Men who Eat Ringforts by Seán Lynch
Men Who Eat Ringforts was a commission awarded to artist Seán Lynch through our Gaining Ground Public Art Programme. It…
Dial a Seanchaí
Dial A Seanchaí is a unique audio experience celebrating Irish folklore, storytelling, and song.
Glaoch! A Schools Recording Project by artist John Lillis
Glaoch! is a commissioned recording project that aims at amplifying the voices of national school children in Clare - a transmission of young thoughts and opinions as recorded waves.
Local Live Performance Scheme
The Local Live Performance Scheme was initiated by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media, in the…
Cruinniú na nÓg
An annual national event aimed at children, young people and families.
Grace Wells appointed as Poet Laureate for Ennistymon, Co Clare, as part of Poetry Town initiative
The Art of Place
The Art of Place: People and Landscape of County Clare offers tantalising glimpses into the personal lives and creative processes of…
Culture Night is a national initiative each September which normally sees approximately 50 cultural events take place in over 15…
Thomas Baker – Your Man’s Puppets
Thomas Baker is an artist probably best known for his work with puppetry, storytelling and improvisation. Originally from Quin, he…
Laura Fitzgerald is based in Killaloe, Co. Clare. She is a mother of 3 and works full time in an…
- Drama Facilitator
Helen is a writer, drama facilitator and drama therapist based in Mountshannon, Co. Clare. Her fiction to date explores displacement…
- Visual artist
Michael Mc Aloran
Michael Mc Aloran was born in Belfast, (1976). He grew up in Shannon, Co. Clare, where he is presently based.…
Grace Wells is an eco-poet and environmental writer. She is based in Ennistymon, in West Clare. Her work is primarily…
- Voiceover Artist
Eilís Haden-Storrie worked for 20 years in both the peace and broadcasting sector and has put together numerous European-Union-funded films, publications, educational packages and peace programmes for museums and councils across Northern Ireland.
- Audio visual
- Classical and opera
- Dance and hip-hop
- Fine art and painting
- Mixed media
- Performance art
- Spoken word
- Visual art