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Pair of exhibitions put photos on show

Two photography exhibitions continue at the Court House Gallery, Ennistymon, this month, following their launch last weekend.

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School children top the class for handwriting competition

Two Clare pupils were successful at the National Handwriting competition, held in conjunction with EBS and the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) recently.

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Hello and goodbye from an emotional pot

PASSENGERS leaving Shannon in the next few months will get to enjoy a unique interpretation of the emotional melting pot that an airport is, thanks to collaboration with students from the Limerick School of Art and Design.

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Portraits of the artists

  A collection of photographs captured by six immigrant women, with the help of The Clare Champion’s award-winning photographer John Kelly, has been put on display in Ennis’ town centre. A blank window in O’Connell Square has opened up showcasing the fresh and engaged account of lives lived in Ennis, with the aim of furthering conversation around the integration and evolution of the town’s community. The One in Five Art of Place photographic exhibition is the work of  immigrants from Agadir, Casablanca, Sarajevo and Ghana who, in recent years, have made Ennis their home. The immigrant story, one of the country’s and the county’s defining features of the last two decades, has yet to be fully reflected in creative bodies of work.  Here in Clare, this exhibition takes a committed step in that direction. According to Karl Quinn, co-ordinator of programmes at the Clare VEC Adult Education Centre, the breadth and depth of cultures and the richness and diversity of …

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Clonlara student puts River Shannon in the frame

THE work of famous American photographer Ansell Adams was researched by a  Clonlara student as part of his photography course in St Munchin’s College, Limerick recently.

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Commissions sought for Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Ennis Civic Trust and Ennis Town Council in association with the Irish Vietnam Veterans Memorial Project are seeking to commission a memorial sculpture dedicated to Irish men and women who served in allied military service in South East Asia during the period 1959-1975, including the Vietnam War to the value of €120,000.

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Black Eye exhibition opens

A NEW exhibition officially opens in the Burren College of Art next Wednesday featuring works by masters in fine arts students, John Freeman and Jill Miller.

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