Nuacht News Feb 27 09
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CELT Climate Awareness Day - Ralahine Room, Community Coop premises, Scariff,
Co.Clare - Saturday 28th February
Proposed programme as follows : -12.15 - intro talk (Bob Wilson - CELT)12.30 - short film about the challenge of Climate Change (Cultivate Centre, Dublin)1pm onwards - a display / demo - Renewable Energy – Gary Ellis (CELT) 1pm - presentation - Eco Building by Saul Mosbacher (CELT)1.45 - presentation - Pat Stephens (Limerick / Clare Energy Agency)2.30 - talk by Andrew St.Ledger - Agenda 21, trees, native woodlands and carbon 3pm – break (Café open for tea / coffee / snacks)3.10 - presentation - Biodiversity and Climate - John Murphy (Clare FM wildlife expert)3.45 - Film - An Inconvenient Truth (Al Gore)5-15 – break5-25 - discussion - how might we be affected by global warming and what can we do ? (with Richard O’Gorman + Del Harding + Romy Ray) 6.15 - break7pm - Film - The Eleventh Hour (Leonardo DiCaprio) (88 mins)The Drop-In Cafe will be open for teas, coffee, snacks. Please note : Sunday 1st March, 12 noon - Tree planting and Guided walk with Andrew St.
Ledger at Tuamgraney Community Woodland Wildlife Park as part of National Tree Week.
Come along and reduce your carbon footprint by planting trees.
Now is the time for tree planting - CELT tree nursery has a large selection of certified nativetrees, fruit and nut species.
CELT Weekend in the Woods, 9th / 10th May
CELT Centre for Environmental Living and Training
Main St, Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland
www.celtnet.org [email protected] Tel: 061-640765
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Call For Submissions Issue 11 of Revival Poetry Journal
Revival, the poetry journal of the WhiteHousePoets, is calling for submissions from local,
national and international poets for the next issue which will be published in Limerick, April
The deadline for submissions is the 28th Feb 2009
Send to: The Editor, Revival, Moravia, Glenmore Ave., Roxboro Rd., Limerick.
Email: [email protected]
Submission guidelines:http://revivalpoetrybook.blogspot.com/2006/07/revival-journal-of-contemporary-poetry.html |·> | > |·>
Heritage Inchicronan
Gerry O'Connell and Tom McNamara will be the next guests of Heritage Inchicronan on
Wednesday, March 4 at 8.15pm in Crusheen Community Centre.
They will be recalling sporting events from their own careers.
All are welcome and refreshments will be provided
: [email protected]
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Coole Park Spring Programme 2009
Thrusday 5th March 2009, 8.00pm - 9.00pm
In Association with Gael Linn.
Gael Linn presents two Louis Marcus films, Christy Ring (1964) & Peil (1962)
These films feature sporting greats of the 1960s in both hurling and football. Additional
material consists of evocative Amharc Eireann newsreel footage of major Gaelic games from
the years 1959 to 1963. each film has an instructional section at its core, preceded by a
nostalgic look back at the past, followed by extended highlights of a major game. Both films
feature colour footage from games rich in atmosphere and detail, accompanied by a rousing
soundtrack of music from the Artane Band.
Source : www.coolepark.ie
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Gort Reading Circle for adults takes place in the library at 11.30am on the first Wednesday
each month. The Reading Circle is a friendly, informal discussion group for people who wish
to share their love of literature. Each month the reading circle members choose a particular
title for discussion.
Source : http://galwaylibrary.blogspot.com/
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The Forge Literature Festival will be taking place in Gort during the last weekend of
March. The Forge Literature Festival is organised by the Galway Writers’ Centre. Author
Readings and Workshops will take place in venues throughout the town of Gort between Fri.
27th and Sun. 29th March 2009.
As part of the Forge Literature Festival, Gort Public Library will be hosting a children’s
reading with Gabriel Fitzmaurice at 12.00 on Saturday 28th March and an adult reading by
controversial archaeologist Michael Gibbons at 3.00pm on Saturday 28th March.
