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It has been a difficult week. A week in which tensions have been allowed to fester. Locally and globally, listening to the news has not been pleasant.
Medtronic, one of Galway’s leading medical technology, services and solutions companies, has been announced as the official health partner of Galway 2020, European Capital of Culture.
Twenty-seven new projects have been selected for the second round of Galway 2020's Small Towns Big Ideas programme. The projects will be delivered by local community groups and artists, under the themes of language, landscape, and migration.
The transfer window was open for Galway 2020 this week as in the space of six days, the project has filled the key roles of chairman and creative director. Last evening, it was announced that experienced film producer Arthur Lappin will step into the role of chairing the board of directors; while late last week, it was revealed that the Creative Director role will be delivered by UK-based Artichoke under the leadership of Helen Marriage.
Arthur Lappin, producer of such films as In America and Some Mother's Son, and the co-producer of In The Name Of The Father, has been appointed as chair of the board of Galway 2020, "with immediate effect".
Galway 2020 has announced the appointment of Patricia Philbin as CEO of the Galway 2020 team.
The team behind Galway 2020 has vowed to strengthen the communications aspect of their project in order to develop engagement with the community.
Heated meeting hears 2020 chief ask stakeholders to focus on delivering one of world’s top cultural events
The chief executive of Galway 2020 has this week called on all the stakeholders to focus on the bigger picture and help deliver what will be one of the world’s top cultural events.
The Galway 2020 programme will be covered through Irish following a new partnership with TG4.
Questions were asked this week regarding the some €26 million yet to be sourced for events taking place as part of Galway's European Capital of Culture 2020 programme. It is understood this funding will come from Galway's local authorities, though the extent of each council's contribution has yet to be decided.