Galway City & County Arts e-Newsletter October 2007
Welcome to the Galway City & County Arts e-Newsletter!
Galway City & County Arts e-newsletter contains information about current and forthcoming exhibitions, arts events and arts opportunities in and for the Galway Area.
This month's newsletter is stuffed with great arts activities. We hope you can all come and support the myrid of events talking place in October, congratulations to everyone involved, October is just jam packed with exciting arts events, we just don‘t know how we are going to get to everything.
We keep our reputation going as a real ‗festival location‘, with more festivals this October, Traditional Music, Baboró and Visual Arts Festivals, not to mention bog week in Letterfrack! Well done! The City and County are ablaze with great arts activity: we may not have been able to include absolutely everything taking place in Galway right now. If you have been left out please make yourselves known to us and we will include you in future newsletters.
For more information please contact the County or City Arts Offices:
Marilyn Gaughan James Harrold
Arts Office Arts Office
Galway County Council Galway City Council
Prospect Hill College Rd
091 746877 091 536546
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our information, we strongly advise subscribers to verify all details to their own satisfaction before forwarding information to us. To subscribe or unsubscribe to Galway City & County Arts e-Newsletter please email firstname.lastname@example.org To include an item please send your info to :email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org before the 22nd October for inclusion on the November 2007 edition. The Galway City & County Arts e-Newsletter is archived at www.galway.ie/arts/news and at www.galwaycity.ie
Galway City and County Councils- working together to support the Arts!
Please don‟t print this email unless you have to.
Performance and Touring Award next deadline
Arts Council: ANNUAL FUNDING 2008. CLOSING DATE 11 OCTOBER 2007
Ealion na Gaeltachta
Visual Artists Ireland
Business 2 Art
Galway Co Co and Galway Arts Centre Artist talks
Group Show at Galway Arts Centre
Ard Bia Gallery (Galway))
NUI Galway Gallery
The Kenny Gallery THE IALA SEEKS INFORMATION ON ARTIST-LED INITIATIVES 1970-PRESENT
PUBLIC ART - Update
Clarenbridge Arts Festival Baboro
Conemara Sea Week-Letterfrack
Galway Dance Residency 2007; Octoberr workshops presented by Tanya McCrory, Galway Dancer in
Adult Ballet at Galway Arts Centre
Courses at Galway Film Centre
THEATRE Galway Youth Theatre News from Druid Ala
Gombeens Community Theatre Project
Selkie Theatre; world premiere, auditions and classes
Sure why not, Headford
Galway Theatre Collectiive
ARTS & HEALTH
Arts Programme in Galway University Hospitals; University College Hospital and Merlin Park
Arts Ability Abu Brothers of Charity Arts Programme
Western Writers Centre-news Over the Edge Issue 17 of west47 online is now available
Crannóg Lirterary Magazine,
Galway City Writer in Residence
Classic Links- Tuam
Music For Galway launch new series
Con Tempo - Galway Ensemble in Residence
Slateford Recitals and Music Matters
EVENTS AT THE TAIBHDHEARC An update of events taking place in the Taibhdhearc TOWN HALL THEATRE GALWAY An update of events taking place in the Town Hall Theatre GALWAY ARTS CENTRE EVENTS Also see events under Visual Arts
MACNAS UPDATE A short update on the work of Macnas
GALWAY CIRCUS PROJECT-monthly update GALWAY ARTS CENTRE-monthly update & Classes
National Performance and Touring Award
The third 2007 deadline for applications to the Performance and Touring Award is 5pm on Monday 8th
October and is open to musicians and ensembles of all genres who are of Irish nationality or resident in
the Republic of Ireland. Eligible projects include concert/performance tours, concert/performance
series in one or more venues, and individual concerts/performances, as well as associated
outreach/audience development activities. The award is also open to multi-disciplinary projects
involving live music performance as a key structural/thematic element. The award can be used to
cover costs associated with realising collaborative projects either with other Irish/Ireland-based artists,
or with international artists visiting Ireland.
