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John Crowley, Social Democrat Candidate for Galway City West, is proposing that Galway City and County Councils follow the good example of Dublin Councils in installing water fountains and filling stations throughout Galway, which would encourage re-use and re-filling of water bottles and provide free and safe drinking water to the public.
Mayo is set to host a new international arts programme following a successful EU bid for €200,000. Mayo County Council arts office’s, public art programme, working with project partners in UK and Spain, has secured the funding from the education, audio-visual and culture executive of the European Commission towards the contemporary visual and digital arts programme Changing Tracks, part of the European Union’s culture programme 2007 to 2013. In total, 476 applications were submitted from across Europe, with 114 selected for funding.
The absence of any prominent public artwork on the Seamus Quirke Road raises questions over whether the Galway City Council applied for money for such work under the Per Cent for Art Scheme.
A new public art installation at Knocknacarra National School will be unveiled by the Minister of State for Training and Skills tomorrow at 9.30am.
THE TULCA festival, which begins today, will feature a range of workshops looking at issues like artist collectives, planning and local government, and a public art clinic.
County Galway artist Ceara Conway is seeking to raise more funds for a three month residency she will soon take part in in Los Angeles.
The first event in the Connect professional development programme gives artists the unique opportunity to find out exactly what happens in a public art judging panel and experience examples of artists’ applications, by becoming a panel member of a public art selection process.
Mayo County Council received an overwhelming response to the call for submissions for the public art programme Landmark in Castlebar. Seven artists have been selected for a range of artwork commissions which all focus on the Lough Lannagh area of Castlebar.
What better way to celebrate the solstice than by viewing an exciting temporary once off installation of artwork with refreshments and some music. If this sounds good, go to Aughagower on Saturday June 19 from 9.30pm in the community hall.
A contemporary piece of art commissioned by a government scheme is to be installed on an embankment on the N5 Charlestown by-pass.