Admission is free and all are welcome.
Source : http://galwaylibrary.blogspot.com/
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An Invitation to exhibit in My Space.
From 12th March 2009 The Limerick City Museum will host My Space an art project created
by artist Cecilia Moore and commissioned by Breaking Ground the art commissioning
programme for Ballymun Regeneration Ltd.
Six perspex units on wooden plinths become mini– galleries exhibiting artists work. The
theme has been based on the virtual world of personal disclosure, exploring ideas of identity,
interests and opinions, through 2 and 3-dimensional material. In its Limerick venue My Space
exhibits could respond to the venues artifacts excavated in the riverbeds around Limerick,
fragments of the citizens lives from B.C.-20th century. Artists are free to propose
whatever they feel appropriate within the constraints of the perspex box, but are encouraged
to visit the venue.
Exhibits will change every few weeks, giving a different outlook from a different artist.
Limerick City Museum will be the fifth venue for My Space, exhibiting in public, non-gallery
venues. My Space started June ’08 in Ballymun Civic Offices, travelling on to the National
College of Ireland IFSC, Dublin; The Helix, Dublin; and MacDonagh Junction Kilkenny. It
will return to Ballymun in May for its final venue.
Artists are invited to participate in My Space, just email, or post submissions to include: yourname and contact details; description/images of artwork; title; preferred date for exhibiting,the artist is required to install or make arrangements for installation/delivery of art work tothe venue; value of artwork for insurance. Note there is no access to electricity in My Space.
There is more info on the website, plus artists and artworks currently and previouslyexhibited.
If you have any enquiries please feel free to contact me.
For more information see:
Email: [email protected]
or call Cecilia at : 0863240230
Post: My Space, Breaking Ground,
Axis,Main St., Ballymun, Dublin 9.
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James Coleman Exhibition 7th March 026th April 2009
The Irish Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Projects Arts Centre, and the
Royal Hibernian Academy, is pleased to announce an important exhibition by the
internationally renowned Irish artist James Coleman. Featuring works from the 1970s up to
the early 2000s, the exhibition includes many works previously not seen in Ireland, including
three of Coleman's most celebrated artworks, Charon (MIT Project), 1989, Seeing for
, 1987-88 and Untitled, 1998-2002.
Source : http://www.modernart.ie/
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Documentary Making Course
**Early Bird Discount**
• Develop story idea,• Introduction to documentary making,• Introduction to PD170 camera• Introduction to sound recording• Shoot a short documentary on location• Edit on Final Cut Pro No prior experience is necessary. Participants should come to the course with an idea that isachievable for a short documentary. This course will give the participants a grounding and thebasics in documentary making. Participants will work as a group to make a shortdocumentary and will be given a copy of their work on DVD.
The tutor is documentary maker Paddy O'Connor who has made numerous documentariesincluding the award winning documentary The Gamble which was part of the RTE True Livesseries which looks at a couple's desire to breed and rear greyhound pups that could one day beDerby winners. The story follows the greyhounds from birth right through to their first race.
Beautifully paced and structured, it is a wonderful story of ordinary lives and fulfilleddreams.
Course Duration: Four weekendsCourse Dates: 21st March to 19th April (No class 11th/12th April)Course Cost:  405 unwaged/ 455 waged (These fees include membership to the Centre forthe year)Early bird discount of 50 if a deposit is paid before 6th March.
10% discount if you have recently done another course.
Contact [email protected]
or phone 091-770748 to reserve a place or for further information.
