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Excel 15, Mayo County Council’s annual exuberant celebration of young people’s creativity takes place this March. A feast of events, workshops, exhibitions and showcases await this year’s young audiences and events are happening right across the county.
A major investment to improve energy efficiency in a number of homes, community buildings, sports facilities and local authority buildings, has been announced in Mayo.
In September Mayo born artist Niamh O’Malley will return to her home county for a unique exhibition featuring recent examples of her work in five different venues around the Mayo region. Creating a cultural trail through some of Ireland’s most stunning landscapes, visitors are encouraged to engage with Niamh’s work in exhibition spaces in Belmullet, Ballycastle, Ballina, Castlebar and Westport.
In September Mayo born artist Niamh O’Malley will return to her home county for a unique exhibition featuring recent examples of her work in five different venues around the Mayo region.
Exciting theatre, visual art, music and more are on the menu for people in Mayo this year, the Arts Council said this week.
WHO IS Afraid of The Big Bad Woods? is the intriguing title of Maev Lenaghan’s exhibition in the University Hospital Galway Arts Corridor.
The Custom House Studios at Westport Quay is currently hosting an exhibition of works by over 42 artists and it will run every day until January 20. Participating artists are from all across Ireland and from overseas. Then opening on January 24 will be an exhibition from Paddy Lamb entitled Memory of Absence. This exhibition will be opened by His Excellency, Loyola Hearn, Ambassador of Canada to Ireland at 7.30pm on Thursday, January 24.
The team at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, believe we all should have access to the very best creative experiences there are. That is why they are bringing us RoolaBoola Children's Arts Festival, a festival for children aged two to 12 years, over the October Bank Holiday weekend, 26 - 29. This year RoolaBoola includes really wonderful theatre shows and arts workshops to inspire and delight young audiences.
Sense of Place, a curated exhibition presented in association with Ballinglen Arts Foundation, opens on Friday week, October 5. The Linenhall Arts Centre’s annual visual art exhibition for children features the work of artists working in media including paint, photography and sculpture. The show has been curated by the Linenhall’s community arts team, from the collection at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation. Over several visits, artists Breda Burns, Marian McHale, Jodi Coyne, and Rachel McDonnell, assisted by Patricia Halligan, selected a series of works to capture the imagination of younger viewers and offer them the opportunity to explore the theme in depth. Throughout the month of October they will deliver gallery tours and workshops to school groups. Booking for these tours is essential and can be done by calling, 094 9023733.
On Friday September 21, locals and visitors to Mayo will enjoy the special experience of Culture Night, a free night of cultural exploration and excitement in 22 venues across the county. Museums, galleries, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural groups will keep their doors open late into the evening welcoming people of all ages to taste and sample their cultural delights for free on the evening.