Carriage Bearance Severance
SEPTEMBER 26 @ 5PM
Rain or shine! We’re moving across the street to the beer garden at KENNEDY’S BAR.
The audience will be more comfortable there, in a sheltered and heated area where you can have a sip of something nice while you watch. We’d love for you to come for all 90 minutes, but it’s okay to drop in or move around the space, get a drink, go to the loo, etc.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
THURSDAYS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30TH: CRAFT + CUPPA
Community open studio.
AUGUST AT A GLANCE – SCROLL FOR DETAILS
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.
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.
Aug 8th: Code of Behaviour Brass Band
Sept 5th: Lewis Barfoot
No booking required but contact information will be taken up on arrival.
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.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH: 2pm – 6pm
Create your own a mixed media artwork with artist Maryse Lennon
This workshop will explore different materials in the creation of mixed media artworks. Participants will learn about texture, composition and how to manipulate materials. Maryse will do a demonstration and then guide you through surface preparation, composing your work, and finishing techniques. Materials will be provided but participants are invited to bring their own found objects to incorporate into their artworks.
The workshop takes place in the outdoor marquee at Greywood Arts. Limited numbers to ensure social distancing. For adults and teens. Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided. €64
Tutor Maryse Lennon has taught art for the past 12 years, graduating with a B.A in Arts Education from National Collage of Art and Design in 2008. Her own artistic practise lies within mixed media, drawing from her fine art experience in college, a family tradition of sewing and craft and an interest in using found materials and objects in the environment around her. Maryse experiments with a range of media’s including paint, decoupage, textures, gold leaf, to create personal, unique pieces.
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.
- 6th: Drawing with Clay workshop with ceramicist Martha Cashman, 5:30-8:30pm
- 13th: Introduction to Art Jewellery workshop with Jaki Coffey, 6-8pm
- 20th: Family & Friends Needle Felting workshop with Paulina from Wooly Crafts, 5-8pm
- 27th: Woodturning Demonstration with John O’Shea, 6-8pm, FREE – no booking, just drop by!
AUGUST 9-14: Art Camp for Kids
ARTIST TALK: The New Gold Rush
Jeweller and Silversmith Sandra Wilson has been recovering precious metals from electronic waste. Sandra will give some background statistics that show electronics is one of the fastest growing waste streams globally. She will also talk about the different ways precious metals can be recovered and give some examples of jewellers using precious metals from e-waste including her own work.
Under the marquee at Greywood Arts, Main St., Killeagh, Cork
Free, donations welcome
No booking necessary but we will take your name and contact information at the door. Please observe social distancing and bring your mask.
2020 PAST EVENTS
FEBRUARY Wed 12th, 6:30pm: The Women’s Network, €10 The guest speaker for their February event is the uber creative Saoirse Fitzgerald creator of The Lighthouse Keepsher on Instagram. Saorise will share her journey with us and as always there will be plenty of time for networking on the evening. *** BOOKING THROUGH THE WOMEN’S NETWORK *** Thurs 13th, 7pm: FICTION Reading & Conversation, FREE with Winter Writing Residency AwardeeMadeline Beach Carey Fri 21st, 11am: Family Residency Showing, FREE London based video artist Nisha Duggal will show work in progress co-created with her family during our first family oriented residency – a great opportunity for all ages! Tues 25th, 7pm: Arboreal Book Club & Poetry Reading This month, we’re reading Casting Deep Shade by C.D. Wright. Facilitated by artist Carol Anne Connolly. Winter Writing Residency Awardee Angela T. Carr will share work on the night. Casting Deep Shade is a passionate, poetic exploration of humanity’s shared history with the beech tree. Fri 28th, 8-10pm: Clothing Swap & Shop Everyone’s favourite fundraiser is back! A fun & stylish night of clothes swapping and shopping. Bring up to five excellent quality, pre-loved garments to exchange for something new in the wardrobe. We’ll also have a beautiful collection of accessories from local vendors. All funds raised support Greywood’s spring community projects in collaboration with St. Fergal’s NS, Inch Foroige, Scouts & the Monday Club.
