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SPRING 2015



Féile na Gaeilge
Irish Language Day

Exploring Neighborhood and Community Through Language

Sunday, April 26 | 12 pm - 6:30 pm

$20 students and seniors / $28 member / $35 non-member

Your registration includes a ticket to the screening of Men At Lunch at 4:30 pm. Click here for details.

We have 4 levels this year:

Absolute Beginner | Beginner | Intermediate | Advanced

Let’s visit the heart of Hell’s Kitchen and explore one of New York City’s famed neighborhoods, as Gaeilge.

An area traditionally known for its large Irish-American population and rough character, Hell’s Kitchen has experienced significant urban renewal since the 1980s and is now home to a thriving arts scene. This Féile na Gaeilge, come celebrate the Irish language through an exploration of IAC’s neighborhood, or comharsanacht, of Hell’s Kitchen. Part walking tour of the area, part discussion of your neighborhood, and a whole lot of fun, language enthusiasts will be immersed in language sessions, conversation, workshops, and more.

After you’ve learned specific vocabulary and phrases, you’ll enjoy a stop at the historical Landmark Tavern to discuss what you’ve seen that day!

We’ll send you a survey once you’ve signed up for Irish Language Day to ensure we place you in the right level (Absolute Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced).

SCHEDULE

12 pm: Check-in 

12:30 pm-1:15 pm: First Class

Absolute Beginners: Irish Language in Film
Beginners: Irish Myths and Legends
Intermediate: Genealogy of Irish Tribes
Advanced: Irish Immigrants in New York

1:30 pm-2:15 pm: Second Class

Absolute Beginners: the Irish Anthem 
Beginners: Irish Proverbs
Intermediate: Irish Stories
Advanced: Irish Song

2:30 pm-3 pmTae Agus Comhrá

Tae Agus Comhrá (Tea and Conversation) Break

3:15 pm-4 pm Workshops:

Hell's Kitchen Walk-About (Absolute Beginner-Beginner) 
Irish Poetry inspired by Hell's Kitchen  (Absolute Beginner-Beginner) 
The Gangs of Hell's Kitchen (Intermediate-Advanced) 
Hell's Kitchen Through Film (Intermediate-Advanced)

4:30 pm-6:15 pmMen at Lunch Screening and Discussion

For 80 years, the identity of the eleven workmen taking their

lunch break during the construction of 30 Rockefeller Plaza while casually perched along a steel girder -- and the photographer that immortalized them -- remained a mystery. Part homage, part investigation, Men at Lunch is the revealing tale of an American icon, an unprecedented race to the sky and the immigrant workers from all over the world that built New York. (In Irish Language with English Subtitles; 75 minutes).

Following the film, Donall O’Healai will lead a discussion on the film, in the style of his class, Irish Language TV and Film. (More information on that class can be found here)

6:15 pmPlease join us after the film for a continuation of the fun and discussion at Landmark Tavern!

 


SPRING 2014


Bia Glorious Bia!
Féile na Gaeilge / Irish Language Day 2014 

Sunday, April 6 | 12 pm – 6:30 pm 

Let’s go out to an chistin, and grab ourselves a snack! This Feile na Gaeilge, come celebrate the Irish language through the world of food and drink, as Gaeilge.

Meet fellow language enthusiasts while immersing yourself with absolute beginner, intermediate and advanced language sessions, film screenings, conversation, workshops, and more, all centered around that most vital of sustenance, food! If you haven’t eaten your way across Ireland yet, you can still impress that special someone at the restaurant after you’ve learned specific vocabulary, phrases, games and more at the Irish Arts Center.

$20 students and seniors / $28 member / $35 non-member


Irish language for kids!

See Literature, Magic and Mystery with the Fiction of Darragh Martin and Gaelic Kids classes.

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
 
12 pm | Check in and Registration
 
12:30 pm | First Class

• Beginners with Muireann Ní Chuív

• Intermediate with Peadar Ó hÍcí

• Advanced with Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith

 
1:45 pm | Second Class

• Beginners  Peadar Ó hÍcí

• Intermediate with Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith

• Advanced with Muireann Ní Chuív

 
2:45 pm |Tae agus Comhrá break 
A chance to chat and practice what you've just learned, in a relaxed environment with your fellow Language Day students.
 
