Ikea furniture, Bad Bridget podcast and the history of the Debs

Ikea furniture, Bad Bridget podcast and the history of the Debs

Just released on Thursday, Ceadogán Rugmakers’ Island undertaking unites 12 of Ireland’s finest artists — drawing on their particular person models and kinds to create a one of a kind a person-off rug or wall hanging. The extraordinary group of artists features Sean Scully, Maser, and Dorothy Cross as perfectly as nine other artists together with Lola Donoghue, Sean Atmos and Alice Fitzgerald. The collection is now on exhibit at the Cling Tough Modern day gallery on Exchequer Road, Dublin. Pursuing the exhibition, the artworks will be auctioned, with 50{dd3cf16dc48cbccde1cb5083e00e749fe70e501950bc2e0dea1feff25a82382f} of the earnings going to the Peter McVerry Rely on which supports persons suffering from homelessness. The remainder will fund a regenerative challenge ‘For the Birds’ at the Ceadogán studios in Co Wexford. The will work will be auctioned by Whytes Auctioneers on February 5 with the items envisioned to fetch concerning €1,500 and €16,000. Entry to the exhibition is free.

Check out the Irish custom of the Debs at Nenagh Arts Centre

The Debs exhibition at Nenagh Arts Centre
The Debs exhibition at Nenagh Arts Centre

If you’re in the vicinity of Nenagh why not pop into the arts centre for The Debs — an exploration of the curiously Irish version of the coming of age ritual that is the debs.

Celebrating the history and experience of the debs, or grads, in all its glamour and eccentricity, Cloughjordan artist, Sarah Thornton, at Nenagh Arts Centre has collected tales and products that mirror the diverse experiences of individuals living in the nearby location in relation to the debs. In the type of La Galerie Dior in Paris, Nenagh Arts Centre will showcase these stories, garments, and add-ons in a celebration of the design, class and culture of Tipperary as effectively as the record and practical experience of the rural Irish debs.

Saints they ain’t — Bad Bridget podcast at The Gibson Hotel

The popular Bad Bridget podcast comes to Dublin’s Gibson Hotel in time for St Brigid’s Day
The preferred Bad Bridget podcast comes to Dublin’s Gibson Lodge in time for St Brigid’s Day

Elaine Farrell and Leanne McCormick’s well known Poor Bridget podcast arrives to Dublin’s Gibson Hotel in time for St Brigid’s Day as the two creators be part of Róisín Ingle in discussion to uncover the untold tales of generations of Irish female immigrants that heritage chose to forget about. Farrell and McCormick will convey to tales they’ve uncovered about Irish gals who ‘went from the frying pan of their impoverished homeland to the fireplace of vast North American cities’. Saints they ain’t. Offered by Intercontinental Literature Festival Dublin in partnership with Penguin Eire as part of Brigit 2023: Dublin Town Celebrating Women. Tickets from €10.

IKEA launches lively new designer homewares and lighting assortment

The new 17-piece VARMBLIXT collection
The new 17-piece VARMBLIXT selection

Swedish homewares big IKEA has partnered with acclaimed designer Sabine Marcelis to style the new 17-piece VARMBLIXT selection. The collection ‘explores the electric power of sculptural structure and light’ and contains lamps, glassware, vibrant rugs, and additional. The assortment is primarily based around how mild can effects the appear and truly feel of the house and options a warm color palette and quirky doughnut-formed items as perfectly as sculptural lighting items that seem significant-end. Readily available from February, 4 of the items will become element of the IKEA assortment long-time period like the orange glass desk/ wall lamp, although other folks are offered for a minimal time only. Prices array from €1.50 for a pack of napkins to €279 for the major rug, but actually it is the pendant lights we have our sights on.

A sumptuous masterclass and a lot more with Irish contemporary winemakers

In search of the final address for the connoisseur in your existence? A really distinctive weekend is in store at the Satisfy the Makers occasion at Ashford Castle. Dine together with foremost winemakers together with Roísín Curley (left), Dermot and Ana Sugrue of Sugrue Wines, and Liam and Sinead Cabot of Roka Wines. On Friday night, a four-course food will be complemented by wines from this renowned team of makers. Following a lavish night’s sleep, attendees will meet in the castle’s cellars on Saturday night to get pleasure from a reception that includes Dermot Sugrue’s award-profitable glowing wine. A personal, six-course meal devised by Ashford Castle’s new government head chef Liam Finnegan will then complement Chateau de Fieuzal wines — creating it a meal to remember. Rates from €1,040 for every individual sharing incorporates B&B, two dinners, a mild lunch on the Saturday, the wine masterclass and wine tasting in the wine cellars. E-mail: [email protected] or call 094-9546003.