UPCOMING & ONGOING:
Details here: Workshops & Performance with Joanna Rotkin
MARCH / APRIL:
MARCH 29 8PM: Within These Walls
Ladder Residency Sharing & work-in-progress by photographer Carlos ARL
What, you ask, is a Ladder Residency?
It’s an experiment we came up with where four artists working in different media have mini-residencies in succession. Each person’s work springboards off that by the artists before them. And we can’t wait to share what they come up with!
Featuring writer Alisa Renukova who is here from Estonia, as well as dancer & somatic movement practitioner Laura O’Brien, visual artist Sarah Buckley & textile artist Loo Stepney Power.
Photographer-in-residence this month, Carlos ARL, will also share some of his work-in-progress.
In true Greywood style, it will be a fun evening of exchange, ideas, conversation, and getting nitty-gritty about creative process. And, it’s FREE! See you at 8pm.
Groundwork Art in Nature Workshops with Carol Anne Connolly
with St. Fergal’s National School and more TBA
APRIL 12 8PM: Dancing Landscapes
A screening of films by Hannah R.W. Hamalian
This collection of seven short films from animator and filmmaker Hannah R.W. Hamalian offers reflections on the ways that the space we inhabit can be seen as more than just a setting, but as a context for reassessing assumptions about being. Using movement and sound as symbols for the complexities of experience, each film offers a different way to answer the question: why and how do we become who we are?
Hannah R.W. Hamalian is an animator and filmmaker based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. She uses animation, appropriated videos, and collaborations with dancers to ask questions and present abstract narratives. Her work has screened and shown at festivals internationally, including KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival, Athens International Film and Video Festival (Ohio, USA), and the Squeaky Wheel Animation Fest (New York, USA). She received her BA from Carleton College and her MFA from UW-Milwaukee.
MAY 3-6, 2019: Creative Killeagh May Sunday Festival is back!
We’ll kick off Friday night with lantern making, the torchlight procession & storytelling with Noelle O’Regan. The rest of the weekend will bring music, guided walks in Glenbower Wood, art workshops, traditional games, an intergenerational dance performance, and of course the Open Air Dance on May Sunday!
For residencies in all disciplines through November 2019.
Past Events are listed here.