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Out and about in Mayo

Documentary premiere in Castlebar

Ballyhaunis celebrates opening of communal house

Recently Ballyhaunis Social Housing Ltd held a blessing of a communal house which is now open to the residents of Clare Court and the active retirement group in Ballyhaunis.

Photo exhibition

David Creedon, the Cork born photographer, continues to display his exhibition entitled Variations on Pianoforte in Áras Inis Gluaire until the end of October.

Altered Images in Ballina

Council Arts Office, South Tipperary County Council Arts Service and the Irish Museum Of Modern Art, supported by the Arts Council, which will open at the Ballina Arts Centre on Thursday August 13 at 7.30pm.

Take a different look with Altered Images

Altered Images, a ground-breaking, multi-sensory accessible visual arts exhibition, which aims to introduce new ways of seeing and experiencing art for both disabled and non-disabled people opened in the Ballina Arts Centre yesterday evening and will run until September 30.

Altered Images exhibition at Ballina Arts Centre

Throughout August and September, Ballina Arts Centre will host Altered Images, an exhibition of works from the collections of South Tipperary County Council, Mayo County Council, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition included works by Thomas Brezing, David Creedon, Alice Maher, Caroline McCarthy, and Abigail O’Brien, as well as specially commissioned works by Amanda Coogan and Daphne Wright.

Altered Images exhibition at Ballina Arts Centre

Throughout September, Ballina Arts Centre will host Altered Images, an exhibition of works from the collections of South Tipperary County Council, Mayo County Council and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition included works by: Thomas Brezing, David Creedon, Alice Maher, Caroline McCarthy, and Abigail O’Brien, as well as specially commissioned works by Amanda Coogan and Daphne Wright.

Culture night at Ballina Arts Centre

Since its launch in 2006, Culture Night has grown from being a Dublin-only phenomenon to expanding this year across the country. On Friday September 25, arts and cultural organisations will throw their doors open beyond normal closing hours, and welcome visitors of all ages for a taste of free culture for one night. Ballina Arts Centre will be open until 10.30pm that night and is presenting a programme of events and activities aimed at all ages, with something for all tastes. Culture Night is an initiative co-ordinated by Temple Bar Cultural Trust and supported by the Department of Arts, Sport, and Tourism in partnership with Mayo County Council and participating venues.

 

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