kett, Michael Du­rand, Justin Larkin, Colin Martin. The Gallery, Mill Theatre Dun­drum, Dun­drum Town Cen­tre Un­til June 30 millthe­atre.ie

Una Gildea, Ben Reyer, An­drei Stra­chov, Kuro­moon, Ker­stin Stephan, Sonja Ga­jic, Anna Lewen­haupt, Sean O’Neill, Sil­via Luz and Agustín Power. Gallery X, 65 South Wil­liam St Un­til May 21 galleryx.ie

A sur­vey show of the work of Mer­lin James to date. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, South Anne St Un­til June 25 ker­lin.ie

Two video works by Elaine Byrne, Pure Codol­ogy and Rakoczy March, plus 24 works on pa­per. Kevin Ka­vanagh Gallery, Chancery Lane Un­til May 28 kevinka­vanagh­gallery.ie

GAL­WAY

Seven artists from KCAT Stu­dios, Cal­lan, Kilkenny, Thomas Bar­ron, De­clan Byrne, Mary Cody, Sinéad Fa­hey, Fer­gus Fitzger­ald, Karl Fitzger­ald and An­drew Pike. Gal­way Arts Cen­tre, 47 Do­minick St Ends May 14 gal­wa­yarts­cen­tre.ie

KILKENNY

Draw­ings, video and sil­hou­ette in­stal­la­tions by Anita Groener ex­plor­ing per­cep­tions and re­al­i­ties of mi­grants and refugees. But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle Un­til June 12 but­ler­gallery.com

LAOIS

Maria O’Brien’s land­scapes are in­spired by pho­tog­ra­phy from so­cial me­dia. Laois Art­house Gallery, Strad­bally Un­til June 3 art­soff@laois­coco.ie

LEITRIM

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