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Ever wondered how research at NUI Galway affects you, your family and community? The public are invited to a competition which might just answer that question on Monday, December 17, at 7.30pm in Jigsaw Galway on Fairgreen Road.
“I used to run shows and gigs in the university, UCG as it was, and I remember Mike from that time as he was big man, but I first met him properly in the 1980s, when the Galway Arts Festival was starting to get a bit of recognition. Back then I had a secretary and I was running around on a bike. Then we applied to the Arts Council to give us a grant so that we could appoint an administrator.
IN CONCERT footage of the 1970s Galway folk duo Dicklerfitz - singer Terry Smith and the late Mickey Finn on the fiddle - has been posted on YouTube.
A lecturer at NUI Galway’s School of Medicine has been awarded a €3 million grant to head up a major research project into migrant health.
MICK LALLY’s life and work will be remembered and celebrated this Sunday from 5pm when Sean Tyrrell, Johnny Mulhearn, Wally Page, Johnny Moynihan, Tony Small, Lena Ullman, Eugene Lambe, Terry Smith, and Mary Staunton take to the stage for Music and Song Tribute to Mick Lally in Monroe’s Live.
A FOURS, an exhibition of sketches by local artist Terry Smith will open in the Ballybane Library this weekend.
The great, the good and the ordinary people of Galway packed into GMIT’s largest lecture theatre last Friday to take the first steps in collective planning for the future of Galway.
Galway 2040, a major public debate on the future of the city and county, is to take place at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology tomorrow, November 5.
“A modern port facility for Galway, catering for commercial shipping traffic and the development of Galway as a centre for Ocean Energy, cruise liners and marine leisure is pivotal to the future progression of the city,” according to Captain Brian Sheridan, Harbour Master who made his comments in advance of the Galway 2040 Symposium to be held in GMIT on Friday November 5.
A day long symposium will be held in GMIT on Friday November 5 to create public debate on a vision for Galway for the next generation. Organised by the Galway 2040 Initiative it is led by Paul Shelly and Rory O’Connor, Jim Fennell (GMIT & Marine Institute), Professor Kevin Leyden (NUIG CISC) and Michael Coyle (Galway Chamber).