Search Results for 'Galway City Library'
67 results found.
ACTIVIST, JOURNALIST, author, social justice campaigner, and briefly a Stormont MLA, Eamonn McCann has long been an outspoken and independent voice in Irish politics and society.
PAINTINGS OF Galway, Cork, Tralee, and even Florence, will be on display in the Galway City Library, which is about to host an exhibition by the artist Michelle Doyle.
First Fortnight is Ireland’s Mental Health Arts Festival 2018 and in collaboration with Social Art Ireland showcases “Louder Than Words” an exhibition created by 3 art therapists. The exhibition reflects their own process, using art therapy. These images show personal yet universally expects of the human experience ie. anger, trauma, loss, abandonment, war. Art therapy provides us with an opportunity to explore our emotions in a safe environment with a witnessing other. A person can learn more about their blind spots, triggers and behaviour.
A BRAZILIAN woman, a Welsh woman, and an Irishman will walk into the Galway City Library next week, not in a manner that will create the opening line of a joke, but rather to read from their fiction and poetry.
Galway will mark National Polish Independence day with a series of events on Saturday and Sunday, including a celebration of the life and work of Joseph Conrad, a Polish national regarded as one of the greatest novelists to write in the English language.
THE POETS Gillian Hamill, Ursula Shields-Huemer, and Penelope Shuttle will read at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library, which also sees the launch of the new issue of Skylight 47.
NORMALLY THE Over The Edge readings at Galway City Library feature poets and prose writers, but this month's reading will be different, as it will present work by non-fiction authors Angela Nagle, Fiona Neary, and Jonathan Sugarman.
IN SEPTEMBER 1917, while fighting in Flanders during World War I, Liam O’Flaherty was seriously injured, suffering shell-shock, the trauma of which remained with him all his life.
THE WRITERS Oisín Fagan, Dara Ó Foghlu, and Paul Denby will read at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading in Galway City Library on Thursday September 28, from 6.30pm to 8pm.
GALWAY CITY As I See It, is the title of a new exhibition of artwork by Galwegian Bernard Dooley, which is currently running in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street.