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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.
Antiquated and now quite ridiculous nuggets of advice for ‘lady travellers’, doled out by a Victorian author, have inspired an unusual piece of public art planned for the Greenway this summer.
ONE VENUE, the Galway Arts Centre, will host the work of four artists - Aideen Barry, Alan Butler, Maeve Clancy, Oonagh Young, and Sam Keogh - in an exhibition entitled Nine.
AWAY WITH Words - brainchild of Claude Madec of the Brothers of Charity Services - is an arts project which enables people with intellectual disabilities to explore creativity through writing.
Abbey Road Artists Studios launch the first of what it hopes will be many collaborations with AIT, starting with IN ORBIT, an exhibition of works by first and second year AIT Design and Visual Communications students.
EDGAR ALLEN POE’S The Fall Of The House Of Usher imagined a dwelling place which contained a dark secret that overwhelmed and destroyed its owner.
Love your City-Love Galway, an exhibition of art by some 600 Galway children opened this week in The Galway Education Centre, Monivea Road.
The first event in the Connect professional development programme gives artists the unique opportunity to find out exactly what happens in a public art judging panel and experience examples of artists’ applications, by becoming a panel member of a public art selection process.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre will open two new exhibitions tomorrow evening - one is a solo show while the other is group exhibition.
THE GALWAY Film Centre is running a range of evening and weekend courses in animation, special effects, and how to make a short film.