Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny
Regional Cultural Centre is a multi-disciplinary arts facility developed by Donegal County Council. It presents a programme of exhibitions, concerts, film, digital media and education and outreach.
The centre incorporates a first floor art gallery, an auditorium with 150 retractable seats and full cinema facilities, three multi-purpose workshops, two dedicated digital media suites, two small music rehearsal rooms and two foyer galleries. An ongoing programme of local, national and international art exhibitions is presented throughout the year.
The RCC has an extensive education and community arts programme. and is dedicated to making
the building and its services accessible to the widest possible range of people with a particular emphasis on access, cultural diversity and social inclusion, engagement, participation, education and training. The Centre organises schools’, children’s and family events including the annual Wainfest for children each October in partnership with DCC Cultural Services. Youth arts events in the RCC are organised in partnership with Donegal Youth Services, Donegal Youth Council and Donegal Travellers Project including the annual DYS Rock School each summer.
The RCC also hosts a wide range of weekly community arts activities organised by Cara House Family Resource Centre and others, and regular workshops and events held by cultural, educational, community development and health organisations throughout the year.
Jeremy Howard, General Manager
Regional Cultural Centre
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