ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS in the NEWS

Artists Without Walls in this week’s Irish Echo, featuring photos from AWoW’s Collaboration Night at the Cell and Charles R. Hale’s “Rise Up Singing: Women in the Labor Movement.” Photos by Vera Hoar and Cat Dwyer.  

ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS' "COLLABORATION NIGHT" at THE CELL THEATER

  Some comments from Tuesday night’s Artists Without Walls “Collaboration Night.”   “Once again I thank you for the wonderful opportunity and venue you have provided for artists to showcase their talents.” Ron Vazzano         “Stupendous experience. Oh, the memories! A special highlight of my life participating at AWoW last night.” Cynthia…

VERA HOAR'S PHOTOS from ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS' "COLLABORATION NIGHT" at THE CELL THEATER

Photos from Artists Without Walls’ “Collaboration “Night.” All photos were taken by Vera Hoar. The names appear above the photos.   Marni Rice The audience including Brendan Connellan and John Moran.   Annette Homann   Michele Cetera and Noel Lawlor Cynthia Neale     Joseph Goodrich Deni Bonet Tzila Levy, Niamh Hyland, Kathleen Frazier The…

MOLEY, OWEN AND KORO: AN ARTISTIC BLENDING OF CULTURES

  One of the objectives of Artists Without Walls (AWoW) is enabling the exchange of ideas, methods, and creative concepts by connecting people of various cultures and communities.     A few months ago, brothers from Ireland, Owen and Moley Ó Súilleabháin, teamed up with the dynamic spoken word poet from Nigeria, Koro Koroye, after meeting…

AWoW presents MARY McPARTLAN and BERTHA HOPE at NYC's ZirZamin, FRIDAY, MAY 24th

  A special and unique collaboration has begun  between the Irish Folk singer Mary McPartlan (who is in New York on a Fulbright Scholarship) and Jazz pianist Bertha Hope, one of the great exponents of the jazz idiom. Mary and Bertha, who both embrace AWoW’s multicultural approach to the arts, met when they each performed…

"SPOTLIGHT ON" OWEN AND MOLEY O SUILLEABHAIN

Who are Owen and Moley O Suilleabhain?        Owen and Moley are brothers from County Limerick and singers of varying styles, from Irish Rap to Gregorian Chant to Irish Sean Nos song.  Owen and Moley’s original songs have garnered much attention from some stellar performers. Among them are English violinist Nigel Kennedy, who…