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Mayo County Council announces Tyrone Guthrie regional bursary scheme recipients

Every year Mayo County Council offers two special bursary awards to artists born or living in Mayo, to enable them to spend two weeks at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig, County Monaghan. Each bursary covers all board and lodging expenses for a two-week period, plus the use of a studio if relevant. There are a variety of work spaces including studios, a music room for composers and musicians, a multi-media room and a large rehearsal and performance space.

Moate Culture even is looking for your help!

Moate will host its own culture day and night this September in conjunction with Westmeath and National Culture Night and they are looking for you to help!

Devious new cast to open Shifting at the Arts Office

The Devious Theatre Company will present the second play of their ‘In The Future When All’s Well’ season from April 18 in Kilkenny Arts Office.

Free workshops offered to Kilkenny writers

Kilkenny Council Arts Office and Library Service will run a series of free workshops for the county’s aspiring writers, with some of Kilkenny’s finest names in the arts offering their expert tutorship.

Devious Theatre commences residency in Arts Office with Scratcher

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Scratcher is a dark, satirical comedy set in a social welfare office on a gloomy Tuesday morning as six unemployed people slowly begin to transform into a revolutionary outfit bent on holding the country hostage. This is social warfare.

Seventh Moot discussion to deal with ‘Inno-vision’

Kilkenny County Council’s Arts Office and the Butler Gallery is to launch the seventh in the series of Moot discussions, debates and seminars.

Devious Theatre launch In The Future When All’s Well

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For the first time a theatre company will be taking up the post of Artists in Residence in Kilkenny Co Council Arts Office. Kilkenny group The Devious Theatre Company were delighted to be invited by Arts Officer Mary Butler to take up residency in the Arts Office. The group will be working in No 76 John Street until July.

Amateur drama award recipients announced

Disabled People’s Day

Mayo County Council’s Arts Office supports International Disabled People’s Day, which will take place on December 3.

Thinking of a career in the creative field?

Are you thinking of pursuing a career as a film maker, musician, animator, writer, or architect? If so Mayo County Council Arts Office in partnership with the TF Royal is organising a not to be missed Creative Careers Day. The Creative Careers Day is one of the many events that make up Excel, Mayo County Council’s youth arts programme.

 

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