JANUARY Wed 22nd, 5:30pm: Irish Social Business Campus Social Enterprise Business Incubator Launch Greywood Arts is delighted to host – and participate in – this fantastic opportunity for social enterprises
2019 PAST EVENTS:
DECEMBER 8th: Christmas Market Sunday 8 December 12-5pm In support of our Coach House Creative Hub development Wreath Making workshop 2-4pm with Anna From Seekings Flower Farm (Booking Essential: HERE)
Halloween Fundraiser for the Coach House Project
Greywood Arts has been invaded by The Unnameables!October 25 – 31st, 2019
- Opening reception & artist talk with Hannah J Moulds Friday October 25th 7pm. Donations Welcome.
- Enter the Spooky Story Competition!!!
- An Evening of Ghost Stories with Noelle O’Regan & winners of the Scary Story Competition. October 26th at 8pm. €10 adults/€5 kids.
- The Unnameables Halloween ExperienceMeet the furry creatures wriggling their way through the house and see new hideously humorous creatures made just for Greywood on your tour. Immerse yourself in the bizarre world of artist Hannah J Moulds, make a spooky Halloween creature in our craft workshop & enjoy making a toffee apple. Wednesday 30th & Thursday 31st 2pm – 4pm.
- Make a jack-o-lantern! Wednesday 30th 10am – 12pm. All materials & a snack included. Get a peek at the Unnameables, too! €10
- **** CANCELLED ***** Enjoy a big Halloween Bash with games, treats and a costume contest. October 31st at 8pm. €10 adults/€5 kids.
- Yarn Bombing Crochet WorkshopWorkshops kick off on Thursday October 3rd with a two-part Yarn Bombing Crochet Workshop (second session Thursday October 10th) from 7-9:30pm (€20 for both sessions). Learn to make granny squares, pom-poms and other small shapes for installation in a public place in Killeagh village. Beginners and experienced crocheters welcome!*** Fully Booked ***
- Street Art Workshop for Teens On Saturday the 5th and Sunday the 6th of October we have a Street Art Workshop for secondary school students. It’s an opportunity for young people to voice what’s on their mind and share these thoughts with the community by respectfully making a mark on the village. They’ll learn to make moss graffiti, pastables and stenciled artworks. From 11am – 3pm, Bring a packed lunch, €30.Booking on Eventbrite.
- Framing the Landscape Last but not least, we have a really special opportunity for families to create a public art work with on Sunday October 13th from 2-5pm. In this hands-on afternoon inspired by the work of Unexpected Spaces public art resident Robert Hais, we will playfully explore what we see and how we look at the world around us. We’ll make a temporary exhibition in Killeagh village.Booking on Eventbrite.If you have any questions, or can’t book online, just drop us a line at email@example.com or ring 083 845 1750.
October 11-16th: Exitman by Robert Hais
October 14th – Art Share 7pm An opportunity to chat with other creatives over a cuppa. All welcome – artists and enthusiasts. It’s the perfect chance to talk about all the public art happening in Killeagh in October!
3rd September: Poetry Workshop. Details here.
24th August: Project Unveiling 8pm Information here.
15th August: Art Share 7pm All welcome for a cuppa & a chat. See what the artists-in-residence are working on, share your own projects & hear resident Elli Butto talk about the female form in contemporary art!
8-11 July: Workshop Week More info here. 21 JUNE: FRIDAY A free sharing of works-in-progress. Find out more about it on our blog.
MAY: Workshops & Performance with Joanna Rotkin
MARCH / APRIL:
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 41 minutes
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!
2018 PAST EVENTS:
25 November: Forest School Open Day in Glenbower Wood with Rob Iresson & Noelle O’Reagan. Details soon…
27 & 28 November: Miniature Worlds Workshop with Sophie Heloise Cousins. 28th – places available! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. Be sure to include your phone number & which kit you’d like 27th – fully booked!
