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Always in fashion, leather furniture has been a part homes for thousands of years. Even the Romans used leather sofas for luxurious lounging.
AUGUST IN Galway is usually a quiet spell, arts-wise, as folk wind down or bale out after the hectic festival season. However, city arts aficionados this month can look forward to a vibrant new exhibition by Tom Mathews.
ONE OF the highlights of last year’s Galway International Arts Festival was Druid’s production of Sonya Kelly’s scintillating comedy, Furniture. A big hit with critics and audiences, it makes a welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre next month as part of a national tour.
THE IMPRESSIONISTS, the French movement that heralded the beginnings of modern art in the late 19th century, are among the world's best loved painters, whose works sell for millions of dollars.
Luan Gallery, Athlone will host the second episode of the Ask the Artist talk series with artist Tom Climent, one of the three artists exhibiting until April 27.
THE ARTIST Anne Mangan is currently exhibiting her paintings, largely inspired by the beauty of nature, as well as quaint images of the home, in the Renzo Café, Eyre Street.
THIS SUNDAY, Colours Street Theatre Company will present an exhibition of art and performance on Mainguard Street.
Look out Kilkenny and Ireland! The Guerrilla Girls are back and this time they are taking on Kilkenny Arts Office at No 76 in their own unique way!
Artist collective Mart is calling on Galway artists, working in all media and styles, to contribute and take part in The Free Art Project.
This series of works by Grainne O'Reilly is a continuation of personal memory of place, locations familiar to the artist. Moving out of interiors to environments which can include landscape and streetscape, developing the relationship between public and private spaces which is a central theme in her practice.