Perspectives on the Cultural Ireland of the Northern Ireland Center, 8 June 2022, Paris.

2022 June 08 Wednesday
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
. Free admission and reservation recommended
To celebrate our partnership with the Arts Council and the British Council of Northern Ireland since 2014, CCI is presenting this evening of Northern Irish visual arts, literature, music and cinema.

To celebrate our partnership with the Arts Council and the British Council of Northern Ireland since 2014, CCI is presenting this evening of Northern Irish visual arts, literature, music and cinema.

Will be inaugurated during this ceremony Nothing is permanent… A podcast series co-authored by Nora Hickey McChilli and author Neil Hegarti on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the partition of Ireland and the creation of Northern Ireland. For this series of audio articles commissioned by the CCI, writers closely associated with Northern Ireland are invited to think about the subject of ‘immortality’.

She explores the disturbing but encouraging notion that nothing lasts forever, from personal, cultural, family and political history to ethnicity and climate change. With the participation of John Carson, Susanna Dickey, Carlo Gobler, Neil Hegarti, Nandi Jola, Gail McConnell, Brian McGillove, Susan McCarthy, Henrietta McCurvey, Maria McManus, Paul McVeigh and Kerry Nee Docharta

Talk at 6.30pm.

Emma Campbell, activist, artist, scholar, curator of the Northern Ireland Screen Digital Film Archive, and Synod Brethnach-Kaschel will be in conversation with Sierra Hickey.

Danny Lark’s concert at 8.30pm.

Young singer and songwriter Danny Larkin is considered one of the rising stars of non-Irish folklore. When it was released in 2021, critics praised his first film, Notes for a novice fighter, He received two nominations at the last Northern Ireland Music Prize and the RTE Folk Award for Best Album of the Year and Newcomer. Danny, who has been scheduled at several festivals and has been invited to share the stage with Snow Patrol, Hothouse Flowers or Rufus Wainwright, was praised for her impressive live performances. Tonight, in the courtyard of the CCI, the guitarist who grew up on the border between Armag and Monaghan counties will tell us his stories, inspired by Celtic folklore or her personal experiences, in timeless traditional melodies and rhythms.

Irish Cultural Center 5 rue des irish 75005 Paris

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