Upcoming Events

Still Life Art Challenge

Curated by The Glebe House and Gallery The RCC asked the The Glebe House and Gallery to curate an art challenge for adults currently observing social distancing practices. Every Tuesday The Glebe will post photographs of a still life set up using items from the Derek Hill Collection. At the…...

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Remote Inspiration | A Donegal Photographic COVID-19 Diary

We’re asking Donegal residents to help us document their experiences during COVID-19 isolation in Donegal. A selection of submissions made during the challenge will be printed and exhibited at the RCC in the near future. Join the Remote Inspiration Challenge by clicking on the button below and start posting your…...

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Home Is Where The Art Is (RCC for Kids)

The Regional Cultural Centre (RCC) in Letterkenny is running the ‘Home is where the Art is’ Challenge for the duration of the Covid19 Self-Isolation period. The challenge is for national school-aged children, and younger, which will run Monday to Fridays, is to ensure kids stay creative while at home. Children will…...

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Little Voices from Fukushima (Feature Film Screening)

Wednesday 11 March / 7pm / Admission Free Highlighting children and their mothers in nuclear disaster areas, documentarian Hitomi Kamanaka poses the question, is the aftermath of Chernobyl the future of Fukushima? In Belarus she meets sickness-prone children born long after Chernobyl (April 1986) and learns about their care, including…...

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BEO / All Ages Gig / Slyrydes, In Their Thousands & Happy Out

Friday 6 March / BEO / All Ages Youth Gig / Doirse Oscáilte | Doors Open 7 A Chlog |  7pm €5 Tickets available at Door Príomh Banna | Main Act In January 2019 Galway-based Slyrydes were featured as one of the top 8 emerging Irish bands by Nialler9. Subsequently…...

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A View From The Island – An Exhibition by Peadar McDaid

April 7 – April 25 / RCC Gallery 2  Peadar McDaid is inspired by the everyday life that revolves around him, people, nature, the environment and the ever changing landscape of his home county of Donegal and elsewhere, throughout the province of Ulster.   He says the landscape has always…...

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John Soffe – Letterkenny Trad Week Photography

John Soffe – Letterkenny Trad Week (2014 – 2019) RCC Foyer Exhibition John Soffe is a Donegal based photographer originally from Dublin. He has exhibited extensively throughout Donegal and was a featured artist during the Earagail Arts Festival in 2012 and 2014. His work has been published by the New…...

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Over Nature / Group Exhibition 

February 6 – March 7 / RCC Gallery 1 / This touring group exhibition curated by Valeria Ceregini has been shaped to activate a new vision of greater ecological awareness and responsibility. It offers a new optical experience, greater ecological awareness and responsibility towards landscape and environment which surround us. The…...

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*POSTPONED* Malojian with support from Mandy Bingham & Christopher Coll

THE REGIONAL CULTURAL CENTRE, LETTERKENNY WILL CLOSE ITS TO DOORS  TO THE PUBLIC FROM 6PM THIS EVENING (THURSDAY), 12TH MARCH FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES TO PREVENT THE FURTHER SPREADING OF COVID-19. An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD announced this morning, ’n relation to cultural institutions, that indoor gatherings of more than 100…...

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Dearest, Someone Was Asking for You – An Exhibition by Sarah Lewtas 

Abyss, Labyrinth, Mystery, Myth, Revelation, Lost, Found, Time space continuum, Key, Open, Close, Echo, Yoni, Tea cup, Taj Mahal, stuff like that… Sarah Lewtas lives and works in Dunlewey, Co. Donegal where she has lived for the past 40 years. Originally from Sussex, Sarah studied fine art at Eastbourne College…...

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