The Irish Headhunter: the Photographic Albums of Charles R. Browne, an exhibition by Ciarán Walsh and Dáithí de Mórdha. The photograph shows the poster for the exhibition as part of Éigse Dharach Uí Chatháin (celebration of Dharach Uí Chatháin, traditional singer*) in Áras Pobail (Community Centre) in the irish speaking community in Ráth Cairn, County Meath, Ireland. The festival took place during the weekend of 5 October, 2012. The xhibition was developed with funding by the Heritage Council of Ireland and the presented with funding from The Office of Public Works (OPW). A catalogue was published with funding from The Office of Public Works (OPW). The exhibition is now on tour to venues in Irish speaking areas of Ireland. In Decemmber it moves to the National Museum of Ireland. *Darach Ó Catháin is one of the acknowledged masters of the Connemara style of sean-nós singing. Sean nós (which means 'old style') is a highly-ornamented style of solo, unaccompanied singing in the Irish tradition. In 1975 he released an album titled "Traditional Irish Unaccompanied Singing"(Shanachie) which by wide consent is among the best sean-nós recordings ever made. His rendition of "Sail Òg Rua" particularly stands out. Darach also wrote songs from the age of twelve.