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A Heart That is Free
Terence MacSwiney in Context

17 June 2016 - Cork Opera House


Presented by Crawford Art Gallery &
Dr. Éimear O'Connor HRHA


This free event is an enganging and accessible introduction to MacSwiney's less known cultural legacy. Featuring excerpts from MacSwineys' 1914 play The Revolutionist, the day will celebrate the author's cultural life and context.


A Heart That Is Free
Terence MacSwiney in Context - Part One



A Heart That is Free
Terence MacSwiney in Context - Part Two



A Heart That Is Free
Terence MacSwiney in Context - Part Three



FRIDAY 17 JUNE 
11:00     gathering
11:30      Éimear O’Connor | opening remarks
11:40      Cathal MacSwiney Brugha | Terence MacSwiney: From Mysticism to Militarism

12:00      Excerpt 1: The Revolutionist (I, vi)
12:10      Excerpt 2: The Revolutionist (I, x)
12:20:     Fíona Ní Bhriain | From Text to Image: The       Literary Output of Terence MacSwiney
12:40      break for lunch 

13:45      Éimear O’Connor | remarks
13:50      Tom Spalding | The Cork International Exhibitions and Irish Nationalism 
14:10      Excerpt 3: The Revolutionist (III, i)
14:20      Excerpt 4: The Revolutionist (II, i)
14:30      John Borgonovo | Terence MacSwiney and Cork’s revolutionary zeitgeist, 1905-1915

14:50      tea/coffee 
 
15:10      Thérèse McIntyre | Cuireadóir and “The Music of Freedom”
15:30      Excerpt 5: The Revolutionist (IV, iii)
15:40      Excerpt 6: The Revolutionist (V, ii)
15:50      Gabriel Doherty | “The look of the conquerer”: Terence MacSwiney and Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
16:10      responses
16:30      end

The event is free - All welcome
Tickets for the event are only available online at eventbrite.ie
or contact Crawford Art Gallery on (021) 490 7853.