Events   from   Dé Sathairn 20 Nollaig 2014

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Feabh 16 201512:0012:35

NGIBaby Workshop
'Pat a Cake' with Mary Noonan. These workshops are for babies who are not yet walking and their grown-ups, and take place on the 3rd Monday of each month. Booking opens 10 Feb. Contact education@ngi.ie
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Families and Children
Feabh 16 201514:0014:35

NGIBaby Workshop
'Pat a Cake' with Mary Noonan. These workshops are for babies who are not yet walking and their grown-ups, and take place on the 3rd Monday of each month. Booking opens 10 Feb. Contact education@ngi.ie
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Families and Children
Feabh 16 201515:0016:00

Spring Mid-Term Art Break
'Tall Tales' with Frances Coghlan. Tickets in advance from the Gallery Shop.
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Families and Children
Feabh 17 201510:3011:15

Tuesday 17 February
'My Father's War', a documentary directed by Ruan Magan and produced by Tyrone Productions for RTE. Introduced by Gay Byrne, broadcaster. Free public screening.
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Film
Feabh 18 201513:0513:30

Lunchtime Poetry Reading 18 February
Poetry reading with Julie O'Callaghan, Poet. Free event, no booking necessary.
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Poetry Readings
Feabh 18 201514:0014:40

Festival of Russian Culture
'Art in Transition: Painting in Early 20th Century Russia', with Wanda Ryan Smolin, freelance art historian. Free public lecture.
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Lectures & Talks
Feabh 18 201514:0014:30

New Parents' Tour
Free public tour for parents, guardians and carers of infants and young children.
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Tours
Feabh 18 201515:0015:50

Creative Workshop 55+
Life Drawing Workshop with Louise Neiland, artist. Free event, no booking necessary.
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Adult Programmes
Feabh 19 201518:3019:30

Art Studies 2015
'Diego Velazquez (1599-1660)', with Dr Peter Cherry, Assistant Professor, TCD. Part of the Art Studies 2015 series of talks. Tickets from the Gallery Shop: €60 (season)/€8.50 (single talk)/€5 (students, OAPs, NGI Friends)
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Lectures & Talks
Feabh 20 201510:0013:30

History and Culture in Wartime Ireland
A free study morning exploring how Irish cultural institutions were affected during political unrest in the country and the First and Second World Wars. Booking essential, contact education@ngi.ie
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Conferences & Study Mornings