This year Nano Nagle Place has the pleasure of bringing you two events to enjoy on Culture Night.
This summer we are joining with Decade of Centenary commemoration by exploring Cork in 1920. In 1920 Cork became ‘the Cockpit of Revolution’ which saw the deaths of two lord mayors and the city burnt.
Using our rich archives we look at the everyday lives of the sisters and students of South and North Presentation Convents, and from there explore life at home in Cork in 1920 and the impact of the burning of Cork on a city already in the grip of a housing crisis.
With our friends at Green Schools we have created a great sustainability activity book. Come and pick up a copy and some pencils and find out why it’s great to be sustainable!
Time: 4pm - 9pm
Genres: Arts and Crafts / Visual Art
Features: Family friendly
Address: South Presentation Convent, Douglas Street
Phone: 021 419 3580
No Booking Required