Sirius Arts Centre presents French Chanteuse, Caroline Moreau, performing songs from her new album Amour, Toujours, etc Tickets are €15 and we still have some available. For a sample of her terrific voice you can take a look at here!
To book contact us at: 021 481 3790 for more on what’s coming up at Sirius please visit our website at http://www.siriusartscentre.ie
Special opening reception guest speaker, Director of Belfast Photo Festival, Michael Weir
Featuring works by: Patrick Hogan, Jo Metson Scott, Dominic Hawgood, Hirohito Nomoto, Lydia Glodblatt, Marleen Sleuwits, Dragana Jurisic, Jinkyun Ahn, Kalpesh Lathigra, Ruthie Brownfield and Annabel Elgar.
Selections from the Juried Group Show featured at Belfast Photo Festival in June 2013 at the second edition of this Biannual event. Initially selected by Jurors: Alec Soth (Magnum Photographer), Brett Rodgers (The Photographers Gallery, London), Donovan Wylie (Magnum Photographer) and professor Paul Seawright (Head of Art, University of Ulster).
Running until Sunday 23 February 2014
Cobh, County Cork
Opening Saturday 14 September 14:00
This exhibition runs until Sunday 20 October 2013
For more information on Roger Ballen please visit his website at: www.rogerballen.com
Wed – Fri 11AM – 1PM & 2PM – 5PM/ Sat and Sun 2pm – 5pm/Mon & Tues CLOSED.
Palu Tiernan Returns to Sirius Arts Centre with the fabulous Marja Gaynor for one night only – his last album was described as “unexpectedly gorgeous!” by Irish Music Magazine Hot Press and is no understatement!! One of Ireland’s most subtle and hypnotic songwriters, this is one night not to be missed! — Tickets €10 – tickets available on the door!
TICKETS €20 each
All Proceeds to Benefit Sirius Arts Centre
Martin Hayes is regarded as one of the most extraordinary talents to emerge in the world of Irish traditional music. His unique sound, his mastery of his chosen instrument – the violin – his acknowledgement of the past and his shaping of the future of the music, combine to create an astonishing and formidable artistic intelligence.
Dennis Cahill is a master guitarist, a native of Chicago born to parents from the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. He studied at the city’s prestigious Music College before becoming an active member of the local music scene. Cahill’s spare, essential accompaniment to Martin Hayes’ fiddle is acknowledged as a major breakthrough for guitar in the Irish tradition
Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill met in Chicago in the 1980s. They formed the jazz/rock/fusion band, Midnight Court, which allowed them to experiment with a variety of new music styles. When Martin reclaimed his traditional roots, reinvigorated, and after recording two solo albums, he began a new musical relationship with Cahill, beginning with the lyrical music of East Clare.
This is one tremendous night of music you won’t want to miss!
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(012) 481-3790 or via email at: email@example.com
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Kane Do’s work centers around the issue of personal identity.
Things Left is, in part, made up of a project created while Kane Do was in Residence in the Sirius Arts Centre for October – November 2011. During that time he collaborated with students from the Crawford College of Art and Design to create works which deal with the theme of personal identity.
The work comprising Things Left were organized and laid out in a way that utilizes the gallery space in a unique way, which was an easy task for Kane as he was quite familiar with the space from his residency in 2011.
Here are some shots of the installation process.
Kane was born in Vietnam and moved to the United States as a child. He moved between cities, studying in Portland, Oregan and lived in New York City for a time. He is currently based in Berlin. Kane gave a talk in the Crawford College of Art and Design on Thursday 31st January, on a short break from installing his work, to explain the concept behind his work.
Displacement is a key factor in Kane’s work which he described as being conceptual for the most part. What gives us identity? What constitutes personal identity? Is it our citizenship papers? Our passports? Our race? Culture? Our material belongings? Having been on residency in various places like Finland, Ireland, Japan, etc, Kane’s work has changed in practice and his choice of materials reflect the situations he finds himself immersed in.
After a very successful opening on 1st Feb Things Left will run until Sunday 3 March.