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Mayo GAA held its first physical County Board meeting since March this week, with meetings held in line with HSE guidelines across two sessions with club delegates in Elverys MacHale Park.
The first time Lady Gregory met John Quinn was on Sunday August 31 1902 at a Feis Ceol she had partly organised in the memory of Ó Raifteirí the poet. The occasion also marked Lady Gregory’s first steps into the Celtic revival movement which would absorb her energies throughout her long life, and define her reputation for ever.
THE POETS Fiona Foster, Meabh Ann McCrossan, and Grace Wilentz are the featured readers at this month's Over The Edge, which takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday February 27 at 6.30pm.
“Men wanted for hazardous journey,” began Shackleton’s famous ad for crewmembers on his South Pole expedition. One Galway tech company, Ex Ordo, is looking to hire an explorer of their own. Like an Antarctic expedition, the going won’t be easy. But for the right woman or man, it could be the adventure of a lifetime.
Dr Heidi Gardner, Distinguished Fellow at Harvard Law School, will visit NUI Galway this Tuesday, March 12 to give a keynote presentation on her best-selling book “Smart Collaboration: How Professionals and Their Firms Succeed by Breaking Down Silos” which was published in 2017 by Harvard Business Press and became a Washington Post bestseller.
The Information Technology Association Galway (ITAG) is getting ready to welcome Nell Watson as one of the speakers at this year’s AtlanTec conference, which will focus on The Art of AI and Machine Learning.
Festival season in Galway is well underway with the AtlanTec Festival 2018, which runs through to 25 May. Now in its fourth year, the IT festival is organised by the IT Association Galway (ITAG). At the heart of the festival will be the international conference on 24 May, co-hosted by NUI Galway.
Winter’s Bone author and acclaimed American ‘country noir’ novelist, Daniel Woodrell; Pulitzer Prize-Winning American poet, Jorie Graham; and award winning Irish author Bernard MacLaverty, will all read at next year's Cúirt festival.
THIS SATURDAY the brilliant and inimitable Tom Green, one of the greatest comic minds in entertainment, takes centre stage at the Róisín Dubh to provide non-stop laughter and share his wonderfully cracked view of the world.
TOMMY TIERNAN and Mary Coughlan both feature in a new, Galway produced, documentary, Meetings With Ivor, about the life and work of leading Irish psychiatrist Ivor Browne, which will be screened at The Eye Cinema.