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Cavan Arts e-bulletin: ISSUE 14: Culture Night Cavan 2013 . Uncommon Wealth . NYAH and County Choir at Cultúrlann in Derry . trans-art 'The Pensive Spectator' .  Beckett - Rehearsed Readings
Cavan County Council
Contents:
  • Culture Night 2013
  • Uncommon Wealth
  • Cultúrlann Concert
  • trans-art
  • Rehearsed Readings


Cultúrlann Concert
Cavan County Choir have been invited to perform as part of the City of Culture at Cultúrlann Ui Chanain in Derry on Saturday 5th October 2013.  The event will include performances from Derry Comhaltas, Martin Donohoe & Friends and the County Choir singing their choral favourites. 
www.culturecavan.com 



trans-art 61 College St
trans-art 2013 present -- The Pensive Spectator
An Exhibition by Laura O'Connor
at No.61 College St, Cavan for Culture Night 20th September, 5pm - Late
Sat & Sun 12pm to 6pm
Further Info





Beckett - Rehearsed Readings
from 'ENDGAME' with an introduction from Damien O Brien, The Hacklers Drama Group.
Touchline Theatre, Rugby Club, Swellan, Cavan on 20th September 2013 at 7pm,  t: 049 4378 548
as part of Culture Night

Uncommon Wealth by John Byrne

Uncommon WealthCavan County Museum 21 Sept at 8pm. FREE Event

Seamus Heaney once said that ‘The end of Art is Peace’.

Uncommon Wealth will premier on International Peace Day at Cavan County Museum, Ballyjamesduff. This is a cross border celebration of the power of creativity to redeem, to mend, to save us from our more divisive instincts. The newly formed Cavan County Choir will perform Art Hymns composed by artist John Byrne with soloist Ruth Kelly and conducted by renowned Director of Choral Music Blanaid Murphy with accompanist Sue King.


Speakers accompanying the performance are retired president of The Irish Countrywoman’s Association Mamo McDonald of County Monaghan, Belfast born author Brian Keenan, Cavan based Canadian born poet Heather Brett,  writer and comic Kevin McAleer, and Clones born author and journalist Darach McDonald.

Uncommon Wealth will also be performed at Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen as part of the Fermanagh Live Festival on 28 September at 8pm.

Funded by the International Fund for Ireland
Visit www.culturecavan.com

Culture Night Cavan 2013

Culture Night is a unique night in the Irish calendar where you can experience the myriad of cultural possibilities your city or region has to offer for free.Culture Night 2013 will take place on Friday September 20th. This will be Cavan's third year to participate in National Culture Night. This year is filled with exciting events throughout the county.


Some events include,  “100 Books with a Difference” Reading Initiative at Cavan County Library,  Every Picture Tells a Story at Ramor Theatre and 'Horrible Histories Show' at Cavan County Museum, to name just a few.

The Moth Magazine will also celebrate the launch of the Autumn issue of The Moth and the opening of an exhibition of new work by painter Pawel Kleszczewski.  


 

Classical music lovers can catch Cavan Sinfonia performing at The Backyard in Moynehall.
 
Cavan artists will also be welcoming visitors to their studios on Culture Night including Paul Galligan at picturesque Killykeen and Jim Fee and Maria Bagnoli at Garvagh, Blacklion in the Geopark.
 
Weekend events celebrating our culture include: "Art Meets History Meets Music Meets You" in Killeshandra, Windows Publications 21st Gathering Event Extravaganza and Open Studio Session at Whitethorn Studios, Virginia, with Michelle Boyle.

See full programme of events for Culture Night here

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ISSUE 14

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