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A public engagement campaign is under way as Galway bids to win the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation and the fifth Speak Out information event will take place on the Aran Islands.
A public engagement campaign is underway as Galway bids to win the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation. Following the success of the first ‘Speak Out’ held recently, a second event will take place in Galway Arts Centre, Lower Dominick Street tonight Thursday March 19. These ‘Speak Out’ events are part of a comprehensive public engagement programme taking place throughout Galway city and county over the coming months.
FLOWING BETWEEN Ireland, Spain, and the Channel Islands, and combining ancient artist forms, with modern styles, this is the new exhibition by Philip Jenkinson.
THE ARD Bia restaurant at the Spanish Arch will host an exhibition of paintings of the west coast of Ireland by José María Yagüe Manzanares.
PRINT DESIGN artist Eimearjean McCormack is currently displaying a collection of her works in the Ard Bia restaurant at Nimmo’s.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland held its Connacht awards ceremony in The Ardilaun on March 23. The awards were open to all establishments and not just associated members, thus the result is very important for all the finalists and winners. The winners were decided by a combined result of a panel of judges and direct voting by customers. The winners below will go forward for the national awards in June.
Nimmo’s, Ard Bia restaurant has been awarded The Best Casual Dining Award in Connacht from the Restaurant Association of Ireland.
ARD BIA Berlin - the German based gallery connected to Galway’s Ard Bia Restaurant and Gallery at Nimmo’s - is presenting work by Irish artists in an important art showcase in the German capital.
Parents and people interested in holistic parenting and Steiner/Waldorf education are invited to attend a workshop on Sunday at Ard Bia at Nimmo’s beside the Spanish Arch from 10am to 4pm.