Search Results for 'Galway City Museum'

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Take a walk around 17th century Galway?

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There are buildings, streets, and ruins surviving from Galway’s Elizabethan heyday in the 1600s, but it is still difficult to imagine what the entire city would have looked like then.

Exhibition explores tragic story of An Spidéal WWI soldier

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With Official Ireland’s new found interest in The Great War has come much talk of the sacrifice and heroism of the Irish soldiers who fought in the trenches between 1914-1918.

Fringe festival exhibitions

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THE GALWAY Fringe continues into this weekend so there is still time to check out a number of the visual arts exhibitions taking place as part of the festival.

Palestinian artists exhibit at Galway City Museum

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“THIS EXHIBITION is a very important artistic event through which we hope to provide an authentic picture of cultural life in Gaza.”

Music On The Water

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MUSIC ON The Water is an art exhibition, a concert, and a public talk, all talking place in the Galway City Museum.

Drama summer camp at City Museum

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A DRAMA summer camp for those aged between 11 and 14, takes place at the Galway City Museum.

Elderly volunteers wanted for city museum

The Galway City Museum is looking for elderly people to volunteer as tour guides, to participate in museum-led projects, to facilitate workshops within the museum, and assist with museum activities.

Public lectures on Yeats and Joyce

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JAMES JOYCE the playwright and the writers who influenced WB Yeats will be the subject of two public lectures from Prof Brian Arkins.

Macnas seeks donations for 2014 parade

Macnas is already preparing for its Halloween parade and will launch details of the event on Thursday June 19 in the Galway City Museum’s Kitchen café.

Galway International Arts Festival 2014 - what's on, who's coming

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It is no longer the Galway Arts Festival, it is the Galway International Arts Festival, a recognition of how the July event has grown to become one of the premiere arts events in Ireland and Europe.


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