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MA18 - GMIT graduates exhibition in the Connacht Printworks

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MA18, FEATURING the work of 12 visual artists and film makers, all graduates of the new MA in Creative Practice, opens tomorrow [September 21] in the Connacht Printworks Gallery, Middle Street.

Engage Art Studios exhibition

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CONVERSATIONS ON Making, an exhibition of work by members of the Engage Art Studios, opens this evening at 7pm in the studio space on the top floor of The Cathedral Building, Middle Street.

Inspiring ideas from the public in AFTERIMAGE

CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices based at NUI Galway, has teamed up with the Galway City Arts Office to launch a new Community Art-Science exhibition in Westside.

City council approves funding for arts groups

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Galway City Council has approved funding for 75 arts groups throughout the city.

Doc Gilbert to exhibit watercolours in Oughterard

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RETROSPECTIVE, AN exhibition of watercolours by Doc Gilbert, spanning the last 30 years, opens at the Oughterard Courthouse this week.

Local woman tells of surviving double tragedy in her autobiography

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A local woman, whose life was marred by tragedy but who went on to rebuild her life and make a major contribution to her community, has written her life story.

The Vikings are coming - to party, not to pillage

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The Claddagh boatmen's Bádóirí an Chladaigh Regatta 2017 will not only showcase the finest Galway hookers and gleoiteogs in the West of Ireland, but brave an invasion of two Viking longships, thereby giving this year’s event a decidedly Nordic feel.

Famous Galway faces - and who they might have been

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HE PLAYED his 300th game for Connacht Rugby last weekend, and now province captain, John Muldoon, is declared and celebrated as 'The Gladiator', in a new exhibition depicting some of the city's famous faces.

Exhibition explores attitudes to 1916 leaders

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THE 1916 leaders have been demonised and canonised, praised for helping Ireland become independent, and blamed for the Northern Troubles - which began 50 years after their death. Their life and legacy is very much contested ground.

Hard decisions in approving arts grants to ninety-three groups

A total of 93 groups across Galway are to share in €385,000 in funding this year under the Galway City Council’s Arts Grants 2016 scheme.

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