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Change the Beat Documentary Screening and Exhibition acros Cork City


Exhibition at The Glucksman; Badly Made Books; Cork Flower Studio; Cork Opera House; Gate Cinema; Pink Moon café; Plugd Records; and Nano Nagle Place.

Sat 12th 11.30am 

Open to all. An exhibition by young asylum seekers, refugees and migrants on display at the Glucksman and venues across Cork city

Supported by the Arts Council of Ireland the group of 27 participating teenagers, aged between 13-18 years, created risograph prints under the guidance of artist Shane O’Driscoll.

School of Applied Social Studies Eileen Hogan

Gaelscoil Pheig Sayers sixth class celebrate their Irish and Chinese language skills


THE GLUCKSMAN Thurs 10th  12.45 pm 

The initiative of Asian Studies and Ionad na Gaeilge Labhartha celebrates its 4th year bringing Chinese language to fifth and sixth class pupils of Gaelscoil Pheig Sayers, a DEIS School in the North of the City.  

Asian Studies Ionad na Gaeilge Labhartha Ciarán Dawson

Free Lunchtime Concert 

Citadel Bandfield Concert for Mardyke 300


THE GLUCKSMAN Wed 9th 1pm Open to all. Citadel is a group of musicians from Kinsale Road Accommodation centre, from 8 different countries, playing together and bringing you music from Burundi, Algeria, South Africa, Pakistan, India, Ukraine and Russia. The musicians perform songs from home, accompanied by rhythms and tunes from the world.  Glucksman  Tadhgh Crowley

The Gregory Walkers

FUAIM lunchtime concert

THE GLUCKSMAN Fri 11th  1pm Part of the Autumn 2019 series of FUAIM Music at UCC, a diverse range of live concerts and research seminars, along with the wonderful Perforum talks at the Department of Theatre.  FUAIM   Tadhg Crowley 

Lunchtime Talk with artist Barbara Knezevic


THE GLUCKSMAN  Thurs 10th 1pm

Our series of free lunchtime talks invites Barbara Knezevic, whose work is currently on show in Circadian Rhythms, to speak about the ideas and approaches that inform her artistic practice.

Barbara Knezevic is an Australian artist based in Dublin. Her work is primarily object based, finding form as complex stagings and formations of objects that are occasionally foregrounded by photographic works and moving images. Her previous exhibitions include shows at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; MAC, Belfast; Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin; Gallery Augusta, Helsinki; Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; and Eva International, Limerick. Her work in Circadian Rhythms is on loan from the Arts Council of Ireland collection

The Glucksman  Tadhg Crowley  

Stories from the Well-field: art and health CPD session at the Glucksman


Tue 8th   11am-1pm 

A CPD session for artists interested in facilitating cross-artform projects for older people in care settings

Stories from the Well-field is presented by artist Tess Leak, puppeteer Eoin Lynch, activities co-ordinator Sarah Cairns and composer Justin Grounds, drawing on their experience of developing an interactive performance with a group of residents at St Joseph’s Ward, Bantry General Hospital.

During participants will be encouraged to join them in re-creating the show, sharing how “the way the show was created, accessible to all our cognitive differences, meant that nothing more was required of us, only our unique selves”

This project was supported by an Arts Council of Ireland Arts Participation Project Award, the 2018 Documentation Bursary and is part of the Arts for Health Partnership Programme, West Cork. For more information on the programme visit

The Glucksman  Tadhg Crowley  

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