Hearing, seeing principles of dance

first_imgTwitter Email Advertisement WhatsApp Previous articleNo cry for this EvitaNext articleSuicide patrol gets in the picture at charity exhibition John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebookcenter_img Print Linkedin DANCE Limerick is hosting a series of talks aimed at performers and audiences interested in creating, enjoying and appreciating the art form. Talks will be held in the Daghdha Space, former church of St John of the Cross, in John’s Square and are a modest fiver to access.Next week’s talk, ‘Creating Work Outdoors’, by movement artist and researcher Sandra Reeve, is aimed at creating work in outside spaces, and audiences interested in understanding the concepts behind site specific performances.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Dr Reeve will open the discussion with some of her experiences and with examples of her own environmental performances on Tuesday February 25 at 7.30pm.For those with an interest in contemporary dance and who would like to learn more about how to appreciate and engage with  performances, Brigitte Moody, course director of the Graduate Diploma and Masters in Dance at UL, is leading the second talk. Her ‘Seeing Dance’ is on Tuesday March 4 at 7.30pm.Ms Moody’s talk will illuminate some of the seminal choreographers in dance history, as well looking at the work of Irish choreographer, John Scott, whose new work ‘Magnetic’ comes to the Daghdha Space in early April. See www.dancelimerick.ie NewsHearing, seeing principles of danceBy John Keogh – February 19, 2014 497 last_img read more

Bishop Daniel passes on

first_imgFaithLifestyleLocalNews Bishop Daniel passes on by: – August 22, 2014 Share 359 Views   no discussions Share Tweetcenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Bishop Bill Michael Daniel at the Windsor Park Stadium in November 2012 for the Meritorious Service Award (file photo)Bishop of the People’s Pentecostal Family Church (PPFC) in Goodwill, Michael Bill Daniel has died.Bishop Daniel, who had been battling cancer for some time, succumbed sometime this morning.Bishop Daniel was also the president of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies (PAWI) and president of the Dominica Evangelical Association.In 2012, he was awarded a Meritorious Service Award for his ministry to the citizenry of the Commonwealth of Dominica.Bishop Daniel started preaching the Gospel at the tender age of 14 years and was ordained to the Ministry in 1994.He served as the Lay Pastor of St. Joseph, Wotten Waven and Morne Prosper Pentecostal Churches during the period 1977 to 1978.Subsequently, he became the full time Pastor of the Cochrane Pentecostal Church for 22 years from 1979 to 2001.He had been providing ministry as Senior Pastor of the largest Evangelical Church on the Island, the People’s Pentecostal Family Church from 2001.He was also privileged to serve as follows:• Presiding Bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies Dominica District from 2000 to date.• Member of the General Council of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies from 2000 to date.• President of Dominica Association of Evangelical Churches from 2006 to date.• General Secretary of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies Dominica District from 1984 to1999Some of his achievements:-• He was instrumental in constructing a state of the art playground for the youth in the community of Stock Farm with the assistance of friends abroad and in collaboration with the People’s Pentecostal Family Church.• He established a School Feeding program in collaboration with the People’s Pentecostal Family Church for the students of the Goodwill Primary School.• He is founder and Director of the PPPF Shepherd’s Care Social Ministry which is involved in the distribution of food, clothing and providing health care services.• His ministry to the citizenry and to the Commonwealth of Dominica as a whole has been invaluable and ongoing for the past 35 years.Bishop Daniel, who touched the lives of many individuals through his ministry, has been described as “a great man who will be missed by many.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more