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The film Silent Moves, which received national acclaim following its launch last November, is being screened this evening and next Friday at Ballina Arts Centre.
In 1992, the General Assembly of the United Nations proclaimed December 3 as International Disabled People’s Day, which brings together individuals, businesses, community organisations, and governments from every corner of the world to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions, skills, and achievements of disabled people. Mayo County Council’s Arts Office has made a considerable commitment to the development of arts and disability and has an excellent working relationship with a number of local arts initiatives for groups of disabled artists such as the Luisne visual arts project, Ballinrobe, and the Scanán Technology project, Ballina.
Croí Glan, one of Ireland’s leading integrated dance companies, will join forces this September with young people from Ridgepool Training Centre and Danceworld, the west coast’s largest and most successful dance and performance academy to create a new dance piece. At a day long workshop on September 22, disabled and non-disabled dancers will get together in a participatory form of dance that encourages trust and self-expression. Out of this experience will emerge a work which will be performed as part of the Mayo Culture Night on September 23 in Ballina Arts Centre at 8pm.
It’s A Knockout will take place once again this year for Western Care Association during the Ballina Salmon Festival. Held in the grounds of the Scoil Padraig Boys’ National School, Ballina, on Monday July 13 this team event, which can be best described as school sports day for adults, is a hilarious and fun event specially designed to provide maximum laughs and plenty of participation!