For further information, please contact: Louise Walsh, PR & Marketing Manager, Music Network Tel
(01) 671 9429/087 6490818 Email email@example.com
Arts Council: ANNUAL FUNDING 2008. CLOSING DATE 11 OCTOBER 2007
The closing date for receipt of applications for Annual Funding is 5.30 pm on Thursday, 11 October
2007. This deadline is for organisations seeking funding through the scheme for activities happening in
2008. The purpose of Annual Funding is to provide stable and secure funding (on an annual basis) to
certain arts organisations. Applicants may request a contribution towards both on-going administrative
(e.g. staffing, annual salary costs, rent on premises) and artistic costs.
Applications can be made using either the online application system or by completing a paper form.
The Council encourages all organisations with Internet access to apply using the online application
process. Organisations applying online will have an additional week – up to 5.30pm Thursday, 18
October 2007 - to provide their supporting documentation. For further information on any of our funding
programmes please go to the financial support section on our website. www.artscouncil.ie
Ealaín na Gaeltachta Teo Iarratais á lorg do na scéimeanna seo leanas
A) Scéim Fhorbartha na nEalaíon/Scéim na bhFéilte Ealaíon 2008 (Scéim Mhaoinithe)
Cuirfear fáilte roimh iarratais ó dhaoine aonair agus ó ghrúpaí ar suim leo tionscadail nó
seirbhísí ealaíon a fhorbairt/a sholáthar trí mheán na Gaeilge. Mar shampla: Tionscadail faoi
stiúir ealaíontóra - tréimhsí cónaithe – coimisiúin - ealaíon pobail – ceardlainn - siompóisiamaí
& taispeántais – léiriúcháin, féilte ealaíon srl.
B) Scéim Sparánachtaí d‘Ealaíontóirí 2008
Tá an scéim seo dírithe ar thacaíocht a chur ar fáil d‘Ealaíontóirí i bhforbairt a gceird.
Is é an Aoine 26 Deireadh Fómhair 2007 an spriocdháta d‘iarratais sa dá réimse thuas:
Tuilleadh eolais maidir le foirm iarratais, critéar srl. ar fáil ó na hÁisitheoirí Ealaíon ag na
Na Forbacha, Co. na Gaillimhe (091) 503 100 firstname.lastname@example.org
An Daingean, Co. Chiarraí (066) 9150100 / (026) 45366 email@example.com
Doirí Beaga, Co. Dhún na nGall (074)9560100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Beidh Scéim na bPríomhréimsí á fhógairt ag tús Mí na Samhna
Visual Artists Ireland has an extensive list of equipment and facilities available for hire to members - including projectors, cameras, digital video editing and sound equipment.
Recent additions to the equipment list include a Mini DV HDR Sony camcorder.
You won't find cheaper hire rates anywhere else; Artists outside Dublin should be aware that many items can be delivered and collected by courier and for artists based in the West one of our projectors is available for pick up from Galway Arts Centre.
For the full list of equipment available from VAI see: www.visualartists.ie/sfr_list_price.html
Would you like to provide classes for children in art, craft, film, dance or other artistic/creative areas? Mykidstime is planning autumn and spring classes and activities for children and are seeking people to run them outside of school, particularly in rural areas around Galway. If you are interested, please contact Michelle on 085 710 4993 or send an email to email@example.com. If you would like an
existing class or activity to be listed for free on www.mykidstime.ie, you can also contact Michelle.
Business2Arts is delighted to offer this exciting Project Management course especially designed by the Arts for the Arts. Project Management for the Arts / Galway 18/19 October
Great project management skills are an invaluable discipline across all areas of the arts from organising events and exhibitions, to sponsorship and funding applications. During this course you will work on your own real–life projects with a project management expert from the Arts. This course has
been especially designed to help you move from good to great in your project management skills to move ahead in your current and future projects. This applied course is essentially 2 days ‗out of the
office‘ working on your current ‗in the office‘ projects. Helping you to move to a much more focussed, organised, controlled and competent project management style.
How useful would the following be to you?
Two days to examine how you manage projects and look at improving your PM techniques where necessary. Have an opportunity to apply lessons learned to a real-life arts project – one you are
working on, or will work on in the future An opportunity to discuss your organisations PM related issues with a professional project manager, who can offer advice based on best practice and the experience of evaluating of arts projects
An opportunity to assess your current project workload and examine ways to work smarter.A chance to time schedule in grant applications and manage them more efficiently. An opportunity to gain skills so that you never have to ask ‗Where do I start?‘A chance to learn from the experience and techniques of other project managers from all walks of lifeAn opportunity to gain skills which will help you to manage any project, irrespective of size or scope.
