Events

WEDNESDAYS AUGUST 4, 11, 18, 25TH: CRAFT + CUPPA
Community open studio.

Drop into the marquee at Greywood to connect and create over a cup of tea. Bring your own project – art, craft, knitting, sewing – whatever you’re working on is welcome!

No booking necessary but contact information will be taken on arrival.


FRIDAYS AUGUST 6, 13, 20, 27TH: Cork Craft Month

We are delighted to be a venue for Cork Craft & Design’s CORK CRAFT MONTH this year!

Click the links to book workshops through their website.


SUNDAYS AUGUST 8th & 22nd: Music in the Meadow

Bring a blanket, pack a picnic, and enjoy some live music in the walled garden at Greywood Arts.

We’re kicking off on the 8th with local legends Mick & Mark playing their signature blend of trad, folk, ballads and country, followed by different music genres at each event. 

No booking required but contact information will be taken up on arrival.

Donations welcome!

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.


AUGUST 9-14: Art Camp for Kids


SEPTEMBER 8 – OCTOBER 20: Arts Youth Group

Meeting on Wednesday 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 create@greywoodarts.org for more information.


SEPTEMBER 17: Culture Night

Turfu Project

Do you ever wonder what the future will look like? Blanche Godivier and Lucie Lesclauze invite you on a journey filled with surprising scenarios from the future in this contemporary dance duet.

Turfu Project is an interactive outdoor 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 stay in Killeagh!


SEPTEMBER 26 @ 5PM

Carriage Bearance Severance

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.


Open Calls
Creative Process Residency – Rolling submissions
Space Waste Residency – Due August 22nd

Past Events are listed here.