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LEFT-FIELD folk, Bluegrass, and Americana, will all be heard in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh when Laura Mulcahy, Wilde Ida, and Rivers & Crows play the next Mná Mná Music night this Thursday [May 21] at 8.30pm.
Máire and Seán Stafford were a touchstone of Irish language culture in this city for more than 60 years. They each had many and different talents and, when they were together, they made a formidable team. They were always together. It took him a whole three weeks after he met her to ask her to marry him. They kept Conradh na Gaeilge going for years, they kept Feis Ceoil an Iarthar going for years, they kept Féile Drámaíochta na Scoil going for years, they were the mainstay of An Taibhdhearc from 1950 for many years, their contribution to the quality of life in Galway was immense. They also reared a very talented family, many of whom were on the stage for the first time while still in their mother’s womb.
The film Silent Moves, which received national acclaim following its launch last November, is being screened this evening and next Friday at Ballina Arts Centre.
Athlone Arts and Tourism are delighted to announce a new drawing course led by visual artist Lesley Wingfield. The four-week long course will begin on Saturday February 8 in Abbey Road Artists’ Studios.
SINGER, SONGWRITER, comic book creator, visual artist, and storyteller, Jeffrey Lewis is both a product of the New York counter culture and indie rock’s renaissance man.
“It’s hard to believe I’ve been answering questions about this book for two years,” muses author Anakana Schofield, speaking from her Vancouver home.
Ballinasloe-based professional artist collective, Group 8, launch their fifth annual exhibition of art and writing, After Garbally, tonight, Friday March 14 at 7pm in The Regency Room in Hayden’s Hotel, Ballinasloe. The exhibition will take place between March 14-17, daily from 11am-6pm, including Saint Patrick’s Day.
An arts project from Athlone has been shortlisted for an Epic Award for its work in the community.
The Custom House Studios in Westport are pleased to present The Vanishing Present, a new exhibition by Sarah Stevens which was opened recently and will run until Sunday, February 9. The Vanishing Present is an art project that documents abandoned spaces and their possessions. Artist Sarah Stevens uses photography, sculpture, and drawing to record homes, schools, hotels, train stations, factories, and other empty spaces. These beautiful, decaying museums lie forgotten in every community in Ireland. Some are a consequence of the financial collapse, but many more have been around for longer.