Post Tagged with: "Arts"

Tralee man and festival organiser, Con Horgan, in the parade on Sunday. Photo by Dermot Crean

Groups In Tralee District Receive €5,700 In Arts Grants And Bursaries

March 13, 2018 at 10:40 am Comments are Disabled

A NUMBER of groups and organisations in Tralee Municipal District shared €5,700 under the  2018 Arts Grants and Bursaries Scheme at Kerry County Council. The scheme was heavily subscribed this year with the application process  managed by the Arts Office at Kerry County Council and co-ordinated by Arts Officer, Kate […]

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SPONSORED: Craft Makers Hosting Number Of Courses And Workshops Next Month

SPONSORED: Craft Makers Hosting Number Of Courses And Workshops Next Month

September 28, 2016 at 1:03 pm Comments are Disabled

A NUMBER of workshops are due to commence at the Craft Makers Centre on Ashe Street next month. Leaving Certificate Syllabus Course in Art with teacher, artist and designer Rebekah Wall will take place on Tuesday evenings from  October 11 2016 to April 11 2017. It’s €840 per person for the year including all materials, books […]

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Announcing details of the new arts slot on the Saturday Supplement on Radio Kerry – l-r: Kate Kennelly (Arts Officer, Kerry County Council), Frank Lewis (Radio Kerry), Moira Murrell (Chief Executive, Kerry County Council).

Council Supports New Arts Slot On Radio Kerry

September 5, 2016 at 12:36 pm Comments are Disabled

KERRY County Council has announced details of a new monthly arts and culture slot which will be broadcast on Radio Kerry once a month. ‘Creative Kingdom’ is a new feature which will be aired on the second Saturday of every month as part of the Saturday Supplement programme with Frank Lewis. Supported by […]

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Kerry County Council Invites Applications For Arts Grants 2016

Kerry County Council Invites Applications For Arts Grants 2016

January 19, 2016 at 12:15 pm Comments are Disabled

KERRY County Council are inviting applications for Arts Grants for 2016. Under the Arts Act 2003, funding is allocated where activities, projects and undertakings stimulate public interest in the arts, promote knowledge and appreciation of the arts and improve standards of practice in the arts. “Funding to support the arts is crucial,” […]

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Incredible Richard Harris Drawing By Tralee Artist Wins Portrait Competition

Incredible Richard Harris Drawing By Tralee Artist Wins Portrait Competition

November 6, 2015 at 3:30 pm Comments are Disabled

AN artist from Tralee has shrugged of national and international competition to win the first ever Richard Harris International Film Festival Portrait Competition. The portrait by Charlotte Lee from Lahern, took four weeks to complete and features pixelated features of Richard Harris rugged face to signify the late Limerick man’s […]

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There’s Something Special Planned In The Square For Christmas

There’s Something Special Planned In The Square For Christmas

October 28, 2015 at 2:50 pm Comments are Disabled

YES, yes, we know Halloween isn’t over yet, but Christmas is only eight weeks away and people are already getting ready for it. The Tralee Chamber Alliance realises this and put up a Facebook post earlier today that they plan on putting on a Christmas market from Thursday, December 17 to Wednesday, […]

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Filmmaker In Residence Keen To Work With Schools And Communities

Filmmaker In Residence Keen To Work With Schools And Communities

September 1, 2015 at 4:06 pm Comments are Disabled

    KERRY County Council has announced that award winning artist/filmmaker Lisa Fingleton is returning as the County Filmmaker in Residence. This residency is co-funded by the Arts Council. Lisa Fingleton has over 20 years experience in participatory projects and recently completed an MA in documentary film at Goldsmiths College London. In […]

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Coláiste Launches Book Of Poetry And Prose By Students

Coláiste Launches Book Of Poetry And Prose By Students

October 15, 2014 at 5:35 am Comments are Disabled

COLÁISTE Gleann Lí- Post Primary School in Clash has launched ‘The Next Instalment’, an anthology of poetry and prose, produced by students of the school. The book, which has been published locally, is a sequel to their earlier anthology of poetry and prose, entitled ‘The Write Stuff’ which was published […]

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VIDEO: Atmosphere Of Culture Night In Town Caught On Film

VIDEO: Atmosphere Of Culture Night In Town Caught On Film

October 7, 2014 at 2:55 pm Comments are Disabled

WERE you at Culture Night in Tralee last month? Well Michael Kelly of Feenish Productions, has put together a great short video of the events held in Siamsa Tire, The Square and the Tralee International Resource Centre. So if you were around town on Friday, September 19, you might see […]

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Music To Play A Big Part In Upcoming Kerry Film Festival

Music To Play A Big Part In Upcoming Kerry Film Festival

October 1, 2014 at 9:47 am Comments are Disabled

A WEEK long feast of cinema in Tralee will kick off this Saturday when the first screenings of the Kerry Film Festival 2014 get under way. The festival is now in its 15th year and has been an important part of the county’s cultural landscape ever since the beginning. The […]

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Talented Mother And Daughter Duo To Launch Books

Talented Mother And Daughter Duo To Launch Books

June 10, 2014 at 11:51 am Comments are Disabled

THEY say talent runs in the family and this is certainly the case with Joy Agwu and her nine year old daughter Sandra. The two of them are set to release books at the same time in the County Library on June 21. Joy originally from Nigeria has been living […]

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