Wednesday 18th February 2015: The RTÉ Contempo Quartet - one of the most exciting and vibrant chamber ensembles performing today – and Limerick City and County Council Arts Office have announced a series of free lunchtime performances at the Granary Library, Limerick.
Monday 26th January 2015: Limerick National City of Culture Director Mike Fitzpatrick will lead the team and continue to be seconded within the local authority for the duration of the bid process which has to be submitted to the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht by October 2015.
Limerick City and County Council has announced that Úna McCarthy has been appointed as Director/Curator of Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA).
A native of Charleville, Co Cork, Úna McCarthy has worked as Head of Festivals with The Arts Council since 2004. She is due to take up her position as LCGA Director in Limerick on Monday, 16th February.
Tuesday 13th January 2015: Limerick arts organisations are set to benefit from an injection of €1.8m in funding, announced last week by The Arts Council.
Wednesday 12th November 2014: Over the coming months, The Park Kiosk located at Limerick’s People’s Park will reopen as part of a series of exciting multidisciplinary residencies.
Limerick City and County Council has announced that the theatre space and building at 69 O’Connell Street will be re-launched in the New Year as an arts and culture centre.
Limerick Arts Office, Limerick City and County Council is delighted to announce an open call to recognised cultural practitioners, artists, writers and multi-disciplinary practitioners, to apply for the use of four new Arts Studio Units in Cappamore, Co. Limerick.
16th October 2013: On behalf of the Board of Limerick National City of Culture 2014, I wish to acknowledge and thank the government for their allocation of €6 million in this year’s budget."
Dance Limerick, a new support and development organisation for professional dance artists launches in Limerick city, will be launched this Thursday (3rd October 2013).
Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan, T.D., was in Limerick City last week to officially launch the country's first subsidised living space scheme for artists and mark the redevelopment of Limerick’s cultural quarter at John’s Square.