Changing Tracks. Mayo Co Co international public art project. Launch by Fiach Mac Conghail. 12/07/14. Westport. All welcome.

Mayo County Council has great pleasure in announcing the launch of 

CHANGING TRACKS

Official Launch by Senator Fiach Mac Conghail, Director of The Abbey Theatre

The Mill Times Hotel, Westport, Mayo

1.00 p.m.  Saturday 12th July 2014

The launch will be followed by a brief walking tour of the artworks created in Westport and a bus tour to a number of the artworks further along the Greenway.  The bus will return no later than 6.00pm. 

Spaces on the bus are free but must be booked in advance as there is limited capacity. 

Booking must be made through Mayo Arts Office Public Art Co-ordinator, Gaynor Seville

094-9047561 | gseville@mayococo.ie

This is a free event and all are welcome to attend.

About Changing Tracks:

CHANGING TRACKS is a contemporary visual and digital art project consisting of new temporary outdoor artworks by three international artists that responded to former railway lines, their heritage and local environment in Northamptonshire (UK), Mayo (IE) & Catalonia (CAT). 

The artists selected to participate in CHANGING TRACKS were Aideen Barry (Ireland), Noah Rose ( UK) and Xevi Bayona (Catalonia) . 

CHANGING TRACKS is a partnership project between Northamptonshire County Council (UK), Mayo County Council (IE) and Consortium Transversal, Cultural Activities Network from Catalonia (CAT) and is a recipient of funding from the EU Culture Programme 2007-2013.

For further information on the CHANGING TRACKS project please visit www.changingtracks.eu

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

 

info@adiarts.ie

 

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