Beara Arts Festival Begins with a Special Commemoration

The Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr. Christopher O’Sullivan, will officially launch Beara Arts Festival 2019 at the Beara Coast Hotel, Castletownbere, at 3 pm Saturday, August 3rd. The Festival, which is proudly supported by Cork County Council, will run until August 11th. The launch event will also mark the opening of the exhibition, Landscapes of a Life: The Paintings of John Eagle.

Square gets Re-Imagined as ‘Free Market’ Pavilion lands in Macroom

As part of its national tour, the acclaimed architectural exhibition, Free Market, arrived in Macroom last weekend, to a very positive response. The County Council supported event explores the vital role that market places play in the life of rural communities. Free Market, was Ireland’s national representation at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, last year. The exhibition won widespread acclaim for its exploration of the unique identity of Irish rural towns.

Accessible Professional Development for Artists and Arts Workers July 2021

The Accessible Professional Development Programme is a series of four webinars via Zoom with an array of artists and artists professionals.

Delivered by Cork County Council Arts Office and facilitated by Róisín Power Hackett, the programme aims to encourage artists and arts workers in all art forms in County Cork to develop arts projects. While the focus is on access to supports for people with disabilities, people without disabilities are very much invited to attend.

Fiseán ón údar Siobhan Ní Mhuimhneacháin maidir lena leabhar nua 'An Gadaí Dubh'

Mar chuid dár gceiliúradh do Sheachtain na Gaeilge tá físeán speisialta againn le taispeáint daoibh ó scríbhneoir áitiúil den scoth, Siobhán Ní Mhuimhneacháin maidir lena leabhar nua 'An Gadaí Dubh'

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