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THE VOLVO Ocean Race will not just be about the climax to a big sporting event, as the race finale in Galway will also be a celebration of the visual arts with a number of exhibitions taking place.
NINETY NINE Percent for Art, an exhibition featuring new work by Carol Anne Connolly and Jim Ricks, opens in The Dock Shed at the Galway Docks next week.
GALWAY’S ENGAGE Studio Artists and Dublin’s Monster Truck Studios will have an artistic ‘face off’ in Vis-à-vis in The Niland Gallery, Lower Merchants Road.
“TRUTH! WHAT is that?” Pontius Pilate famously asked Jesus, and it is a question with which religion and philosophy continues to grapple.
The Truth Booth, a giant inflatable ‘speech bubble’ video booth, in which people can record their responses to the question “What is truth?” is to be launched in Galway.
OUT OF A Box is the title of this year’s 126 gallery Annual Members Show which opens on this evening at 7pm and features work by 11 artists.
Féach, the proposal for a temporary Contemporary Visual Arts Centre in Galway’s docklands, will be the subject of a public information meeting tomorrow.
Dolmens are ancient portal stone burial sites found throughout Ireland, Britain, and Brittany and are places of archaeological and spiritual importance - but are they really places to have fun?
Galway could become the location for one of Ireland’s major contemporary visual arts centres, one which would have the power to attract major international exhibitions, if a new proposal receives political and financial support in the city.
The changing nature of the Galway Docks will be examined in a new exhibition, installation, and discussion event, which begins tomorrow.