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Win an Apple iTouch
Calling all budding movie makers. Here is your chance to win a top of the range
Apple iTouch. All you need to do is send us a short movie using the Western Rail
Corridor as the theme. This can include things like:
• History of the Western Rail Corridor• Interviews with people who remember when services were running on this line or interviews with people with an interest in rail services • Other whacky/offbeat/artistic creations so long as there is some connection with rail The movies must be less than 10 minutes in length and will be published on theWest=On=Track YouTube channel. This will be updated during the competition so check thisregularly for the latest updates and maybe to get ideas.
http://www.youtube.com/user/westernrail Submissions can be sent via email to [email protected] and just include a linkto your video together with a name and brief description of your creation. Closing date forentries is 31st March 2009 and you can submit multiple entries. Further details also availableon the West=On=Track website.
Any entries containing footage of persons trespassing on rail tracks will not be accepted soplease keep safe and stay off the railway lines.
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Dublin City Film Maker in Residence
Dublin City Council in association with The Arts Council is delighted to announce that Joe
Lee has been selected as Dublin City Council’s Film Maker in Residence.
Joe grew up in Artane, in Dublin 5 in the 1960s and 70s and has lived for the best part of thelast thirty years in Marino, Dublin 3.
From the late 1990s onwards he has worked as a film maker on a series arts based projectswith Dublin communities. The focus of these projects has been to work with local people totell stories of local relevance.
“This residency programme will facilitate me to continue to develop an approach to filmmaking that I have been working on since the mid 1990s. That is, to permit story andactuality in the film process to arise out of a dialogue with people about the reality andexperience of place. The Irish urban story is still a relatively new phenomenon. This is thefirst generation to experience a reflection of contemporary Irish urban life in film, music,literature and visual art. What emerges from these reflections of the contemporary is thatthere is no single way or approach to telling these stories. What I aim to do in my work is towork with people on the basis of mutual trust, in an attempt to find an authentic voice, toarticulate or reveal the reality and patterns of life in places that are, for the most part, just afew miles from where I was born” – Joe Lee For further information please contact: Ann Marie Lyons, Assistant Arts Officer, Dublin City
Council, The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin 1.
Tel: 01 2227305
E-mail: [email protected]
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Galway City Community Forum
The Community Forum acts as the representative, collective voice of over 165 community
and voluntary organisations in Galway City.
The Forum was established in 2000 and meets every 3 months.
The Forum is non-religious, non-party political umbrella organisation that is guided by anoverriding principle of inclusion for all.
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Global Dimension
Education plays a vital role in helping children and young people recognise their
responsibilities as citizens of the global community. It equips them with the skills required to
make informed decisions and take responsible actions. By including the global dimension in
teaching, links can easily be made between local and global issues and young people are
given the opportunity to:
• critically examine their own values and attitudes• appreciate the similarities between peoples everywhere, and learn to value diversity• understand the global context of their local lives• develop skills that will enable them to combat injustice, prejudice and discrimination.
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The Virtual Activist 2.0
A Training Course developed by Audrie Krause, Michael Stein, Judi Clark, Theresa Chen,
Jasmine Li, Josh Dimon, Jennifer Kanouse, and Jill Herschman
• Ensure the accessibility and affordability of information technology and the Internet.
• Train activists to use the Internet as a tool for grassroots organizing, outreach, and • Create effective grassroots citizen action campaigns and coalitions that link cyberspace activists with grassroots organizations.
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deaddrunkdublin & other imaginal spaces is a place without hierarchy or dogma;
it is an online literary arts magazine dedicated to attracting poets, writers and artists who arelooking through the obviousSource : http://deaddrunkdublin.com/ |·> ·> |·>
Dogmatika : independent literary magazine
Dogmatika is an litzine dedicated to our diverse tastes, but makes occasional forays into film,
music and art as we see fit.
Dogmatika is currently seeking submissions for the site - short fiction, poetry, essays, literarydilettentism and the like. Length is not an issue; what we ask for is pluckSource : http://www.dogmatika.com/ |·> |·> |·>
Female Icons - it's not the gaze, but the look
From the Virgin Mary, to Marilyn Monroe, to Madonna, a select group of women have been
canonized, mythologized and elevated to the status of icon.
