Eva O’Connor

This month, Eva O’Connor joins Ann Blake to talk about changing the focus and conversation around climate. Theatre maker, Eva, is the co-producer of the inaugural Future Limerick: Climate [...]

More than the reverb

19 May 2022

More than the reverb is a series of live events in the formal gardens of the Irish Museum of Modern Art presenting poets, singers and storytellers who share and interweave lullabies, chants, [...]

Schools & Gardens

Schools & Gardens is a meeting of European and Baltic independent initiatives and spaces in April 2022, organised by the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association. This is a key [...]

Tina Nsubuga

Tina Nsubuga joins Emma Langford and Ann Blake on this month’s episode of the Limerick Lady Podcast. Tina is a 29-year-old Ugandan-Irish fashion-tech entrepreneur. Ever evolving and [...]


Maintaining spaces for artists to work and communities to thrive is a difficult task at the best of times. Artists’ incomes tend to be low, intermittent, and without the security of other [...]

Crex Crex: Open Call

Crex crex, crex crex, crex… is a research project connecting artists and field experts to learn about the corncrake bird and its place in Ireland’s natural and cultural heritage. Through [...]

Black Holes: Open Call

Totaldobže Art Centre in Latvia is offering a residency opportunity for artists as part of our Creative Europe project, Artist-Run Network Europe. The Black Holes residency is aimed at artists [...]

Mícheál Keating

Ormston House is delighted to welcome Mícheál Keating as Artist-in-Residence on the 2022 R&R programme. Mícheál is a musician, composer, producer and multimedia artist from rural West [...]

William Keohane

Ormston House is delighted to welcome William Keohane as Writer-in-Residence on the 2022 R&R programme. William Keohane is a writer from Limerick. In 2021, he was shortlisted for the Patrick [...]

Taryn de Vere

On this month’s Limerick Lady podcast, Emma Langford talks to jewellery designer, activist, writer, podcaster, mother, and “joy-bringer”, Taryn de Vere. Based in Donegal, the [...]