Currently in our gallery
Observations by Emer Kelly
Exhibition produced by the GoodPlanet and supported by French Embassy in Ireland.
16th April - 26th May 2012
Forests are the milieu on earth with the highest number of forms of life and species. Forests play an essential role in water, carbon and oxygen cycles. They contribute to creating, enhancing and protecting soils. Hundreds of millions of people’s livelihoods depend on forests. They are also the source of a large part of our medicines. read more…
A talk by Dr Alicia St Leger
Thursday 31st May at 6pm At the Alliance Française de Cork Gallery
Talk will be followed by finger food and drinks reception to mark the end of Spring term 2012.
Dr. Alicia St. Leger will give an illustrated talk exploring the fascinating story of the White Star Line’s most famous ship – Titanic. She will examine the background to the creation of the Titanic and her sister ships Olympic and Britannic, each of which was the largest ship in the world when built. read more…
As usual, it offers a huge variety of event across our city, highlighting all the opportunities there are for learning, whatever your age.
Events at AF Cork read more…
A screening of
Invente –moi un pays par Catalina Villar
Synopsis: “The director asked children learning to live in exile in France to participate in making a short fiction film. The making of the film would become the material for a documentary. The cinema workshop is a place where these children can talk about their memories and become involved in all kinds of discussions about subjects like racism and religion.”
Date : Tuesday 20th March 2012
Venue: Alliance Française de Cork, 36 Mary street, Cork (2nd floor)
Time : 2.30pm
Admission free – all welcome