Interested in being part of a local, sustainable, community based, affordable housing project? If so, come along to an open meeting to start a co-housing project in The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon. There will be a general presentation about co-housing and a brief talk about existing projects in Leeds, Stroud and Cloughjordan. This will be followed by open discussion, exchange of relevant information and an opportunity to connect.
Friday,February 10th at 7:30
Admission free but any donations would be gratefully appreciated
Hello dear Friend of Lessedra,
It is again my pleasure to invite you for the upcoming 7th International Art Exhibition in
A VERY SMALL SIZE.
Painting, Drawing, Watercolour, Collage, Photograph, Digital, Mixed Media…
With a respect to the quality of Art not to the size of Art
We start collecting of the works in September according to the conditions
(not updated yet, but the only changes are the dates…)
Deadline for sending packages is November 10th.
Looking forward to continue our cooperation…
Thank you very much for your attention.
With my best wishes from Sofia.
MY DARKNESS IS MY CANDLE
A talk with readings by Robert Little on
Friday, February 12 @ 8pm
is Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances,
sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Sarah Clancy is a page and performance poet from Galway, she has published three poetry collections: Stacey and the Mechanical Bull (Lapwing Press, Belfast, 2011) and Thanks for Nothing, Hippies (Salmon Poetry, 2012) and The Truth and Other Stories (Salmon Poetry, 2014). Along with fellow Galway poet Elaine Feeney she released a poetry CD called Cinderella Backwards in 2013. She has been short-listed in several of Ireland’s most prestigious written poetry competitions including The Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize, The Patrick Kavanagh Award and The Listowel Collection of Poetry Competition. In performance poetry, Sarah has won the Cuirt International Festival of Literature Grand Slam Championships and has twice been runner up in the North Beach Nights Grand Slam. In 2013 she was runner up in the All- Ireland Grand Slam Championships, and won The Bogman’s Cannon People’s Poetry Prize, 2015. She received an individual artist’s bursary from Galway City Council in 2013.
Forgotten Placenames and Landmarks
The North Clare Historical Society commences its 2015 lecture series on Monday 26th January with a talk by Colm Hayes entitled Forgotten Placenames and Landmarks of Ennistymon. In this illustrated talk the placename changes and the landmarks which have disappeared over the past 250 years will be outlined.
Colm Hayes is a native of Ennistymon and comes from an old Ennistymon family. He has operated a printing and stationery business in the town for over 40 years. He has had a lifetime interest in local history and was a founder member of the Old Ennistymon Society in the 1990s. He has edited a number of local publications including the popular Ennistymon Parish Magazine from the 1980s to 2002.
Venue: The Courthouse Gallery
The Artists Resource Room will hold its next meeting on the 24th of January at The Courthouse Gallery Ennistymon.
The afternoon is planned out as follows:
1:00 Open Critical Session – Artists are invited to bring along a digital image relating to a recent project for peer discussion.
2:15 Artist’s talk with John Hanrahan on his current show at The Courthouse Gallery ‘Variant’
3:00 Refreshment Tea Coffee Lemonade
3:15 Artists Film Screening – ‘Unstrung’ by artist Cecily Brennan
For more information contact
The Artists Resource Room is a volunteer led community group supported by County Clare Arts Office. It was established to provide a place for Visual Artists to network, discuss art, hear presentations, exchange ideas etc.
Due to the Amazing Success of last nights showing of the film ‘A Horse’s Tale’ We will be showing it again at 8pm tonight to accommodate all those who were unable to get into the very crowded Courthouse last night. We apologise to all the attendees that we just could not fit into the building and look forward to seeing you here tonight!