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Interactive art and science workshops for children will take place in Galway next week, in a collaboration between CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Medical Devices, and the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
Matthew Mitchell is a fine artist painter based in Clare and his exhibition "Age to Age - Ó Aois go hAois" will be showing in the Custom House Studios in Westport over the coming weeks.
FROM HER studio in Tuam, the artist Kathy Ross is reaching the world. Her textile work, depicting animals and the natural world, has led to her becoming a brand ambassador; a commissioned portrait artist; and rising name in arts and crafts.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “Dress how you want to be addressed”? When we get dressed every day it can be a direct reflection of how we feel, what our schedules might entail, and even reflect our personality. Did you ever notice how we might dress in darker colours in winter than we wear in spring? Well, if you think your clothes reflect you, imagine what your home décor says about you. It is true what they say, when our words fail, our interior speaks for us. Today, EZ Living Furniture sheds some light on what we are saying, or not saying, by the décor we choose to surround ourselves by.
Calls for the reinstating of temporary lighting at a 3G soccer pitch at Cappagh Park have been rejected by Galway city council officials.
Ireland’s largest free Halloween event set to unleash curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets
Macnas will Danse Macabre through the streets of Galway city during the October Bank Holiday Weekend, unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter, and one hell of a party along the way.
'HOPE TO Love Again' is the new single from Galway singer-songwriter Partland, one that draws on Glen Hansard's raw, intense, emotion, and Adele-like heartbreak.
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.
IT HAS become almost a tradition now that the Galway Film Fleadh closes with a western. Being one of my favourite genres I have no problem with that, but Never Grow Old has a lot to live up to after last year's Black 47 and 2017's An Klondike.