To promote and afford facilities for the study of architecture, the allied sciences and arts and to provide a medium of friendly communication between members and others interested in the progress of architecture.
Run by Age and Opportunity - each year during May all over the country Bealtaine events run in arts centres, theatres, libraries, galleries, community centres, local halls, care settings, cultural spaces and even in the open air.
The Centre is the focal point for the conservation and enhancement of the island’s unique heritage. Home to The Bere Island Experience Exhibition, as well as temporary themed exhibitions throughout the year.
We offer on-going workshops, programs and events throughout the year and make the ideal venue-with-a-difference for your meeting or special event. We offer school programs and summer camps on environmental education and Celtic Heritage.
The Centre for Creative Practices, CFCP, founded in September 2009, is the only arts organisation in Ireland dedicated to connecting, integrating and promoting migrant, experimental and emerging artists among the local arts scene and audiences.
Clare County Library Service is a publicly funded resource to be used for information, learning, culture and the imagination thereby improving the intellectual and cultural quality of life of the community, and is crucial in achieving equality of access to the benefits of the information society.
Whether you are interested in the Irish Emigration story, tracing your ancestors, learning more about the ill-fated Titanic and the Lusitania, or immersing yourself in our naval and military history, Cobh Heritage Centre has it all and lots more.
We champion community and volunteer-led creative activity, and work to improve opportunities for everyone to be creative. In particular, we celebrate and promote people expressing themselves creatively with others, recognising the benefits this can bring. .
Cultúr was established in 2004 with the main purpose of promoting a multicultural Meath and facilitating the smooth integration of foreign nationals who have chosen to live in this country into Irish society.