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THE CONFINEMENTS of the lockdowns and the severe limits on travel have restricted us all to our own localities, and for many that means passing by the same places, the same objects, and the same sights.
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Curiosity (the shop) in Westport kept the good side out during the trying times of 2020 to still raise funds for a number of local groups and charities, despite their doors being closed for long periods.
IT IS said everyone has a book in them, or perhaps a poem, or a short story. Whichever it may be, if getting it onto paper is your ambition for 2021, then a new series of classes will help.
Business to Arts is calling for Galway nominations for the annual Business to Arts Awards which champion businesses, artists and arts organisations across the country that work together in areas such as sponsorship, commissioning and CSR programmes, which involve creativity in the community and in the workplace.
CREATIVITY IS often a solitary pursuit, but the title of this new exhibition also reflects how, despite the recent Lockdown, many artists remained creative despite the imposed 'solitude' Lockdown and social distancing demanded.
Having been cossetted by COVID-19, Ballinasloe Town Band returned to making music in the recent past with the hosting of outdoor recitals in St Michaels Square each Saturday during July at 12 noon.
I have always tried to look at various solutions to a problem in my time as an Independent TD for Galway West — there’s rarely just one answer to a question.
ANYONE WHOSE New Year resolutions include finally getting around to writing that poem, short story, or novel, should check out a new series of classes in the Galway Arts Centre.
THE WRITERS Kevin Higgins and Susan Millar DuMars will host creative writing classes for beginner and intermediate levels, at the Galway Technical Institute in January.