Calendar

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Sep
20
Fri
Live Music at the Crown Live @ Crown Live
Sep 20 2019 @ 9:00 pm – Mar 7 2020 @ 11:45 pm
Live Music at the Crown Live @ Crown Live

Friday 20th of September: Lantern Events: Silver Screen Seductions- Box office Burlesque.

Saturday 21st of September: The Ultimate Police- tribute to the police

Thursday 26th of September: Peter Bruntell- songwriters at Crown Live

Friday 4th of October: John Power

Friday 11th of October: Bulls on Parade- tribute to Rage Against the Machine

Saturday 12th of October: No Stair Way – Tribute to Led Zeppelin

Thursday 17th of October: The Ocolets  – Songwriters at the Crown Live Series.

Saturday 26th of October: Damien Dempsey

Saturday 2nd of November: The Absolute Eagles- tribute to the Eagles

Friday 8th of November: Park life – Tribute to Blur 

Saturday 9th of November: Cash Returns – Tribute to Johnny Cash 

Friday 15th of November: Karma Police – A Tribute to Radiohead

Friday 22nd of November: The Blizzards

Saturday 23rd of November: Seattle Grunge Experience 

Friday 13th of December: Made of Stone – Tribute to the Stone Roses

Saturday 14th of December: Moonage Daydream – Tribute to David Bowie 

Thursday 26th of December: Mack Fleetwood – Tribute to Fleetwood Mac

Saturday 7th of March 2020: The Calling 

Oct
12
Sat
An Exhibition of Work by Caroline Jacobsz @ The Presentation Centre
Oct 12 @ 10:00 am – Nov 22 @ 5:00 pm
An Exhibition of Work by Caroline Jacobsz @ The Presentation Centre

Where Do We Begin?
An Exhibition of Work by Caroline Jacobsz 
This is Jacobsz’s return to the Presentation Arts Centre, after her first solo exhibition of work in 2016, ‘Episodic Memory’ Caroline continued to engage with her practice through the medium of textile. This new body of work is a continuation of themes explored in ‘Episodic Memories’ and documents the process of a growing concept. ‘Where do We Begin’ is an exhibition about growth. A celebration of the uniqueness of every human being, life and cell, intertwined in the story of life and memories using materials such as Thread, human hair and old bed sheets to tell the story of conception, birth and maturity Jacobsz incorporates drawing, mixed media and sculptures of DNA, cells, seeds and blossoms ask at what point does life begin?
12th Oct – 22nd Nov, Mon – Thurs, 10:00 – 17:00, Fri, 10:00 – 16:00, Sat, 10:00 -14:00 

An Exhibition of Work by Caroline Jacobsz @ The Presentation Centre
Oct 12 @ 11:00 am – Nov 22 @ 5:00 pm
An Exhibition of Work by Caroline Jacobsz @ The Presentation Centre

Where Do We Begin?
An Exhibition of Work by Caroline Jacobsz 
This is Jacobsz’s return to the Presentation Arts Centre, after her first solo exhibition of work in 2016, ‘Episodic Memory’ Caroline continued to engage with her practice through the medium of textile. This new body of work is a continuation of themes explored in ‘Episodic Memories’ and documents the process of a growing concept. ‘Where do We Begin’ is an exhibition about growth. A celebration of the uniqueness of every human being, life and cell, intertwined in the story of life and memories using materials such as Thread, human hair and old bed sheets to tell the story of conception, birth and maturity Jacobsz incorporates drawing, mixed media and sculptures of DNA, cells, seeds and blossoms ask at what point does life begin?

Oct
19
Sat
From the Mountain – Selected works from the Arts Council Collection and invited artists Orla Bates, Stephen Brandes, Fran Greene, Paul McKinley, Olivia O’Dwyer, and Michael John Whelan. @ Wexford Arts Centre and Wexford County Council, Newtown Road
Oct 19 @ 9:00 am – Nov 25 @ 4:00 pm

To celebrate its 45th anniversary, Wexford Arts Centre, the oldest regional arts centre in the country, in partnership with Wexford County Council, is delighted to present From the Mountain, featuring works from the Arts Council Collection and invited artists Orla Bates, Stephen Brandes, Fran Greene, Paul McKinley, Olivia O’Dwyer and Michael John Whelan. The exhibition places emphasis on the Arts Council’s continual support in the development of the arts countywide. From the Mountain considers our relationship with the natural world and how it has changed radically over time. The title of the exhibition is taken from a video work by Michael John Whelan which explores our connection with the environment and questions our diverse roles as observer, protector and eventual consumer. Works in the exhibition also consider moments in socio-cultural history—the definition of freedom, the creation of national states, and the search for secular meaning – the natural world figures in these moments and yet it’s meaning changes through historical context.

Wexford Arts Centre: 18th Oct – 2nd Nov (F)
Mon – Sat: 10:00- 21:00
20th Oct: 13:00-16:00
27th Oct: 11:00- 16:00
28th Oct: 11:00- 16:00
3rd – 25th November
Mon – Fri: 10:00 – 17:00
Sat: 10:00 – 16:00

Wexford County Council: 19th Oct – 25th Nov
Mon – Fri 9:00 – 17:00 (F) Not open Weekends

Wexford Chamber

Wexford Chamber