A Feast of Words: arts and wellbeing, is a collection of events, taking place in March that hopes to be a tonic for inquisitive minds seeking stimulating encounters with various art forms. It is produced by Examinations of Arts and Health, an alliance of cultural programmes in County Louth supported by Create Louth and the Arts Office of County Louth. The aim of the alliance is to promote community based access to arts interventions that examine and enhance human experience and a sense of well being.
A Feast of Words is the first celebration of arts and health in County Louth. The following is a listing of events happening throughout the month of March:
Early March, International Women’s Day Book Displays by women authors in Dundalk, Drogheda and Ardee Libraries.
March 13-14 Remote, A Play about Protest, Power and Protecting Yourself, M.A.D. Youth Theatre, An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk, 8:00 pm, Admission 10/7 Euros, www.antain.ie, 042 933 2332.
March 13-20 Pulp and Print, Exhibition of Handmade Paper Banners with Screen Printing at Creative Spark, Dundalk, www.creativespark.ie, 042 938 5720. Presented in Collaboration with Rehab Care.
March 17 Performance Art by members of Dundalk Youth Centre, Pop-Up Choreography, Rituals and Celebrations for St. Patrick’s Day, www.dundalkyouthcentre.ie, 042 932 9532.
March 24 Writing History: A Writing Workshop for Adults with author Nicola Pierce, Drogheda Library, 6:30 pm. Contact Drogheda Library for registration 041 987 6162.
March 25-28 A Life: A Play about Connections between Past and Present, Dolmen Theatre Group, An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk, 8:00 pm, Admission 15/12/10 Euros, www.antain.ie, 042 933 2332.
March 26 Writing History: A Writing Workshop for Adults with author Nicola Pierce, Dundalk Library, 6:30 pm, Contact Dundalk Library for registration 042 935 3190.
For more information about A Feast of Words contact Pamela Whitaker at
086 8250806 or email email@example.com