Banagher celebrates Culture Night
Military Manoeuvres Projected is an open-air screening of a short film created by artist, Patricia Hurl, local school children, parents and the wider community of Banagher. In 1891 artist, Richard Moynan created the painting “Military Manoeuvres” – illustrating a crowded street-scene depicting a group of children amusing themselves by pretending to be a regimental band. On Culture Night 2016, a re-imagined version of the original painting was created and documented. On Fri 22 Sept, for Culture Night 2017, a public screening of this re-enactment will take place in Banagher Town from 8-10pm.
J.J. Houghs invites you to join them for an evening of moving image with a very special screening of Patrick Hough’s And in a Thousand Years narrated by Lisa Dwan, which was commissioned by the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2017. Also on the bill is an extract of a screenplay The Barman’s Lament written and directed by Gerald Hough. And a reel of films by video artist Stephanie Hough. Screenings begin at 8.30pm on Fri 22 Sept as part of Culture Night Offaly. Free event.
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