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Prints by one of Ireland’s most renowned artists, Pauline Bewick, will be auctioned for charity on Sunday December 9 at 3pm in the Pillo Hotel, Headford Point, Headford Road.
An exhibition of artworks by leading contemporary artists to raise funds for Michael D Higgins’ presidential campaign continues in Galway until Saturday October 15 at 6pm. .
The Kenny Bookshop was founded in 1940 by Des and Maureen Kenny in the family home in High Street but nobody envisaged that 70 years later the family business would still be going stong and be a recognised ‘brand name’ across the globe.
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.
WHILE OUT for a walk, a poet is accosted by a giant hag and hauled before the court of Queen Aoibheal, where he is condemned for being unmarried and Irish men and priests are given the thumbs down not satisfying the sexual needs of the women of Ireland.
“I AM impressed with the graphic skills as per usual, and also by the expressive power of the imagery. The work is strong, being both subtle yet positive at the same time.”
Two of Westmeath’s highest profile women - Deputy Mary O’Rourke (Athlone) and Patricia Callan (Mullingar) - are amongst those profiled in Ellen Gunning's new book Capital Women of Influence.
Kenny’s will celebrate a major milestone in 2010 as is the family’s 70th year in business and the world famous bookshop and gallery has a number of events planned to mark the occasion.