3:15 pm | Workshops (choose one)
Use the Irish you learned in class in our selection of afternoon workshops. Whether you want to sing a song as Gaeilge, make some delicious cupcakes or pancakes, or learn more about Irish subtitling, there's something for everyone!
 

• Cupcake Decorating (Beginner +) 

Experience the new trend taking Ireland by storm, decorating cupcakes for every occasion. Learn to follow instructions in Irish (bonus: learn some easy decorating techniques!). Suitable for everyone, regardless of their culinary skills!

• Song (Beginner +) 

Sing for your supper! The multi-talented Peadar Ó hÍcí will lead a song workshop through Irish incorporating a selection of both traditional and not so traditional Irish songs all about food and drink. 

• Subtitling (Intermediate +) 

Join an informative and enjoyable workshop describing the use of subtitles on Irish language television. We'll discuss their advantages and disadvantages, and have some hands-on experience of translating our own subtitles.

• Pancakes (Intermediate +)

The very traditional meal of Irish pancakes (a thinner version of their American cousin) with hot Irish tea is a must for any Irish foodie! Learn how to read and follow an Irish recipe, where to find a whole host of Irish recipes, and the secret to flipping a pancake like a pro. 

 
4:15 pm | Film Screening (Irish with English Subtitles)

 

 

 


SPRING 2013


Féile na Gaeilge / Irish Language Day 2013

Sunday, April 14 | 12 pm – 5 pm

Come celebrate the Irish language with the Irish Arts Center!

Immerse yourself with absolute beginner, intermediate and advanced classes for adults. Meet other fellow language enthusiasts while enjoying film screenings, conversation, workshops in literature, translation, song and more.

Learning The Arts through Language
Immersion classes will center on this year's theme, The Arts, with arts-specific vocabulary, phrases, games and more, while a choice of workshops in literature, translation, song or drama will deepen your understanding of and connection to Irish culture.

 

 

Irish Language Day Schedule

11:30am Check in / Registration | Gallery

Classes for all Skill Levels (Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced)

12:00 pm / 1st Class  | Classrooms
Beginners = Muireann Ní Chuív
Intermediate = Eibhlín Zurell
Advanced = Peadar OhIci

1:15 pm / 2nd Class | Classrooms
Beginners = Eibhlín Zurell
Intermediate = Peadar OhIci
Advanced = Muireann Ní Chuív

2:15 pm / Tae agus Comhrá break | Irish Arts Center Gallery
A chance to chat and practice what you’ve just learned, in a relaxed environment with your fellow Language Day  students

2:45 pm / Workshops (choose one) | Classrooms/Gallery
A Dance - Gallery - Muireann Ní Chuív
B Literature - Small Classroom - Eibhlín Zurell
C Irish Song - Big Classroom - Peadar OhIci


4:00pm / Film (Irish with English Subtitles) | Donaghy Theatre
Kings
2007, 88 minutes
Directed by Tom Collins

In the mid 1970s, a group of six young men left their homes in the West of Ireland for England, filled with ambition for a better life in a place where they could be kings. Thirty years have passed when they meet again at their youngest friend Jackie’s wake. Their muscle has been spent, their hopes dashed on the roads of England and they are forced to face the reality of their isolation and sense of hopeless disaffection.

Kings is a story of a lost generation, rich in humanity and emotion, in search for identity.

 

Come and use the Irish you learned in class in our selection of afternoon workshops. Whether you want to learn a few steps for a céilí, to sing a song as Gaeilge, or if you'd like to learn more about Irish language literature, there's something for everyone!

Dance (Beginner +)

Learn the most popular Céilí dances from the Staicín Eorna to Ionsaí na hInse! We'll teach you the fundamentals of céilí dancing, how to follow dance instructions in Irish, and of course the dances themselves. Suitable for everyone, regardless of their dancing background.

Song (Beginner +)

The multi-talented Peadar Ó hIcí will lead a song workshop through Irish. Incorporating a selection of both traditional and not so traditional Irish songs, with this workshop, you'll be able to impress at any singsong!

