Sustainable Cork Programme: Arts & Culture at the Heart of our City Region
Kickstart your 2021 and tune into our final webinar of the series, exploring the role of a flourishing, thriving arts and culture sector to a vibrant and ambitious City region. We delve into the reach of arts and cultural activities far beyond its own sectoral footprint, the importance of a resilient recovery and the role of the sector to the sustainable economic and social development of the Cork region. Our speakers will share their insights and experiences in the sector and answer any questions you may have on the day.
Liz Meaney, Arts Director Performing and Local Arts, The Arts Council of Ireland
Lorraine Maye, Director, Cork Midsummer Festival
Shane O’Driscoll, Visual Artist and initiator of Ardú, Cork’s new street art initiative
Followed by a Q&A session inviting questions from our audience.
This is the fifth and final webinar in this series. Stay tuned to our ebulletin for further activities and updates. The Sustainable Cork Programme webinar series aligns to the three pillars of Sustainable Development: Economic, Social/Community & Environment, exploring themes within.
The Sustainable Cork Programme Webinar Series is in association with Gas Networks Ireland.
Gas Networks Ireland operates one of the most modern and safe gas networks in the world and ensures that 700,000 homes and businesses receive a safe, efficient and secure supply of natural gas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Ervia is a commercial semi-state multi-utility company with responsibility for the delivery of gas and water infrastructure and services in Ireland.