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Glór to get a touch of paint

RENOWNED artist Conor Harrington will visit Ennis on Friday, July 1 to paint an original artwork on the Glór building.

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Committing the Queen to canvas

NORTH Clare based artist Michael Hanrahan is busy at work these days, recording the Queen’s visit on canvas.

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Artists promoting county’s cultural tourism

A GROUP of Clare-based artists and musicians, determined to put the county on the map as a destination for cultural tourism and boost the economy, are set to bring an exhibition of their work to Ennis’ twin town of Phoenix, Arizona.There are also hopes that the Anon is Anall audio-visual exhibition will be brought to more locations throughout the world, showcasing the culture that Clare has to offer to even more potential tourists.In order to help bring the exhibition overseas, as well as fund the creation of documentaries displaying the beauty of the county, which will be broadcast to the world on the internet, Ennis artist Carmel Doherty is raffling off one of her paintings, titled Garden of Daisies.The fundraiser will be launched in the Rowan Tree in the town on Sunday with a jazz music night planned at the venue. Tickets will be on sale for the duration of the summer in venues throughout Ennis and on www.anonisanall.com. The …

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Making an escape in Shannon

ESCAPISM is the title of this year’s annual art exhibition featuring the work of fourth and transition-year pupils of St Patrick’s Comprehensive School in Shannon.

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Mad hatters in Mountshannon

THE committee for this year’s Iniscealtra Festival have issued an open invitation to children and families across the county to join them in following Alice down the rabbit hole on June 6 to attend the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party in the wonderland of Mountshannon.All those attending the tea party event are being asked to leave their serious sides at home as from 2pm to 6pm all will be turned on its head for the Iniscealtra Festival of Arts family fun day.The Mountshannon National School Parents Association Committee, supporting the free family fun day organisers, are requesting one and all to don their maddest fancy dress costumes to help raise funds at the event for the school.“We would like as many children and adults as possible to either bring a silly costume or come dressed up on the day along the theme of Alice in Wonderland. Many of the costumes worn at the St Patrick’s Day parade for Narnia will be …

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Birds of the Shore swoop into the Courthouse Gallery

WEST Clare photographer William Glynn launches his exhibition Birds of the Shore in the Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon this Friday.

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Glór embraces artists with disabilities

THE annual Embrace art exhibition takes place from this Thursday to Friday, June 3 in Glór.

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Drawing on a wealth of experience

The Russell Gallery, New Quay is organising a weekend workshop to learn painting and drawing technique with artist Denise Hogan.

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