Search Results for 'Alice Maher'

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‘I wasn’t ever going to write a novel along familiar lines’

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GALWAY WRITER Claire-Louise Bennett will launch her debut collection of short stories, Pond, this Saturday at the Hotel Meyrick, as part of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature.

Alice Maher to launch Reservoir in Westport

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One of Ireland’s most respected contemporary artists, Alice Maher, is to launch a new collection of never-before-seen sketchbooks and notebooks that span her entire career, on Thursday, November 13.

The weekend in Mayo

Public art, blues and rock, the Hiker Lacey, a craft fair, a traditional seisiún and lots of Easter activities around the county this weekend.

Pretty Pictures @ The Kenny Gallery

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PRETTY PICTURES is the title of a new exhibition by Dean Kelly and Shane Crotty which opens tomorrow at 6pm in The Kenny Gallery in the Liosbán Retail Park, Tuam Road.

City museum to launch two new exhibitions

Female artists and contemporary artists will be celebrated in two new exhibitions which will be opened next week in the Galway City Museum.

Christmas presents from Galway Arts Centre

The Galway Arts Centre has Christmas gift vouchers available for its New Year evening classes in life drawing, painting, photography, acting, creative writing, and children’s art classes.

Greenfields too strong for Athlone

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Reviews: Galway Arts Festival week two

SHAKESPEARE, DINOSAURS, hip hop and butoh dancers were among the myriad attractions on offer during week two of the Galway Arts Festival.

Exploring the ‘Wilde West’ with The Devil’s Spine Band

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ONE OF the most memorable shows of the 2007 Galway Arts Festival was Featherhead Productions’ Slat, an astonishing piece of dance theatre/performance art initially conceived by composer Trevor Knight, featuring design by artist Alice Maher, and the amazing Japanese butoh dancer Maki Wantanabe.

Life is absurd - but let’s get involved

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This year’s Galway Arts festival succeeds yet again in giving some insight into the minds of remarkable artists whose personal magic interprets our world. These include international journalists Niall O’Dowd, John Lancaster, several writers including Bret Easton Ellis, and the renowned theatre and opera director Sir Peter Hall. On Saturday afternoon, the playwright and poet Frank McGuinness teased out some paths through the labyrinthine mind of Ireland’s leading painter Brian Bourke.

 

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