Listen to a wide selection of arts and entertainment available during the Clonmel Junction Arts Festival every July in County Tipperary. Hear creatives and visitors offer inside information about discovery points throughout the sunny southeast of Ireland.
MoonMistix and Large Art E11
Creative Conversations E10
Contributions from Kojii Helnwein on Instagram, Claire Bentley and Laura O’Mahony outside Hickey’s Bakery talking about creative inspiration, Paul Rowe from the Art of Collaboration, Martin Carey from Solar Studio, and 8yo Dylan listening to Lyn Mather catching dreams.
01:05 Laura hails from Clerihan
01:30 Reflecting on the multimedia programme at Tipperary Institute.
02:41 Where Laura gets inspiration.
03:43 She loves talking to people.
04:46 PRO TIP: Develop an Instagram profile that builds trust.
08:03 The Bossy Posse
09:49 The Art of Collaboration with Dr Paul Roe.
10:35 Under the Clonmel Guard arches at noon.
11:09 Dylan queries Robert Ballagh.
12:22 Lyn Mather's Dream Catcher
14:40 Martin Carey's Solar Studio
16:08 Family Fun Day
See a wide variety of images and links about the Clonmel Junction Arts Festival by using the Spreaker app or look inside your podcatcher for the show notes for this episode. You can also check out Tipperary Live.ie or JunctionFestival.com website.
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If you want to reach us, talk back to junctionfestival on Twitter or Clonmeljunctionfestival on Instagram. You can also drop a note into the Clonmel Junction Arts Booking Office in the Showgrounds.
Book your tickets by searching “Clonmel Junction Arts Eventbrite”.
17:31 Music by http://twitter.com/freakyfwoof
Sun-split Art on the Fourth E09
Bernie Goldbach, American in Ireland, shares thoughts about how the sound track of one's life is often the most significant source of artistic inspiration.
00:29 Watching kayaks
01:00 Artist Studio
02: 24 John Kelly
04:51 Ballagh was ahead of his time
06:06 Bernieman on the 4th
06:36 Born to Run
06:04 unemployed before Clonmel commission
09:41 Phil played Robert's guitar
09:55 Hear Robert Ballagh on Episode 08
10:05 Marie McMahon
10:09 Eimear King
10:18 Sun-Split Festival
10:45 Tommy Grogan has the best ice cream in Tipperary.
11:42 Top ClonmelArts image is Ballagh's
12:20 celebration of landscape and culture
13:14 Meet the Maker Jewellery
13:34 Junction in the Park
Robert Ballagh Artist Talk E08
Fran Curry discusses a wide range of topics with Robert Ballagh, including inspirations for his work and the reason for his activism in Irish society. Claire Bentley introduces the segment as it was recorded in The Main Guard of Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland during the Clonmel Junction Arts Festival on July 2, 2019.
You can see more details at http://junctionfestival.com
01:27 Unemployed before Clonmel commission.
02:00 Phil Lynott played Robert's guitar.
03:49 Work inside Ardmore Studios.
06:37 How were you commissioned for the Clonmel mural?
The story involves his wife going into labour when the Clonmel project manager for Five Star rang about creating an 84 foot mural to be of local interest.
10: 27 Lawrence Sterne
12:24 Matte Formica and textured formica
13: 27 What was it like to see the mural installed?
14:56 Ballagh's number of commissions?
17:24 Alchemist trick of capturing a soul
18:24 Why Ballagh likes the Noel Brown work.
19:10 Commission myself to paint Noel Brown
20:23 Ignored by the arts establishment
20:49 I live by these hands
21:04 Why Ballagh does not apply for grants (no computer)
24:02 Ballagh the activist
25:42 Ireland lags in artistic GDP spend
26:54 Every town has an arts remit
29:06 What bands were you in?
29:06 How do you make your art?
31:30 Did you keep in touch with Michael
33:07 How influenced were you by Frank Stella?
34:57 Barcelona suite of furniture
37:07 No art ever came out of that bog
37:52 Professional advice: “Work on that".
38:47 Will Ballagh return to Clonmel?
If you’re interested in images and links about Robert Ballagh’s work, look at the show notes for this episode. They should be visible in the podcatcher you’re using. You can also check out The Nationalist at any newsagent in Clonmel or search Tipperary Live for the Clonmel Junction Arts Podcast.
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If you want to reach us, use the hashtag #clonmelarts on Twitter or Instagram. You can also drop a note into the Clonmel Junction Arts Booking Office in the Showgrounds.
40:23 Book your tickets by searching “Clonmel Junction Arts Eventbrite”.
Thanks to the Tipperary County Museum, TippCoCo, Camida, Clonmel Showgrounds.
Music by http://twitter.com/freakyfwoof
Checking out Discovery Points E07
Bernie Goldbach and the Youth Media Team share inside information about what a family might enjoy doing outside on Monday, July 1st during the Clonmel Junction Arts Festival. Bernie offers eight discovery points that he has on his phone for the first of July
Start at 0830 and enjoy brekkie outside Hickey's at the West Gate.
01:36 Explore Clonmel's Laneways.
02:35 Walk the Suir Blueway. Start on the Quay, pass Camida, go under the Old Waterford Road, and meander for 12 minutes to get an excellent river view.
10:27 About Suircan.
11:44 Pass the James Early mural on the corner of Wellington Street. It’s a Discovery Point. Then continue along Wellington Street to turn right on Nelson Street. You’ll pass the South Tipperary Arts Centre—worth visiting later today.
12:21 Use the map. You should turn left on Parnell Street to head back down Mitchell Street towards the Main Guard.
12:39 Once on the pedestrianised Mitchell Street, you might enjoy getting a takeaway sandwich from Niamh’s on the corner.
13:01 At noon, enjoy Everybody Dance Now under the Main Guard Arches.
13:06 Then take your sandwich to one of the picnic tables in Mitchell Street to enjoy the Street Party.
13:19 Visit artwork in the Narrow Space Gallery.
13:45 Head towards Print Van Go in the Showgrounds.
14:40 Get a postcard about Robert Ballagh.
15:05 Eimear King refects on Ballagh.
See more at http://tipperarylive.ie
Listen on https://tinyurl.com/spotifyjunction
Contact us by using the #clonmelarts hashtag on Twitter or Instagram. You can also drop a note into the Clonmel Junction Arts Booking Office in the Showgrounds.
Book Junction Arts on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/clonmel-junction-arts-festival-19982185981
Thanks to Andre Louis for the backing tracks.
Eimear King remembers Ballagh and Rattle the Boards E06
Ballagh's big art in Clonmel. And like fesitval director Cliona Maher, Eimear enjoys Rattle the Boards, one of the liveliest traditional acts in Ireland's music scene. You can hear them live on the first of July in the White Memorial Theatre. Book now at https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/clonmel-junction-arts-festival-19982185981
"St Patrick Was a Gentleman" is used under license from https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC40Q4d2fszwjFu-CQ-YHuyA