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PERFORMANCE

Muldoon’s Picnic
with Special Guests Zadie Smith & Nick Laird

September 8

Embers
September 17-20

Camille O’Sullivan
In Residence
September 18-21, 24-27

Lippy
October 15-Nov 2

SongLives
Emmett Tinley and
Lisa O’Neill

November 1




EXHIBITION

IAC

Helen O’Leary
The Geometry of Dirt

October 14-January 5

Gallery hours by appointment
Monday-Friday | 10 am – 6 pm
Please call 212-757-3318

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EDUCATION


Fall 2014

8 week term runs from September 15th through the week of November 3

Early Registration (save $10) July 21-31
Registration starts August 1

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The Marble City Sessionsat Kilkenny Arts Festival

Trad music lovers in particular are in for a treat with the Marble City Sessions element being co-curated with Martin Hayes to bring together some extraordinary musicians from the US and Ireland for a week of gigs building up to the festival finale.

Amongst the Marble City Sessions lineup you’ll find jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, Sam Amidon, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, a world premiere from Laghdú featuring Dan Trueman (US) and Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Doug Wieselman, Ghost Trio, This Is How We Fly, Thomas Bartlett and The Gloaming (already sold out).

For more details,visit
www.kilkennyarts.ie



IAC | Neighborhood

Plays in the Park
August 11 & August 25
7 pm

This summer, join us for two exciting nights of new theatrical readings in the park with West 45th/46th Street Block-Association's Hell's Kitchen Commons series.

On August 11, Lather Rinse Repeat: A Playwrights Collective will share readings from Spirit Dust by Natalie Wilson, The Ferryman by Isaac Rathbone, Pity the Fools by Mila Golubov, and Love is a Blind Squirrel by Jen Browne.

On August 25, Fundamental Theater Project will present a reading of Sanctuary Park, a new play by Ben Holbrook.

Bring blankets, chairs, snacks and friends!

At Mathews-Palmer Playground in Matthews (West 45th or West 46th Streets, between 9th and 10th Avenues Manhattan)

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2014 Fall Brochure


IACTV

In spring 2014, we celebrated the launch of Johanna Laneís Black Lake, a moving debut novel which evokes the deep connection and nostalgia we feel for the places we love. Here, Lane reads from her novel and is joined in conversation by Brooklyn-based Irish writer Kevin Holohan (The Brothers' Lot).


IRISH ARTS CENTER as expert on Irish Arts & Culture on NBC TODAY SHOW

What is Bono's real name? IAC Vice Chair Pauline Turley answers that and a host of other questions about Irish Arts & Culture on NBC News Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda in time for St. Patrick’s Day.





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Irish Arts Center programs, are made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Irish Arts Center programs, are made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

Irish Arts Center programs are supported, in part, by Culture Ireland, the agency for the promotion of Irish arts worldwide.


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