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Marja Van Kampen, mothers, and sisters

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MARJA VAN KAMPEN, the Dutch born artist, who lived in Galway for many years ands was a founder member of Artspace Studios, is currently displaying her new exhibition, Recollections in Harmony & Colour, in The Kenny Gallery.

Photo and graphic art exhibitions at Westport Custom House

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Custom House Studios are pleased to host an exhibition of drawings and photographs Men at Work By Con Mönnich and Peti Buchel, running every day until May 6, 2019.

Why are so many Irish students now opting to study in the Netherlands?

There are now more than 1,000 Irish students registered on degree programmes, taught through English, in Dutch universities. Dutch admissions officers are reporting to EUNICAS that this number is likely to be significantly higher this September.

Classical Treat At The Linenhall

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Chamber Philharmonic Europe performs a concert of Classical favourites at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday March 25 at 8pm.

€31 million approved for four-year floating offshore wind project in Belmullet

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A fund of €31 million has been approved for a four-year floating offshore wind project in Belmullet.

‘We’re going to enjoy as much of this tour as possible'

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WHITE LIES will take to the stage of the Róísín Dubh in the final 24 hours of Britain’s membership of the European Union. Even if Westminster seeks an extension, the band knows it will be little other than postponing what is a threat to the livelihoods of all touring musicians.

I won’t be using election posters for May poll, says Cubbard

A lot of debate took place recently regarding the use of election posters and the possibility of banning them ahead of the upcoming Local and European elections in May. During this debate I proposed an amendment that would see Galway City follow towns and cities in countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium and France where designated locations are more common rather than a plethora of posters taking up every lamp post and street corner in the city.

NUI Galway study finds sea lettuce can play a key role in Irish coastal ecosystems

Researchers at NUI Galway’s Ryan Institute and School of Natural Sciences have carried out a study aimed at identifying strains of seaweed which are good for aquaculture and agriculture in Ireland. The study discovered that sea lettuce, a fast growing seaweed with excellent nutritional value for animal feed and industrial uses, could return higher yields when the right strains are used. This seaweed is also responsible for green tides in Cork and Dublin.

Galway Drum Show’s all-star 'celebration of drumming'

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SOME OF the world’s finest drummers are coming to Galway for the inaugural Galway Drum Show on Sunday March 10 at the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit. The event is a day-long celebration of the art of drumming and the drumming industry and features live performances, demonstrations, exhibitors, workshops, and competitions.

Local project secures EU funding to reduce carbon emissions from our bogs

An NUI Galway project which aims to reduce carbon emissions from peatlands has secured close to €1 million in funding.

 

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