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Linda Hunt exhibition at the Linenhall

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Natural Rhythms, an exhibition of prints by Linda Hunt, continues at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar for the month of July. The exhibition comprises a suite of limited edition collograph and dry point prints created by artist Linda Hunt in response to her experience of landscape, seascape, natural forms, and shapes. In the words of the artist herself: “Process is an important element in making the work and it is one of continuous discovery and communication with the medium. I like the contrast the medium provides between definite forms and shapes and more nebulous qualities. Fluidity, line, layering, and texture are all important elements in this process as are spatial relationships. Colour is rooted in natural sources and is both animated and subdued.” Thus, says Hunt, the resulting works “observe the formal elements of visual rhetoric and reflect my personal connection with my immediate environment.” The exhibition runs until Saturday August 1.

World Fleadh events at the Linenhall

The World Fleadh, one of Ireland's biggest music festivals, comes to Castlebar from July 31 to August 8, with a fantastic selection of top Irish traditional, folk, Celtic, and country music acts. The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar is delighted to host a number of these prestigious concerts over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Young Mayo singing talent debuts at the Linenhall

The Linenhall is set for a very special night when gifted young singer Elaine Madden gives her debut headlining performance at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday September 17 at 8pm.

Wonderful winter line up at the Linenhall

Magical music and poetry evening

Comedy at the Linenhall

Peadar de Burca brings his outrageous new comedy Why Men Marry to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday December 10 at 8pm.

Whistleblast family concert at Linenhall this weekend

The WhistleBlast Quartet presents a Christmas family concert at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Saturday December 12 at 3pm. The WhistleBlast Quartet (Mary Curran, French horn; Kenneth Edge, saxophones, clarinet; Síle Daly, oboe, cor anglais; Andrew Synnott, piano) performs and narrates Tchaikovsky’s magical Nutcracker Suite as arranged by Ken Edge as part of this Christmas family concert for all ages. Booking is advised. Telephone 094 9023733 for more details, and family tickets of four are available at a special rate.


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