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Welcome to the May edition of our Newsletter
News this month
Close Encounter: Meetings with Remarkable Buildings returns home from the Venice Biennale to tour Ireland
Laureate for Irish Fiction lecture ‘The Lives of the Saints’ to be presented at Queen’s University Belfast
Grants and Awards
2020 Visual Artists Workspace scheme application deadline.
Culture Ireland and the Arts Council announce Open Call for Expressions of Interest for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition Venice, La Biennale di Venezia, 2020.
Film Artist in Residence (Screenwriter) University College Cork 2019-2020
Traditional Artist in Residence
News from the community
Music Generation – Head of Quality, Support and Development
Literature Producers Forum
TAKING TIME: An Appreciation of Irish Craft
Acting Director/CEO of the Irish Writers Centre (50 weeks from July 2019)
FRESH STREET#3 | 22 – 24th May
NEST 2019
Proposition: Should we fear the Algorithm? Exploring Artificial Intelligence
Bealtaine Book Club – Éilís Ní Dhuibhne in Conversation
Bilingual Takin' the Mic at ILFD with Marcus Mac Conghail and Nicole Flattery
Submit to Novel Fair 2020
Proposition: Should we fear the Algorithm? Exploring Artificial Intelligence

The Irish Writers Centre has launched a new events-based series entitled Proposition which aims to welcome socially relevant and thought-provoking topics to be discussed as a way to inspire writers and other artists in their artistic endeavours. The first in the series will see author of To Be a MachineMark O’Connell in conversation with self-professed technology evangelist, Claire Dillon discussing the onset and implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in society today and the future to come. 

Date: Wed 1 May

Time: 7-9pm

Location: Irish Writers Centre

For more information and tickets visit the link below: