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From De Lorean cars to a priceless Caravaggio, and from the Ardagh Chalice to a bedpan from Ballyhaunis, Irish museums have something for everyone.
As part of the fund-raising efforts for the Ballina Arts Centre Redevelopment campaign, there will be a Meet the Author Brunch in the Downhill Hotel, tomorrow (Saturday) at 12 noon.
If there was ever a time when business was business and the arts were — well, just messing around, enjoying oneself, it’s not now, and it’s certainly not in Galway.
A total of 45 sporting clubs in Galway city and county are to benefit from grants totalling €1,722,500 from the Department of Arts, Sports, and Tourism.
Only for Druid and the Galway Arts Festival, Galway city may never have become a thriving place of business with bustling streets, shops, and bars. In short, the arts are essential to a healthy economy.
Throughout September, Ballina Arts Centre will host Altered Images, an exhibition of works from the collections of South Tipperary County Council, Mayo County Council and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition included works by: Thomas Brezing, David Creedon, Alice Maher, Caroline McCarthy, and Abigail O’Brien, as well as specially commissioned works by Amanda Coogan and Daphne Wright.
Since its launch in 2006, Culture Night has grown from being a Dublin-only phenomenon to expanding this year across the country. On Friday September 25, arts and cultural organisations will throw their doors open beyond normal closing hours, and welcome visitors of all ages for a taste of free culture for one night. Ballina Arts Centre will be open until 10.30pm that night and is presenting a programme of events and activities aimed at all ages, with something for all tastes. Culture Night is an initiative co-ordinated by Temple Bar Cultural Trust and supported by the Department of Arts, Sport, and Tourism in partnership with Mayo County Council and participating venues.