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ARTWORKS MIMICKING 12” vinyl on a record player, a man with an ever growing beard, a giraffe crossing the Salmon Weir bridge - all of these can be seen in a new exhibition in the Galway Arts Centre.
A free digital marketing event covering Lead Generation, SEO and Cloud will take place on April 23 in the Connacht Hotel from 9.30am to 1pm. This is being funded by Galway Executive Skillnet, the event will cover Lead Generation, SEO and Cloud with guest speaker and well-known social media trainer Damien Mulley.
THE CREATION of a graphic novel, from the initial idea, to storyboard stage, to the finished product, available for people to read online, forms Before You Fade Away, a new exhibition which opens this weekend in the Galway Arts Centre.
The Western Development Commission is urging people involved in the creative industries who are in need of finance to apply for the latest tranche of funding available under its micro-loan scheme.
IN THE late-noughties, many believed the album as way of presenting music was dead and that digital media would see everything reduced to individual tracks. Fast forward to 2014 and instead of abandoning the album, artists are using digital media as a new way to present and re-imagine the album format. This and the corresponding resurrection of vinyl means the album has plenty of life in it yet.
Local designer Eoin Heverin has launched a novel new business, creating beautifully printed, written, and designed children’s books that are sure to encourage more young readers to pick up a book.
He grew up loving outdoor pursuits and the natural world, despite living close to the world’s largest car manufacturing plant. He has lived in Ireland most his life, but his interest in the country was stimulated in part through British Army radio.
Cong Village in County Mayo will host the second Congregation Social and Digital Media Un-conference (www.congregation.ie) that takes place on Saturday November 29. Based on a model of peer sharing, more than 50 Irish and international social media thinkers will descend on the village to discuss digital media and its impact on life and work.
A group of Mayo’s budding young movie moguls have been honoured for their excellence in filmmaking at a colourful awards ceremony in The Helix, Dublin.
MARK LANEGAN, the American singer-songwriter, former Screaming Trees vocalist, and collaborator with The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli and former Belle and Sebastian vocalist Isobel Campbell, returns to Galway in January.