Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Culture Catch (every Tuesday)

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See Colette O'Brien's sculpture along Waterford's Copper Coast in the Copper Coast Geopark.
The sculpture, entitled Ice, Fire and Water, is designed to represent the common forces that shaped the Copper Coast and the other European Geoparks in north west Europe. http://www.communicatescience.eu/2010/11/science-snapshot-one-copper-coast.html

danmorris63 Dan Morris  A huge congratulations to Presentation secondary school Ballyphehane on winning all-Ireland school choir competition in Belfast 

Cobh Edition The Wilson Collection - Pictures are Available to Order and 'The Journey' book can also be purchased at The Cobh Tourist Office, Christys @ the Heritage Centre, Cobh Museum. or email us at info@thewilsoncollection.com - Also see the Online Exhibition at http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=9381&id=127598830615279&ref=mf The Online Exhibition

ballyvolanehse Ballyvolane House Come to "An Evening of Music & Song at Lismore Cathedral" Wednesday, November 17 from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. An...http://fb.me/sTrGNoWQ

Triskel Arts Centre Japanese brush calligraphy workshop Tues 16 Nov, 8pm. The River Lee Hotel, Western Road, Cork. For those who missed the ‘Japan Nights’ calligraphy class last month here’s another chance!

Cobh Edition Sirius Arts Centre in partnership with Crawford Art Gallery and Culture Ireland | Cobh Edition Sirius Arts Centre announces a weekend portfolio review session taking place in Cobh, Ireland on 5 &6 February 2011. The purpose of this review is to provide both photographers and artists working with photography the opportunity to meet one-on-one with professionals from Europe and Ireland. Review

Ballymaloe Ballymaloe House Sheena Jolley’s exhibition on Irish wildlife in The Grain Storewww.sheenajolleyphotography.com

CanuckJacq: RT @cristinleach: RT @businesstoarts Answers to Dail questions from Minister Hanafin regarding Bank of Ireland and AIB art collectionshttp://bit.ly/bgBrVP (expand)

EcoArtNotes: Just added a new event Art & Climate Change conference on Transition Ireland & Northern Ireland http://ning.it/9AqM6z

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