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Luisne Art Project is an arts disability project run for the users of Crann Mor Centre in Ballinrobe. The group meet at an art studio in TACU Family Resource Centre in Ballinrobe on a weekly basis. The workshops are facilitated by the artist Breda Murphy who has worked with the group from its foundation. The project has been running for eight years and during that time a huge range of artistic media has been explored by the artists and a number of collaborations with other groups have taken place.
Luisne Art Project will launch a new exhibition of art with special guest speaker Denis Toomey, manager of the Irish Paralympic Cycling Team.
Opening in the Linenhall Foyer on Tuesday June 16 is Luisne - Four Years On, a colourful and engaging exhibition celebrating four years of The Luisne Project, a unique art programme at Crann Mor Centre, Ballinrobe. This exciting body of work showcases painting and sculpture by participants of Crann Mor Centre, facilitated by Breda Murphy.
Eleanoir Cazabon-Regan, who holds a BA Hons (Dance Education) and is a registered teacher with distinction and also mentor for the Royal Academy of Dance, has been the principle of All Stars Performing Arts Academy since 1999. This academy has been offering classes in Ballinrobe for the past 10 years. During these years the pupils of the academy have attained great success in RAD examinations and the annual shows.