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Through a Swedish Lens: Images of early twentieth-century Irish life

This new exhibition, on loan from the National Folklore Collection in University College Dublin, features photographs taken by a number of Swedes who visited Ireland in the early decades of the 20th century.

Public meeting on contemporary visual arts centre for Galway

Féach, the proposal for a temporary Contemporary Visual Arts Centre in Galway’s docklands, will be the subject of a public information meeting tomorrow.

Arts week comes alive at Kilkenny Art Café

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August brings art to the fore in Kilkenny and one of the city’s newest exhibition spaces, the Kilkenny Art Café will be awash with the works of some of the country’s leading visual artists.

Charles Harper exhibition to launch this weekend

New Work by artist Charles Harper is the latest exhibition to be opened next weekend at The Russell Gallery, a dedicated fine art space in New Quay, Co Clare. The launch will take place on Saturday June 19 from 4pm to 6pm. There will be a wine reception and Harper will present his latest effort, an exquisite collection of 24 small watercolour pieces.

Exhibition of selected works from the collection of Limerick City Gallery of Art

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An exhibition of selected works from the collection of Limerick City Gallery of Art opens on Saturday November 8 at Roscommon Arts Centre. The exhibition which can be viewed during box office opening hours continues until December 13.

Mayo graduate is Best in Show

The work of an art graduate from County Mayo has been on display at the Best in Show exhibition in the Digital Hub in Dublin all this week.

Galway Arts Centre’s 2009 exhibitions

THE GALWAY Arts Centre will continue to bring Galwegians challenging artworks and exhibitions throughout 2009 and its spring programme will focus on solo exhibitions by Irish and other northern European artists.

Galway Arts Centre’s 2009 exhibitions

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THE GALWAY Arts Centre will continue to bring Galwegians challenging artworks and exhibitions throughout 2009 and its spring programme will focus on solo exhibitions by Irish and other northern European artists.

Seamus Heaney launches Yeats Passport Trail

Fáilte Ireland officially launched its newly-revitalised Yeats Passport Trail — which takes in three sites in south Galway — at an event at Sligo City Hall this week. The event coincided with the 70th anniversary of the death of William Butler Yeats on January 28 1939. The trail was officially launched by another Nobel laureate, the renowned poet Seamus Heaney.

Guided tour of Jack B Yeats and the West of Ireland at Ballina Arts Centre

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Guided tour of Jack B Yeats and the West of Ireland at Ballina Arts Centre

 

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