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GROUP AND solo exhibitions, paintings and sculptures, will all be on show in the latest exhibitions to open in Galway city.
WHY SHOULD there be only one interpretation of a artwork - be it a painting, a play, a song, a film, a poem? By opening such works to multiple perspectives is possibly the only way art can effectively take in the diversity of human experience.
The collapse of Communism and its legacy for Eastern Europe and the implosion of the Irish economy and its ramifications for our State are two major themes which will be explored in this year’s TULCA festival.
FIELD WORK is the title of a new group exhibition - based on the experience of coming to Galway - which opens at The Niland Gallery, Lower Merchants Road, this evening at 6pm.
FORTY YEARS ago this summer, Commander David Scott conducted an experiment on the moon.
The world premiere of a new play by Enda Walsh and starring Cillian Murphy; two Shakespeare plays by the great Propeller Theatre Company; and concerts from The Vaselines, De La Soul, and The Callino Quartet are among the highlights of this year’s Galway Arts Festival.
EVERYTHING MUST Finally Fall, an exhibition featuring video works by Declan Clarke opens at The Niland Gallery, Lower Merchants Road, tonight at 6pm.
A disused, ground level space on Lower Merchants Road will not be idle for much longer as it is about to be transformed into a new art gallery.
TULCA 2010, Galway’s international festival of visual art, takes place this month and will see more than 40 national and international artists exhibiting in eight venues and public spaces across the city.
TULCA, GALWAY’S Festival of Visual Arts 2010, returns from November 6 to 21 and will present work by more than 40 national and international artists across eight venues and public spaces in Galway city.