Whether idolized or vilified, they reveal something about the social underpinnings of thefeminine in all its clichés, perversities and conventions.
Through workshops, streaming lectures and online data collecting, this project explores whatmakes a woman an icon.
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Imagining Ourselves, an award-winning exhibition of the International Museum of Women,
connects young women around the world and inspires them to create positive change—in
their own lives, their communities, or globally. More than a million people have participated
in the project, which includes a published anthology, a series of global events, and this
dynamic multilingual online exhibition with film, photography, music, poetry and personal
essays—all responding to the question, "What Defines Your Generation of Women?"
Source : http://imaginingourselves.imow.org/
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Traditional Knowledge, Genetic Resources and Traditional Cultural
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) provides a forum for international policy
debate and development of legal mechanisms and practical tools concerning the protection of
traditional knowledge (TK) and traditional cultural expressions (folklore) against
misappropriation and misuse, and the intellectual property (IP) aspects of access to and
benefit-sharing in genetic resources.
Source : http://www.wipo.int/tk/en/
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The Heritage Toolkit
This Toolkit has been compiled by An Taisce – The National Trust for Ireland, with the
support of the Heritage Council under the 2007 local Heritage Grant Scheme.
It is designed to give practical advice and assistance to all persons interested to find out aboutpractical conservation in the community, from how to run an event, how to plant trees, toguidance in feeding in to your local development plans or finding information about quarries.
We hope you will find this toolkit helpful in your quest to save valuable wildlife sites orcharming local features, in contributing to strategic planning, or even greening yourcommunity.
Source : http://www.heritageknowhow.ie/ > ·> > |·>
The Ballymun Oral History Project
by Patricia McBride, community facilitator
'Ballymun in North Dublin is a community under change. In the forty-odd years or so since
the first tenants moved into the gleaming system-built high-rise tower blocks that form the
structural centrepiece of the estate, Ballymun has become a synonym in the public
imagination for all that can go wrong in urban working-class housing estates. And now again
in 2001, the first tenants have moved into housing constructed in Ballymun as part of a
programme of urban regeneration, under which the high rise developments of old will
gradually be demolished and their tenants re-housed in a radically altered Ballymun. It is
envisaged that the new town of Ballymun will be both the symbol and the realisation of the
physical, social and economic regeneration of the area - as one journalist recently termed the
unfolding changes, Ballymun's 'brave new world'.
This is the context in which Ballymun Oral History Project came into being in September2000. Funded by Ballymun Regeneration Ltd and undertaken by Eneclann Ltd., the oralhistory project was a core element of a larger history project which also included adocumentary and an architectural strand. The oral history project was designed by Dr.
Laurence Cox of the Department of Sociology N.U.I. Maynooth, and delivered by Dr. Coxand Ms. Patricia McBride. At the outset the oral history project had four key aims. Thesewere: • to record and document an oral history of the Ballymun community• to make the research available to the wider community• to enable community-based action in the present, based on an understanding of the • To create and transfer to community control a viable oral history project Probably the most unique aspect of the project was its multi-disciplinary approach,combining history, sociology, community development and adult and youth education. Theapproach to the achievement of the project's aims was based on community developmentprinciples of local ownership of and participation in the project, empowerment of localpeople, commitment to community training and the development of locally ownedmanagement structures within the project.'Source : http://www.iol.ie/~mazzoldi/toolsforchange/ballymun.html >| ·> |·> |· >
Breaking Ground is the Ballymun Regeneration Limited per cent for art programme.
Working with individuals, schools, community groups and local businesses, Breaking Ground
is committed to being a continual and progressive resource within the local community.
Breaking Ground is also keen to create intelligent debate and discussion about contemporary
art, challenging perceptions about what can be achieved within communities.
As such Breaking Ground has 2 key aims: to bring attention nationally and internationally to
projects organised within Ballymun; and to expand and enrich the lives of communities
through experiences with contemporary art.
Source : http://www.breakingground.ie/

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