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Phizzfest is a vibrant community arts festival which brings the little urban village of Phibsborough alive each year. It was established to develop an annual celebration of artistic life around Phibsborough, to highlight the rich diversity of culture within our community and to provide a showcase for local talent.
Clean Coasts engages communities in the protection of Ireland’s beaches, seas and marine life. The programme is operated by the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce and is currently funded by the Department of the Environment, Community & Local Government, Fáilte Ireland and Coca-Cola. Clean Coasts is made up of two elements; Clean Coasts Volunteering and the Green Coast Award.
Their events gently nudge families from the well worn path from car to playground into the other less rigidly structured play spaces to encourage children to play with the readily available 'loose parts' in nature (sticks, foliage, leaves etc) thus encouraging imaginative, cooperative play and problem solving - whilst also educating and opening parents eyes to the benefits and opportunities presented from playing in nature.
Clean Coasts engages communities in the protection of Ireland’s beaches, seas and marine life. The programme is operated by the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce and is currently funded by the Department of the Environment, Community & Local Government, Fáilte Ireland and Coca-Cola. Clean Coasts is made up of two main elements; Clean Coasts Volunteering and the Green Coast Award.
Elemental was founded with the intention of animating the city and giving people entertaining reasons to spend time enjoying the city while experiencing something different and engaging. Elemental Arts & Culture Festival returns on Friday 8th - Sunday 10th September 2017 with a diverse programme of performances, workshops, readings and exhibitions which takes place in various venues throughout Limerick.
Coillte are privileged to be custodians of 7% of Ireland’s land. Our forests and land now extend to over 440,000 hectares. Over the last 30 years, we have cared for and developed our estate and businesses while being firmly focused on maximising the financial and social potential of these natural resources in a sustainable way.
The department acknowledges the fine art and cultural heritage of the country by providing the capital infrastructure for the National Cultural Institutions, as well as influencing the development of the private sector cultural industry through appropriate financial support for projects supporting the cultural infrastructure in Ireland.
The Bohemian Environmental Justice Film Festival (BEFF) will be the first festival focused on the stories of people and communities on the front lines of the fight against environmental catastrophe. There is an increasing awareness of the intersection between people’s lives and the consequences of environmental breakdown. Around the world, filmmakers are telling the story of struggle and survival in the face of the converging environmental crises we face.
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