Search Results for 'Rosemarie Langtry'

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Athlone Castle’s virtual Easter extravaganza competitions

Athlone Castle will host a number of Easter competitions for children running in tandem with two free online events that premiered during the bank holiday weekend.

Athlone Castle Visitor Centre to host virtual Easter extravaganza

Athlone Castle Visitor Centre will once again go virtual for an Easter extravaganza event.

Wealth of free events planned for Culture Night in Athlone

Athlone Castle, Luan Gallery and Abbey Road Artists’ Studios will be offering a busy and exciting schedule of free events for this year’s Culture Night taking place tomorrow, Friday, September 20.

Christmas themed art and craft workshop at Luan Gallery

Luan Gallery is delighted to invite all young artists to join art facilitator, Rosemarie Langtry, this Saturday, December 8, for a creative make and do workshop for the festive season. This workshop is suitable for children 5-12 years old.

Artlink Collective exhibition

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ARTLINK COLLECTIVE, a group of nine artists based in east Galway, will hold their new exhibition, entitled Uniformity, in the Renzo’s Café, Eyre Street, throughout November.

Creative workshop for children this December at Luan Gallery

Athlone's Luan Gallery will host a children's christmas workshop on Saturday, December 2.

Ballinahown artist to hold open studio

On St Patrick’s Day from 9.30am-2pm, local artist Rosemarie Langtry will host an open studio in Ballinahown Hall, where she will invite the public to experience an artist studio, and be available to meet people and talk about her work.

Upcoming art exhibition inspired by local flooding

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The severe flooding which occurred in Athlone and surrounding areas last winter has inspired a new collection of paintings by a local artist.

Countdown to Culture Night 2016

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Luan Gallery to hold two exhibitions as part of 1916 centenary programme

As part of the Ireland 2016 Programme, Luan Gallery will be hosting two exhibitions based on the theme of the 1916 Rising Centenary.

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