Literature (Intermediate +)

Join an informative and enjoyable workshop about Irish language literature. We'll discuss Irish authors from different genres, as well as some of the many resources available for Irish readers – from where to buy Irish language books, to how to access language resources to help your understanding of the reading material.


FALL 2012


Spleodar Samhna
Irish Language Halloween Film Festival

Sunday, October 28th | Doors Open at 1 pm | First film Begins at 2 pm

Featuring Bram Stoker agus Dracula, all three episodes of Na Cloigne, trivia, costume competitions, and fun Halloween snacks throughout the evening. Halloween dance party to follow!

Bram Stoker agus Dracula
2 pm
2011, 60 minutes
Directed by Keith O’Grady

Honor the closing of the centenary year of Bram Stoker’s death and celebrate his upcoming birthday with the Irish Arts Center this October. Bram Stoker agus Dracula examines the complex life of one of Ireland’s most elusive novelists – Bram Stoker – and his enduring legacy to popular culture on the vampire myths.

 

Na Cloigne (The Heads)
4 pm
2010, three 52 minute episodes
Directed by Robert Quinn
Produced by ROSG for TG4, The BAI and The Irish Film Board
Produced by Ciarán Ó Cofaigh

Cloigeann, a Connemara village, comes to a standstill when the decapitated bodies of two young women are found in the nearby woods. Local artist Nuala and her adulterous boyfriend Seán find themselves at the heart of the brutal murder investigation as jealousy, lust and insecurity drives their relationship to the breaking point.

Na Cloigne received an IFTA award for Best Score and a Celtic Media Festival award for Best Drama

 

Film Festival Pass + After Party 
Admission:
$25 non-member /
$20 member /
Free for Sponsor ($125) members and higher


Can’t join us the whole day? Come and enjoy one of the screenings:

Bram Stoker agus Dracula

Admission:
$10 non-member /
$8 member /
Free for Sponsor ($125) members and higher

 

Na Cloigne (The Heads)

Admission:
$10 non-member /
$8 member /
Free for Sponsor ($125) members and higher

 

 


SPRING 2012


Féile na Gaeilge / Irish Language Day 2012

Saturday, May 19 | 12pm - 5pm

Please note the new date.

No matter your current level, whether absolute beginners looking for a first experience of the language to fluent speakers, come celebrate the Irish language with the Irish Arts Center!

Immerse yourself with absolute beginner, intermediate and advanced classes for adults. Meet other fellow language enthusiasts. Enjoy film screenings, conversation, Irish poetry read with translation and more.

New this year! A choice of workshops in literature, translation and song to deepen your understanding of and connection to the language in a fun and social way!

Please register in advance and plan to arrive by 11:45 am for check in.
Tea, coffee and snacks will be available throughout the day.

Irish Language Day Schedule 

12:00 pm Classes for all Skill Levels (Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced)
Classes will be taught by:
Muireann Ní ChuívIrish Arts Center
Peadar Ó hÍcí, classes at Irish Arts Center and Rocky O’Sullivan’s
Caoimhe Nic GiollarnáithAdjunct Professor, Institute of Irish StudiesFordham University

2:30pm Workshops (choose one)
Literature
Ó Conghaile's Short Story "Ag Ithe Daoine" – Reading, Discussion and Digestion with Roslyn Blyn-LaDrew, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania).
Skill: intermediate/advanced

Development of Irish Language poetry since the beginning of the 20th century with Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith (Adjunct Professor, Institute of Irish Studies, Fordham University).
Skill: beginner

Introduction to Translation
with Muireann NÍ Chuív (IAC Irish language instructor)
Skill: intermediate/advanced

Irish song
with Louise Kitt
This is a good one to just sit and listen in. No singing participation required!
Skill: beginner/intermediate

3:30pm Tae agus Comhra break | Irish Arts Center Gallery
A chance to chat and practice what you’ve just learned, in a relaxed environment with your fellow Language Day students

4:00pm Poetry Readings with Translation | Irish Arts Center Gallery

4:20pm Short Films in Irish | Donaghy Theatre
“Fluent Dysphasia” Written & directed by Daniel O’Hara and produced by Gráinne O'Carroll. Dough Productions, 2004. Courtesy of the Irish Film Archive.

 

Admission: $30 non-member / $25 IAC member / $15 students and seniors

If you need assistance placing your order, call 866-811-4111.

