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October 17, 2021

Unreeled

Uilinn, West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen
24 October, 20:00

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Unreeled is a concert of dance and conversation about connections. Hosted by choreographer Fearghus, with ISL interpretation, the evening will feature solos made by Fearghus during 2020 and 2021 that can finally reach their audiences. Fearghus will be joined by dance artist Isabella Oberlander who will perform a work Fearghus made for her to bring memory and hope into the present moment. You can expect beautiful dance, warm chat and a chance to think about what it means to connect with each other and with what we’re missing.

October 05, 2021

Unreeling – Tipperary Dance Platform

Tipperary Dance Platform
9 October 2021, 16:30
Kickham Barracks Church, Clonmel

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As part of the Spotlight Ireland 2021 programme, Fearghus presents Unreeling (work in progress)

Dancing to connect so that solitary isn’t lonely.
Out of isolation, Fearghus dances a solo to connect, to show the connections that we’re made from, that sustain us, and to welcome the connections that will help us grow. He’s dancing so that solitary isn’t lonely.

September 22, 2021

Interdependence at Lightmoves Festival, Limerick

Lightmoves Festival Saturday, 25 September 2021
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Dance Limerick
1-2 John’s Square Limerick Ireland

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As part of this years Lightmoves Festival of Dance Film and New Media, Fearghus will be showing Interdependence in a screening of Short Films from Ireland

September 15, 2021

Oiche Chultúir – Culture Night on TG4

Friday 17 September TG4 20:30

Fearghus will be one of the artists featured in a special programme on TG4 for Culture Night 2021

To celebrate Culture Night 2021, TG4 visits some of the Gaeltacht areas to meet musicians and artists and get a flavour of the rich tapestry of arts and culture in the Gaeltacht areas. Alongside a performance by Fearghus recorded on the beach in Ring, where he grew up, the programme will feature Gaeltacht vignettes including Caitlín Nic Gabhann playing music in Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair; and Diane Ní Chanainn with Meitheal Cholmcille; Caoimhe & Séamus Ó Flatharta singing at An tSeanchéibh in An Spidéal. It will also feature some poetry from Dairena Ní Chinnéide agus Cathal Ó Searcaigh. The visual artist Cathal Mac Fhionnghaile will join us from Inis Bó Finne and we will hear from a new generation of musicians and composers with Ensemble Mhúscraí in Baile Bhuirne.

September 03, 2021

Fearghus appointed Chair of UK Dance Network

3 September 2021

The UK Dance Network is today announcing the appointment of Fearghus Ó Conchúir as its new Independent Chair.

UKDN is a space for collaboration: a gathering place for dance organisations with similar or shared missions, a platform for peer learning and support and exchange of ideas and intelligence, and a conduit for information and opportunities.

Read more here

July 03, 2021

Dancer from the Dance Festival 2021

Thursday, 8 July, 19:30 IST

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As part of this year’s Dancer from the Dance Festival. Fearghus will be showing Cliabh, a short dance film that draws on and sends out lines of connection to a community around the world.  The Dancer from the Dance Festival by John Scott Dance Company/IMDT is a programme of performances, talks, workshops and classes from a diverse group of international artists connected to Ireland.

June 17, 2021

I’m Roger Casement at the Butler Gallery, Kilkenny.

I’m Roger Casement

Pride Screenings

Butler Gallery Limerick Onsite and Online

Monday 21 June – Friday 2 July

FREE

For Pride in Kilkenny 2021, the Butler Gallery is screening an array of recently acclaimed and award winning short films representing a cross section of LGBTQ life and creativity from Ireland and overseas. Among the films is I’m Roger Casement, created with award-winning director Dearbhla Walsh for broadcast on RTÉ as part of the The Casement Project in 2016.

May 18, 2021

DANCE DIGITAL: Baden-Württemberg and South Wales connect

Wednesday, 16 June 2021. 10am – 12pm (GMT) ONLINE

Clwstwr and MFG Baden-Württemberg explore the opportunities that digital innovation presents to dance and hear from dancers about their experiences of making work during COVID-19.

Alongside other artists, Fearghus and collaborator Rob Eagle will present their experience of working on their queer-led Augmented Reality and Dance research, supported by NDCWales and Clwstwr.

Register for the online event here

May 09, 2021

Studio Light Moves/Open Futures 2021 Residency

Dance Limerick

June to October 2021

Ten dance and digital artists, including Fearghus and collaborator Rob Eagle, have been selected to take part in a new initiative of the Light Moves Festival, aimed at investing in and nurturing creative process and enquiry in dance, technology and screen-based dance practices. It is a partnership between the Light Moves Festival, Dance Limerick and The Digital Media and Arts Research Centre (DMARC) at the University of Limerick.  The residencies encompass choreographic approaches, machine learning, liveness, augmented reality, smart textiles, performance and real-time processes.

The Open Futures 2021 Artists are (in their groups): Georgia Tegou and Kristina Pulejkova, Eva Baumann and Michael Tuttle, Fearghus Ó Conchúir and Rob Eagle, and Ruairí Ó Donnabháin, Róisín Berg, Julie Phelps and Sorcha Hassett. Scroll down to meet the Artists.

March 19, 2021

Surviving or Thriving? Panel Exchange

25 March 10:30am

Chaired by Dr Maureen Gaffney, with guest speakers choreographer and dance artist Fearghus Ó Conchúir, choreographer and dance artist Catherine Young and choreographer David Bolger.

From Waterford Healing Arts Trust in partnership with the Arts Council.

Part of an online series of panel discussions, workshops and resources seeking to strengthen resilience, restore confidence and promote connectedness across the arts sector.

Adm free but booking essential. Book your place for the Dance Strand here.

Live captions are available for this event.

Click here for info about the entire Surviving or Thriving? programme.