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A total of 10 Westmeath projects are to take part in the sold-out grand finale of the Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition 2013 at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin today, Friday April 19.
Westmeath students have swept the boards at the Western final of the Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition 2013. Of the 20 amazing outfits announced as finalists, 10 were designed by Westmeath students.
It was a full house at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone recently for the Western Regional Final of the ERP Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition which saw the top 80 entries from the west take to the catwalk in their self-made creations. The competition, which is in its second year, challenges second level students to rework trash and other recycled materials into remarkable high-end couture fashion. Milliner Rachel Feeley, visual artist Ann Eingfield, dressmaker and designer Terry McGann, and head of corporate communications at ERP Ireland Yvonne Holmes judged on the night and were blown away by the standard and variety on show.
A host of leading Irish and Ireland-based musicians were on hand to launch love:live music presented by Music Network in association with RTÉ Lyric FM.
The funeral is to take place today in Carrick-on-Shannon of the 20-year-old student who died following a violent assault in Mullingar two days before Christmas.
Most people who care about poetry, hearing the name Samuel Taylor Coleridge, will think immediately of that wonderfully strange masterpiece, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Christabel, a ‘Gothic’ tale of a vampire-like woman, or, perhaps, Kubla Khan, that “vision in a dream”, possibly induced by the poet’s growing addiction to opium, but which is, nonetheless, a perfectly finished work of art.
Westmeath ASTI representative Peter Keaney, who teaches at Wilson’s Hospital School, Co Westmeath, is urging local TDs to protect education in Budget 2012 by voting against any plans to increase the pupil-teacher ratio or reduce resources to schools.
“Exceptional” and “significant” were some of the reactions of Mullingar’s school principals on Wednesday, when some 500 of their students discovered what their future was now most likely to hold.
Some 63 students who sat the Junior Certificate exam in 2009 at secondary schools throughout Westmeath were recognised at a special award ceremony at AIT last week.
Three architectural practices are working with Transition Year students in Westmeath schools on A Space for Learning, a national design competition created by the Irish Architecture Foundation to challenge current thinking on school design, where architects collaborate with the end-users of educational spaces - the students.