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The new year means new beginnings, so now is the time to consider re-training to change career or learn a new skill. The GRETB Training Centre offers full time day, evening, and Saturday training courses and is continuously developing new options to meet the needs of learners and industry. Completing a course can offer many benefits from a personal and career perspective and can give access to new and different opportunities for the future.
GALWAY WRITER, columnist, and prize-winning playwright, Charlie Adley will host a new term of his popular Craft of Writing course in September, in the Westside Resource Centre.
Handcrafted jewellery, paper quilling artwork, baby knitwear, decoupage, ceramics and wooden crafts are just some of the stunning pieces on offer at the brand new Glass Factory Craft Village at Galway Irish Crystal.
Join Michele Fox Bell for a spooky art and craft workshop in Luan Gallery during the Halloween mid-term break.
The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) Future Makers Awards & Supports programme is now accepting online applications for 2017. With a prize fund totalling €24,500, Future Makers Awards & Supports is one of the largest prize-funded award programmes in Europe for students and emerging makers, rewarding the next generation of Irish creatives and helping them to develop a career in the craft and design industry.
GALWAY WRITER Charlie Adley’s popular Craft of Writing Course returns in April and is open to anyone who wants to improve their writing skills, from beginners to published novelists.
The annual Lackagh Apostolic work craft display and sale will take place this weekend.
Galway’s thriving arts and crafts sector will see 11 local exhibitors showcased in the biggest ever National Crafts and Design Fair at the RDS from December 2-6.
Stalls displaying the work of Galway and Indian craftspeople, ranging from food to toys to hand made gifts will be on display and for sale at this weekend's Galway Indian Community.
THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft market returns this Sunday to the Dominick Street venue, running from 1pm until 6pm, and hosting more than 20 local artists, craftspeople and designers.