EXHIBITION: Willie Doherty
REMAINS (2013) is a video installation filmed in a number of locations in Derry, Northern Ireland, used since the early 1970’s to carry out kneecappings, a form of punishment shooting used to control drug use and other forms of so-called ‘anti-social behaviour’. REMAINS builds on Doherty’s interest in the relationship between landscape and memory and in working in locations that are contaminated with untold stories; some forgotten, some half remembered or unacknowledged. On loan from the collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: TWIN TOWN – RUDOLSTADT
Andreas Irmscher is a German photographer from the town of Rudolstadt, Thuringia which is set to officially twin with Letterkenny on the 1st October this year. As part of the official German delegation travelling over to Ireland at the end of September for the signing, this exhibition will showcase Irmscher’s photographs of our new twin town with all the charm and historical character it has to offer. The exhibition will also include some photos of his favourite spots in Donegal.
Andreas is also the president of the Rudolstadt photography club which will visit Letterkenny as part of their Donegal tour next year.
HANDS ON ART ROOM
The RCC has once again created create a large-scale, hands-on, art-room where visitors can find out more about the exhibitions on display and make their own artworks. People of all ages will have the opportunity to experiment with a range of ideas and materials to produce their own masterpieces.
Donegal Music Education Partnership @ RCC
PERFORMANCE: THE TINY CONCERTS
7.30pm – 8.30pm
Soloists and duets from the DMEP in the small but perfectly formed surroundings of Music Room 2. Ten minute acoustic concerts from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. Performers include the Szabo-Yélamo duet and the Martin McGinley/Ted Ponsonby Traduet. Soloists on piano and violin. Stay for just one concert or the lot! Max 20
PERFORMANCE: DONEGAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA
8pm – 9pm
Experience the sounds of a full orchestra at an open rehearsal under the baton of conductor & composer Vincent Kennedy, following on from the orchestra success at the National Concert Hall this year.