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Students at NUI Galway are reaching out to residents in the county this Christmas by way of pen and paper in the spirits of solidarity and friendship.
HOW HAS theatre and traditional music developed in Galway since the 1960s? How has Galway been represented, historically, in art and literature?
Caitlín Ní Chualáin, sean-nós singer-in-residence at NUI Galway, will give a second series of sean-nós singing workshops beginning at 7pm on Tuesday, January 14, and running every second week until February 11. The workshops will take place in the seminar room at the Centre for Irish Studies, NUI Galway.
Tomás Ó Neachtain, the 2018/19 Sean-Nós Singer-in-Residence at NUI Galway, will give a series of sean-nós singing workshops beginning at 7pm on Tuesday next February 5, in the Seminar Room at the Centre for Irish Studies, NUI Galway.
NUI Galway has announced a series of movement and dance workshops led by acclaimed New York City choreographer and performance artist Maureen Fleming. The Centre for Irish Studies, in association with the O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance, will host a series of six workshops beginning Wednesday, 8 March.
NUI Galway’s oldest living alumna, Anne Byrne, née Gannon, is being honoured by her alma mater next Thursday, 3 November at 6pm with a public interview about her time spent at the University, her life in America and her music.
The second in the series of public interviews organised by the Centre for Irish Studies as part of its programme of commemoration of the 1916 Rising will feature Father Peter McVerry in conversation with Vincent Woods.
The final two lectures in the ‘Lectures in the Library’ series, curated by the Centre for Irish Studies to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising, will focus on the contribution of two Galwegians to the Irish revolution.
The fifth lecture in the Lectures in the Library series, curated by the Centre for Irish Studies to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising, will focus on Captain Jack White, one of the most unusual participants in the Irish revolution.
The Rev Richard Henebry was not shy about speaking his mind, particularly when it came to his great passion - the Irish language. Indeed he called Pádraig Pearse's Irish language stories, "the mincing of an underassistant floor-walker of a millinery shop".