Culture Night 2018 will fall on the Friday night of September 21st from 5pm – 11pm.
Culture Night involves venues, groups and artists opening their doors and inviting people in for a taste of Kerry’s unique culture and contemporary art, all for free.
Culture Night Aims
It aims to familiarise people with the cultural offerings on their own doorstep, in a relaxed, informal environment that welcomes everyone.
“Culture Night’s success relies on the contribution of many people and groups and every year there is a fantastic effort put in by all involved,”said Kerry County Council’s Arts Officer, Kate Kennelly.
“We are planning ahead to Culture Night 2018 and look forward to putting together this year’s programme,” said Ms. Kennelly.
Fill a Simple Form
Anyone who wants to hold a cultural event – dance, song, storytelling, visual art, traditional arts, music and more – on Culture Night is asked to register their event with the Arts Office by filling in a simple form available on Kerry County Council’s website – www.kerrycoco.ie.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 066 7183541.
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