Posts Tagged ‘Irish American Writers & Artists’

Eugene O’Neill Awards

Television host and entertainer Phil Donahue (second from left) was awarded with the Irish American Writers and Artists’ annual Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award in a dinner gala ceremony at New York City’s Manhattan Club in October. Pictured with Donahue above are IAW&A director Maria Deasy, Rosie O’Donnell, and IAW&A presenter Mark Butler. Donahue isRead more..

The Eugene O’Neill Award

Patricia Harty, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Irish America, received the prestigious Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award from Irish American Writers and Artists, Inc., on October 19, on the 30th anniversary of the founding of the magazine. Luminaries who were in attendance included journalist and writer Pete Hamill and playwright John Patrick Shanley. Hamill complimented HartyRead more..

Weekly Comment: Irish American Writers & Artists Celebrate Patricia Harty (Photos)

On Monday, October 19, Irish American Writers and Artists celebrated the Eugene O’Neill Awards at the Manhattan Club in New York, honoring Irish America co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Patricia Harty with the Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award. Scored turned up to celebrate Harty’s legacy in the Irish American community, and her 30 years as editor of this magazine,Read more..

Weekly Comment:
Editor Patricia Harty to Receive
Lifetime Achievement Award

Remembering Eugene O’Neill and Celebrating Irish American Writers and Artists and Irish America editor-in-chief Patricia Harty Founded in 2008, and operated as a non-profit organization, Irish American Writers & Artists, Inc. (IAW&A) welcomes Irish-American writers, actors, filmmakers, musicians and artists of every (and no) religion. As well as celebrating the achievements of Irish-American writers and artists,Read more..

100th Salon Celebration

Irish American Writers and Artists, Inc. (IAW&A) celebrated its 100th Manhattan Salon at the Cell Theatre on September 15 with a curated evening of readings and performances and a retrospective of IAW&A Salon photographs by Cathleen Dwyer. The brainchild of actor and writer Malachy McCourt, the Salons provide a forum for IAW&A members to present theirRead more..

Remembering Eugene O’Neill
and Celebrating Irish American
Writers and Artists

Founded in 2008, and operated as a non-profit organization, Irish American Writers & Artists, Inc. (IAW&A) welcomes Irish-American writers, actors, filmmakers, musicians and artists of every (and no) religion. As well as celebrating the achievements of Irish-American writers and artists, past and present, IAW&A’s purpose is to highlight, energize and encourage Irish Americans working inRead more..

Weekly Comment:
Keeping the Tradition Alive

“…a fine green thread binds us together…” ‪– Colin Broderick   Irish American Writers and Artists, Inc. (IAW&A) celebrated its 100th Manhattan Salon at the Cell Theatre September 15 with a curated evening of readings and performances and a retrospective of IAW&A Salon photographs by Cathleen Dwyer. Considered the brainchild of Malachy McCourt, the IAW&ARead more..