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A weekend of dancing days

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A MUSICAL about capitalism, site-specific performances, and a symposium will form the Galway Dance Days festival which takes place tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.

Fugitive Papers @ TULCA

FUGITIVE PAPERS, an artistic research project to explore ideas about art, writing, criticism, and public reaction in Ireland, is coming to TULCA.

Galway Arts Centre – A year in review at No 47

THE 2012 visual arts programme for Galway Arts Centre proved successful in 2012, running a selection of critically acclaimed exhibitions showcasing emerging, mid-career and prolific artists, working in a variety of mediums.

TULCA — Galway’s visual arts festival opens this weekend

TULCA 2010, Galway’s international festival of visual art, takes place this month and will see more than 40 national and international artists exhibiting in eight venues and public spaces across the city.

From Galway to Mexico with TULCA

TULCA, GALWAY’S Festival of Visual Arts 2010, returns from November 6 to 21 and will present work by more than 40 national and international artists across eight venues and public spaces in Galway city.

Countdown to TULCA begins

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TULCA, GALWAY’S festival of visual arts returns from November 6 to 21 and will feature the work of more than 40 national and international artists across eight venues and public spaces in the city.

Galway businesses support ninth TULCA Festival of Visual Arts

The economic downturn has had negative affects across all sectors of society, including the arts, but the support of Galway businesses will ensure TULCA goes ahead this year.

Peter Spiers exhibition leads the line-up at Ballina Arts Centre

This exhibition of photography and video works addresses the possibilities of the image from a phenomenological position. It examines the state of the image in its relation to actuality, taking references from diverse subjects as Mikhail Bakhtin, Jacques Rancière, and Laurel and Hardy films. Usually we engage with images through a system of representation; of signs, signifiers, appropriations, referents and stand-ins. This exhibition looks to place the image in the actual, operating in the immediate. It is the image as process in operation that we are confronted with here. Using elements of humour, empathy, mimicry, and aesthetics the works on show encourage us to move on from our usual abstracted way of looking at an image, bringing it to a point where it becomes a part of our lived experience. This exhibition turns on its head our usual way of engaging with the image.

Peter Spiers exhibition leads the line-up at Ballina Arts Centre

This exhibition of photography and video works addresses the possibilities of the image from a phenomenological position. It examines the state of the image in its relation to actuality, taking references from diverse subjects as Mikhail Bakhtin, Jacques Rancière, and Laurel and Hardy films. Usually we engage with images through a system of representation; of signs, signifiers, appropriations, referents and stand-ins. This exhibition looks to place the image in the actual, operating in the immediate. It is the image as process in operation that we are confronted with here. Using elements of humour, empathy, mimicry, and aesthetics the works on show encourage us to move on from our usual abstracted way of looking at an image, bringing it to a point where it becomes a part of our lived experience. This exhibition turns on its head our usual way of engaging with the image.

Peter Spiers exhibition in the Ballina Arts Centre

This exhibition of photography and video works addresses the possibilities of the image from a phenomenological position. It examines the state of the image in its relation to actuality, taking references from such diverse subjects as Mikhail Bakhtin, Jacques Rancière and Laurel and Hardy films.

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