Kilkenny Arts LogoWe’ve just received our first eMail from the Kilkenny Arts Week organising committee about their festival plans for August 2014.
This is a timely reminder to all of us in KPS to start planning our panel for our Arts Week annual exhibition. There’s no time like the present to start planning your new images and the layout of your panel.
Nearer the event we’ll be checking with you to verify if you intend to enter a panel this year.

The following is an excerpt from the Arts Festival committee’s email:

First highlights of Kilkenny Arts Festival 2014 announced!

Spring is in the air, and at Kilkenny Arts Festival there’s an exciting sense of renewal. Over the winter our new Director, Eugene Downes, has been planning a 2014 Festival of special projects, unique collaborations, one-off events and world premieres ranging across the classical, traditional, contemporary and experimental.

Our initial highlights now on sale include an epic journey through the complete string quartets and piano concertos of Beethoven, the return of one of the world’s leading ensembles to Ireland’s finest courtyard theatre, and the Kilkenny debut of a supergroupwhose exploration of new musical frontiers has attracted worldwide acclaim. When great artists and audiences come together in the intimate historic spaces of Ireland’s medieval city, magic can happen…

Below is just a small taste of what’s in store this August. We’re offering our newsletter friends a special 10% discount on any of the Beethoven Quest concerts. Use the promotional code Early Bird 2014 when booking (offer ends April 30th). Also, no booking fee will apply for a limited time, so start booking today! There are great bundle deals available for the Beethoven Quest concerts, as well as family tickets for the matinee performance on 17 August by Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Company. View our 2014 highlights video here and book now.
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Full details for the Arts festival (2014) on Kilkenny Arts website

We’ll be discussing our plans for the KPS exhibition at future weekly meetings.

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