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Westmeath Arts Office will present the first solo exhibition of work by the talented young artist Emma Williams, opening this week. Originally from Dublin, Emma now resides in Westmeath and her exhibition, The Journey, will launch in the Atrium Space of the County Buildings in Mullingar tonight, Thursday February 5 at 6pm.
Westmeath-based illustrator Jennifer Farley has officially opened her newest solo exhibition in the Atrium in the County Buildings.
Mahatma Gandhi once said that “A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people” and this is very true of Westmeath, as for this year’s Culture Night on Friday September 20 over 45 free events will take place across the county.
It might not be on until September, but Westmeath Arts Office are already looking for volunteers for this year’s Culture Night.
More than 7,500 children and young people in Westmeath and Offaly will now have access to music tuition for the next three years thanks to a €1 million injection of funds announced this week.
Athlone now has a new ladies singing group in town, Athlone A Cappella.
Westmeath County Council are delighted to announce the third year of the Midlands Masterclasses series in association with Laois, Longford, and Offaly county councils. The series has been developed as a response to the professional needs of visual artists, musical enthusiasts, dancers, writers, and performers right across the Midlands.
This year Westmeath Arts Office is funding an exciting creative writing project for young aspiring writers. This course has been running for three years now with novelist Caroline Barry hosting the workshops in Kilbeggan Library.