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Council Partners Culture Environment News
A visionary new climate action arts project responding to the ecological, cultural, industrial and historical heritage of Cork’s Glen River Park launches in the city this Friday, September 22nd. The project titled ‘Gleann a’ Phúca’ – referring to the fact the area was once known as ‘Glen of the Spooks’ – aims to celebrate, protect […]
Culture News
Minister Catherine Martin TD officially launched TG4’s new Irish language tv channel for children and young people, Cúla4. Speaking about the launch, Minister Martin said, “I am delighted to be in Galway today to launch the first ever dedicated Irish language children’s channel. The launch of a dedicated Irish language children’s channel gives TG4 the […]
Council Partners Culture News
Culture Night in County Wicklow to set to be the biggest and best yet this September, with events planned around the county. Visit Baltinglass on Culture Night for a fun filled night of music and creativity. Enjoy a special outdoor concert featuring Jerry Fish along with a stellar line-up of local musicians and singers including Mark Caplice, […]
Culture Education News
University College Cork’s (UCC) riverside campus will again be the backdrop to the sounds of the best household names and emerging artists, as the university hosts Other Voices for a second time this September. Taking place on Thursday 28 September, and hosted by MayKay, this year’s event will continue to celebrate the phenomenal breadth and diversity […]
Council Partners Culture News
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (dlr) County Council is delighted to host the dlr Festival of Inclusion every autumn. The aim of the annual dlr Festival of Inclusion is to highlight and celebrate social inclusion initiatives and to support and encourage all to actively participate and engage in the community. ‘Belonging | Muintearas’ is the overall festival theme this year […]
Council Partners Culture News
Get ready to celebrate Fingal’s rich heritage during National Heritage Week 2023 from August 12th-20th. There are a wide range of events taking place in Fingal including walks, talks, tours, exhibitions and more. National Heritage Week, is a nine-day celebration of Ireland’s natural, built and cultural heritage and aims to promote awareness of our heritage, […]