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Cavan Arts e-bulletin: Issue 35. What's on.....
Cavan County Council

'Charolais' at Townhall
 

Described by the Irish Times as “a comedic performance that jumps between a resentful, distressed woman and an overtly sexual French cow,” Noni Stapleton’s ‘Charolais’ is an age old tale of female rivalry with a new twist: the other woman is a cow - literally - a purebred Charolais heifer. 

 

Written and performed by Stapleton, this award-winning show comes to Townhall Cavan on Saturday, 20th February at 8pm.


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Visual and Performance Art collaboration

A Tribute to the Irish Community Butte Montana 1916-1919 is a true story kept alive through oral history. The story is brought to us by visual artist Amanda Jane Graham in collaboration with choreographer Mary Farrelly and musician Martin Donohoe. Amanda narrates a personal and deeply moving story about her grandmother Mary Timmins. This story takes place at a time in Irish history when migration and poverty shaped our nation.

This collaborative art work from the artists Amanda Jane Graham, Martin Donohoe and Mary Farrelly has developed from the work of the Cavan Curators, Annette Moloney and Maeve Mulrennan.   The Cavan Curators worked in the county with artists to support their development during 2015.   Their work included: one to one meetings, mentoring and artist exchange sessions. 


This visual art and performance collaboration takes place at Townhall Cavan on Sunday 6 March at 5pm


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Is Linn é: 2016
 

Is linn é: 2016 (It’s our 2016) is a music education project initiated by Cavan County Council Heritage and Arts Offices. Musicians Brian Dillon and Liam McCabe, and Poet Noel Monahan will engage young people at four geographically-spread National Schools in the county to create a piece of music. The piece will commemorate and reflect on 1916 themes. The four schools; Corlurgan, Crossreagh, Milltown and Arvagh have selected a class group to work on this project with a total of one hundred and twelve children participating. 

 

 
Visual Artists' Sessions at Townhall
 

The Visual Artists’ Sessions are a space for artists to come and share the workings of their visual arts practice. The first half of the evening invites artists to introduce the group to their practice, in the form of ten-minute introductions that will be organised in advance. The second half is a chance to chat. This month's session takes place on Tuesday, 9th February at 6.30pm.


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Windows 
National Student Poetry Competition
 

Windows Publications, in association with Cavan County Council's Arts and Heritage Offices and the Cavan Crystal Hotel, has launched its 24th National Student Poetry Competition. The adjudicators will Heather Brett & Noel Monahan. Entry to this competition is free and can be on any subject. The closing date for entries is 16th March, 2016.


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Contemporary Dance Workshop with Jessie Keenan

Following the success of her last workshop Jessie Keenan will be giving another 2 day contemporary dance workshop for adult beginners on the 13th and 14th of February, from 11am – 4pm. These workshops are open to anyone who is interested in becoming more in tune with their body, who would like to enjoy more of a sense of control in their movement, and who would like to get a little fitter, stronger, more flexible and healthier whilst having fun.

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ISSUE 35

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