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Bernie Leahy Artist Talk

On September 10, textile artist Bernie Leahy gave a talk to a full audience in our gallery, speaking to her exhibition, "Why Are We."

Féile na Gaeilge/Irish Language Day

Irish Language Day is an annual celebration of Irish language offering a full day of activities for language enthusiasts of all levels, including immersive workshops in music, film, writing, drama, and storytelling led by our Irish language teachers and special guests.

Ghost Trio performing "Cucunandy"

Ghost Trio (featuring Iarla O'lionaird, Ivan Goff, and Cleek Schrey) performing "Cucunandy" on March 13, 2015.

Mikel Murfi and Eithne Hand: The Man in the Woman's Shoes

The team behind Loco and Reckless Productions tell the story of how their beloved show THE MAN IN THE WOMAN'S SHOES (a New York Times Critic's Pick) came to be.

Greg Delanty and Colum McCann

Internationally celebrated poet Greg Delanty reads from his collection "Selected Delanty" and discusses his work with novelist Colum McCann April 11, 2018.

SongLives: The Murphy Beds performing "Champlain"

The acclaimed folk duo Jefferson Hamer (guitar, vocals) and Eamon O'Leary (bouzouki, vocals) of The Murphy Beds returned to the IAC stage in May 2018 with traditional and original ballads showcasing their tight harmonies and deft instrumental arrangements.

Recovered Voices: Dorothy Macardle

Dorothy Macardle's THE UNINVITED and THE UNFORSEEN, masterful, bone chilling novels of the supernatural, were republished by Dublin's Tramp Press's as part of their Recovered Voices series. Here, Tramp Press’s Sarah Davis-Goff and Glucksman Ireland House NYU’s Caroline Heafey discuss, and actor Sam Underwood reads from, Macardle’s work.

Between the Lines: Mike McCormack's SOLAR BONES

Mike McCormack, author of "Solar Bones" (International Dublin Literary Award, Goldsmiths Prize, Irish Book of the Year, longlisted for the Man Booker), joined us on May 20, 2018 to read from and discuss his funny, strange, and other-worldly novel as part of the IAC event Between the Lines: Meet Dublin’s Tramp Press.

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