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Marion Mossu
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Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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Horaires d'ouverture

Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
Fermé week-end et jours fériés

Fermeture exceptionnelle vendredi 27 mai et lundi 6 juin.

Contacts

Carole Jacquet
Responsable des ressources documentaires

Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

Où nous trouver ?

Tout près du Panthéon !
Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

Carte

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IMBOLC 2019

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Derry City Music Festival connects through the global scope of music, dance and culture.
Dublin Irish Festival 2018

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Celebrating the homeland from the heartland. Featuring: Openning Message, Meet The Executive Director, Cultural Relations, Historical Timeline, Entertainement Line-up. Also countains a map of the festval.
History of the Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts - Volume One

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The annual exhibitions of the Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts, founded in 1823 and still active today, provided a bridge between the Irish artist and the public, including critics and collectors. The Academy also ran the main art school for aspi[...]
History of the Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts - Volume Two

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The annual exhibitions of the Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts, founded in 1823 and still active today, provided a bridge between the Irish artist and the public, including critics and collectors. The Academy also ran the main art school for aspi[...]
Celtic Colours International Festival 2017

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October 2017 will mark the 21st Celtic Colours International Festival.
Portfolio Critical Selection 2017-2018

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Artists represented: Anne Butler, Cecilia Moore, Stephen O’Briain, Mike Byrne, Angela O’Kelly, Cara Murphy, Cóilín Ó Dubhghaill, Edmond Byrne, Jack Doherty, Joe Hogan, Joseph Walsh, Karl Harron, Liam Flynn, Michael McCrory, Pierce Healy, Roger B[...]
Tradfest Temple Bar 2017

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Tradfest Temple Bar festival started out in 2006 as a small niche traditional music festival, a first for Dublin. The 2017 Festival takes place from January 25th-29th
Fleadh Cheoil Na hEireann 2016comes to Ennis

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Fleadh Cheoil Na hEireann will be officially launched in Ennis, Co. Clare on Sunday August 14th by Uachtaran na hEireann, Michael D; Higgins.

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1. The Prelude to Rosc ’67: A Monumental Row 2. Rosc ’67: The Exhibitions 3. Rosc ’71: An Extravagant Affair 4. Rosc ’77: A Disappointing Exhibition 5. Rosc ’80: An Exciting Performance 6. Rosc ’84: ‘Nothing endures but change’ 7. Rosc ’88[...]

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Maire Nic Shiubhlaig, Peadar Kearney, Helena Molony, Barney Murphy, Ellen Busshell, Sean Connolly, Arthur shields before, during and after the Easter Rising of 1916
Fleadh Cheoil Na hEireann 2015

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Irish Music Magazine looks forward to a mouth-watering Fleadh Cheoil in Sligo from August 9th-16th
Portfolio Critical Selection 2015-2016

Livre

Artists represented: Angela O'Kelly, Cara Murphy, Cillian O Suilleabhain, Coilin O Dubhghaill, Edmond Byrne, Eoin M Lyons, Helen Cody, Helen O'Connell, Jack Doherty, Joe Hogan, Joseph Walsh, Karl Harron, Liam Flynn, Michael McCrory, Nuala Jamiso[...]

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Première partie : Une utopie théâtrale
Chapitre 1. Une dramaturgie du rite : 1. Yeats et la religion 2. Art, religion, et rituel
Chapitre 2. La voix au coeur du rituel : 1. La parole magique, de l'écriture à la scène 2. Le spectateur-aud[...]
Celtic Colours International Festival 2014

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From October 10th-18th, Cape Breton Island on Canada's east coast will come alive with the sound of fiddles, pianos, bagpipes, and accordions, singing voices, and dancing feet as the Celtic Colours International Festival welcomes artists from Ir[...]
Fleadh Cheoil Na hEireann 2014

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The Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann 2014 will take place in Sligo in August and Irish Music Magazine looks forward to a mouth-watering week in the Ireland's North West
Fleadh Nua May 18th-26th 2014

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This year is the 40th anniversary of the first Fleadh Nua in Ennis and since 1974 it has developed from a 3 day event to a festival spanning 8 days, with more than 120 separate events
Kerry combines with Caledonia on Music Network tour

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Aoife Granville talks with Seamus Begley to discuss the forthcoming September Tour from Music Network
Temple Bar Tradfest 2015

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Dublin's biggest and best Festival of Irish Traditional and Folk Music célébrâtes 10 years in 2015
Tradfest Temple Bar

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Dublin's biggest and best Festival of Irish Traditional and Folk music celebrates 10 years and takes place from January 28th - February 1st, 2015
Ennis Roots Weekend

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There will be a 'Weekend of Welcomes' in County Clare for Ennis Roots and a double Guinness world record attempt which takes place from June 21st-23rd, 2013
Fantastic Fleadh for Derry

