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DRAWING, FURNITURE, plans for animations, and other art and craftworks will be on display from GTI art and design students, at the Dominican sports hall, behind the Claddagh Church
THE TOWN Hall Theatre bar was the location for the recent launch of the opening of artist and animator Ciara Nolan’s debut solo show, Féar (grass), comprising prints of images from Nolan's short animated film of the same name.
"I WROTE my best, funniest sketches thanks, in no small part, to the lessons I learned from Steve Kaplan’s comedy classes. Steve breaks the fine art of comedy down…that helps the unfunny become funny, and the funny become funnier."
GALWAY TEENS interested in learning how to create animated films should check out the Galway Film Centre's Easter Animation Camp, which will be held in GMIT Cluain Mhuire, Wellpark Road.
Orange Boy Blue is the recently-published debut novel by Galway-based writer Julia Roddy, a lecturer in screenwriting at GMIT. A thoroughly absorbing read, the novel is an across-the-divide love story set in Roddy’s native Belfast. It charts the blossoming of an against-the-odds romance between teenagers - Catholic Ella and Protestant Will, an Orange Order member, which unfolds against the fraught backdrop of The Troubles.
THE JUNIOR Galway Film Fleadh, which celebrates its 21st anniversary this year, will hold workshops, including classes in animation, to inspire, educate, and entertain young Galwegians who love film.
GALWAY TEENS interested in writing and who love film are being sought by the Junior Galway Film Fleadh to enter its sixth annual Story Pitching Competition in association with Galway Film Centre and SpunOut.ie.
Galway’s very own Fíbín Theatre Company brings the exciting adventures of Ríbín and Glibín to the stage during this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, which takes place next week. Based on the characters from the hugely popular TG4 show of the same name, Saol Faoi Shráid features lots of singing and great interaction.
One of the 5k races I ran in early summer was at Galway Airport. It was one of those rare nice Tuesday nights, when almost a thousand runners ran around the edges of the runway, around and around, running one way towards Boston and then the other way towards Brussels — and when you are labouring up one length of the runway and then down the other end, you get a view of the place that only a few have ever had. Normally you were only air-side of the terminal if you were embarking and disembarking. On this evening, we all had a privileged view of a facility that was crying out to be loved again.
Pulse College has been based in Galway since 2013 and is currently offering a range of full, part-time, and six week introductory courses in games design and development from its modern and spacious city centre campus in Geata na Cathrach on the Fairgreen Road.