Posts Tagged ‘IAWA’

Darrah Carr reports back on the New York- New Belfast conference held in June, where loads of NYC's Irish culture movers and shakers turned up to speak.

Giant penises made by the artist Judith Bernstein as discussed by Ann McCoy, and two random appearances by the Cell’s dog, Harry, were moments that stood out...

Karen Daly runs down the latest IAW&A salon!

How It’s New York: The 2012 Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award celebration took place at the Manhattan Club above Rosie O’Grady’s, a convivial...

How It’s New York: Judy Collins is being honored by the Irish American Writers and Artists on Oct. 15 as their winner of the Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement...

How It’s New York: Larry Kirwan can often be seen at the Irish American Writers & Artists evemts, when not playing gigs at Connolly’s, Paddy Reilly’s, B.B....

How It’s New York: Joe Hurley’s Ourland Festival took place at one of New York City’s cultural hubs, Lincoln Center. How It’s Irish: The Ourland Festival...

How It’s New York: Irish American John Kearns is a playwright, poet and novelist who lives in the Bronx. His rousing and raucous play In the Wilderness is...

How It’s New York: These bi-monthly readings at IAWA have turned into a real New York scene: newcomers and regulars, sharing their art, sharing...

How It’s New York:  Malachy McCourt is a literary Irish fixture in New York, one of the founders of  Irish American Writers & Artists (IAWA), and the person...

How It’s New York:  Ashley Davis can often be seen at events around New York, including “Pen, Paper and Palate” and the Irish American Writers and Artists’...

How It’s New York: The traditional evening of music and storytelling took place at Glucksman Ireland House at New York University (NYU). The Airneal...