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Culture Club for Spring!

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Here’s how Culture Club works: a Dublin’s Culture Connects Project Manager accompanies groups and individuals from all over Dublin to a range of cultural venues throughout the year, including museums, galleries and libraries. Culture Club begins with a tour of an exhibition, given by a tour guide (often the curator of the exhibition), and ends with a Tea & Chats session. Our Tea & Chats are facilitated discussions where people get the opportunity to reflect on their experience, learn from and connect with one another.

Culture Club is about broadening the reach of culture in Dublin to as many Dubliners as possible. It creates chances to meet new people and enjoy the city’s cultural places in a relaxed way – as well as being a great way for us, and the cultural venues, to learn from your experience.

For 2018 we have some exciting new exhibitions to explore and a new venue to add to our growing list! We are delighted to announce that City Hall has been welcomed into the Culture Club family. Once a month we will be discovering more about its history, architecture and exhibitions. Check out what we’re up to as we head into a super busy spring:

February 2018
National Library of Ireland: 26 February, 2pm ‘World War Ireland: Exploring the Irish Experience’

March 2018

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane: 2 March, 10.30am, ‘Sculpture in the Hugh Lane Collection’

City Hall: 7 March, 11am, ‘Jacob’s Biscuit Factory & Dublin: An Assorted History’

National Gallery of Ireland: 8 March, 5.00pm, ‘Emil Nolde’

Chester Beatty Library: 13 March, 2.30pm, ‘Images of the Divine in Christianity’

IMMA: 20 March, 10.30am ‘Coastlines’

National Library of Ireland: 26 March, 2pm ‘Yeats and the Irish Cultural Revival’

National Museum of Ireland: 30 March, 11.30am Theme TBC

April 2018
City Hall: 4 April, Theme and time TBC,

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane: 6 April, 10.30am, Theme TBC

Chester Beatty Library: 10 April, 2.30pm ‘Japanese Art at the Chester Beatty Library’

National Gallery of Ireland: 12 April, 5.00pm, Theme TBC

National Library of Ireland: 23 April, 2pm ‘Photo Detectives at the National Photographic Archive in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin’

National Museum of Ireland: 27 April, 11.30am Theme TBC

IMMA: 25 April, 10.30am, ‘Brian Maguire, War Changes Its Address: The Aleppo Paintings’

Culture Club is about broadening the reach of culture in Dublin to as many Dubliners as possible. It creates chances to meet new people and enjoy the city’s cultural places in a relaxed way – as well as being a great way for us, and the cultural venues, to learn from your experience.

Every Culture Club is FREE and open to all.

Email cultureclub@dublinscultureconnects.ie to join us.

We hope to see you at one soon!

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