The Business of the Arts

According to the IrishTimes.com [this article is now behind a paywall], Gabriel Byrne will be doing something new later this year. FUNDING:┬áCOMPANIES WILL have to be more involved in the arts to make up for the absence of Government funding, Minister for the Arts Jimmy Deenihan has said. Speaking at […]

The 2011 Salzburg Festival

While everyone else is coping with heat waves, the summer doldrums, and earthquakes (!), we find Mr. Byrne off in Salzburg, catching some culture and adding his own brand of gravitas and smiles to the proceedings. We have pictures and video from two events: Young Directors Project Montblanc sponsors this […]

The Byrne-ing News, February 2011 Edition

Updated Feb 15 The very nice Jessica at Dominican University has responded with the following disappointing news: Unfortunately we have just learned that Gabriel will not be able to attend our benefit to accept his Bravo Award due to delays in his film shooting schedule. We are hoping he will […]

The Imagine Ireland Launch Continues-Updated

The New York City Launch, January 7 The launch of Imagine Ireland at Lincoln Center in New York City on January 7 continues to gather enthusiastic responses from press in the US and Ireland. CBS Chicago: $5M Grant Brings Ireland To Chicago Irish Fireside: A Year of Irish Arts in […]

Our Ambassador On The Go!

When Gabriel Byrne is not burning up the airwaves as troubled but brilliant therapist Paul Weston, you will find him wearing his Cultural Ambassador for Ireland hat in a variety of intriguing places, both here in the US and at home in Ireland. global irish network Irish Central, November 10: […]

The Inspirational Gabriel Byrne

So, what does Gabriel Byrne do these days when he is not filming the third season of our favorite series, In Treatment? Well, we know he does not sit around relaxing, that is certain! Monday, June 28, he met with Irish Tourism Minister Mary Hanafin in New York, of course, […]