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An innovative project which is the brainchild of three Galway photographers is set to form part of the Easter Rising centenary celebrations in 2016. The 100 TO ONE Project will photograph one person with a Galway connection born in every year from 1916 to the present day.
BELL, BOOK, and Candle, Paul Deacy’s swinging-est hipster book and music emporium, was the venue recently for the launch of Songs From The Swilly Delta, the fine new album from Little John Nee and the Caledonia Highly Strung Orchestra.
There will be more than cymbals clashing on Westmeath Culture Night 2014 when an amazing variety of activities will be on offer to the public.
A night of music is being organised in memory of John Coll, Mayo’s first arts officer, who passed away in December.
Music, art, spectacle, performance and literature, and plenty of free events will make up Múscailt, NUI Galway’s annual arts festival which was launched this week.
GUH Choral Society will perform a Christmas Carol Service this Saturday December 14 at 8.00pm in Christ the King Church in Salthill in aid of Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust. GUH Arts Trust runs the west of Ireland’s leading arts and health programme as a means of improving the hospital experience for patients, visitors and staff.
Mayo County Council's Arts Office is delighted to announce the launch of Ignite! a new and innovative approach to commissioning and touring work by artists with disabilities. Ignite! Is managed through a unique partnership involving Mayo County Council Arts Office, The Arts Council/ An Chomhairle Ealaíon, Arts and Disability Ireland, Cork City Council and Galway City and County Councils.
Galway’s bid to become an UNESCO City of Film is one step closer this week after councillors gave their full approval and support for the submission.
Theatrical, creative writing, choral, and gardening events will take place in Galway during May for the Bealtaine festival, which celebrates creativity in older people.