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Westmeath Arts Office will present the first solo exhibition of work by the talented young artist Emma Williams, opening this week. Originally from Dublin, Emma now resides in Westmeath and her exhibition, The Journey, will launch in the Atrium Space of the County Buildings in Mullingar tonight, Thursday February 5 at 6pm.
A seminar exploring arts, health, and young children’s early years will take place on Friday March 30 in Mullingar. Westmeath County Council Arts Office is hosting the event in association with Westmeath-based arts and health company Helium Arts.
An art auction, featuring works by many leading local and national artists, takes place in The Rowing Club, Woodquay, tomorrow at 8.30pm, to raise funds for The Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust,
To mark World Mental Health Week (9-15 October) in Kilkenny this year, representatives from a number of voluntary organisations will join with the HSE’s Kilkenny Mental Health Services to host a local open day at MacDonagh Junction on Friday October 14 from 12-8pm.
Kilkenny County Council’s Arts Office and the Butler Gallery is to launch the seventh in the series of Moot discussions, debates and seminars.
Westmeath’s first ever Culture Night was held last week, September 24, and was hailed “a great success” by Westmeath County Council, who were delighted by the turnout and support shown.
Cllr Mick Dollard wants more artistic features in the town of Mullingar.
The Museum of Broken Relationships is coming to Ireland for the first time and coming straight to the heart of Kilkenny as part of this world tour.
At least 165 Westmeath artists have managed to stay and work in the county over the last six years, thanks to the support of the county council, the Arts Officer revealed in her presentation to the chamber this week.