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This year is not yet over, and 2021 is likely to remain a time of uncertainty, but with all things arts and culture, "the show must go on", and the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children has already unveiled plans for its next festival.
LISA McINERNEY, the acclaimed and award winning author of The Glorious Heresies and The Blood Miracles is the guest editor of a special Galway 2020 edition of The Stinging Fly.
On November 7, Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture youth music project, Livefeed, will host a live online event featuring young musicians and songwriters from Galway city and county. The event will be livestreamed via the Livefeed Facebook, YouTube and Twitch accounts at 7pm and available to watch after the event on YouTube. The event will also feature as part of the TRIBES Youth Arts Festival programme.
There is still time to enjoy the final days of Galway International Arts Festival’s Autumn Edition programme, which has been running in Galway city since the start of September. but which will come to a close this Saturday 26 September.
INIS ÓIRR, the smallest of the Aran Islands, and with a deep-rooted maritime culture, is the setting for the Aerial/Sparks Art Trail which takes place from September 11 to 27.
COVID-19 may have rendered Galway's summer festival season inert, but the city and its festivals are too resilient to be kept down forever, so for the first time in its 43 year history, the arts festival moves to the autumn.
Some of the team from the National Museum of Ireland have been installing a selection of artefacts found during excavations at Dún Aonghasa, Inis Mór, into the MONUMENT exhibition at Galway City Museum over the past week.
IT IS older than The Iliad and The Odyssey, and may have influenced both. It parallels stories in The Bible. It is the oldest surviving story in the world, and the world's oldest surviving piece of literature.
From next month until March 2021, more than 350 artists from Galway, and across Ireland, will take part in a seven month, reimagined, Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme.
The Galway City Museum will reopen its doors to the public on Tuesday July 21 at 10am.