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Galway native, Olwen Dawe has just been appointed President of Network Ireland for 2015. Olwen is a strategy and communications advisor, working predominantly in the economic development sector.
THIS IS the last weekend of the TULCA Festival of Visual Art in Galway city, which means there is still time to explore the wealth of creative and imaginative exhibitions on display.
TULCA 2013, Galway’s international festival of visual art opens next week, and for 14 days will host a diverse range of artistic expression and practice throughout numerous galleries and venues across the city.
THE TULCA Festival of Visual Art has made two new appointments and is seeking submissions for its 2013 festival which runs from November 8 to 24.
Galway Pro-Choice is set to hold a march demanding the repeal of the State’s Constitutional ban on abortion and calling on the Government’s proposed X-Case legislation to “fully respect the rights of women”.
Aside from the Vintners’ Association of Ireland, which welcomed the 2011 Budget announced this week, which did not impose any increases on the price of alcohol, reaction to the budget from most other sectors has been swift and largely condemnatory this week.
The great, the good and the ordinary people of Galway packed into GMIT’s largest lecture theatre last Friday to take the first steps in collective planning for the future of Galway.
The Crafts Council of Ireland (CCoI), which is headquartered in Kilkenny, has announced the establishment of a new fund to assist the development of high-quality, independent exhibitions run by curators, individuals, and groups, including CCoI Guilds, Associations, Networks & Societies (GANS).
Hanna’s House, the feminist peace building organisation, is holding a seminar entitled ‘Women’s right to security in the home, locally and globally’ on June 12 in the Menlo Park Hotel.