Askeaton Arts "Welcome to the Neighbourhood 2014". Limerick. Open day. 12/07/14

 

For ‘Welcome to the Neighbourhood 2014’, curated by Michele Horrigan, five artists live and work in Askeaton, accompanied by public events and culminating in an open day on Saturday 12th July 2014.

The artists for the ninth edition are

Mike Cooter, Steve Maher, Susan MacWilliam, Amanda Rice and Jorge Satorre.

Public artworks around Askeaton by Freek Wambacq, Stephen Brandes, Sean Lynch and more.

Ongoing: Seanie Barron at Askeaton Civic Trust until July 12

Read Manchan Magan's article on Askeaton in the Irish Times http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/askeaton-s-been-punk-d-1.1854287

 

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Thursday 10 July, 8pm - Seanie Barron talks about his exhibition Walking Sticks, Fishing Priests & Smoking Pipes, at Civic Trust. Publication available.

Saturday 12 July, 3 p.m – 6pm. Open day and tour of artworks in and around Askeaton, beginning at Civic Trust.

9pm. Hellfire Club Party - until late

All welcome.

 

Public transport from Limerick. BUS EIREANN, 314 service.

Leaving Limerick Bus Station 13.35 p.m, reaches Askeaton 14.25 p.m

Leaving Askeaton 19.10 p.m, reaching Limerick 19.50 p.m

Further information email: askeatonarts@yahoo.ie   

telephone: 087-2977179

www.askeatonarts.com 

 

 

 

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