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Sci-fi novels inspire environmentally themed exhibition

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THE BEST science-fiction writers do not just write about fantastical worlds in far flung galaxies, their work, be it that of HG Wells, Philip K Dick, or Arthur C Clarke, reflects on the contemporary world, and looks deeply at how technology and society may develop in the future.

Luan Gallery presents DECADE by famed Irish portrait painter

James Hanley RHA comes to Luan Gallery this November with his first solo show since 2011: DECADE. Taking a look back at the past ten years of this seminal artist’s career, DECADE celebrates the work of one of Ireland’s most renowned portrait artists.

Out & About in Mayo

Triple artist exhibition opens in Ballina

Art exhibitions

ON SHOP windows in the city centre; in The Shed at the Docks, in 126, and at the Norman Villa Gallery in Salthill, is are a feast of art exhibitions to see this month.

Ballina Arts Centre

Exhibition: The Horse Show: Group Show

Exhibition opening by artist Bennie Reilly

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Artist Bennie Reilly will open her new exhibition entitled ‘Forest Bathing’ at The Gallery, Roscommon Arts Centre this Friday January 28 from 5pm to 7pm.

Information night for new Ballina Theatre

The long awaited new theatre forBallina is moving closer and an information night on the theatre will take place on Tuesday December 2 at 6pm in the Ballina civic offices. Currently the project has received funding of €1.62 million from Ballina Town Council, €1.59 million from Mayo County Council and €1.2 million from the department of Arts, Sports and Heritage subject to the shortfall in the project being made up by local contributions. The shortfall that will have to be raised through local fund-raising is expected to be in the region of €500,000.

Mayo man at centre of Taoiseach nudes controversy

A 35-year-old man, originally from Claremorris, is at the centre of a heated debacle following the placing of two nude portraits of the Taoiseach in the National Gallery and the Royal Hibernian Academy, with the prospect that the secondary school teacher, who now resides in south Dublin, may face prosecution for the hoax, with a file being prepared for the DPP.


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