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Stunning Celtic art to grace Atrium 

The Mirror and the Maze is the title of a new exhibition of original paintings and designs by Celtic artist Mike Terrett. The show includes past work as well as new designs completed over the past two years. Mazes and labyrinths are reflected alongside intricate knots and spirals. Themes from myths and legends also appear. Featured is a stunning new painting called: ‘The Rose Labyrinth’.

Talk on medieval masterpiece in Cong

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Cong Moytura Heritage Society is to host an expert talk on one of Ireland’s foremost national treasures - the Cross of Cong - tomorrow (Saturday) at 3pm in the Crossroads Community Centre, Cong.

Music for Celts and Romans to battle to

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THE CELTS and the Romans were never bosom buddies. The Celts sacked Rome in 390 AD and Caesar conquered Gaul in the Fifties BC.

City museum to launch two new exhibitions

Female artists and contemporary artists will be celebrated in two new exhibitions which will be opened next week in the Galway City Museum.

Christmas at Turoe Farm

Turoe Farm is just 4km from Exit 16 on the M6, signposted for Bullaun (on left hand side). Turoe Farm has many wonderful facilities that can be viewed online at www.turoepetfarm.com

New discoveries about the Cross of Cong

As part of the work undertaken to prepare the Cross of Cong to travel to the Museum of Country Life at Turlough Park, it was examined by experts in the National Museum’s conservation department. As a result of their on-going work, significant new discoveries about the Cross have been made.

Cross of Cong returns to Mayo for first time in one hundred and seventy years

The National Museum is to transfer the Cross of Cong from its Kildare Street Museum of Archaeology to its Museum of Country Life in Castlebar.

 

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