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A Strool thro Ulysses

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A Strool thro Ulysses

ReJoyce Marbella 2009!

Bloomsday: - 16th June 2009. A Stroll Through Ulysses. An exhibition of Joycean paintings.

Private Preview: Tuesday June 16th. Contact me for further information/location/times.

Celebrity preview/reception: June 18th. Contact me for further information/location/times.

Public exhibition of the collection at the 1st International Art Festival of Marbella, which will take place from 11am to 11pm daily, 19-21st June. Avenida del Mar, Marbella.


Bloomsday - June 16th - is an annual celebration among Joyce fans throughout the world, from Fort Lauderdale to Melbourne. It is celebrated in at least sixty countries worldwide, but nowhere so imaginatively, of course, as in Dublin. The novel, Ulysses, by James Joyce recounts the hour-by-hour events of one day in Dublin - June 16, 1904 - as an ordinary Dubliner, Leopold Bloom, wends his way through the urban landscape, the odyssey of a modern-day Ulysses.

ReJoyce Marbella 2009!

Marbella: International Arts Festival, The dream of a group of dedicated art lovers in Marbella is now a reality.

From 19-21st June, the 1st Festival Internacional de Arte Marbella (FIAMAR) will showcase the talents of some 50 artists, photographers, sculptors, ceramicists and digital artists in a colourful, crowd-pulling street festival on the Avenida del Mar. Artists will display their work in individual white tents, and the street festival is expected to draw artists and public from far and wide.

The bustling Avenida will be covered with awnings to shield the public from Marbella's heady summer sun, and a children's activity tent will be set up to encourage the creativity of the younger art lovers. A VIP inaugural cocktail party will take place on the evening of 18 June for artists, sponsors and dignitaries.

Throughout the Festival - which will take place from 11am to 11pm daily, musicians, bands, mime artists and street performers will entertain the crowds and enrich the cultural experience of the festival, which is scheduled to grow into one of the most enjoyable and successful annual events in Marbella's cultural landscape.






With kind regards,


Roger Cummiskey

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