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Bananas, cream, and Nina Amazing

THE SECRET Is In The Banana Cream Cheese Icing is the wonderfully titled new exhibition from the Galway artist with the equally wonderful name of Nina Amazing.

Go Over The Edge for poetry

A POET, a painter, and a voracious music fan read at Over The Edge in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, on Thursday, December 16 at 6.30pm.

Thinking of a career in the creative field?

Are you thinking of pursuing a career as a film maker, musician, animator, writer, or architect? If so Mayo County Council Arts Office in partnership with the TF Royal is organising a not to be missed Creative Careers Day. The Creative Careers Day is one of the many events that make up Excel, Mayo County Council’s youth arts programme.

Family fun day launches Ballykeeffe summer events

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An arts and crafts tent encouraging children of all ages to use their creative skills was one of the main attractions as a family fun day launched the 2010 summer calendar at the Ballykeeffe Ampitheatre last week.

Bursary recipients

The recipients of the Mayo County Council Tyrone Guthrie Regional Bursary Scheme are visual artist Keith Wilson and composer Donal Sarsfield.

The Head of Red O’Brien

THEATRE, MUSIC, art installation, and storytelling will combine in a new production of Mark O’Halloran’s The Head of Red O’Brien, which will be staged in Galway next month.

How public are Galway’s public spaces?

Do public spaces really provide space for people to enjoy the city, to relax, to meet, and to hold events, or are such places not living up to their full potential?

Three new books from Galway publisher

THE GALWAY based publisher Wordonthestreet, is getting set to launch its three latest publications - two poetry collections and a book of short stories.

Achill artist honoured by President McAleese

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President of Ireland Mary McAleese presided at a ceremony last Monday to mark the election of Achill-based visual artist Camille Souter and composer Seóirse Bodley as Saoithe in Aosdána. The honour of Saoi is bestowed for singular and sustained distinction in the arts, and Monday last the President presented both artists with the symbol of the office, a gold torc. The ceremony took place at the Arts Council’s offices at 70 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, which is also the headquarters of Aosdána.

ConTempo String Quartet presents free concert

A feast for the senses of musical sounds and outstanding technique.

 

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