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A SERIES of striking photographic portraits, featuring craftspeople from Kinvara, and its surrounding region, at work, is about to go on exhibition in the south Galway village.
Galway East TD Seán Canney has this week received confirmation from Minister of State for OPW and Flood Relief Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran that OPW will consider favourably any application from Galway County Council for funding to provide flood gates for properties in Kinvara village under the minor works scheme.
Situated just 2km from the popular coastal village, ‘Hazel Rock’ is a truly impressive home offering its new purchaser superb internal options in its light-filled layout.
A Kinvara based organisation which promotes positive mental health and suicide prevention will be launched on Sunday in the village. Everyone over the age of 14 is welcome to attend.
An international artist from County Tyrone, based in Kinvara County Galway, has returned this week from a six week stay in the French town of Grenay where he painted seven murals on cemetery walls with twenty four young people in a project that aims to inspire young adults who are unemployed or beginning their careers.
Kinvara area visual arts will present a screening of the documentary Sean Scully Why This Not That? (53 mins) on the evening of Friday August 25 at 8pm with doors opening at 7.30pm.
THE ART Of Nature, the Kinvara Area Visual Arts’ Annual Members Exhibition 2017, opens this weekend in the south Galway town as part of the Crinniu na mBad festival.
According to agent Shelagh McGann, Galwegians have long understood the draw of the Kinvara coastline, its waterside village, and its serene setting, and it is now established as a great place to live.
THIRTEEN IS seen by many as an unlucky number, but for a group of GMIT artists it is a very positive number as it represents their number and is the name of their new exhibition.
There appears to be something a little special about Kinvara, its village coastline, traditional pubs, and quaint buildings are very atmospheric. According to Shelagh McGann at Keane Mahony Smith, “Kinvara is fast becoming a much preferred location, the Barna of Galway’s east side if you like.”