Culture Night In South Tipperary
Culture Night (September 21st) is an initiative co-ordinated by Temple Bar Cultural Trust and supported by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht in partnership with South Tipperary County Council Arts Service and County Museum. Events for Culture Night in South Tipperary will take place at the County Museum and Main Guard, Clonmel.
Dig Where You Stand
All Day – County Museum - Dig Where You Stand is a project and exhibition curated by Eilís Lavelle, Sarah Lincoln and Rosie Lynch at South Tipperary County Council Museum.
The exhibition explores language and text in relation to the telling of the past and geographical location and responds directly to the context of a local museum setting and unfolds through video, sound, installation, artifacts from the County Museum collection, found objects, design and a publication. Artists include; Susan Hiller (UK), Uriel Orlow (CH), Bridget O’Gorman (IE) and Philippa Sutherland (IE).
An Interactive Insight into the Lives of the Butler’s
5.15pm – 5.45pm - County Museum. Followed by tea and a chat from 5.45pm – 6.15pm.
Claoimh re-enactors will demonstrate swords and weaponry used during the 17th century and examine the history and the buildings of the Butlers.
You will learn what life was like in Medieval Tipperary and in turn discover the character of the towns they influenced.
School parties are invited to meet Claoimh throughout the day
Dig Where You Stand – Artist Talk
6.20pm – 6.40pm – County Museum.
Dig Where you Stand - working closely with the museum curator artist Philippa Sutherland produced a series of interventions into the South Tipperary Museum Collection. The interventions uncover new and surprising narratives and present a very personal response to the collection.
Film Screening - 6.40pm – 8.00pm – County Museum.
A film by John Huston The Dead is delicate and unhurried, detailing a Christmas dinner at the house of two spinster musician sisters and their niece in turn-of-the-century Ireland, attended by friends and family. Among the visiting attendees are the sisters’ nephew Gabriel Conroy and his wife Gretta. The evening’s reminiscences bring up melancholy memories for Gretta concerning her first, long-lost love when she was a girl in rural Galway. Her recounting of this tragic love to Gabriel brings him to an epiphany: he learns the difference between mere existence and living.
Ormonde - Power, Privilege, Patronage - Performance
8.30pm – 9.30pm – Main Guard, Clonmel.
17th-Century Music for Voice, Recorder & Baroque Guitar from Ireland, England & France. Róisín O’Grady, Soprano, Laoise O’Brien, Recorder, Eamon Sweeney, Baroque Guitar.
The17th century was a fraught and bloody period of upheaval and chaos in Irish Society – power and allegiances constantly shifted and proxy wars between Continental powers played out on Irish soil.
All events are free. Spend the evening doing something different - why not check out Culture Night!
To book any of the events at the County Museum or The Main Guard contact 052 6134552.
Salsa/Tango evening with Jazmin Chiodi and Cathriona Murphy at 7.30pm – a taster and demo night of fun. No experience necessary and no partners required. Film Screening – This must be the Place with Sean Penn – showing at 8.10pm To book contact 062 80520
Common Thread Café
An evening of free cultural and arts events at the Common Thread Café, Clonmel for further details contact Theresia at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 086 8225054
An evening of free cultural and arts events with Art Hive, for further details contact Brigid at email@example.com or phone 087 9149494
Cashel Arts Festival in conjunction with Cashel Library
Table Quiz on The Arts @ 8pm: calling all culture vultures. Table consists of four culture vultures. Free admission. For further information - Tel 062 63825.
Culture Night In Cahir
Here at the Craft Granary we will have a pottery demonstration by Jim McDonnell from Kilcooley pottery. We are also hoping to have a candle making demonstration and a workshop for children. Our event will run from 6 - 9pm with the childrens workshop running from 6 - 7pm.
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Weather for Tipperary
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 11 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: South