Waterford Arts and Summer School bursaries awarded

Waterford City & County Council’s Arts Office has announced details of the successful recipients for various artistic summer schools 2018.

In receipt of bursary assistance for the Drama League of Ireland Summer School at the University of Limerick are:

  • David Mansfield, Aisteorí an tSean Phobail
  • Pat Power, Dungarvan Dramatic Club

The recipients of assistance towards attending the Irish Youth Choir Summer programme
are:

  • Irinel Lineen, Kilmacthomas
  • Pax O Faoláin, An Rinn
  • Sarah Keane, Abbeyside, Dungarvan
  • Brian Hughes, Ballinacourty

Bursary support for the Irish Youth Orchestra of Ireland Summer School is awarded to:

  • Lucy Kirby, Newtown, Waterford City
  • Conor Power, Waterford City
  • Fódhla Dunne, Tramore

In addition the recipients of bursaries to attend the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, the artist’s
workplace at Annaghmakerrig, Co. Monaghan during 2018 have been awarded as follows:

  • Two week residency to: David Power/Musician/Cul na Smear and Petra
    Kindler/Theatre, Waterford city
  • One Week residencies to Christine O’ Brien/Visual Artist, Waterford city
  • Mary Tritschler/Visual artist, Dunmore East
  • Rachel Smith/Visual artist, Tramore
  • Ciara Gormley/Visual Artist, Modeligo

The Arts Office acknowledges the Arts Council’s support to the arts in Waterford.

ENDS

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