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The National Gallery of Ireland will host an online journey through the centuries in Cities and Suburbs: Life, Leisure and Landscape, a new art appreciation course beginning on March 30.
Alongside preparations for re-opening its gallery space and coffee shop, the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar continues to offer arts workshops online.
It is a difficult time for our community, but life will return to normal, and now is a good time to look forward and make choices to help yourself get new skills, upskill, or re-skill and be ready for a changed landscape.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to acquire this three bedroom town house located on the outskirts of Castlebar town centre.
THE ROYAL Hibernian Academy, Dublin, is hosting, In A Landscape, an exhibition by Cecilia Danell, the Galway based Swedish artist. The show is in the RHA's Ashford Gallery throughout March and April.
WHEN THE Rubberbandits call you a "gas bastard", and Charlie Brooker declares you "made me laugh out loud”, then you know, as a comedian, you have reached an extremely high standard.
The traditional music heritage of Mayo is at the centre of an exciting three-month artist residency at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar this winter. Led by traditional musician and composer Emer Mayock, the residency celebrates traditional music in Mayo and in particular the compositions of Mayo musicians and singers from the past, present and future. The residency will result in a unique digital resource of notated songs and tunes, a CD recording, and a concert featuring Mayo’s leading lights in Traditional music on Wednesday, January 31 at the Linenhall.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre is inviting visual artists to submit up to three A5 artworks for the Dominick Street venue's A5 Art Fair which runs from December 1 to 3.
The second of Roscommon Arts Centre’s sing along series, 'Vocal Social' will take place on Thursday, October 19, and this time around they are taking their audience to the movies.
THE FOURTH Design Island Galway exhibition will present furniture pieces, lighting design, stone sculpture, ceramics, glass, artwork, and fine metalwork, designed and hand built in Ireland.