Unfortunately this event has had to be postponed due to current COVID-19 restrictions. Rescheduled dates for the event will be announced as soon as possible.
In 1975, world renowned sculptor Richard Long created “A Circle in Ireland” on Doolin Point, County Clare. Over the years the stone circle has fallen into disrepair. Burren College of Art students and staff are collaborating with Clare Arts Office and Galway 2020 to restore the circle during a performative event happing at the site on 31 October. The performance will take the form of a ceremonial group restoration on the elemental, karst limestone coast line near Doolin Pier.
Those attending will gather at Doolin Pier car park at 1:30 pm. It is advised to bring warm, rain-proof clothing. Be aware some of the terrain is quite unstable and may not suitable for small children or those with difficulty walking and climbing.
Kindly supported by Galway 2020, Clare County Council and the Burren College of Art.
This is a free event but booking is essential, limited tickets available.
Further information and booking HERE