Friday September 17th at 16:00, 18:00 & 21:00
Free, no booking required
Do you ever wonder what the future will look like?
Blanche Godivier and Lucie Lesclauze of the Dahu Collective invite you on a journey filled with surprising scenarios from the future in this contemporary dance duet.
Turfu Project is an interactive performance – you will be able to make choices that will change the whole course of the piece. Lay your eyes on a new planet, or perhaps meet cyborgs! All of these stories were developed with people the Paris-based dancers met during their Unexpected Spaces Residency in Killeagh. In fact, interviewing members of the community was an essential part of the creation process as the choreographers collected thoughts about the future. Contributions came from both children and adults, and the resulting performance welcomes people of all ages!
Unexpected Spaces is Greywood Arts’ public art residency, supported by Cork County Council, which provides artists with a month-long residency and production of a public artwork.
4 & 6pm: Woodview Housing Estate Green
9pm: Mogeely Road Green (across from the creche)
– Livestream details TBA
– Excerpts from the project were adapted to 7 sites throughout the village centre. Find those films here.
SEPTEMBER 24: Arts Youth Group
Meeting on Friday afternoons, young people will use photography to create a series of postcards and posters that explore their relationship to place through a visual narrative of the spaces they inhabit with artist Aoife Banville and staff from Greywood Arts. Email email@example.com for more information.
Carriage Bearance Severance
SEPTEMBER 26 @ 5PM
Created between 2015 and 2021, Carriage Bearance Severance is a performance trilogy by Matty Davis and Ben Gould that marks the trajectory of a relationship forged by shifting need, desire, and growth. Davis and Gould’s work together began as an investigation of reliance, control, and care. Saturated by surgery, healing, friendship, and mutual learning, their research delineated new bounds of freedom and possibility. What could be shared, reciprocated, and endured was soon transfigured by both personal and global contexts that fostered questions regarding separateness, autonomy, and new forms of radical empathy. As physical and emotional worlds evolve, all is remembered yet actively growing.
Made possible by the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme 2021 supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Cork County Council.
THURSDAYS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30TH: CRAFT + CUPPA
Community open studio.
Past Events are listed here.