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Ballina Municipal District councillors have agreed to communicate their thanks and appreciation to Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring following the recent allocations for projects as part of the Town and Village renewal Scheme in the county. At a Municipal District meeting last week councillors were informed that all four projects in the county which had applied for funding were successful.
Ballina Arts Centre showcased some of the best in contemporary drawing from the Netherlands with Human Chain, an exhibition featuring the work of seven Dutch artists. The exhibition, which features a wide variety of styles of drawing, was selected by Arno Kramer (who is also one of the artists in the exhibition) and will run at the venue until the end of October.
The Arts Council, the government agency for leading the development of the arts in Ireland, this week announced funding of €314,500 for Mayo in 2017. The Ballinglen Arts Foundation and the Ballina Arts Centre are among the four local centres and organisations that have been awarded funding by the arts agency.
Throughout July and August, Ballina Arts Centre – in partnership with the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, the Royal Hiberian Academy, and Mayo County Council – will present The Foggy Dew, an exhibition of new works by RHA president Mick O’Dea, at the Ballina Civic Offices, and the Ballinglen Arts Foundation gallery in Ballycastle.
EXCEL 16, Mayo County Council’s annual exuberant celebration of young people’s creativity takes place this month. A feast of events, workshops, exhibitions and showcases await this year’s young audiences, and events are happening right across the county. The programme is designed for teenagers and young adults (13 – 21) to get involved in and enjoy! Full details of the programme and brochure are available from Mayo Arts Office by calling (094) 9024444 ext 7471 or 7558 or by email on [email protected]
A top class line up of female speakers will take pare in a a panel discussion in Castlebar in April inspired by the work of 1916 revolutionary, doctor and Mayo native, Dr Kathleen Lynn. Dr Lynn's legacy was the inspiration around a current arts project that is taking place in a number of locations around the county that was launched last Friday. The panel discussion exploring the position of women in today’s world titled 'How Is It for Women Now? takes place at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 14 at 8pm. The event is scheduled as part of the extremely successful Kathleen Lynn: Insider on the Outside exhibition, currently running in five visual arts spaces in Mayo. Discussing the subject will be Sarah Durcan, Catherine Marshall, Sinead McCoole, Michelle Browne, and some other guests.
Mayo Arts Collaborative presents an exciting visual art project, 'Kathleen Lynn: Insider on the Outside', in five arts venues around Mayo until the end of April.