Talks & Workshops

James Ryan Fri 28th Apr
Writer-in-Residence with the Ireland Fund of Monaco, James Ryan, presents a talk entitled: "Why did the Irish experience of emigration, so prevalent in the post war period, feature so rarely in the literature of the time?" and some readings from 'Home from England'
Professor John Horne, Professor of Modern European History, Trinity College Dublin, presents a talk entitled: Ireland and the Greater War, 1912-1923
Polar Historian, Micheal Smith gives a talk entitled: Tom Crean - Ireland’s Unsung Hero.
Educational workshop in Mouans Sartoux serving as a taster in anticipation of the eight-week course in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction which will take place on most Wednesday mornings starting on 3 May 2017. Some guided meditation and an exploration of what Mindfulness is and how it can help with...
A free introduction to Chinese Medicine and well being.
Professor Tina Waldeier Bizzarro, Department of History of Art, Rosemont College, Pennsylvania gives a talk entitled: The History of Irish Book Illumination of the Golden Age, (600-800 CE)
Dr Kevin Costello, Senior Lecturer at the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin gives a talk entitled: The Irish Bankrupt 1860-1930.
Making Gardens Mon 12th Jun
Garden Designer and Television Presenter, Diarmuid Gavin, gives a talk entitled: Making Gardens: A Romp Through History, an Examination of the Contemporary and a Peek at the Future of Garden Design
Dr Mary Pierse from University College Cork, Ireland Fund of Monaco Acedemic-in-residence at the Princess Grace Irish Library gives a talk entitled: George Moore at the Fin de Siècle : A World of Discovery.
Filmmaker, Mary McGuckian gives a talk entitled: The House that Eileen Gray Built.