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Installation view of My Minds i by Janet Mullarney. Photo Ros Kavanagh

Talks: Crinniú Na Cásca at Dublin Castle

17 Apr 2017 (Past)

Dublin Castle

Cruinniú na Cásca (an Easter Meeting), is a Creative Ireland initiative presented by RTÉ, supported by Dublin City Council, the Office of Public Works and Transport for Ireland.

All the talks taking place at Dublin Castle on Easter Monday have an induction loop. All are free, but you must book a ticket through the Crinniú na Cásca website.

The following is a selection of the arts-related talks taking place, you can view the complete list by visiting this site and clicking the ‘Talk’ tab near the top.

Women in Irish Society – Speaking Up, Speaking Louder: Forgotten Women in the Arts
Speakers: Deirdre Kinahan, Mary McAuliffe, Una Mullally
10.30am, Dublin Castle Conference Room

Visual Arts in Ireland: Where We Are Now and What We Are Making
With Clíodhna Ní Anluain
11am, Bedford Hall, Dublin Castle

Visual Arts in Ireland: Novelist Sara Baume on Curating the Impossible Exhibition
With Sara Baume
12.30pm, Bedford Hall, Dublin Castle

Banter- Everyone’s A Critic
With Jim Carroll
13.00, Dublin Castle

Creativity in Confinement
With Gary Cunningham, Bernie Masterson, Vukashin Nedeljkovic
13.30, City Hall

Visual Arts in Ireland- Aideen Barry and Gary Coyle
With Clíodna Ní Anluain, Aideen Barry, Gary Coyle
14.15, Dublin Castle

Fionn Davenport in Conversation with John Boyne
15.30, Dublin Castle

Visual Arts in Ireland- In Conversation with Janet Mullarney
With Janet Mullarney, Aoife Ruane
15.45, Bedford Hall, Dublin Castle

Women in Irish Society- Telling Stories in Dark Times
With Lenny Abrahamson, Louise Lowe and Sara Baume
16.30, Dublin Castle

Banter: In Conversation with Fachtna Ó Ceallaigh
With Jim Carroll
17.00, Dublin Castle

Janet Mullarney, My Mind's i, 2015. Janet will be in conversation with Aoife Ruane about Visual Arts in Ireland,
15.45, Bedford Hall, Dublin Castle

Creative Ireland is all about putting culture and creativity at the heart of communities nationwide and Cruinniú na Cásca will do just that this Easter Monday

Heather Humphries, Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs

Aideen Barry, A Smouldering Flock, 2016. Photo Louis Haugh.
Aideen will talk about Visual Arts in Ireland with Clíodna Ní Anluain and Gary Coyle at 14.15 on Easter Monday in Dublin Castle


Crinniú na Cásca
Dublin Castle
Induction Loop