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€71,000 support for walkway in Glencorrib/Kilroe

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Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has confirmed that the Glencorrib/Kilroe community has been allocated €71,250 through his Department’s LEADER Programme.

City councillor says lighting needed on back promenade walkway

Galway City West councillor Donal Lyons has again raised with the Galway City Council the issue of the installation of public lighting along the back Promenade from Blackrock to the caravan park.

Tina Hayes original works at Luan’s Boardwalk Gallery

Luan Gallery is currently hosting a display of original works by artist Tina Hayes.

Canal cycle path extension opened

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A further section of the Royal Canal cycleway, as far as the Meath county boundary, was officially opened this week.

Closure of housing estate alleyways to battle anti-social behaviour

Galway City Council is to work with residents in three housing estates to carry out the closure of alleyways providing public rights of way in an effort to combat on-going anti-social behaviour.

Close Castle Park alleyways to stop illegal dumping says O’Flaherty

Four of the 11 alleyways in Castle Park are heavily littered with household rubbish, leading to a “foul stench” from one alleyway in particular, according to a local councillor.

Summer of exhibitions ahead at the Custom House

Alison Pilkington’s show Between One Thing and Another brings together work from the first year of her practice based PhD at National College Art and Design Dublin. The exhibition will run until June 13 at the Custom House studio. Her work is centred around how imagery in painting can be presented in such a way that viewers must reconstruct it themselves in order for it to make sense. The suspended moment before this process takes place she identifies as “the uncanny moment” that exists in certain artworks. Leading on from this she examines the various forms of artifice that an artist may employ in order to bring about a genuine emotional response. One that may jolt us from our constant distracted complacency, surrounded as we are by a rapid bombardment of imagery. She hopes that painting has unique qualities that require slow, routine, and ‘active’ looking that lead to an appreciation that has been ‘learned’ from the painting rather than merely ‘seen’.

Custom House exhibition

An exhibition of photographs, The Ball Alleys of Connacht, by Andrew Hebden is currently at the Custom House Studios Gallery, The Quay, Westport, until June 13


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