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Pam Dolan, born and reared in Crossmolina, Co Mayo, is a contemporary visual artist, living and working in Galway. Having graduated with distinction from GMIT in 1987, Pam’s work was chosen, and she was invited to exhibit in Australia as part of their Bicentennial celebrations and she spent two years there exhibiting, working and travelling.
REFLECT REFRACT is the latest exhibition from artist/animator Patrick F Rogers, which deals with "human anatomy and the space in which it occupies". It is running in the Rezo Café on Eyre Street.
Two Galway students, PJ Mongan and Ian Mc Donagh, from Scholars Den’, an Outreach/Homework Club co-funded by GRETB & GCC were chosen to represent the voice of a new generation of young Travellers at a recently held exhibition in The Museum of Country Life in Turlough in Mayo.
DAVID MCLOUGHLIN, the Galway based animator and illustrator, specialising in character design and visual storytelling, is currently exhibiting a selection of his works at the Renzo Café, Eyre Street.
Fiona Concannon Artist and Martina Furlong Artist, are delighted to announce that they are taking part in this years London St Patrick's Festival, hosted by the London Government, on Sunday the 19th of March, from 12 p.m to 5.45p.m. They will have a stall at the North Terrace in Trafalgar Square, in front of the National Gallery, where they will have a wide selection of their paintings and Limited Edition Prints for sale.
Fiona Concannon BA Hons, MFA, grew up in Spiddal, Co. Galway - an area renowned for it's outstanding natural beauty. Fiona left her much loved Spiddal to finesse her craft and studied Fine Art Painting at a variety of institutions, including the Limerick School of Art and Design, GMIT, Crawford College of Art and Design, The University of Ulster ad The National College of Art and Design.
FRANK O'SULLIVAN, from Effin in County Limerick, is the latest artist to exhibit at the Town Hall bar, which curator Margaret Nolan has transformed into a congenial and busy little gallery space.
NUI Galway students are learning about their rights as workers this week as part of a three day campaign being run at the university.
THE FIRST Zombie Beauty Salon to open in Galway will take place this month as part of a series of Halloweeen events and classes, including costume making and pumpkin carving, taking place at the Galway Arts Centre.