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GMIT’s Green Campus committee will host the institute's annual green open day at the Dublin Road (Galway) campus on Monday.
TREES AROUND Áras an Uachtaráin, which were felled by storms, and subsequently gifted by Uachtarán na hÉireann, Michael D Higgins, to Letterfrack GMIT, are now the subject of a new book - See The Wood From The Trees.
A student at GMIT’s National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology in Letterfrack has been selected to join an Irish team competing in WorldSkills 2017, taking place in in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from 14 to 19 October.
Tommy Carew is a designer and maker of wooden furniture and hand carved wood sculptures. Tommy recently moved to Galway with his family and has set up a studio workshop in Newcastle from where he makes handmade furniture and sculptures and runs Tommy Carew Design. Tommy’s work will feature in the annual Irish Design Works exhibition in the Niland Gallery, Merchant’s Road from July 17-30 in an annual show which highlights some of the country’s finest designers and makers.
A YOUNG couple struggle to adapt to the reality and responsibility of parenthood after the birth of their first child. This is A Break In The Clouds, a short film which premieres at the Galway Film Fleadh.
More than 50 unique furniture pieces designed and made by degree students in GMIT Letterfrack opened to the public in the campus gallery yesterday (Wednesday). The exhibition was formally opened by the newly appointed CEO of Galway 2020 Hannah Kiely.
Fianna Fáil TD Éamon Ó Cuív has welcomed the €300,000 allocation from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to upgrade stretches of the N59 between Bunnakill and Maam Cross, however he has repeated calls for the Galway County Council to ensure that improvement works at the national park near Letterfrack are undertaken.
GMIT and Teagasc, the Agriculture and Food Development Authority, have formed a new strategic partnership to develop academic and educational co-operation in areas of mutual interest.
Conamara Sea Week is a multi-disciplinary festival, celebrating the wonderful marine heritage of Conamara. The festival celebrated its 30th birthday in 2014 and has grown to be a wonderful and unique festival with something to interest all age groups. The festival will kick off with the much loved family fun day on Sunday October 23, which will include kite flying, mini boat regatta and Connemara biggest book fair which will also feature Ballinakill Active Age Traditional Craft Club will sell their work in the Ellis Hall canteen.
GALWAY BASED Swedish artist Cecilia Danell is among those exhibiting at Creative Wave, a show of work by GMIT students and graduates, running in the Galway City Museum.