 


IACFéile na Gaeilge / Irish Language Day 2011

Saturday, April 9 | Noon - 5 pm
Please arrive by 11:45am for check in.
Tea and coffee will be available.

Immerse yourself in the Irish language with absolute beginner, intermediate and advanced classes for adults and children, film screenings, a conversation circle for Irish speakers if all levels, Irish poetry read with translation and more. Join us for a cup of tea and a chat as Gaeilge. Bígí linn!

Féile na Gaeilge 2011 honors beloved Irish Arts Center language instructor, Alexei Kondratiev.

Admission: $30 general sale/$25 members

To register contact rachael@irishartscenter.org or 212-757-3318 ext 209.

"Never has there been such an interest in the Irish language in North America. We strive to create an authentic and welcoming environment where people of all ages can come to hear, speak and learn this wonderful language..."

—Elaine Ní Bhraonáin, Irish Language Teacher

Irish Language Day Schedule

12:00 pm Classes for all Skill Levels (Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced)
Classes will be taught by:
Seamus Blake, WFUV
Elaine Ní Bhraonáin, Irish Arts Center
Dónall O Healai, Irish Arts Center

2:30pm Tae agus Comhra break | Irish Arts Center Gallery
A chance to chat and practice what you’ve just learned, in a relaxed environment with your fellow Language Day students

3:00pm Music as Gaeilge by Mary Deady | Donaghy Theatre

3:20pm Poetry Readings with Translation | Donaghy Theatre

3:40pm Short Films in Irish | Donaghy Theatre

Yu Ming is Ainm Dom
Yu Ming is Ainm Dom is about a Chinese man who learns the Irish language and then tries to use it when he arrives in Dublin. (13 min)

Gafa
Una is upset. She has just discovered that the guy she was going out with was engaged to someone else. And now her story really begins... (14 min)



 

Féile na Gaeilge (Irish Language Festival)

Saturday, April 24 | 12 noon - 5 pm

Join us as we celebrate this year’s
Guests of Honor
For their commitment to the Irish language in New York
Deputy Consul General of Ireland,
Breandán Ó Caollaí
and
Carmel Callan
with a special reception as part of the day’s festivities

Never has there been such an interest in the Irish language in North America. We strive to create an authentic and welcoming environment where people of all ages can come to hear, speak and learn this wonderful language..."

—Elaine Ní Bhraonáin, Irish Language Teacher

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Celebrate the Irish language with Féile na Gaeilge - a Saturday bursting with festivities for Irish enthusiasts of all levels! This day-long immersion in the language includes classes for adults of all skill levels, film screenings, a conversation circle to practice your new language skills, Irish poetry readings, live music with Ashley Davis and more! Join us for a cup of tea and a chat as Gaeilge. Bígí linn!

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Classes for all Skill Levels - noon
Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced?
Classes will be taught by:
Elaine Ni Bhraonáin, IAC
Cillian O Conchuir, Glucksman Ireland House
  Fulbright Irish language scholar
Alexei Kondratiev, IAC

Tae agus Comhrá - 1:45pm
Tea and Conversation Circle – relax for a chat as Gaeilge!

Reception to honor Breandán Ó Caollaí and Carmel Callan  - 2:30pm

The Future of Irish language in New York - 3:00pm
Panel moderated by Irish Arts Center Irish Language instructor Elaine Ní Bhraonáin 

Poetry Readings with Translation and Songs in Irish with Ashley Davis - 3:20pm

Short Film - Diabhal ag an Damhsa (2009) - 4:00pm

Admission: $30 general sale/ $25 members / $15 students

For more information or to reserve, please contact Rachael at 212.757.3318 ext. 209 or rachael@irishartscenter.org

Special discount for email subscribers:
Enroll by Monday, April 19 and save $5!