29th November: Poetry Reading with Emily S. Cooper & Kerri Sonnenberg
5 DECEMBER: Arboreal Book Club
11 DECEMBER: Art Share & Holiday Celebration
13 OCTOBER: International Post Card Week Workshop for all ages
21 SEPTEMBER: Culture Night Pot Luck & Cookbook Making 6-9pm Bring your favourite dish to share and a copy of your recipe. Together, we’ll design a recipe collection with instructions and traditions relating to your meal. All are welcome to bring a homemade dish or beverage – from your own culture or another that interests you. Be prepared to share a little about the ingredients used and any traditions surrounding the food’s preparation and consumption. Each person will get a template to write their recipe and to share some information about their dish. We want to hear your stories and memories of eating it, or about the traditional cooking and serving of the meal. Materials to illustrate or decorate the page will be on hand. Greywood Arts will compile all of the recipes and publish an e-cookbook the following week. Greywood Arts will provide dishes and cutlery, plus a few gas burners to keep things warm. Please consider ways of making your dish easily shared and clearly note any possible allergens.
12 SEPTEMBER Sign up for book club here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/arboreal-book-club-tickets-48457026270
23 AUGUST: Greywood Celebrates Heritage Week Thursday 8pm, FREE
14 AUGUST: Reading by writer-in-residence Gráinne Daly at August’s ART SHARE meeting. Tuesday 7PM, Free, no booking necessary
18 AUGUST: More Than A Number Saturday 7pm – 10:30pm, Free Artists respond to the cervical cancer scandal
Anniversary Fête A celebration of our first year! Sunday July 1st, 2pm – 6pm FREE
Concert with Lewis Barfoot Friday July 20th – Doors 8pm
Readings by Winter Writing Residency Winners ** Please note the March 7th reading has been cancelled as Gráinne Daly’s residency had to be postponed due to snow **
Sensing Place: Intergenerational Sensory Walks with Lisa Cahill & the Monday Club. **Booking Essential** March 26th Monday – 10.30am 29th Thursday – 10.30am April: 7th Saturday – 10.30am 11th Wednesday – 5.30pm
Pop-up Restaurant Fundraiser Info here. Online ticketing here.
THIS NECK OF THE WOODS: You’re invited to participate in a community-sourced exhibition!
Artist in the Community Residency with Sara French Fixin’ an Elixer: 6 April Friday A bitters making workshop with Creative Killeagh artist-in-residence Sara French (limited) Passtime Possibilities (ages 10+): 14 April Saturday Learn to invent games using nothing but our brains and bodies, with Sara French. The Last Vault: 21 April Saturday All Ages “Pub,” Party, & Performance Barter a story, song, joke, trick, or game to gain an artisan beverage made during Sara French’s residency.
HARK! National Poetry Day Open Mic April 26th Thursday 7pm: at The Old Thatch
Free Library Launch with Killeagh Scouts – TBD
MAY SUNDAY FESTIVAL: May 4th – 7th Exhibition, May Day craft workshops, Land Art Workshop, Nature Weaving, Curated Talks & Walks, Torchlight Procession, Fancy Dress Competition, Open Air Dance, Community Potluck, Foroige Film Screening, Music in the Pubs, GAA Family Fun Day. Creative Killeagh is supported by Cork County Council and Creative Ireland.
Creative Killeagh Adult Art Night March 22nd, Thursday, 7-9:30 A workshop in Papercutting with Leigh Millar. Learn the techniques for creating beautiful, delicate and intricate works of art with just paper and a craft knife. All materials supplied and you will go home with a completed work. No previous experience or skills required. Limited places, Booking Essential: email@example.com or 083.8451750
21 April: The Last Vault by Creative Killeagh Artist-in-the-Community Residency Sara French Have you ever imagined a world where money was extinct? This inconceivable premise is what set the groundwork for artist in residence, Sara French. Her final hurrah at Greywood invites the public to immerse their frugal selves into the setting of a pub where money has no meaning, no value, and no place. Visitors will have to barter a story, song, joke, trick, or game to gain an artisan beverage made during the residency. Participants from the workshops will be afoot discussing their experience of making bitters and designing material-less games. To conclude the evening, the artist will perform a short play set in a post-tender world.