Karen Brett Director of Programmes Business2Arts 44 East Essex Street
Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Tel: 01-6350254 Fax: 01-6725373 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Business2Arts is to promote and encourage creative partnerships between business and the arts for the mutual benefit of the partners and the wider community.
Galway County Council & Galway Arts Centre present
Duality conversations on multidisciplinary practice
Tuesday 2nd October Nun‘s Island studio 7pm
lee welchartist, curator: four gallery
Tuesday 9th Oct Nun‘s Island studio 7pm
michele horrigan artist,curator:welcome to the neighbourhood
info: 091565886 email@example.com www.galwayartscentre.ie
Galway Arts Centre Shows (e)merge , A group exhibition featuring 6 graduates from GMIT: Jonathon
Sammon, Gina Ruane, Michelle Lynch, Susie Caffrey, Angela O'Brien and Nicky Larkin will continue until Saturday 6th October.
From Friday 12th October Galway Arts Centre will host an exhibition celebrating 21 years of Macnas. This multi media exhibition will celebrate the journey of Macnas and the people involved over the years. Continues until Saturday 3rd November.
Info: www.galwayartscentre.ie www.myspace.com/galwayartscentre Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ard Bia Gallery Galway;
―NAMES‖ an exhibition by Icelandic artist Halldór Ragnarsson as part of Artisit? @ Ard Bia Gallery
opens Friday 5th October 7pm.
If you need any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Jenkinson at Ard Bia Gallery,
4 William Street West, Galway T: 091 516630 E: email@example.com or www.ardbia.com
NUI Galway Gallery, Quadrangle, NUI Galway
We are not Caryatids
Brian Bourke HRHA
A show of work including a series of drawings of weight-bearing figures and a series of paintings of the life-mask of William Blake.
NUI Galway Gallery, Quadrangle, NUI Galway
Continues until 10th October 11am - 4 pm Monday to Saturday
Information: 091-495098 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kenny Gallery
The Kenny Gallery is proud to present: TO SMELT IN PASSION an exhibition of new sculpture and graphics by JOHN COLL, open from Saturday 22nd September 2007 and continuing until October 11th 2007 , followed by an exhibition of new paintings by the artist PAUL GUILFOYLE opening on Friday October 12th 2007 and continuing until November 1st 2007.
Log onto www.thekennygallery.ie or visit The Kenny Gallery, High St./Middle St The Kenny Gallery High Street, Galway, Ireland. Tel: +353 91 534760 Email: email@example.com
THE IALA SEEKS INFORMATION ON ARTIST-LED INITIATIVES 1970-PRESENT
The 'Irish Artist-led Archive - Sustainable Activism and the Embrace of Flux' is a curated archival exhibition that seeks to publicly present in a performative and accessible manner the rich history of Irish artist-led cultural Initiatives that have taken place over the past 30 years. The archive is launching the start of its website www.theartistledarchive.com which will grow to form an online resource and directory of artist-led culture in Ireland. The archive and concurrent exhibition will be launched in the Galway Arts Centre on 2nd November 2007 and will tour to various arts centres and spaces in 2008, while continuing to grow and evolve.
