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Luan Gallery is delighted to present 'Elevate', an exhibition celebrating contemporary Irish art from the last decade, drawn from the Arts Council of Ireland Collection 2008-2018.
THE LIVES of Irish emigrants to Britain in the 1950s and 1960s will be explored in the new exhibition by Bernard Canavan, which opens tomorrow in the Kenny Gallery in the Liosbán Industrial Estate.
Luan Gallery is delighted to present the work of two renowned Irish artists - Marie Hanlon and Bernadette Kiely - concurrently for the months of February and March 2018.
Luan Gallery will present the work of two renowned Irish artists, Marie Hanlon and Bernadette Kiely, for the months of February and March.
Margaretta D’Arcy has donated her papers and those of her late husband and playwright John Arden to NUI Galway. The archive throws new light on two pivotal but under-researched figures of 20th and 21st century Irish and British theatre and also features strongly the activism of both Arden and D’Arcy.
THE EMINENT Irish actor Barry McGovern, and classical guitarist Benjamin Dwyer, join forces for a special recital in Tigh Neachtains this Thursday [February 23] at 4.30pm, mixing music with the poetry and prose of Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, and Flann O’Brien.
Lullaby, an exhibition featuring the works of renowned Irish artist, Patrick Graham, opened at Luan Gallery last weekend and will continue until Friday, October 28.
Luan Gallery is delighted to announce its autumn exhibition entitled Lullaby which will feature the work of celebrated Mullingar artist Patrick Graham. The exhibition, which will include some new and previously unseen works by Graham, will launch on Saturday, August 20 at 6pm with a wine reception, to which all are welcome.
LANGUAGE IS sometimes called a tongue, and language can impress, inspire, taunt, hurt, and frighten. Given the latter power, Galway poet Rita Ann Higgins has coined a new word, 'Tongulish'.
Described as “one of the most imaginative literary novelists writing in the English language today,” John Banville will open The Lady Gregory - Yeats Autumn Gathering. Taking place at Coole Park, Gort and Thoor Ballylee, from 25-27 September, the Gathering recognises Lady Gregory’s unique influence on Irish arts and literature.