 

 

Irish Language ClassLÁ GAEILGE/Irish Language Day

Sunday, April 5 | 11:30am– 5:00pm | Registration: 11:30am-Noon

Admission: $20 general sale /$15 members, students, seniors

Film admission only : $10 general sale /$7 members

Special Discount for Irish language instructors: $10 flat fee

Join the Irish Arts Center, in cooperation with the Consulate General of Ireland, for its annual celebration of the Irish language.  Lá Gaeilge/Irish Language Day is for participants of all skill levels in the Irish language, from absolute beginners with a burgeoning interest to fluent speakers.  So come immerse yourself in the Irish language with beginner, intermediate and advanced classes for adults and children, film screenings, a relaxing chat as Gaeilge, live music from Ashley Davis and Irish poetry read with translations.  Light refreshments are provided throughout the day. Bígí linn! 

Click here for a downloadable program

Program

Classes for all Skill Levels
Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced

Dearcadh Siar, Dearcadh Ar Aghaidh
Learning Irish in the 21st century:
Talk with Irish Arts Center Irish Language expert Elaine Ní Bhraonáin

Tae agus Comhrá
Tea and Conversation Circle – relax for a chat as Gaeilge!
 
Poetry Readings with Translation and Songs in Irish with Ashley Davis

Irish Language Teacher Meeting

Short Films  

Nead an Dreoilín: The Wren (2008)
An unique and beautifully crafted collection of short films exploring the poetry of six living Irish language poets. Image and sound are richly interwoven, as contemporary footage combines with carefully chosen archive footage to lyrically and poetically reflect the themes explored in each of the poems.

Ceolchuairt: Nua Eabhrac: The Irish Hoofer (2008)
In this Irish-language film project, director Paddy Hayes delves into the links between Irish music and dance and the traditions of cultures as far-flung as India, Norway, Bulgaria, Senegal, Harlem, and the Basque region of Spain. Join us for a selection of these fascinating explorations of music as the ultimate global connector.

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Glor na GaelFís Gaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh
Irish Language Conference

May 16-18, 2008

Tugann Glór na nGael i gcomhair le Cumann Carad na Gaeilge, Cumann na Gaeltachta agus an Irish Arts Center cuireadh duit teacht chuig a gcéad chomhdháil Mheiriceá Thuaidh do ghrúpaí Gaeilge atá feidhmiú sna Stáit Aontaithe agus i gCeanada.  Tabharfar  “Fís Gaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh” ar an gcomhdháil seo agus beidh sé ar siúl i Nua-Eabhrac, 16 - 18 Bealtaine 2008.

Tabharfaidh an chomhdháil seo seans do ghrúpaí Éireannacha sna Stát Aontaithe agus i gCeanada atá ag plé le forbairt na Gaeilge i Mheiriceá Thuaidh a dtodhchaí a phlé le heagrais deonacha Gaeilge agus  le heagrais stáit Gaeilge na hÉireann.

Is deis iontach í an chomhdháil seo “Fís Gaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh” do dhaoine ar mhaith leo castáil le daoine eile atá ag eagrú agus atá ag plé le forbairt na Gaeilge i Mheiriceá Thuaidh.  Tabharfaidh sé deis do dhaoine foghlaim ó thaithí a chéile agus ó thaithí na gcainteoirí as Eireann agus Meiriceá Thuaidh freisin. Beidh seans ag daoine eolas a fháil faoi na seibhísí atá ar fáil dóibh ó na heagrais atá ag feidhmiú in Éirinn

Má tá ceist ar bith agat nó más mian leat áit a chur in áirithe don chomhdháil déan
teagmháil liom ar Daragh Ó Tuama at daragh@glornangael.ie or Elaine Ní Bhraonáin at irishlanguage@gmail.com

Bheidh Leas Ard Chonsail na hÉireann i Nua-Eabhrac, Breandán Ó
Caollaí, ag seoladh na comhdhála idirnáisiúnta “Fís Ghaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh” ar an Satharn, 16ú Feabhra 2008 ar a 7 i.n. Tá an seoladh saor in aisce. Fáilte roimh cách!

Glór na nGael, Cumann Carad na Gaeilge, Cumann na Gaeltachta and the Irish Arts Center would like to invite you to the first Irish language conference, Fís Gaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh, in Nua-Eabhrac, between the 16 and 18 of May 2008.

Fís Gaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh intends to give Irish associations, in America and Canada a stage to discuss their future regarding the promotion of the Irish language in North America with voluntary and state organizations from Ireland. One of the main aims of this conference is to raise the question of establishing a central office in North America for matters of the Irish language.