We are currently seeking out any information/memories of any artist-run collectives, co-operatives, projects, galleries, publications, project space from approx 1970 -present. Even if you were not part of such initiatives but have some memories of them please contact:
Megs Morley firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: +353 87 9140131
Eggliving Art Gallery, Oughterard Eggliving, a new art gallery in Oughterard is looking for artists to
show in its gallery space. The gallery is currently showcasing local talent, with a view to stage various group and solo shows over the course of the coming year. Submissions are currently being accepted. Please send 6-8 images plus art related CV to eggliving, Main Street, Oughterard, Co. Galway. Please include a SAE if you wish your submission to be returned to you. eggliving – fresh ideas hatched every
day! Visit; www.eggliving.ie for more information
Green fields' G126 offsite in Headford 'Green fields' - an outdoor art 'happening' curated by Eileen
Healy as part of g126's off-site programme in conjuction with Augustine O'Donoghue 'Weather Permitting' Curator/Artist, will take place at dusk at the end of Summer-time, on Saturday October 27th. The County Galway 'happening' is part of the 'Weather Permitting' series of outdoor art events taking place in urban and rural spaces like barns, farmyards, hillsides around Ireland in 2007/8. Screenings on a cliff face in Wexford begin the series of events, with the second event taking place in a field near the lake-side location of Greenfields close to Headford, Co. Galway. The 'Green Fields Happening' will showcase the work of over 20 different Irish artists working in video, sound, performance, sculpture and installation. Artists include Philipa Sutherland, Aileen Lambert, Edward Cunniffe, Donomic Thorpe, Aissa Lopez, Holly Assas, Michael Fortune, David Stalling, Cliona Harmey, Anthony Kelly, and Pauline Cummins. This one -night 'happening' offers a rare opportunity to experience a wide range of contemporary art in an outdoor setting. Return transport will be arranged from Galway city to the location – places are limited and need to be booked in advance. For further information/directions and
Galway City Council recently installed a new public sculpture in Doughiska / Sean Bhaile. Entitled "Blue Dogs" it is the work of sculptor Declan Breen. Funded by the Dept. of Environment and Local Government's Per Cent for Art Scheme the piece was selected in open competition, judged in association with the local residents .We would love to hear your opinions on the piece. Please get in touch with the City Arts Office (details above) and let us know what you think of it. Galway City Council also commissioned a public sculpture for our Sister City , Chicago. Located in Heritage Park opposite Old St. Patrick's Church the work is entitled "Gráinne". The scuptor is Maurice Harron. The project is reciprocal so we in Galway are looking forward to receiving in due course a sculpture from Chicago. Further details from the City Arts Office.
Clarinbridge Arts Festival Dates: Continues until Sunday, 7th October.
WORLD MUSIC :From Mali Sat. 6th Oct. 9pm
A unique opportunity to hear Baba Salah Ensemble from the Festival au Desert, on their first trip abroad. The group will be joined by well known traditional Irish musicians - an evening of joint musical exploration and discovery in an intimate environment. Clarinbridge Court: Entry: ?10.00 GALA EVENT:
Sunday, 7th Oct. 8pm Galway Choral Association
Baboró Galway International Arts Festival for Children October 15-21
Baboró – Ireland‘s premier arts festival for children opens on October 15th with a sparkling programme
packed with dance, theatre, visual arts, literature events, puppetry, and music. Now in its eleventh year, Baboró has become one of the highlights of the cultural calendar for young people in Ireland. Baboró 2007 promises a creative feast for the senses featuring magical Japanese gardens, enchanting rhythm and dance spectacles, theatre shows that touch your heart and the sensational Baby Rave. This flagship international festival is full of colour, imagination and inspiration for children, their families, carers and teachers.
Baboró 2007 will present sixteen award-winning productions from Italy, Germany, Denmark, Australia, Scotland, England and Ireland over seven days, October 15-21. From mythology to fantasy, everyday to imaginary – stories are at the centre of the 2007 Baboró programme. This year‘s Festival sees an
increase in Irish premieres, public performances, after-school shows and a unique creative workshop for parents. The programme promises to stretch the imaginations of younger audiences while asking important questions about the world we live in. Baboró continues to push creative boundaries by introducing captivating new work and challenging topics to audiences that range from 0 – 12! This year
Baboró is fizzing with spectacular productions full of visual delight, movement and wonder.
Tickets from Town Hall Theatre 091 569777. www.baboro.ie
artisit? 2007 Oct 04 – Oct 20 Galway
artisit? a series of art events, exhibitions and parties showcasing the work of young emerging artists from around the world.
artisit? a series of site specific artwork, installation, video, photography, drawing, print, performance, interventions, investigating work from cutting edge international art schools.
artisit? a creative project that began in 2006 in order to introduce like minded artists and exchange creative ideas. The various shows of artisit? will be charged with unusual activity – innovative and
voyeuristic – involving alternative locations around Galway.
artisit? 2007 involves neon signs, slides of slides, atmosphere conditions, hand towel dispensers, 3500 collected tears, jack hammers, ping pong balls, flying girls, waiting rooms, 5 ants, 4 elephants & 40 kids….
