Cover Photo: Emer Covney, Sally O' Dowd and Joe Keenan
Sally O'Dowd is a performance artist and curator who co founded the group TransArt at 61. College Street, Cavan Town. Sally is the last artist to work on the placement to Estonia for Building Peace through the Arts from 28 September - 10 October 2014.
Joe Keenan is new to Cavan Arts Office and he takes over from Gretta McCarron who now works at Queens University, Ulster.
Cavan artists participatie in FEILE Belfast as part of the Developing Creative Practice Across Boarders Project.
FEILE Belfast is an annual cultural festival held in West Belfast every August. The Cavan Arts Office Developing Creative Practice Across Borders project is sending 5 artists to FEILE this summer. They are presenting workshops and participating in many of the activities happening over the 2 week music and arts festival.
They will be in good company with performers like Boyzone and Francis Black and many other artists, musicians, Carnival parades, dance competitions and comedy nights.
to find out more see www.feilebelfast.com
The festival is on from 1st to the 10th of August why not visit to enjoy the fun....
Cavan artists prepare for their trip to FEILE Belfast.Belfast Feile is underway with a group of Cavan artists participating in the Developing Creative Practice Across Borders project hosting events and workshops. Jim Fee is presenting his work at St. Mary's University College; Heather Brett is giving a Poetry and Art workshop and Eimear Crowe, Elaine Brady and Gianna Tasha Tomasso are all contributing to the organisation of the events.
Why not check out the Feile website to find out about the many great Exhibitions, Carnival Parade on Saturday, Youth Events, Hip Hop dancing, Teddy bear picnics, Wolfe Tones, Kaiser Chiefs music nights all going on now until Sunday 10th August.... see www.feilebelfast.com
Jim Fee, Elaine Brady, Kevin Morrison, Gianna Tasha Tomasso, Heather Brett and Eimear Crowe
Cavan artists participate in Feile an Phobail Belfast
Cavan artists are busy in Belfast supporting the Feile an Phobail festival in Belfast this week why not go up there this weekend and support this wonderful community endeavour.
Eimear Crowe from Cavan exhibits at Feile an Phobail
Mr. Jim Fee from Blacklion Cavan is attending Feile an Phobail this week as part of the Cavan Arts Office Developing Creative Practice Across Borders project. Despite bad weather over the weekend there are many more events on offer this weekend in Belfast. The weather promises sunshine so do go along and support this wonderful cultural event.
Eimear Crowe gave some local children her expert guidance at an art workshop.