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  • Limerick Culture and Arts Office present the Autonomy Project

    first_imgLimerick’s O’Connell Street Revitalisation Works to go ahead New parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience Ireland’s First Ever Virtual Bat Walk to take place in Limerick Limerick city centre gets a deep clean NewsLocal NewsLimerick Culture and Arts Office present the Autonomy ProjectBy Staff Reporter – March 29, 2018 1340 The Body Autonomous by Lisa McLoughlin with dancer Isabella Oberlander which will feature as part of the Autonomy Project which runs in Limerick from 2nd-7thApril Photographer Lucy Dawson.​Limerick Culture and Arts Office is delighted to present The Autonomy Project comprising of professional artists and original youth performances to audiences in Limerick, beginning on Easter Monday 2nd April 2018.The five days of events from 2nd-7th of April comprises of performances of original works from Limerick’s finest youth groups and leading professional dance, visual and sound artists exploring our autonomy in society.The two exciting performances are:Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Autonomy Project @ The Sailors Home will run from April 2nd to 7th. This multi-genre installation performance presents original works by six leading artists: Visual Artist, Seamus Nolan (F**k IMMA), Performance, Artist Fergus Byrne (Future Histories), Performing Artist, Deirdre Murphy (Capitalism the Musical), Sound installation by Siobhan Kavanagh & Adam Gibney (Doom Opera & Synthesiser 7:(un)Certain), Dance Artist Lisa McLoughlin (Anima).The Autonomy Project @Dance Limerick which will take place at 3pm & 8pm on April 6th & 7th as part of the Limerick Fringe. This performance film, dance and music will showcase the original works created by our youth group partners: Limerick Youth Theatre, Dance Limerick, Music Generation Limerick City and GOSHH along with two outstanding professional performances, Goblom (Ella Clarke and Caitríona Ní Mhurchú) and Contemporary Circus Maleta Company.The Autonomy Project progresses Limerick Culture and Arts Office’s Youth Arts Strategy, by developing and strengthening partnerships between four youth groups partners, Limerick Youth Theatre, Dance Limerick, Music Generation Limerick City and GOSHH (Gender, Orientation, Sexual Health, HIV)It supports the Limerick Cultural Strategy Framework 2016-2030 to engage citizens through involvement in culture.Dance artist and designer of The Autonomy Project, Lisa McLoughlin said: “This project is an exciting and ambitious large-scale collaboration. It draws on the best of collaboration, in that of all the youth groups and artists have full autonomy over their work to fully realise their vision. These are then combined to give multiple perspectives on a single theme. There will be dance, music, film, circus & visual art across two venues. This promises to be a treat for the senses!”Assistant Arts Officer, Limerick City and County Council, Dr. Pippa Little said, “I am thrilled to see the performances and films made by the young people, having worked to support the four youth group partners, Limerick Youth Theatre, Dance Limerick, Music Generation Limerick City and GOSHH throughout the process. The concept of Autonomy, devised and overseen by lead artist Lisa McLoughlin has offered a rich theme and a strong foundation for exploration, debate and discussion for the young people.”Tickets cost €10 for each performance, €5 child (under 16) or €17 for both Sailors Home and Dance Limerick are available from  www.dancelimerick.ieInformation on The Autonomy Project www. theautonomyproject.ieThe Autonomy Project is funded by an Arts Council ‘Invitation to Collaboration’ award, which Limerick City and County Council Culture and Arts Office applied successfully for in a competitive context.More local news here. Twitter Email Previous articleScholarship success for a second time for past pupils of Limerick schoolNext article#Watch Limerick #IBelieveHer rally Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSartistsAutonomy projectDr. Pippa LittleEaster MondayLimerick City and County CouncilLimerick Culture and Arts Officeyouth performances RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR O’Donnell Welcomes Major Enhancement Works for Castletroy Neighbourhood Park Print WhatsApp Facebook Linkedin Call to extend Patrickswell public sewer line last_img read more