This eclectic showcase features artwork from Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, Iceland, Scotland, England, Sweden and Greece. Discussions with the curators of Overland: London to Bejiing and the London Contemporary Art Organisation: The Centre of Attention. Music line-up includes Cane 141, Chequerboard, Deviant, Electric City djs and Austria‘s Diskokaine.
Locations include Ard Bia Gallery, Gallery126, 8 Bowling Green (Nora Barnacle House), Nimmos, Arus na Gael, Number 8 and Sheridans on the Docks. For more information check
Conamara Sea Week 2007 Letterfrack Oct 19th – 29th 1984 – 2007
Whales & Dolphins for Sea Week
A feast of music has been laid out for Conamara Sea Week ‘07 with such wonderful players such as Máirtín O Connor, Cary O Briain, Liz & Yvonne Kane, Edel Fox, Seán Tyrell, Tola Custy, Michael Hynes, Mirella Murray, Ronan O Flaherty, The Howley Girls, Deirdre Herbert, Johnny Connelly, and lots, lot more.
The week kicks off on Friday 19th October with a special event when the children of Letterfrack National School play music for the Active Age Club. Later that night at 7.30 p.m. in Connemara National Park we have the Joe Boske exhibition entitled ‗Locals‘ which will be opened by John Coyle of Renvyle House Hotel and the night will also feature the wonderful music of Joe Boske played by local children who will be joined by the amazing Máirtín
O' Connor and Garry O Briain. At 9 p.m. Airt O Briain will introduce his firm on Joe Boske entitled ‗Too Late For The Early House‘ and the night finished with a ‗gig‘ in the Bards Den featuring Mairtin O Connor, Garry O Briain and a gaggle of players and dancers.
The whole weekend is wrapped in the best of traditional music Look out for the Hostel Gig with Noel Shine and Mary Greene with great food and music all for Є20. Great excitement also for Sean Tyrell‘s one man show on the life and times of John Boyle O Reilly Sunday 9 p.m. in Letterfrack N.S.
For further information contact CEECC, Letterfrack, Co. Galway Phone Nos 095 41034/43443 mobile 085 1154629 email email@example.com web www.ceecc.org
Sea week is sponsored by The Arts Council, The Marine Institute, Galway County Council
BAFFLE FESTIVAL Festival Theme „Changing Faces‟
Up to now the theme for the BAFFLE Festival has been sourced in the past. This year our theme is very much based on the present. 'Change' is happening everywhere at a rapid pace and in every facet of our society. The physical appearance of towns and villages all over Ireland has changed dramatically over the course of a few years. The make up of our population has changed and we now have a country made up of a variety of nationalities and languages. The face of entertainment has changed from 'seanchai' Ireland to 'rap' Ireland and everything in between. Of course BAFFLE as a
group and a Festival has evolved and changed as well over the course of its existence. So our theme
this year is 'Changing Faces'. Good luck to all those writing for it, and 'enjoy' to all of you coming to join
in ‗The Craic‘ over the weekend
Friday October 26th8.00pm O‘Deas Hotel Festival Opening with Wine and Cheese reception.
