Our weekly rundown of the best events in the capital, brought to us by DublinTown.ie
The Olivier Cornet Gallery presents ‘The Flâneur’, its 2012 Graduate Exhibition, curated by the winner of their Visiting Curator Award Kate Howard, an award created to give a recent graduate a chance to gain experience in curating for a commercial gallery. Read more.
The sand sculpting team Duthain Dealbh is back in Dublin with a brand new theme celebrating Irish scientists: ‘Bright Sparks’. The award-winning sculptors will carve three free standing masterpieces out of 80 tonnes of sand in just seven days. The finished sculptures will be on display in the Upper Courtyard of Dublin Castle for an entire month. Read more.
Every Thursday in August the Amphitheatre by Civic Offices will be filled with operatic treats such as Eugene Onegin and Rigoletto. One exclusive performance of Cosi Fan Tutti will be hosted in Grand Canal Theatre as a part of ”The Dublin Tall Ships Races 2012”. Read more.
Marvels of Science: ‘Books that Changed the World’
‘Marvels of Science: Books that Changed the World’ is an exhibition at Marsh’s Library in Dublin. It showcases more than 70 rare and important scientific texts produced across Ireland and Europe over the course of the Scientific Revolution. Read more.
Sylvia’s Quest invites you to take to the streets and follow Sylvia on her thrilling quest through your city’s labyrinth. Read more.
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