RCC Sessions from 10pm: From 10pm, late night music broadcasters Paul McDevitt and Jimmy Stafford curate a selection of specially filmed live sets by a host of their local favourites. Featuring Maria McCormack, Jonathan Smeaton, Sheerbuzz, Mark Black and Without Willow.
‘Forgotten Places’ Online Exhibition by Wild Swans from 6pm: During the initial 2020 lockdown, Wild Swans ,in conjunction with Bbeyond, invited artists to collaborate in the project ‘Forgotten Places’. This series of performances took place in in Girona, Spain and Fanad, Co. Donegal in August 2020. The project offers an introduction to performance art.
Time: 6pm - Any Timepm
Genres: Audio Visual / Music / Performance / Visual Art
Features: Family friendly
No Booking Required
PLASTIC: Can’t Live With It, Can’t Live Without It (Gallery Exhibition)
RCC Gallery 1
Plastic has great power, and with great power comes great responsibility. It has changed our daily lives and our environment more than any other material. The unsustainability of our relationship with plastic is well documented, but to stop using plastic is not an option. Its use has revolutionised industrial design, and more essentially, modern medicine relies on plastic so heavily that even the most basic medical procedures would be unimaginable without it.
This exhibition features over 20 Irish and international contemporary artists and was produced with the support of Science Foundation Ireland, is Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin’s first national touring exhibition.
The exhibition will be unique to each location with the addition of two new artworks commissioned for each of the five venues. The artworks are co-created with the community to include input from the local community about plastic and will reflect their cultural history, place and the relationship between its people and their environment. Musical artist Ed Devane will create art pieces for Donegal.
LIZ DOYLE – Exhibition of New Work
RCC Gallery 2
Liz Doyle is a contemporary painter and printmaker based in County Donegal. Texture and surface play a big part in Doyle’s work, where vivid colours and shapes form land masses, vessels and landscapes. Processes such as pouring and the taking of ‘prints’ by lifting areas of wet paint from one work and transferring it to another result in vibrant colours and rich surfaces.
Numbers will be strictly limited in line with current Government Guidelines.
Strictly Booking only, no drop-ins please. Social distancing and masks will be worn at all times.
Time: 5pm - 9pm
Genres: Science / Visual Art
Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible
Address: Cove Hill, Port Rd, Gortlee, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
Phone: (074) 912 9186