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Irish Film Club:
Intermediate-Advanced

$45 general /
$35 members, students, and seniors


Irish Film Club: Intermediate-Advanced
Led by Donall O’Healai

Sunday, March 6 | 5 pm - 9 pm
(includes a break for dinner)

This class is designed for anyone interested in the Irish language, and its use in contemporary visual media, in Irish film, and minority language broadcasting. These classes will afford participants a novel opportunity to increase their knowledge of the language, as well as learn the historical and contextual significance of Irish film today in a fun and social environment. The beginner-intermediate class is meant for students with minimal prior experience with the Irish Language and the intermediate-advanced class is meant for more advanced students or fluent speakers of the Irish Language.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street, Gallery.

 


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