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ANGELINE COOKE, a founder member of the Irish Kidney Association, will hold an exhibition of her paintings, Looking West, in the Renzo Café, Eyre Street.
THE GALWAY Art Club, one of the longest running such clubs in Ireland, is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee - or 75 years in existence - this year.
If Galway is to keep its reputation as a city which supports the arts, it must maintain the current level of arts funding and not allow it to drop in December’s budget.
The Galway Arts Festival has become such an enormous event (in fact it is now an international event of significance), that it is a bit like the Lisbon Treaty: You can’t see all of it; and while many of us see its value to the community, there are parts of it I don’t quite like.
Mary Staunton, née Kenny, felt privileged to have been born and reared in such a beautiful place as Westport. To wake up every morning to the magnificent view of Croagh Patrick. To smell the trees, wild flowers and grass on her way to school. The sights, sounds and smells of a rural setting, surely one is forever moulded by an environment such as this.
Breege Staunton, Galway-based artist and Westport native, will hold a solo art exhibition in the Clew Bay Hotel throughout October. Well-known writer and journalist Mary Kenny will officially open the exhibition today (Friday) at 6pm.