Helga has added another evening class on Wednesday., Feb. 11th from 6:45 – 8pm.
Her usual evening class from 8:15-9:30 pm will continue after this session.
Cost – 6 weeks €75
Ensemble Eiru will perform at the Courthouse Gallery on Friday, February 6th at 8 pm.
Ensemble Eiru are an exciting group of young musicians from a wide range of performance backgrounds. They were formed in 2011 by Jack Talty and Neil O’Loghlen with a view to developing new conceptualisations of arrangement and ensemble playing in Irish traditional music. Focussing specially on the traditional musicians and repertoire associated with west and north Clare, the group perform contemporary interpretations of Irish traditional music by drawing on an eclectic range of artistic influences. Featuring Jack Talty (Clare Memory Orchestra) on concertina, Neil O’Loghlen ( Louis Stewart Quartet, Clare Memory Orchestra) on double bass and flute, Matthew Berrill (Clare Memory Orchestra) on clarinet, Jeremy Spencer on fiddle, Maeve O’Hara (CNAG) on marimba. Paddy Groenland (Leafzang) on guitar, and Matthew Jacobson (ReDiviDeR) on drums, Ensemble Eiru bring together some of Ireland’s most exciting and experienced young musicians.
This is a not to be missed concert of modern, traditional and contemporary music.
Admission €10 - Tickets at door
DEUX ON TROIS CHOSES QUE JE SAIS D'ELLE...
(Two or three things I know about her...)
Speak a little French, drink a little wine and enjoy a good film!
Tuesday., Feb. 3rd 10:15-11:30 am
This series of classes is designed to show you how to strengthen your body in particular your back, core and joints while creating more space around the discs. You will learn how to relax and release tension so your body can realign itself. You can lead a more fulfilling, richer life with lots of energy instead of pain.
Helga is a practicing Physical Therapist for 25 years and a 500 hour trained Yoga teacher.
Yoga for Strength-Flexibility-Vitality Evening Classes with Helga Himmelsbach
Helga is now holding evening classes starting Wednesday., Feb. 4th 8:15-9:30 pm
Cost – 6 weeks €75
Forgotten Placenames and Landmarks
The North Clare Historical Society commences its 2015 lecture series on Monday 26th January with a talk by Colm Hayes entitled Forgotten Placenames and Landmarks of Ennistymon. In this illustrated talk the placename changes and the landmarks which have disappeared over the past 250 years will be outlined.
Colm Hayes is a native of Ennistymon and comes from an old Ennistymon family. He has operated a printing and stationery business in the town for over 40 years. He has had a lifetime interest in local history and was a founder member of the Old Ennistymon Society in the 1990s. He has edited a number of local publications including the popular Ennistymon Parish Magazine from the 1980s to 2002.
Venue: The Courthouse Gallery
The afternoon is planned out as follows:
1:00 Open Critical Session - Artists are invited to bring along a digital image relating to a recent project for peer discussion.
2:15 Artist's talk with John Hanrahan on his current show at The Courthouse Gallery 'Variant'
3:00 Refreshment Tea Coffee Lemonade
3:15 Artists Film Screening - 'Unstrung' by artist Cecily Brennan
For more information contact
The Artists Resource Room is a volunteer led community group supported by County Clare Arts Office. It was established to provide a place for Visual Artists to network, discuss art, hear presentations, exchange ideas etc.