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Our Fragile Earth, Iniscealtra Festival of the Arts, Co Clare

Iniscealtra Festival of the Arts, St Caimin's Church of Ireland, Mountshannon, Raheen Hospital and Scariff, Co Clare
An exhibition of works from the Irish Museum of Modern Artís Collection is shown at three venues in Co Clare - St Caiminís Church of Ireland, Mountshannon; Raheen Hospital and Scariff - as part of the Iniscealtra Festival of the Arts.† Our Fragile Earth is the theme of the festival and includes works by well-known Irish and international artists such as Marie Jo La Fontaine, Clare Langan and Tom Molloy. Individual works from the IMMA Collection will be placed in three venues in Scariff Ė Tony OíMalley at the Bank of Ireland, Patrick Collins at the Derg Credit Union and Tim Goulding at Loughnane & Co.†

Clare Langan, Forty Below, 1999, DVD film, dimensions variable, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchased, 1999Marie Jo La Fontaine, Waves Clare Langan, Glass Hour, 2002, Super 16mm film transferred to DVD with surround sound, dimensions variable, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchase, 2003

The Iniscealtra Festival of Arts is an annual festival held at various locations in and around the beautiful lakeside village of Mountshannon in Co Clare. IMMA has a long-standing relationship with the festival lending works from the Collection through the National Programme for the past ten years.† Clare based artists Nicola Henley and Jane Seymour will facilitate workshops in response to the exhibition with primary school students. The Education & Community programme is supported by the Department of Education & Science.

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