Creative Donegal

Creative Donegal

Creativity is a part of Donegal life, it's in the air we breathe. We paint with our words and sing with our stories. Our landscape beats a rhythm that will make your soul dance.

Set yourself free and explore the treasure trove that awaits you. 

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Kids Crafts
Ohio students on location - Image courtesy of Sonya Paclob
Image of silver faced man in street carnival
Summer Parade - Image courtesy of Earagail Arts Festival
Letterkenny Live
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Profile

Andrew Simpson headshot

Andrew Simpson was born in Derry on the 1st January 1989.  Initially residing in Carndonagh, when Andrew was two his family moved permanently to Fahan, just outside Buncrana.  As a young boy Andrew got involved in music and theatre attending the Foyle School of Speech and Drama, taking part in... Read more.

Organisation

Picture of Donegal Design products

The Donegal Designer Makers are a network of studio based makers from all over Donegal working in a broad range of disciplines  from ceramics, fashion and textiles, furniture and product, jewellery, metalwork, batik, print and painting.

This design network was established in 2010 by... Read more.

Place

Joe Mullholland at The Laurels Cottage

Saving an Important Literary Landmark in Donegal

Late last summer when Brian Friel was seriously ill, I thought about, not only the days and nights I had enjoyed in the playwright's company in Glenties at the MacGill Summer School which Brian and his wife, Anne, attended frequently on... Read more.

Article

Ardara Weaver

Eddie Doherty from Ardara, is part of a group of quality artisans based in Donegal, who is gaining world wide reputation for his expertise in Donegal design. This is his story.

‘I have lived in Ardara since I was two years old. Ardara was always a handweaving area and when I was a child I... Read more.

Project

gloria o neill

For me, the beauty and spirit of the holiday season lies in family, and spending time with those we cherish most in our lives. The holidays also serve as a time for rekindling our connections with friends, our community, and our culture.

At Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) in Anchorage,... Read more.