Fís Gaeilge Mheiriceá Thuaidh is a unique opportunity to meet with people involved with Irish language events. It will also allow people to learn about language planning
and funding.

For information on this unique conference, or if you would like to book a place, please contact Daragh Ó Tuama at daragh@glornangael.ie or Elaine Ní Bhraonáin at irishlanguage@gmail.com

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irish language day photoLá Gaeilge Irish Language Day

Saturday, November 10
11:00am– 4:00pm

Immerse yourself in the Irish language with beginner classes for adults and children, film screenings, and a conversation circle for Irish speakers of all levels. Join us for a cup of tea and a chat ‘as Gaeilge’. Bígí linn! Films include a short film for children An Teanga Runda (The Secret Language) and Saoirse? (the sequel to Mise Éire) with music by Seán Ó Riada.

11:00AM - 2:30PM Gaelic Kids (per regular weekly schedule)
Irish language class for 5 – 10 year olds.
All first time students welcome!

12:30PM - 1:00PM Registration
1:00PM - 1:50PM

Introductory Class with Alexei Kondratiev
Intermediate Class with Mairéad McKendry
Advanced Class with Elaine Ní Bhraonáin

2:00PM - 2:30PM

Ciorcal Cómhrá
Join us for a cup of tea and practice your Irish in conversation with Alexei, Elaine, Mairéad and others!

2:30PM - 4:00PM Film Screenings
an teanga runda An Teanga Rúnda (15 minutes)
 

Baineann James agus a athair Michael feidhm as an nGaeilge mar theanga rúnda dá ngnó spi-aireachta. Ní féidir leo an rún a scéith le máthair James faoi cad tá ar bun acu. Ach i gceann tamaill beidh an scéal go léir amuigh, agus ní bheidh an saol mar an gcéanna riamh arís…

James and his dad Michael use Irish as a secret language to discuss their secret spy business. They must never let James' mum know about their covert missions. But soon everything will be thrown into the open and life will never be the same again...

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Saoirse? (Irish with English subtitles)

 

Saoirse? An dara scannán stairiúil a rinne Gael Linn faoin gcaoi ar baineadh féin rialtas amach in Éirinn. Tosaíonn an scannán le bunú Dháil Éireann sa bhliain 1919. Léirítear ansin an choimhlint armtha agus agóid phobail a bhí forleathan sna blianta 1919-20. Feictear nuachtscannáin den sos cogaidh, den chonradh síochána á shíniú i 1921 agus de bhunú Saorstát Éireann. Feictear Éamon de Valéra agus Micheál Ó Coileáin agus iad i mbun toghchánaíochta. Tús an chogaidh chathartha ar láthair na nCeithre Cúirteanna i mBaile Átha Cliath an chríoch thragóideach atá le SAOIRSE?.

George Morrison a stiúraigh Saoirse? agus cuireadh an scannán ar taispeáint den chéad uair  i 1961. Cuireadh na múrtha fáilte roimhe agus bhí iomrá ach go háirithe ar an cheol le Seán Ó Riada.

The Gael Linn film Saoirse? (Freedom?) depicts the Irish struggle for independence in the years 1919 to 1922 – as recoreded by the newsfilm camera operators of the time – and the part played in the policital events of those years by leaders, on all sides, such as Éamon de Valéra, Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins, Cathal Brugha, Richard Mulcahy, Tomás MacCurtain, Terence MacSwiney, Sir James Craig, King George V, David Lloyd George, Lord Birkenhead and Winston Churchill.

Directed by George Morrison, the film went on release in 1961 to great acclaim, the music score by Seán Ó Riada proving particularly popular

 

Fee for the day is $20 for I.A.C. members / $25 for non-members

Price includes light refreshments.

Film screening only: $7 for IAC members / $10 for non-members.
 

To reserve a place, please contact Brídín Murphy-Mitchell on 212.757.3318 x203
bridin@irishartscenter.org

 

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HOW THE IRISH INVENTED SLANG
The Secret Language of the Crossroads

A Reading & Performance by author
DANIEL CASSIDY


SOLD OUT!
Tuesday, November 6th

The Donaghy Theatre at the Irish Arts Center
553 West 51st Street

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