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.
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.
Renowned throughout the country, the UK, Europe, and further afield, the West Cork Chamber Music Festival takes place this year from Friday, June 28th to Sunday, July 7th.
Cork Young Filmmakers Workshops are delighted to invite you to apply for a place on a week-long Summer Film Making Programme in various locations throughout the County. If you have always wanted to make a movie, learn new skills in front of and behind the camera and would like to have fun and meet new people then we look forward to hearing from you.
The countdown is on! Just one week to go until Culture Night Cork County!
Whether you’re interested in dance, theatre, art or literature there is something for everyone to enjoy! Culture Night takes place on Friday, the 20th of September from 4pm to midnight, showcasing the very best of local, national and international talents!
The event caters for all age groups, from family-friendly puppet shows to paint and processo workshops. With over one hundred events happening throughout Cork County there is plenty to choose from and everything is free!
Mallow Arts Festival 2019 – July 24th to 28th
The Mallow Arts Festival committee are delighted to announce that this year’s Festival will be opened by Mallow native Danny Mc Carthy.