23 January, Tuesday @ 7pm: PIERRE´S JOURNEY AFTER WAR – ON CRAFTING A NOVEL with author-in-residence Margareth Stewart Five simple techniques to make it a hit! €5 2017 PAST EVENTS: 26-31 Oct: W O O D S H O P & Creative Killeagh launch Creative Killeagh kicks off next week with artist-in-residence Léann Herlihy. W O O D S H O P is a collaborative art project that explores craft and social values. Motivated by the materials, skills, and practices of Killeagh’s former sawmills, Léann will lead craftsmanship workshops, give an artist talk, and create a performance. Details below & on www.creativekilleagh.ie FREE ADMISSION Reservations taken at firstname.lastname@example.org & 083 8451750 OR come on the day! ARTIST TALK & SCREENING: Thursday 26th October 2017, 7PM Held in the relaxed environment of the Greywood Arts library, Léann Herlihy will lead a conversation around her artist practice. Here, she will give us an insight into her thought process, as she discusses her concepts and motives while creating work – a fantastic opportunity! The evening will close with a screening of one of David Shaw-Smith’s unique documentaries, HANDS. Shaw-Smith’s captures traditional rural and urban life in Ireland during the seventies and eighties, imbued by a sense of urgency to record crafts in their natural surroundings before they disappeared completely. WORKSHOPS: Saturday, 28th October 2017, 2 – 5PM Monday, 30th October 2017, 10AM – 1PM W O O D S H O P will consist of two separate workshops, held in the spacious art studio at Greywood Arts. The workshops will give the basic outlines of how to construct a rocking chair, but encourage creativity and spontaneous thinking. The assemblage of chairs will be safe and supervised, with the main joining method being similar to a jig-saw puzzle, with each puzzle piece having endless possibilities to create new and abstract forms of rocking chairs. Safety equipment will be provided, with each individual kitted out as a professional carpenter! This collection of rocking chairs will be exhibited at the Creative Killeagh Programme Launch, with each individual’s signature on their artwork as a memoir to their creativity. It is not necessary to attend both workshops, but you wouldn’t want to miss out on the fun, tea and cakes if you can make both! We welcome families and individuals of all ages (1-100 years!). Construction will be child-friendly, but children must be accompanied by an adult. PERFORMANCE & CREATIVE KILLEAGH LAUNCH: Tuesday, 31st October 2017, time 8PM To end the artist-in-residence programme, Léann Herlihy will realise a performance on Halloween night, in conjunction with the programme launch of Creative Killeagh. Herlihy’s performance will explore the ritual of rocking, incorporating the rocking chairs made during the workshops prior to the performance. This will be an interactive performance, where the artist will encourage audience participation. The night will consist of traditional Halloween festivities, with campfires and treats! This will be a fun and intriguing evening for the entire family as we kick off a series of community arts events which will culminate on May Sunday, 2018. This residency, workshops & performance are supported by Cork County Council and Creative Ireland.
Culture Night Friday 22nd September 5-6:30pm: The Bureau of Surrealist Enquiries Welcome to the Bureau of Surrealist Enquiries, Greywood Arts’ interactive family-friendly evening making surrealist art, collages and writing surreal poems. Learn about the 20th century revolutionary cultural movement that aimed to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind – and enjoy a surreal snack! RSVPs appreciated: Email email@example.com or comment below with the number attending Come up to our art studio to learn a little about famous surrealists like André Breton, Salvator Dalí, and René Magritte. Surrealism features the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and non sequitur – ideas go straight from the subconscious to the page, without regard to rules or expectations. We will try out automatic drawing, collage-making, and the “exquisite corpse” technique for creating collaborative drawings and poems. Then, we’ll share the results with each other. Get surreal with us for Culture Night!
Saturday 26 August @ 6pm: Heritage Week Baroque Music Concert The Cork Baroque Players in association with Cork County Council Arts Office and National Heritage Week Present: Gunpowder, Gulliver, Grounds and the Greats: A madcap medley of Baroque music, from depictions of Gulliver’s Travels and Italian battle scenes to works by masters Bach and Vivaldi performed on period instruments.
1st July (Saturday): Opening Celebration 6pm, €10 donation
12th – 14th May: Midleton Arts Festival
- Greywood Arts Presents: Only the Conely by Natasha Bourke
- Autonomic by Greywood Arts Creative Director Jessica Bonenfant Coogan.
21st April: Sophie Cooper & Delphine Dora Concert
18th February: Open House 2pm – 4pm We invite the local community in to see what we’ve been up to. In keeping with our mission, we want to share our process and progress with our neighbours. Join us for a cup of tea or coffee and a conversation. Artist in residence Clare Byrne will share material in development for her project “Song and Dance Man”(working title).
1st February: Applications Open For residencies June 2017 – May 2018