Sunday 30th August - Festival of World Cultures - DunLaoghaire

Hi all, how about attending the Festival of World Cultures in DunLaoghaire - it is a colourful event and well worth getting your colour gear out for, also no harm bring a camera for those costumes that just won't stay still long enough to capture them.

Of course there is the coastal scapes and victorian buildings of DunLaoghaire's sea front so loads to draw and inspire hopefully...

Any alternative suggestions welcome but thought I'd get this one in early as it is an obvious choice. There are a lot of free performances that might be worth checking out in advance so that you have an idea what interests you before you go, so take a look at the following link...

http://www.festivalofworldcultures.com/programme2009?f=sunday

We could meet at the dart as usual at one pm and then decide on a coffee spot after

6 comments:

Mary said...

Good choice for this Sunday!Will be there.

Tracy O'Brien said...

Thanks for posting James, had it in mind alright :)

I'm not sure if I'll be around as I might be heading home, but will see closer to the weekend!

Stephen said...

James, you have the ball, James has the ball!! I'll be at home immersing myself in the lyrical stylings of Napalm Death. (An eclectic young group of the death metal persuasion :) )

Sarah'll be around though as well. Should be a good one, I look forward to seeing the work.

Lucky Fish said...

I hope to be there!
(Already thinking I should go to the real india again:) .... hmm... )
Don't know about drawing, perhaps will bring the camera this time.

Pat said...

Cameras may be the order of the day; the festival draws huge crowds and sketching may be difficult. There's a nice pub called Walters on the main street just around the corner from the People's Park.

Sarah Bowie said...

Count me in, sounds great!