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Few can doubt the historical significance of Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in Derry this year. From August 11th-18th, visitors from accross the world will flock to this small city to experience the greatest traditional music festival of them all
Life Begins At Forty

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Fleadh Nua, which ranks among the finest celebrations of our culture, has called Ennis its home since 1974 and it returns to the County Clare town from May 19th-27th, 2013
The Reel World

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Niamh Creely talks to the three filmmakers behind this year's Reel Art documentaries:Mark McLoughlin, Nodlag Houlihan, Paul Duane
Temple Bar Tradfest 2014

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One of Ireland's biggest traditional music and culture festivals returns to Dublin for the 9th time from January 22nd-27th, 2014
Temple Bar Tradfest Preview 2013

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One of Ireland's biggest traditional music and culture festivals returns to Dublin for the 8th time from January 22nd-27th
Top Ten

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David Neary speaks to IFTA CEO Aine Moriarty about ten years of Ireland's answer to the Oscars
All the Elements

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Ross WHITAKER, Auteur ; Ross WHITAKER, Intervieweur |
Ross Whitaker talks with Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe of Element Pictures about their current success and their plans for the future
Irish animators for Annecy

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Anna Rodgers takes a look at the Irish animation scene
Life through a Lens

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Steven GALVIN, Auteur ; Steven GALVIN, Intervieweur |
Steven Galvin talks to Ciarán Tanham, president of the Irish Society of Cinematographers (ISC)
The North Atlantic Fiddle Convention

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As Summer arrives in Ireland so too does the festival season and a welcome newcomer on the scene is The North Atlantic Fiddle Convention, or NAFCO as it's more usually known
On Board

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Ross Whitaker talks to James Hickey, the new CEO of the Irish Film Board about funding, film and finding an audience
Passage to India

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Film Ireland talks to Marc-Ivan O'Gorman, filmmaker and director of the first Irish film Festival of India
Production Values

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Barbara Galavan, chief executive of Screen Producers Ireland (SPI), talks to Film Ireland about the challenges facing the Irish film industry
Reel Art

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Niamh Creely takes a look at the Arts Council's art documentary scheme Reel Art and talks to Oonagh Kearney, director of one of this year's three features
Simon Says

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Shane Kennedy talks to actor and this year's presenter of the IFTAs, Simon Delaney
Alliance française

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Ireland and France enjoy a special relationship and a thriving co-production industry, Anna Rodgers reports

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Noel KELLY, Éditeur scientifique ; Sean KISSANE, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Visual Artists Ireland | 2011
100 Irish Artists, 100 Colour Plates, 6 commentaries from respected writers such as: Medb Ruane, Colin Graham, Valerie Connor, Fiona Kearney, Brian Hand and Noel Kelly
Donegal catch

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Film Ireland talks to David Rane, co-founder of Guth Gafa, the Donegal doc fest that continues to draw high-profile international talent
Eurovision

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Ross Whitaker talks to the departing chief executive of the Irish Film Board, Simon Perry, about his vision for Irish film
Filmbase 25

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Filmbase celebrates its 25th anniversary this year so Stephen Kane opens the champagne and looks back over its history
Fleadh Cheoil Na hEireann, Cavan 2011

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Cavan is determined that the 60th anniversary All-Ireland Fleadh will be the best yet, writes Michael McDonnell

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This work presents a detailed study of the five key ballet organisations that operated in Ireland between 1927 and 1963: the Abbey Theatre School of Ballet, the Abbey School of Ballet, the Sara Payne School and Company, the Irish Ballet Club and[...]
Music Network from Polkas to Polskas

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John Brophy looks at some Irish and Scandinavian Connections that we can savour in May, as part of the Music Network Tour
Siansa Gael Linn Final 2011

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The young traditional music group 'Eile' from Laurel Hill Colaiste FCJ, Limerick are celebrating following their win at the Siansa Gael Linn Grand Finale in the National Concert Hall on Sunday April 10th, 2011
State of the Nation

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Minister of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan, talks to Niamh Creely about how Ireland's film industry is essential to our country's recovery and national pride
The Temple Bar Tradfest Highlights

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The Temple Bar TradFest has established itself as one of Ireland's biggest and most diverse festivals of Irish Music and Culture. The festival now in its 7th year has become a firm fixture on the festival calendar with ever gaining appeal both n[...]
And the winner is...

