Culture Night

This Culture Night, TU Dublin will welcome visitors to the East Quad on our new campus in Grangegorman, with events taking place from 6pm to 10pm. Visit this new multi-disciplinary arts building, which will be filled with exhibitions, performances, seminars and talks curated by the staff and students of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.

Based within walking distance of Broadstone and Smithfield, the Grangegorman Campus is a haven in the city centre with beautiful grounds for all to enjoy.

Our event will be walk-in, and registration is not required. We look forward to seeing you on Friday, 22 September!

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Event Description Venue Time

Language Studies

The benefits of Film, Music and Literature in the study of modern languages. Film Screening: Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados/Living is Easy with Eyes Closed (David Trueba, 2013) in original Spanish with English Subtitles followed by Q&A EQ015 Organ Room 6pm-8.30pm

School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology

‘Gilded Gravel in the Bowl’: Ireland’s Cuisine and Culinary Heritage in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney Talk/Discussion with Anke Klitzing. EQ002 6.30pm
‘Irish heritage drinks: From Mead to Poitín’ Talk/Discussion with Judith Boyle. EQ002 7.15pm
‘The Pub Snug’ Talk/Discussion James Murphy EQ002 8.00pm

School of Media

Screening the 2023 Film & Broadcasting graduate films Various film screenings, full details to follow Black Box Theatre TBC

School of Art & Design

MA Creative Arts Graduate Ongoing exhibition from MA students Lower Atrium EQ 6pm-10pm
Art & Design Workshop Tour Walkthrough workshop ground floor EQ-003 Workshop 6pm-10pm


Piano & Ensemble Concerts   Concert Hall, EQ 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm
Vocal Recitals   Recital Hall 6.30pm, 7.30pm, 8.30pm, 9.30pm