  • Child abuse reporting concerns amid COVID-19 pandemic

    first_imgHowever, when the pandemic passes and children return to school, the center is preparing to see many cases. To reach the 24-hour crisis hotline, call 607-722-4256. (WBNG) — Schools are closed and children are at home, but the Broome County Child Advocacy Center says some children could be in danger. “We’re definitely expecting an influx of cases when the children do go back to school. They’re missing out on their safe havens of people that are close to them, so we are definitely concerned,” said Hyett. The pamphlet has many resources, including a 24-hour crisis number. Hyett says there is an advocate available to offer any stress-relief and support. center_img “We know that kids for the most part, their safe haven, a lot of the time is school. With them not going to school right now, we’re really concerned that they don’t have that trusted adult they can confide in,” said Jessica Hyett, coordinator for the Child Advocacy Center, a program with the Crime Victims Assistance Center. Hyett says reports of abuse are often filed by the school. If schools are closed, many reports are never made. The center says they’re working on ways to let people know about available resources. “We actually created a pamphlet we’re giving out to the community. We’ve been trying to brainstorm different ways to get it out. We’ve connected with some of the local school districts and we are partnering with them to send out in the kids’ lunches they’re giving out,” said Hyett. last_img read more

  • Community Testing and Survey Almost Complete

    first_img Sharing is caring! LifestyleLocalNews Community Testing and Survey Almost Complete by: – June 3, 2020 Share Share 133 Views   no discussionscenter_img Tweet Share Dr Shalauddin Ahmed at Min of Health Press BriefingThe Ministry of Health is reporting that its Community Testing Programme is going well with 72% of the 600 households to be sampled tested so far.Epidemiologist, Dr Shalauddin Ahmed said Friday that 800 individuals have been tested; two reacted to the rapid tests but were later cleared by molecular testing. Dr Ahmed said those individuals may have developed antibodies to the virus.This happens if infection occurred in the body and was successfully eliminated.He explained that, “Ninety-nine per cent of the participants were non-reactive to the rapid test so based on the information that is available at this time, it is very likely that there is no community transmission.“In general, the people are very receptive especially in Laplaine, St Joseph and Grandbay health districts. The response from these three health districts is 100%. Our active surveillance continues and the Ministry of Health will keep the government and general public duly informed and updated.”The Health Ministry says only the Roseau Health district, the largest, will be left to complete its allotted number of home tests. Dr Ahmed said that by early this week, the community testing and surveys will be complete.The approach was to conduct these tests in 600 random homes in all seven health districts.Dr Ahmed assures that the final analysis will be reported to the public.last_img read more

  • BYE BYE: Man United defender Ashley Young agrees Inter Milan move

    first_imgMilan, Italy | AFP |  Manchester United defender Ashley Young has agreed a move to Serie A club Inter Milan, according to reports on Thursday.The 34-year-old will arrive in Italy on Friday for a medical before signing an 18-month contract, Gazzetta Dello Sport reported.United will receive 1.5 million euros ($1.6 million) plus bonuses for Young who has spent the past eight-and-a-half seasons at Old Trafford since arriving from Aston Villa in 2011.Young, who has played 39 times for England, has made 261 appearances for the Premier League club and scored 19 goals. He was club captain this season but only started 10 league games.He won the 2013 Premier League title, the FA Cup in 2016 and both the League Cup and Europa League in 2017. Young leaves the Premier League with United in fifth, 27 points behind leaders Liverpool, who they play at Anfield on Sunday.Inter signed Romelu Lukaku from United last summer and also have Alexis Sanchez on loan from the club.Antonio Conte’s side are second in Serie A, two points behind champions Juventus. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

  • Inslee Signs New COVID-19 Order for Phased Re-Opening of Washington’s Economy

    first_imgFacebook78Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington Governor Jay InsleeSome businesses could re-open as early as this week under the new COVID-19 order signed by Gov. Jay Inslee today. The state’s “Safe Start” plan is a phased approach to re-opening Washington’s economy.Under the plan, smaller counties can apply for a variance from the order which would allow them to open even more businesses than allowed statewide.Safe Start sets a careful approach to emerging from the pandemic. It allows for modifications of business closures and physical distancing measures while minimizing the health impacts of COVID-19.“This phased approach to re-opening our economy will allow us to move forward with a careful and thoughtful balance of our state’s health and economic needs,” Inslee said. “However, if infection rates and hospitalizations for COVID-related issues go up, I would not hesitate to scale these efforts back down to protect public health and save lives.“I fully recognize the impact this is having on families, workers and businesses, but we have not yet won the fight against this virus,” Inslee continued. “We continue to see infection rates, hospitalizations and deaths across the state from COVID-19.”While Stay Home, Stay Healthy is being extended to the end of May, the governor announced his Safe Start plan which amends some components of the original order and allow for a start to re-open the state.Through the Washington “Safe Start” plan, more businesses and activities would re-open in phases with adequate social distancing measures and health standards in place. Each phase will be at least three weeks — data and metrics will determine when the state can move from one phase to another.Read the full Safe Start policy plan here.Read the full story on the governor’s Medium page.last_img read more

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