Here is the line up at The SOurce for Culture Night in Thurles
7.15pm Artist Eamon Colman | Gallery Talk
Eamon Colman was born in Dublin in 1957. His professional career spans from 1979, having created over forty solo exhibitions presented nationally and internationally he is considered one of Ireland's most important painters. He is an elected member of Aosdána since 2007 in recognition of his major contribution to Irish culture. Eamon will talk about his work, past exhibitions and current, which will be on display in The Source Gallery.
Moving Portraits | Gordon Hogan
Artist Gordon Hogan is filming a series of ‘Moving Portraits’ for the Culture Night project. These are candid video portraits of local residents and beyond, and will be recorded in a short three to five second face-on approach to camera and then screened on looped on a screen in the foyer at The Source on Culture Night.
8pm The Carole Nelson Trio | Arboreal Tour
Have a special jazz-filled Culture Night at The Source with Carole Nelson and her trio. Carole is a long- established musician and jazz composer whose career across many musical genres has gathered international awards and great critical acclaim. In 2015 she turned her attention to composing for jazz piano trio releasing the Carole Nelson Trio’s first album ‘One Day in Winter’ in 2017. The trio’s second album, ‘Arboreal’ was released early 2020 and went on to feature in UK’s All About Jazz Magazine’s best albums of the year.
The theme of all things arboreal runs through the album. As Carole says on the album notes -
“ 'Arboreal’ began as a walk through my local woods in South Co. Carlow. I wanted to compose music that would express the living reality of a forest – from the mycelium network beneath my feet to the sheltering canopy above, with a sense of the deep interconnection of all living things. While I was composing, information about the climate emergency was reaching more and more of us and I felt the need to respond, as a composer, to the overarching concern of our times. I learned from activists and eco-philosophers about finding the courage to feel, about emotional resilience and active hope.”
Featuring: Carole on piano; Cormac O’Brien on bass and Dominic Mullanon on drums, this is music to immerse oneself in - lyrical, open-hearted and grounded in a spirit that refuses to give up hope.
This event will go ahead based on Government guidelines regarding venue capacity in respect of Covid 19. Tickets are strictly limited advance booking is advised.
PLEASE NOTE TICKETS WILL GO OFF SALE ON FRIDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER AT 12PM. TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR ON THE NIGHT.
*Patrons should note that they may be required to have a Covid Certificate with them to secure admission.