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AMONG THE feast of events at next week’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature is the launch of the debut book of poems by well-known Galway writer Moya Roddy - Out Of The Ordinary, published by Salmon Poetry.
Tributes were being paid last evening to industrial and cultural visionary Dr Chris Coughlan, who died suddenly this week. Through his involvement with a variety of commercial and cultural organisations in the city, Dr Coughlan made an immense contribution to the development of Galway, spearheading most of the current plans for future-proofing the city.
TWO EXHIBITIONS, both featuring work by artists who are part of Galway's Engage Art Studios, will be on show in two locations on Dominick Street - Just Art It and the Galway Arts Centre.
Galway For Life has taken issue with the Galway Arts Centre over its hosting of a Galway Pro-Choice event in the run up the abortion referendum.
AN ALL-ages opoen mic and gigs from Galway bands Liquid Space and Oh Boland form part of Sos. #2 - the gig nights that celebrate Galway city and county's diverse and original music community.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre, Dominick Street, will hold a fundraising carnival ball next week, and is promising the event will be a "pre-Lenten Bacchanalian celebration of life".
POLYMORPHISM - A state of existing in multiple forms at once. The term is both the title and the theme of a new exhibition at the Galway Arts Centre from its youth collective Red Bird.
In 1881, Father Lally was made parish priest of Rahoon. At the time the parish was served by two churches, Bushypark and Barna, Dr McEvilly, Bishop of Galway was appointed as Archbishop of Tuam, and Father Lally was made Vicar Capitular of the Diocese in the interregnum until the appointment of a successor to Dr McEvilly. Dr McEvilly was aware that the very large parish of Rahoon had no central church so he gave Fr Lally money to start the process of erecting a new church beside the Presentation Convent. Fr Lally collected the funds and employed direct labour to build the church. The foundation stone of St Joseph’s was laid on April 22, 1882, and the church was consecrated on February 7, 1886.
HOW AN individual's body is treated by the State, as well as by corporate, medical and pharmaceutical institutions, is the theme of a new exhibition, about to open at the Galway Arts Centre.
SOS, A new gig night celebrating Galway city and county's diverse original music community, will be launched on Saturday January 20 at 7pm at Nuns Island Theatre.