The Folklore of Ireland Society presents Coinleach Glas an Fhómhair/A Celebration of Harvest Customs and Traditions. The evening will include performances by Emmet Gill (uileann pipes), Jesse Smith (fiddle) and singers Saileog Ní Cheannabháin,
Eithne Ní Ghallchobhair, Jerry O'Reilly and Luke Cheevers. Jonny Dillion will give and opening address on the customs and practices that pertain to the harvest in popular tradition.
Two of Dublin's foremost musicians, usually playing together as part of This is How We Fly, perform in the Duo series. For this performance Mac Erlaine will unveil a new instrument, a clarinet d’Amore pitched in G, which promises a beautiful counterpoint to Caoimhin’s hardanger d'amore.
Mean Time is a collaborative art project investigating Dublin Mean Time, which, until october 1916, was 25 minutes and 21 seconds behind Greenwich Mean Time. Through contemporary music, performance art, radio art and electroacoustic composition, the artists look at 'clawing back' time lost and imagining many possible future Irelands. The event features work by Daria Baiocchi, Fiona Hallinan , La Cosa Preziosa ,Vicky Langan, Una Lee, Olivia Louvel, Jenn Kirby, Claudia Molitor, Gráinne Mulvey and Rachel Ní Chuinn.