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Mayo Day is a day dedicated to the celebration of the arts and culture, vibrant communities, and unquenchable spirit of County Mayo.
Several Galway libraries, including Oranmore, Ballybane, Loughrea, Tuam and Galway City libraries. have recently installed new printing, scanning and copying kiosks provided by SurfBox.
Midland Print + Graphic Design on Pearse Street has expanded its product offering on this its 12th anniversary in business.
SIX GRADUATES from the third year GMIT art and design course will exhibit a collection of prints, to celebrate the completion of their degree, in the NUI Galway quadrangle art gallery.
The 19th Galway Science & Technology Festival will culminate with its final day exhibition this Sunday 27 November at NUI Galway from 10am-6pm. World leading Galway companies, schools, colleges and research institutes will exhibit over 80 free interactive STEM demonstrations and science shows for all ages to enjoy.
Moate Library has been chosen as the first library in Westmeath to pilot the staffless library initiative.
A new library campus for the city, along with technological advances including access to ebooks and 3D printing, are among the plans set out in an ambitious five-year development plan for Galway’s library service.
3D food printing, want to see it in action? Then get your tickets fast for Ireland’s very first #FoodTech Startup Weekend! Tickets are €45 with students and unwaged getting 50 per cent off!
From now until March 12, the Aidan Heavey Public Library in Athlone is showcasing an exhibition borrowing its title from the famous line by W.B. Yeats: A Terrible Beauty is Born. This will be the first of two library exhibitions focusing on the 1916 Rising.