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Tatiana Kireeva


Gallery of Photography: Engage

By Tatiana Kireeva / July 11, 2017

Engage, a photography exhibition kicked off at the Gallery of Photography in Dublin on June 22nd and is on till August 30. The exhibition display work of various artists who specialize in the area of photography. Exhibition began with Rural Fluorescent, by Jill Quigley and consisted of a set of photographs of the landscape on […]


More fatalities expected in German bus accident

By Tatiana Kireeva / July 3, 2017

A bus crashed into a lorry on the A9 motorway in South Germany on Monday morning. The accident took place near Stammbach in North Bavaria where the coach burst into flames after the collision. However, it is still not clear what caused the collision between two vehicles. There were 46 passengers and 2 drivers present […]


New controversial travel ban by Trump

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 30, 2017

Donald Trump signed a new travel ban that will be in force in the next 90 days. The rules apply to people from 6 Muslim countries, namely Sudan, Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen, but even all refugees are under the ban from now.   For citizens of affected countries, it is no longer possible […]


Irish Potato Famine: Never forget

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 29, 2017

The Irish Potato Famine is a big part of Irish history. The Famine took more than 1 million lives of the Irish the population and forced more than 2 million to leave the country. Despite the evidence of event’s importance, there is no permanent exhibition on the subject in all of  Ireland. But from the […]


Inspirefest 2017

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 27, 2017

Inspirefest is a unique international festival of technology, science, design and the arts. The festival will take place from the 6th to the 8th of July at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin, Ireland. Inspirefest is Europe’s leading sci-tech and Arts festival. It is unique in its diversity and inclusion at its heart. The festival returns […]


Pride Parade: The freedom we all want to achieve

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 26, 2017

Last Saturday, the 24th of June, Dublin, usually grey and rainy, changed its colour palette to a brighter rainbowlike one. Free sweets, bubbles flying, rainbow-flags and people in different funny costumes turned Dublin into a more peaceful and lively place, welcoming everybody to participate in its life. “To celebrate Pride Parade for us is to […]


School Portraits at Draíocht

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 26, 2017

School Portraits, an exhibition held and organized by Draíocht from the 24th of May to the 24th of June at Draíocht, displayed work of 4 artists who expressed themselves through different kinds of art form. The exhibition represented Irish school life through different times and even went deeper on student’s thoughts with a part Seen […]


The Orthodox Spirit in Dublin

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 22, 2017

The Orthodox Spirit, Chamber Choir Ireland’s new concert series, took place in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin on Wednesday, where hundreds of people were treated to some high quality classical and contemporary music, both old and new. People had already gathered outside the church by 7.00 pm. “We are here to listen to some beautifully performed music […]


North Korea to co-host Winter Olympics

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 21, 2017

North Korea may be involved in hosting some Winter Olympic skiing events next year. This suggestion came from South Korea which is the official host of  The Winter Olympics in February 2018.   North and South Korea’s political relations won’t have any influence on The Winter Olympics. North Korea is welcomed to take part and […]


Too hot for planes to fly

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 20, 2017

More than 49 flights are cancelled in Phoenix, Arizona. The reason – too hot for planes to fly. Dozens of flights have been cancelled at Sky Harbor airport because of the high air temperature. The weather forecast for the US city suggests that the temperature on Tuesday could reach 49C. That is higher that the […]