Followed by Julian Gough reading from his works and Gearóid Mac Lochlainn with his poetry and
music as Béarla agus Gaeilge. Adm. ?10 Saturday October 27th 11.00am O‘Dea‘s Hotel Ceardlann Filíocht le Séamus Mac Annaidh. Adm. ?20
11.00am Loughrea Library Poetry appreciation workshop with James Harpur. Adm. ?20 2.30pm
Naomh Brendáin Credit Union Song Writing workshop with Ronan Johnston. Adm. ?20 2.30pm
BAFFLE Ramble. An escorted walk through Loughrea‘s history with ‗poetic‘ interludes. Starting from
The Abbey and finishing with refreshments in the Green Room, Teach Beag 4.00pm O‘Dea‘s Hotel
James Lawless reading from his new novel ‗Peeling Oranges‘ Adm. Free 7.30 - 8.30pm Registration
at O'Dea's Hotel for ‗BAFFLE Bard 2007‘ Theme: ‗Changing Faces‘ Entry fee ?5 9.00pm Heats of the Poetry competition in Harney‘s,
Garrett‘s and Finnegan‘s
Sunday October 28th 12 noon The BAFFLE Brunch at Slatefort House Restaurant with Sunny Jacobs
reading extracts from her book ‗Stolen Time‘. M.C. Declan O‘Brien, broadcaster, wit and poet. Bus
leaving from O‘Dea‘s Hotel at 11.45am sharp. Adm. ?20 (includes brunch and transport) 8.00pm Gala
evening in O'Dea's Hotel commencing with Seanchaí Tim Evans followed by the final of the BAFFLE
Bard 2007 adjudicated by playwright, poet and Aosdána member Vincent Woods. ‗The People's
Choice Award‘ will also be presented. Adm. ?10
More info on wwww.baffle.ie
Cooley - Collins Traditional Musical Festival 26th -29th Octotber
Traditional Irish music festival with music sessions, set dancing, under-18 competitions - button
accordian, tin whistle, etc. Workshops on Saturday for various instruments celebrating both musicians,
Joe Cooley and Kieran Collins.
Contact; +353 (0)91 632370 firstname.lastname@example.org
TULCA soon to announce its exiting programme for 2007!
TULCA is a Galway City and County based season of contemporary visual arts exhibitions, live-art
performances, discussions & talks that aim to offer opportunities to local, national and international
artists and to develop and stimulate the growing visual culture in the city and county. TULCA, now in its
sixth year, was founded by Dr. Chris Coughlan to encourage contemporary art activity in the West.
Hospitality is presented as an open theme for TULCA 2007. TULCA 2007 is curated by Aideen Barry
and Louise Manifold. Cliodhna Shaffrey and Sarah Searson are TULCA 2007‘s curatorial advisors. Performing lives is the title of this year's TULCA Live, which is curated by Áine Phillips.
Following an enthusiastic response to the open submission and an embracing of this year‘s theme by
the invited artists, the TULCA team are preparing for the best year yet. Tulca is particularly pleased to
announce the Tulca residency in Áras Éanna on Inis Óirr. Belgian artist Katya Bonnenfant will be
developing a web-based project during her time on the island. Other highlights are to include the ‗Irish
Artist-led Archive – Sustainable Activism and the Embrace of Flux‘ which is a curated archival
exhibition that seeks to publicly present in a peformative and accessible manner the rich history of Irish
artist-led cultural Initiatives that have taken place over the past 30 years. The exhibition, which is
curated by Megs Morley & Justin McKeown, which will open at Galway Arts Centre on November 16th.
A series of ALIA talks will take place on November 17th. This years TULCA Live programme will
include a residency, a live art festival over two days, a theatre based performance, city based events
For further info on TULCA 2007 see www.tulca.ie, www.myspace.com/tulca or contact us at
email@example.com or 091 471250. TULCA 2007 is kindly supported by The Arts Council, Galway County
Council Arts Office, Galway City Council Arts Office & the House Hotel. TULCA are particularly happy
to announce that the House Hotel have kindly and hospitably agreed to come on board as sponsors
Galway Dance Residency 2007; October workshops Presented by Tanya McCrory, Galway
Dancer in Residence
One day Workshop in Hip Hop and Beginning Ballet
Taught by Shannon Pellitier and Sara Donovan, This workshop is open to both the secondary and primary children of the Island
Where: Scoil Naomh an Ceathru Álainn Inis Oirr Galway
When Wednesday 17th October 2007, 11 am primary school, 2.30pm
Cost: No fee
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
4 weeks of Hip Hop and Jazz,
Taught by Sheri Worthington Eyre, This workshop is open to the secondary school children of St Raphael‘s Oughterard.
Where: St Raphael Secondary School, Oughterard, Co Galway
When: Throughout the Month of October
Cost: No fee
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Professional Contemporary Dance Classes
Hosted by Tanya Mc Croy Dancer in Residence
Five years contemporary Ballet Dance training Necessary
Where: Franciscan Abbey Hall Francis Street Galway City.
