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An exhibition of work by artist and AIT lecturer, Margo McNulty, will open at Roscommon Arts Centre on November 19. The exhibition, entitled Imprint, presents a body of work that has been created over the last four years and has been exhibited in part in Cologne, Paris, Louvain, and Poland.
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) and the Midlands Simon Community have partnered to offer a graduate intern programme to social care graduates from the institute.
A third-level lecturer who resigned from Athlone Institute of Technology after breaching his contract by working in two colleges at the same time looks set to receive pensions from both of the schools when he reaches retirement age, it was revealed yesterday evening (Thursday).
Four hundred past pupils braved the floods in East Galway last weekend to attend the launch of the remarkable 600-page full-colour book marking the centenary of the Presentation Sisters’ arrival in Athenry, and their educational contribution to the town and the wider area.
FOR 28 years The Berlin Wall stood as a symbol of the divided Germany and a Europe, indeed world, divided along ideological, military, and economic lines.
A group of talented textile and ceramic artists who recently graduated from GMIT have joined forces to set up a new art studio enterprise in Galway city.
The House Hotel has welcomed a new executive head chef, Padraic Casserly. The 30-year-old is a Galway native from Mervue with a passion for traditional Irish cooking using fresh, local ingredients. Known for his creativity and professionalism, he has been cooking professionally for 15 years and has already received enthusiastic reviews for his food.
NUI Galway’s Free Legal Advice Centre, run in conjunction with the NUIG Law Society, will be launched on Monday January 18.
THE ACTING For Screen workshop with actor, agent, and lecturer Shane Munro, returns to Galway next month.