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  • Douglas Hutton Solo Show - Exhibition

    The Scottish born Artist Douglas Hutton has exhibited both in Scotland and Ireland. He has lived and worked in Ireland for the last 34 years. His own voyage of discovery has taken him to remote parts of Ireland and his love of the elements can clearly be seen in this exhibition. 

  • Our Erne: A Talk by Richard Pierce

    Waterways Ireland, Friday October 6th 11.30am - 1 pm

    In previous years Richard Pierce has given well-received talks, to Fermanagh Live audiences, on art and photography. This year he’s back, giving us his unique take on the winding banks of Erne, illustrated with his own photographs. It will be a bit of everything, like a Lonely Planet Guide. There’ll be his angle on geography and history. Then there’ll be his anecdotes, some humorous, some touching, of his seventy three and a half years spent amongst our beloved lakes and islands. Finally, Richard will take us into the world of his own imagination, describing the elements of the Erne landscape and its inhabitants and the unique, often magical, way he sees them. Your own view of the Erne will be changed forever!!!

  • Patricia Kelly Exhibition

    Wednesday Oct 4th 6pm at Waterways Ireland

    Patricia Kelly Exhibition Wednesday Oct 4th 6pm at Waterways Ireland Exhibition continues to Oct 31st 2017


    • 08,09,11,13 Fermanagh District Council Residency Award
    • 08,09,11,13 Residency, Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Co. Monaghan
    • 11 Selected- Artwork for the New Acute Hospital, Enniskillen
    • 09 ACNI SIAP support for individual artist Award
    • 88 Diploma in Art Education, University of Ulster
    • 86 BA Honours Textile/ Embroidery, University of Ulster
  • Thread softly through Memories

    Fermanagh Live Arts Festival 2017 proudly presents Thread softly through Memories a solo exhibition on fri sept 8th at 7.30pm in The Jolly Sandwich Bar, Enniskillen

Words From Our Sponsors

Evelyn Hassard of Crannog Antiques says, ‘I am delighted to give my support to music events at the Fermanagh Live Arts Festival because I love Classical music and want to help bring as much as possible to as many people as possible’.


CavanaghKelly are delighted to sponsor Fermanagh Live Arts Festival. The Festival of Live Entertainment and Visuals Arts is a great opportunity for the local community to get a taste of our home-grown artists through this programme of innovative, vibrant and contemporary events.”


Fuels & Lubricants are happy to be associated with the Fermanagh Live Arts Festival in sponsoring Melisma in this year’s festival. It is a positive way of encouraging the promotion of local talent and enabling local audiences to see arts that they might not get the opportunity to see otherwise.