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Ignite, the new platform to facilitate the creation of ambitious new work by professional artists with disabilities is seeking submissions.
Mayo County Council's Arts Office is delighted to announce the launch of Ignite! a new and innovative approach to commissioning and touring work by artists with disabilities. Ignite! Is managed through a unique partnership involving Mayo County Council Arts Office, The Arts Council/ An Chomhairle Ealaíon, Arts and Disability Ireland, Cork City Council and Galway City and County Councils.
The Kilkenny County Council is examining the possiblity of creating a seasonal winter wonderland for the Parade Plaza in Kilkenny this Christmas.
Galway is set to significantly reduce its carbon footprint after the Galway County Council has signed up to a new “green energy” power deal with leading independent energy provider Energia. The deal will reduce Galway’s carbon footprint by almost 14,000 tonnes each year.
Kilkenny County Council is among the record 27 local authorities that have switched to independent energy provider Energia for their unmetered electricity supply since this market was opened last year.
Mobile cameras are an option available to Westmeath County Council in its ongoing prosecution of illegal dumpers, county manager Danny McLoughlin confirmed this week after Cllr Frankie Keena complained about a pony carcass dumped on a public road outside Athlone.
The Galway County Council is to take part in a major initiative a review of how planning laws and policy are being implemented.
Following their acclaimed production of Beckett’s First Love at Ballina Arts Centre last year, Gare St. Lazare Players return on Wednesday May 27, (starting at 8pm) with one of the greatest novels ever written. The story of Captain Ahab on his epic journey of revenge in pursuit of the great white whale as told by the mysterious Ishmael, Moby Dick is an adventure story of biblical proportions. The role of Captain Ahab is performed in inimitable style by Conor Lovett. Moby Dick is produced with the support of The Arts Council and Cork City Council. Adm: €12/10. Booking essential.