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Jamie Hannigan talks to Aine Moriarty, CEO and founder of the Irish Film & Television Academy
Boulevard Magenta 3

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Enrique JUNCOSA, Directeur de publication | Dublin : Irish Museum of Modern Art | 2010
A biannual magazine of the arts and letters published by the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Echoing early international avant-garde magazines, Boulevard Magenta focuses on art practice without excluding any discipline and bringing together a collec[...]
From the Biscuit Tin to the Big Screen

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Once home movies and now national treasures, Tony Tracy takes us through some vintage homemade cinema from the Irish Film Archive
Making the Cut

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Sheena Sweeney talks budget cuts and the value of the arts with Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport, Mary Hanafin
Temple Bar Tradfest Preview 2011

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Temple Bar, Dublin, January 26th - 30th, 2011. By Wendy Grace
360° Experience

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Niamh Creely talks to Miriam Allen, the managing director of the Galway Film Fleadh, about how the festival does so much more than screen film
Boulevard Magenta 1

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Enrique JUNCOSA, Directeur de publication ; Sean KISSANE, Directeur de publication | Dublin : Irish Museum of Modern Art | 2009
A biannual magazine of the arts and letters published by the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Echoing early international avant-garde magazines, Boulevard Magenta focuses on art practice without excluding any discipline and bringing together a collec[...]

Livre

Enrique JUNCOSA, Directeur de publication | Dublin : Irish Museum of Modern Art | 2009
A biannual magazine of the arts and letters published by the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Echoing early international avant-garde magazines, Boulevard Magenta focuses on art practice without excluding any discipline and bringing together a collec[...]
The Editor's Chair

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James Morris talks to Film Ireland about setting up Windmill Lane and The Mill and his time as chairman of the Irish Film Board
Frameworks Works

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Jennie McGinn on the continued success of the Irish Film Board's animated shorts scheme
Galway Film Society

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To celebrate the continued success of the Galway Film Society, Ireland's longest running and largest film club, David O Mahony from Access>CINEMA traces its history from humble beginnings to its current position as a champion of non-mainstream c[...]
Generation

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Ann MULROONEY, Commissaire d'exposition ; Derek MCGARRY, Commissaire d'exposition | Kilkenny : Crafts Council of Ireland | 2009
Selected work from the Irish Design Institute Graduate Design Awards and the Irish Arts Review / Crafts Council of Ireland Emerging Maker Award
Living at the Edge, Working at the Centre

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Galway Film Centre manager Declan Gibbons talks to a cross-section of people about working in the film and television sector in the West of Ireland

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Chris CLARKE, Responsable du compte-rendu critique ; David GODBOLD, Préfacier, etc. ; Finola JONES, Préfacier, etc. ; Jacqui MCINTOSH, Responsable du compte-rendu critique | Dublin : Mother's tankstation | 2009
Represented artists: Petri Ala-Maunus, Margrét H. Blondal, Ian Burns, Nina Canell, Kevin Cosgrove, Brendan Earley, Atsushi Kaga, Ciaran Murphy, Mairead O'hEocha, Alan Phelan, Garrett Phelan, David Sherry
Shoots and Roots

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Gavin Burke reports on the Catalyst Project, a scheme set up to nurture budding filmmakers
Sligo Live

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Sligo Live is a national festival celebrating traditional, roots and accoustic music
Temple Bar Tradfest Preview

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Temple Bar, Dublin, January 27th - 31st, 2010. By Martin Gaffney
The World Fleadh 2009

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Ireland's biggest traditional and celtic music festival is set to rock Castlebar over the August band holiday weekend
Yes, Minister

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The Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Martin Cullen, sheds light on what the most recent budget means for the Irish Film industry. Sheena Sweeney interviews
The Film Festival Experience

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Donald Clarke of The Irish Times interviews the organisers of Ireland's three major film festivals
Sweet Fifteen

Article

Michael Open interviews Simon Perry, CEO of BSE/IFB, as the Board reaches its fifteenth year
Film Goes Wild in Galway

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This year's Galway Film Fleadh included a new segment showcasing fully independent feature films. Sheena Sweeney gets the lowdown on the directors involved, their thoughts on filmmaking, and their experiences at the Fleadh
Le Roman de Dublin

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Avec Dubliners Joyce inaugura un véritable sous-genre littéraire qui prend la capitale irlandaise non seulement comme cadre au sens réaliste du terme mais come source d'un mode de représentation particulier : la ville est à la fois figuré[...]
Schemers

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Niamh Creely gives a crash course on the new Irish Film Board shorts schemes
The Shape of Things to come building for the Arts in Ireland

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Ireland's built infrastructure for the arts has changed dramatically in the past fifteen years. While this has created new opportunities for exhibiting, it has also given rise to difficulties in terms of funding, programming and creating an audi[...]
The Volta Myth

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It is a widely-held belief that Ireland's first dedicated cinema was the Volta, managed initially by James Joyce. But what if it wasn't? Denis Condon examines earlier cinematic venues, including the Popular Picture Palace at the Queen's Theatre