Skibbereen FeelGood Festival

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Fringe Workshops


27/07/2019 13:00 - 16:00
28/07/2019 11:00 - 00:00


Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre




Welcome to the festival within a festival! 

Skibbereen FeelGood Festival is 2 days all about community, participation, connection, engagement, slowing down, having fun and feeling good!

We will unite and engage in a series of cultural activities. FeelGood promotes and celebrates community wellbeing while linking with many ongoing resources in our town. 

This year we invite you to explore your voice, connections with others through the voice, and to explore and connect with key environments in our community that provide centres for personal and communal development.

Absolute beginners are welcome to all FeelGood events.

 Thank you to 49 North Street, Uillinn and Skibbereen Community and Family Resource Centre for support in developing this festival.

Kindly supported by Cork County Council Arts Office 

“The Human Voice is the most perfect instrument of all” –Arvo Pärt 



49 North Street – creating alchemy in the Mental Health Services

49 North Street aims to create a space, a melting pot whereby learning, therapeutic activities, creative expression and diversity can flourish. It’s about taking risks and building upon people’s strengths, working together to create a community where recovery and wellbeing thrive. 

Current projects include Fite Fuaite Pop Up Gaeltacht, Gamelan Spréacha Geala, Mindful Movement, Open Door, The Claddagh Rogues, Bantry Community Choir, The Happiness Ensemble, Happy Feet Walking Group, Growing Together (formerly Incredible Edibles) Gardening GroupEalaíon Art Group, Recovery Stories, The Seisiún Poets and more.

49 North Street is a Cork Mental Health Services initiative. Programming is kindly supported by Cork ETB. 

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Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre is an arts facility that creates opportunities for the people of West Cork to have access to, and engagement with local and global arts practice of excellence. We are committed to creating opportunities for the people of West Cork to have access to, and engagement with local arts practice of excellence and enhancing the skills and capacity of the local arts sector.

WCAC provides a unique and enriching opportunity to experience and work with real artworks and live artists is explored through many of its participatory programmes at the Centre in Skibbereen and throughout the West Cork region. Our Artists' Residency programme (visual art, literature and dance studios) offers opportunities to artists locally, nationally and internationally to investigate and create new work, engage with other artists and the public. West Cork Arts Centre places inclusivity at the heart of its activities with a wide range of arts workshops, community-based projects, film screenings, seminars, talks and gallery tours on offer throughout the yearwelcoming all to visit and take part. Exhibitions and many events throughout the year are free of charge.

Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre is funded by the Arts Council, Cork County Council and Cork Kerry Community Healthcare 

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Skibbereen Community and Family Resource Centre

 Skibbereen Community and Family Resource Centre is a community and family support service serving Skibbereen town and the surrounding areas located at 63B Townshend Street, Skibbereen.. The service provides group classes  (e.g. Sewing Class, Baby and Toddler group, Swing Dancing Class) and programmes for all age groups, one to one support for families and individuals and operates a drop in service in Skibbereen.