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Mayo Arts Service Publications

Working in Intercultural Contexts, A Guide for Local Authorities and Cultural Providers'. Mayo, Donegal and South Dublin County Councils, 2020.   


‘Mayo County Council Strategic Arts Plan 2018-2022’, Mayo County Council 2018. 

‘Tír Sáile Sculpture Trail’ (2017). Mayo County Council. Documents the original trail and new residencies that took place as part of the redevelopment in 2017. 

‘Paper Bloom’ by Katie Moore (2016). Mayo County Council 1916 commemoration residency, documents the residency and temporary artistic outcomes in Ballina. 

‘Strange Terrain’ by Aideen Barry (2014). Mayo County Council and EU partnership Public Art Project. Based on the former Westport to Achill railway line, now Mayo Greenway. 

‘Shift in Perspective’ – An Arts & Disability Resource Book, Arts & Disability Ireland, 2010. (Produced in partnership with the Arts Council, Mayo County Council, South Tipperary County Council and the Irish Museum of Modern Art). 

‘En Route’- A Public Art Project by Aileen Lambert, Mayo County Council, 2011. (A Public Art project by artist Aileen Lambert with communities in Bekan, Ballindine and Tulrahan). 

‘Aughagower Pilgrimage’, by Tom Meskell, Mayo County Council, 2010. (A public Art Project, documenting Tom Meskell’s work in Aughagower in 2010). Available in Mayo Libraries. 

‘Altered Images’, IMMA, 2009. (Catalogue and CD to accompany the ‘Altered Images’touring exhibition, which was a partnership initiative of Mayo County Council, South Tipperary County Council and IMMA.) 

‘Following the Whitethorn’, Mayo County Council, 2009. (A public Art Project, recorded and produced by Michael Fortune, who compiled a collection of superstitious belief on video with people in Ballinrobe and the surrounding areas.) 

‘New Ground Lost Seeds’, Mayo County Council in partnership with Dead Good Guides, 2009. (Documenting the work of Artists in Residence, John Fox & Sue Gill, during Bealtaine 2008.) 

‘This time, this place’, Mayo County Council, 2007. (A public art project, with photos by Jim Vaughan and the people of Clare Island and a poem by Macdara Woods.) 

‘Bread and Puppet Theatre Residency - Bealtaine 2007 with Mayo Artsquad’, Mayo County Council, DVD, 2007.(Documenting work of Artists in Residence, Bread and Puppet, during Bealtaine 2007.) 

‘Present Tense- Words & Pictures’, Mayo County Council, 2006. (Collection of poetry and photography by Mayo poets and photographers, edited by Macdara Woods & Jim Vaughan.) 

‘Between Colours - Mayo County Council Artists’ Mentoring & Networking Programme’, Mayo County Council, 2006. (Description and Evaluation of the Artists’ Mentoring and Networking Scheme run by Mayo County Council.) 

‘Who says flowers are red?’- A perspective on developing creativity in the community, Creative Communities for Change, 2003. (Documents a creative partnership between Parkside CDP, Louisburgh CDP and Kiltimagh CDP, funded by the Department of Social, Community and Family affairs, Mayo County Council with support from the Linenhall Arts Centre). 

‘Saibhreas an tSaoil’ Mayo County Council Strategic Arts Plan, 2003-2006, Mayo County Council, 2003. 

‘Creative Reverie – Meeting the Person As An Artist’, Mayo County Council, 2002. (Documents the work of artist-in-residence, Deirdre Walsh in the Sacred Heart Hospital, Castlebar). 

Chris Doris, ‘40 Days & 40 Nights’, A Mayo County Council Artist in Residence Project, Mayo County Council, 2001. (Documents Chris Doris’ residency on Croagh Patrick) 

(The below five publications were anthologies of creative writing from writers in Mayo, edited by the Writer-in-Residence at the time). 

‘The West and Beyond - Mayo 5’, edited by Neil Donnell, Mayo County Council, 1998 

‘The Mayo Anthology 4’, edited by Michael Gorman, Mayo County Council, 1994. 

‘Force 10 in Mayo’, edited by Dermot Healy, Mayo County Council, 1991. 

‘The Mayo Anthology’, edited by Richard Murphy, Mayo County Council, 1990. 

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