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St. Patrick’s Day 2022 event guide

St. Patrick's Day 2022 event guide

With the first St. Patrick’s Day to take place in two years upon us, where are the best places to celebrate the craic? Read on to see…

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TedFest is back on March 3rd-6th 2022 Inis Mór AKA Craggy Island

TedFest is back from Thursday March 3rd to Sunday March 6th 2022 as Inis Mór in the Aran Islands becomes the legendary ‘Craggy Island’ once more for a weekend of high-jinx. Visitors will enjoy all the ecumenical craic that Craggy […]

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Little hero Adam King celebrates Rare Disease Day

Little hero Adam King celebrates Rare Disease Day

Our favourite little fighter Adam King was celebrating Rare Disease Day in the best way possible!!

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On Steady Ground/Unsteady Ground

Located at the Municipal Gallery, dlr Lexicon, Dún Laoghaire and running until March 13, On Steady Ground/Unsteady Ground is a collaborative exhibition by artists Cora Cummins and Saoirse Higgins – awardees of a Visual Art Commission from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County […]

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MOLI 2022 young writers bursary

The museum of Literature Ireland (MOLI) has just announced an exciting new venture for young writers across the country. The Edna O’Brien Young Writers Bursary will be a five day immersive programme for fifteen students from all over Ireland.

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I Wish STEM showcase to empower girls in STEM

I Wish STEM showcase to empower girls in STEM

The 10th of February will be marked as an important date in the calendars of 15,000 female students across the globe. The 2022 I Wish STEM conference is set for that date and the free, internationally acclaimed showcase is intended to inspire and encourage teenage girls interested in a career in STEM science. Girls across Ireland are encouraged to sign up via iwish.ie/register.

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OFFline Film Fest now accepting film submissions

Are you a film student, graduate or just enthusiastic about creating cinema magic? If so, OFFline Film Festival are now calling for submissions of films made by first time directors, writers and producers.

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Built This Way BIAS – exhibition that aims to expose bias in AI

B.J. Quinn Following the easing of lockdown restrictions, the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin reopened its doors to the public last October with a launch party for BIAS: Built This Way — a free, interactive, wholly thought-provoking exhibition that […]

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Painting & Memory Jack B. Yeats celebrated at The National Gallery of Ireland

B.J. Quinn “No one creates. The artist assembles memories.” – Jack B. Yeats Coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the birth of one of Ireland’s most important artists, The National Gallery of Ireland is hosting an exhibition exploring the role […]

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Feeling Festive in the Christmas (F)air…

Louise Whelan If you can imagine Christmas spirit as a wonderland, well you’d be spot on because that is exactly what the Christmas Fair in Irishtown Stadium was designed to look like, with an amazing, classic embodiment of an enchanting […]

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