19 June to 30 June in Dublin City Library and Archive, Pearse Street.
Books in Life – Livres en Vie is a Photographic Exhibition by Jean Marc Godès. Jean Marc Godès was born in Guadeloupe and currently lives in France. Jean Marc, photographer, leads an artistic research dedicated to promotion of books and writing. He carefully creates scenes with books as the central actors. Godès offers us many imaginative answers to the question ‘what a book can be and do’. The collection of photographs shows how books transform and ignite our imagination. The photographs from his collection "BOOKS IN LIFE" have found a natural place in book networks, libraries, book fairs, literacy agencies ... but also in spaces dedicated to contemporary art in France and abroad. Through this first audiovisual piece, he still continues to use his artistic research in exploring moving images.
Around the Table, a Dublin Culture Connects project about food in Dublin connected with communities old and new across Dublin’s historic Central Area. An exhibition of photographs, taken by artist Jeanette Lowe over a five-month period as part of Dublin’s Culture Connects: National Neighbourhood, will be on view in the Central Library (Ilac Centre) until the end of June. This project worked collaboratively with communities, artists and The National Library of Ireland tracing the passage of food from the docks to the markets and from our streets to our tables.
The images on display reflect strong communities built on camaraderie and loyalty forged through work, through shared interests and passions, through family ties and through networks of support. They reflect the life generated by the food we buy, cook and share moving through the city.
Various dates in June in a number of Dublin City libraries.
What happened in Ireland after the 1916 Rising? How did the political, economic and social landscape change and what brought about independence in 1922? Learn more at a three-part lecture series in city libraries in June. Delivered by Dublin City Council’s new Historians-in-Residence, the lecture topics are:
Lecture 1- Ireland in 1917
Lecture 2 - What was the War of Independence?
Lecture 3 - What was the Civil War?
The lectures are free but booking may be required in some libraries.
Career and enterprise events and information in the Business Information Centre, Central Library, this June.
Monday, 19 June, 1.30pm-2.30pm. 15 Steps to Building a Winning CV. A free talk with Liam Horan, Managing Director, Sli Nua Careers. Booking recommended T. 01 8733996 E. firstname.lastname@example.org
Companies Registration Office Information Evening
Thursday 29 June at 6.30pm. "Start Up, Start Here: Companies Registration Office (CRO) Information Evening". This event is part of our Business Support Programme 2017 and is aimed at anyone who is thinking of Starting a Business in Ireland. Bernie Byrne from the CRO will provide information and advice about: Setting up a company, Registering a business name, filing an annual return, mandatory e-filing and much more. Booking recommended T. 01 8733996 E. email@example.com
Sacromonte: los sabios de la tribu (Sacromonte: the Elders of the Tribe). 2014, 94 minutes This 2014 documentary was directed by Chus Gutiérrez who co-wrote it with Curro Albaicín. Flamenco is an art form based on the various folkloric traditions of southern Spain. It includes cantes (singing), toque (guitar playing), baile (dance), jaleo (vocalizations), palmas (handclapping) and pitos (finger snapping). It has become associated with the Romani people in Spain.
In Spanish with English subtitles. Admission free. Light refreshments and chat from 1.30pm.
Dublin Remembers: Stories from the Somme focuses on personal stories of individual Irish men who fought at the Battle of the Somme between July – November 1916. Drawing on the Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association Archive, the exhibition includes photographs, and images of medals, uniforms, documents and other original artefacts as well as first-hand accounts of life in the trenches during the Battle of the Somme. The exhibition also considers what public reaction to the Battle of the Somme was like in Dublin 1916, and how the Battle of the Somme has been commemorated over the past 100 years.