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SILENT MOVES, a film inspired by the silent comedies of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and Harold Lloyd, and starring actors with intellectual disabilities, will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.
The film Silent Moves, which received national acclaim following its launch last November, is being screened this evening and next Friday at Ballina Arts Centre.
ONE VENUE, the Galway Arts Centre, will host the work of four artists - Aideen Barry, Alan Butler, Maeve Clancy, Oonagh Young, and Sam Keogh - in an exhibition entitled Nine.
2014 promises to be an exciting year for Galway Arts Centre’s visual art programme. Despite funding cuts to the arts for five consecutive years, the Dominick Street gallery is still working with a superb mix of Irish and international artists in solo and group exhibitions. The visual art education programme is also reaching new levels with major projects for young people and older people in 2014.
THE GALWAY University Hospitals Arts Trust will hold a charity auction in the Rowing Club on Friday October 21 to raise funds for its arts programme.
The first event in the Connect professional development programme gives artists the unique opportunity to find out exactly what happens in a public art judging panel and experience examples of artists’ applications, by becoming a panel member of a public art selection process.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre will open two new exhibitions tomorrow evening - one is a solo show while the other is group exhibition.
An expert panel will provide information on portfolio preparation for young people wishing to go to art college, on November 19 in Custom House Studio, Westport.
Féach, the proposal for a temporary Contemporary Visual Arts Centre in Galway’s docklands, will be the subject of a public information meeting tomorrow.
The changing nature of the Galway Docks will be examined in a new exhibition, installation, and discussion event, which begins tomorrow.