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Discussion of the exhibition inspired by Erich Kästner’s The 35th of May, or Conrad’s Ride to the South Seas in cooperation with CIGS

Saturday, 9 April 2022 - 10.30am, glór, Ennis

Clare-based artists were inspired by much-loved German author Erich Kästner (1899-1974, best known for his children’s books), specifically his wonderful story The 35th of May, or Conrad’s Ride to the South Seas. An online reading group with glór curator Moran Been-noon was a meeting place to talk about real and fantastical ideas, get inspired and inspire others. The results and the author will be discussed by G. Holfter and participating artists. The link for the (free) The opening of the exhibition, curated by Dr. Moran Been-noon, is this Wednesday, March 16th at 6pm in glór, Ennis, and it will run until May 7th: On the 35th of May, one has to be prepared for anything, featuring new work by Ana Colomer, Rachel Macmanus, Will O’Kane, Katya Polezhaeva, Noreen Ramsay and Evelyn Sorohan. See also: https://glor.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173623385

Ennis, and it will run until May 7thOn the 35th of May, one has to be prepared for anything, featuring new work by Ana Colomer, Rachel Macmanus, Will O’Kane, Katya Polezhaeva, Noreen Ramsay and Evelyn Sorohan. See also https://glor.ie/events/on-the-35th-of-may-one-has-to-be-prepared-for-anything/

 

Conference - 22-23 September 2022

25th Anniversary Conference of the Centre for Irish-German Studies: 1997-2022 Reflecting – Connecting – Transforming. In Honour of Prof Joachim Fischer, University of Limerick, 22-23 September 2022.