RESCHEDULED: The Curious History of Irish Dogs

This talk, which was postponed from 28 February due to the severe weather alert, will now take place on 5 March at 6.30 pm. Booking required, via the DCNYF website

The Curious History of Irish Dogs - A talk for The Year of the Dog

Monday 5 March at 6.30pm

Speaker: David Blake Knox
An event by the Dublin Chinese New Year festival in association with the National Library.
The Year of the Dog offers a great opportunity to reflect on the role of ‘man’s best friend’ in Irish society, and in Chinese society. At this special event, writer of The Curious History of Irish Dogs David Blake Knox will shed light on the nine breeds of dog native to Ireland and the unique roles that each have played in Irish history. Blake Knox will be joined by Dublin based Chinese artist Angela Wang, who will create live illustrations inspired by the talk.

Booking required. Reserve your place on the DCNYF website

DCNYF is a programme of the City Arts Office, part of the Culture, Community & Recreation Department of Dublin City Council
Established in 2008, the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival (DCNYF) year-on-year celebrates, promotes and deepens the understanding of the Sino/Irish relationship.  The 2018 programme celebrates The Year of the Dog and marks the 10th year of this internationally recognised festival.
The festival begins on Chinese New Year’s Day on 16 February and runs until 4 March.

NLI Reference: CLON55
NLI Reference: CLON55
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