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SINEAD O’CONNOR, one of Ireland’s most individual, eclectic, and controversial singer-songwriters, and John Grant, the American singer-songwriter, whose music The Guardian described as “completely compelling, profoundly discomforting but beautiful”, play the Galway International Arts Festival this summer.
When watching a film, one often fails to appreciate the sheer scale of the process and the work that goes into every little detail, every creative intricacy, that fills the screen.
JOHN GRANT, the American singer-songwriter, whose albums Queen Of Denmark and Pale Green Ghosts have won him admiration and acclaim, is coming to Galway.
LotusEater are a four piece trip/rock band who will perform at the Roscommon Arts Centre gallery as part of their ongoing collaboration with artist Aoibheann Greenan. The band’s performance will incorporate the costumes and props that have, up until that point, acted as sculptural assemblages in the gallery space. The band will activate the works within the space and will be the closing act for Greenan’s solo exhibition in the gallery space.
LotusEater is the title of an ongoing collaboration between Aoibheann Greenan and a Dublin-based band of the same name. The project explores various levels at which the work can be experienced and disseminated, and will take multiple forms; an immersive installation consisting of sculptural assemblages, props, and costumes; a one-night music performance. The exhibition will evolve as works are added throughout the exhibition’s duration culminating in the LotusEater performing in the gallery space.
If there is one place to warm yourself during the cold snap it has to be Ard Bia. From invigorating hot juices to homemade produce, there is something special for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Ballina Arts Centre is delighted to announce the return this year of its annual Kindermusic Summer Camp for Children. Running on the week of Monday August 10 to Friday August 14, this five-day workshop is an engaging introduction to understanding the important elements of music, based on the Kodaly method. Under the direction of Edel McDonnell, each workshop lasts for 90 minutes and promises lots of fun activities during the week with a concert on the final day for parents, family and friends.
Remember the joke ‘What’s the difference between Iceland and Ireland? One letter and six months!’ Oh how Insider wishes that had been true.