To mark Triskel Arts Centre's 40th year, the British Council and the centre are delighted to announce a special partnership.
Over the course of four decades, the Centre has enjoyed a wealth of UK programming and partnerships across all art forms and, now more than ever, wishes to celebrate these valuable, lasting artistic collaborations between the UK and Cork.
Following on from these celebrationas as part of Triskel’s remarkable milestone year, 2018–19 will also provide an opportunity for the British Council and Triskel Arts Centre to further strengthen their partnership, developing a number of projects that will demonstrate the continuing strength and importance of UK-Irish bilateral cultural relations.
Mags Walsh, British Council’s director in Ireland, spoke with the Irish Examiner about how the Council aims to cultivate cultural connections and educational opportunities. You can read her interview here.
The launch of the partnership took place on Sunday 25 November with a reception in Triskel Arts Centre, followed by a concert by renowned British composter, Gavin Bryars and his Ensembe.