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Explore Galway’s Buildings in stone with the new guidebook

A new guidebook has been published by NUI Galway’s discipline of Earth and Ocean Science highlighting the wide variety of local and imported natural stone used in Galway City's buildings.

Drama summer camp at City Museum

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A DRAMA summer camp for those aged between 11 and 14, takes place at the Galway City Museum.

Fisheries Tower at Wolfe Tone Bridge due for renovation

The Fisheries Tower that has long watched over Wolfe Tone Bridge is due to be repaired and re-opened in the coming months.

City museum to host Jack B Yeats exhibition

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Jack B Yeats was one of the greatest of all Irish artists, and the country’s foremost exponent of Expressionism, and 20 of his works, covering all areas of his career, will soon be on display in the Galway City Museum.

City museum seeks old maritime photos for exhibition

Galwegians who have any old photos relating to maritime pursuits and seafaring are being sought to help put together a new exhibition for the Galway City Museum.

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.

John Walsh on a life of writing and crossing borders

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THIS SATURDAY at 1pm, the Galway City Museum hosts the launch of Border Lines, the debut collection of short stories by poet, publisher, and singer/songwriter John Walsh.

City museum to get major makeover

The Galway City Museum will be getting a floor-by-floor makeover of all its exhibition spaces, in advance of a major loan of artefacts from the National Museum of Ireland.

City museum to host launch of Afro Renaissance Annual Festival

Galway’s immigrant communities will show how much a part of Galway life they have become when they contribute stories and photographs to the Galway City Museum archives.

‘2040 -a Galway odyssey’ — Symposium to look at city’s future

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A day long symposium will be held in GMIT on Friday November 5 to create public debate on a vision for Galway for the next generation. Organised by the Galway 2040 Initiative it is led by Paul Shelly and Rory O’Connor, Jim Fennell (GMIT & Marine Institute), Professor Kevin Leyden (NUIG CISC) and Michael Coyle (Galway Chamber).

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