24 May 2017
Legendary Japanese singer and former frontman of the brilliant German krautrock group Can. Currently leading the Damo Suzuki Network –…
01 Jun 2017
The Graduate Exhibition by students from the Department of Design and Creative Media at LyIT features work by approximately 70 final year students from the…
08 Jul 2017
Regional Cultural Centre in association with Earagail Arts Festival presents Bothóg: Cathal McGinley
8TH JULY – 23RD SEPTEMBER An exhibition by Cathal McGinley, RCC artist-in-residence (2017-2019). It will include drawings, photographs and a…
08 Jul 2017
Regional Cultural Centre in association with Earagail Arts Festival presents Exploring Architecture: Eamon O’Kane
8TH JULY – 23RD SEPTEMBER A mid-career partial retrospective of the work of the Donegal born Danish based artist, comprising…
Donegal County Council’s Cultural Services Wainfest,, our annual arts and book festival for children runs every October, and offers the very best in performance for children aged 4-12 years.
The Best in Folk and Roots music from around the world, as part of the Earagail Arts Festival 2017. The Regional Cultural Centre had a very successful programme with six great concerts, two film screenings and a talk as part of the inaugural Donegal Folk & Roots Weekend organised by the Earagail Arts Festival in partnership with the RCC in July 2015, which attracted enthusiastic capacity Irish and international audiences. The second annual weekend in July 2016 included notable international collaborations of local artists with international names in folk, traditional, world and indigenous music over 5 days in venues across Letterkenny. It will build on the RCC’s and EAF’s considerable track record in promoting English folk music and build on their valuable relationship with the English folk music sector.Read More...
The fourth annual experimental music festival, presented by the RCC in partnership with Earagail Arts Festival, will be held over the May Bank Holiday Weekend 2017.
May belongs to the Bealtaine festival, celebrating creativity as we age.Each year, we invite local authorities, arts centres, libraries, Active Retirement groups, care settings, community groups, clubs and associations from every part of the county to run Bealtaine events that celebrate creativity as we age. An estimated 120,000 people now take part in the Bealtaine festival, making it one of Ireland’s biggest arts festivals. From dance to cinema, painting to theatre, Bealtaine showcases the talents and creativity of both first-time and professional older artists.Download Bealtaine 2017 Programme
“An amazing resource for the county, and has pursued an ambitious exhibition and education programme”. The Irish Times
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