When: Throughout the month of October
Cost: No fee
Adult Beginning Ballet Classes Taught by Shannon Pelletier Shannon matriculated from Joffrey
Ballet/New School University in 2003 and has also studied with the prestigious Kirov Academy, Ballet New England, American Ballet Theatre, Joffrey Ballet and Lou Conte Dance Studio/Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. She was also a company member of Ballet New England and Chicago Ballet and is currently studying for her Masters in Arts Policy & Practice at NUIG/Huston School for Film and Digital Media. Come join us at the Galway Arts Centre for a great workout that improves both elegance and poise as well as tones the body through an enlivening dance experience. No experience necessary For booking please contact: Vicki at Galway Arts Centre 091 565 886 Fee: 5 euro
Course at Galway Film Centre; Our weekend and evening film courses for adults will re-commence in the Autumn, if you would like to receive a brochure or want to be added to our mailing list, send your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 091 770748, website www.galwayfilmcentre.ie
ID Films; thanks to all the groups who applied, the groups selected for the ID Film Project 2007 are; In the city St. Francis Community Nursing Unit, Street Artists-Galway, and Dusty Banjos. The county groups are, Sunflowers Chernobyl Appeal and Connemara Community Radio. We will also work with Cleamairí Locha Riach and produce a documentary and do a Flying Film Squad with Mól an Óige. Contact Galway Film Centre, Cluain Mhuire, Monivea Road, Galway. Telephone: 091 770748 Fax: 091
770746 Email: email@example.com www.galwayfilmcentre.ie
Galway Youth Theatre (GYT) Recruits New Members
Over the next two weeks Galway Youth Theatre will once again open its doors to young people with an
interest in exploring and developing their creativity. GYT who just wrapped up two sell-out and critically
acclaimed productions at the 2007 GYT is encouraging anyone between the ages of 15 and 27 and
with an interest in theatre to contact them and explore the courses on offer. Please note that previous
experience is not required. For more info on GYT contact 091 565886
News from DRUID
Druid presents Long Day‘s Journey into Night By Eugene O‘Neill
For more information see www.druidtheatre.com
"Stammering is the native eloquence of us fog people"
Eugene O‘Neill is regarded as America's greatest dramatist and Long Day's Journey into Night his
finest play. This Druid production is the first major Irish production for many years of a work in which
O'Neill's Irish heritage plays a significant part. Taking place over the course of a single day and night in
1912, it is O‘Neill‘s journey into the night of the four embattled souls of the Tyrone family. Druid has
assembled an extraordinary company of some of the most acclaimed US and Irish actors, with James
Cromwell (The Queen, LA Confidential) and Michael Esper (recently seen alongside Sigourney
Weaver in Crazy Mary in New York) joining leading lights of the Irish stage Marie Mullen (Tony Award
Winner for The Beauty Queen of Leenane) and Aidan Kelly (Julius Caesar, Terminus) and newcomer,
Tuam native, Maude Fahy.
DruidClassic Druid Long Day‘s Journey into Night By Eugene O‘Neill
Directed by Garry Hynes
Designed by Francis O‘Connor
Lighting Design by Davy Cunningham
Sound Design by John Leonard
Cast includes James Cromwell, Michael Esper, Maude Fahy, Aidan Kelly and Marie Mullen
Following the Galway run, Long Day‘s Journey into Night will transfer to the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre
Festival as part of their 50th anniversary festival.
Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival, Gaiety Theatre Wednesday 3 – Saturday 13 October 2007
7.00pm For Booking Call the Festival Box Office 01 677 8899 For more information see:
ALà Adult Community Theatre and Education Project
A series of 14 workshops developing skills which will include lighting, sound, set design and
construction, make-up etc. This will be a hands on course linked to a play produced by ALà in
December. The tutors include Pat O'Reily, Lighting and Sound, and Tracy Dooley, make-up and
Gabriel Henry and Noel Arrigan, set design and construction.
This workshop has the added advantage of creating a network of participants and tutors, some of
whom are involved in other theatre groups around the county.
Workshops are held every Monday at the Ballybane Community ResourceCentre from 7:30 pm to 10
pm ( 2 ? hours each session).
Cost of the Workshop The workshop will cost ? 5.00 per night.
Jim Aherne EMail:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:086 8461270