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The Galway City Council has been given the green light for the pay out of arts grants totalling €425,000.
Today marks the launch of the 24th annual Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, with young Galway audiences set to enjoy two weeks of music, theatre, dance, art, and a wild ride of fun for the imagination.
GALWAY ARTS Centre is offering aspiring poets a choice of three online poetry workshops, starting in September, and facilitated by the poet Kevin Higgins.
Artist collective Theatre57 is open for membership for the month of August. The collective accepts new and old members who identify as performers, producers, directors, designers, technicians, playwrights, and anyone pursuing a career in professional theatre outside of a regularly funded organisation. Members must be making theatre in Galway city or county.
THE QUIET tensions existing through and between bodies and objects, is a major theme of Liminal Entities, a new group exhibition at the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street.
Right now, we should all be getting ready to enjoy the final weekend of the 2020 Galway International Arts Festival. The arts festival has grown from tiny beginnings in 1977, when a few students at UCG - as NUI Galway was then known - who had no money, still had big ideas, energy, and enthusiasm.
FOUR GALWAY artists - Little John Nee, Róisín Stack, Bernadette Divilly, and James Riordan - have been awarded Arts Council Residencies for 2020 - 2021.
Fred Johnston, poet, author, critic
Gugai - Róisín Dubh music promoter and founder of Strange Brew Records, chooses Foucault’s Pendulum by Umberto Eco
THE QUIET tensions existing through and between bodies and objects, is a major theme of Liminal Entities, a new group exhibition currently running at the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street.