"As an artist, he has gone his own way, explored the Irish landscape and enhanced Irish landscape painting through the discovery andelaboration of an individual style," Seamus Heaney wrote in 1995 in a tribute to his friend TP Flanagan.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland welcomed the news that funded client Irish Pages will launch its unique and extraordinary issue, “Heaney” (Vol 8, No 2), on Friday, 30 January at 7.00 pm in The Cube, The Crescent Arts Centre, 2-4 University Road, Belfast. The launch will be preceded by a brief dedication of Deepa Mann-Kler’s neon light sculpture Noli Timere (Be Not Afraid), recording Heaney’s last words. The sculpture will remain on display in the foyer of the Crescent Arts Centre.
Seamus Heaney, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1995, has published numerous volumes of poetry, criticism, and translation. Heaney has been a resident of Dublin since 1976, but since 1981 he has spent part of each year teaching at Harvard University, where in 1984 he was elected the Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory.
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