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TWO FILMS, made almost a century apart, as well as talks on HP Lovecraft and press cartoons in Ireland after 1916, will make up the La Nuit des idées/Night of Ideas 2019 event at NUI Galway.
The First World War was a devastating conflict, but how did artists at the time use cartoons to tell the story? An international conference held at NUI Galway will explore this question, discussing the impact of cartoons in Ireland and Europe during the war. The conference will take place in the University’s Moore Institute this Saturday, November 10 in association with the 2018 Galway Cartoon Festival.
TG4’s callout for new weather presenters earlier this year attracted interest from all over the country and highlighted the breadth of talented Irish language speakers from all areas.
THE SIXTH Féile na bhFlaitheartach, the annual celebration of the work of two of Ireland's finest writers - Liam and Tom O'Flaherty - takes place on Inis Mór, The Aran Islands, on Saturday August 25 and Sunday 26.
=Luan Gallery will introduce Dr Kirstie North in the second installment of its 'Lunchtime Curator Response' series, which will take place on Saturday, May 12, at 2pm.
The campus at NUI Galway is to become the testbed for driverless cars, it was confirmed yesterday (Wednesday) when researchers from the Lero SFI Research Centre at the university signed an autonomous vehicles R&D partnership with Valeo, the major automotive supplier headquartered in Paris.
Claremorris native and author Elizabeth Reapy has won the €10,000 Rooney Prize for Irish Literature 2017 for her debut novel Red Dirt. Red Dirt was published in June 2016 by Head of Zeus. The story takes place in Australia, telling the tales of three young Irish migrants escaping the collapsing economy at home. Surrounded by cheap drink and drugs, they make dangerous and impulsive choices — finding themselves in unfathomable situations.
A group of students and staff from James Madison University, Virginia, USA, are due to arrive in Mayo today, Friday June 9 to take part in a summer study programme in collaboration with Lifelong Learning at GMIT Mayo, UCC and Waterways Ireland. The US group of three faculty members and 14 students majoring in biology, theatre and communications, are researching the cultural and environmental impact of water on our lives. As part of their studies and research they will take part in field trips and excursions right across Mayo in collaboration with staff on GMIT Outdoor Education degree programmes and the Lifelong Learning Department.
Buccaneers’ unbeaten run came to an end at The Mardyke on Saturday where a massively committed University College Cork edged this compelling Division 1B encounter by the minimum on a 13-12 scoreline.
Buccaneers continue their quest for promotion travelling south to The Mardyke in Cork where they take on University College Cork as the Ulster Bank League enters the final straight.