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The Greenway Artists Initiative in collaboration with The Custom House Studios have announced details of the launch of The Greenway Sculpture Project 2012, by Michael Ring TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, at 3pm at Mulranny Park Hotel on Sunday July 22. Anyone interested in first-time exhibition are invited to attend.
Visitors to the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life are in for a surprise as there are some interesting new residents among the Museum’s folklife collection. These intriguing figures were made by young adults from Mayo during the Look to the Light Lantern Sculptures workshops facilitated by artist Tom Meskell. The work will be on display throughout the museum until May 25 this year. The works include two gossiping ladies, a lady with her hand on heart, a bride beside the lift and a girl in a shawl, as well as a schoolboy answering a question, a boy and a man in the kitchen and a figure sitting contemplating.
Organisers of Bealtaine are delighted to announce the line-up for May 2012, which will see hundreds of theatrical, cinematic, craft, photographic, choral, dance and other events taking place across Ireland, giving people a chance to celebrate creativity as we age.
On Friday April 20 from 11am to 1pm, Come Knit with Me, takes place for adults and children aged seven plus. No booking required.
The HSE Rural Training Centre in Castlebar is teaming up once again with the Linenhall Arts Centre for its long established Roola Boola Children’s Arts Festival.
The Luisne Art Project has started the year with the opening of Insight, its biggest exhibition yet. The exhibition takes place in Galway University Hospital from today Friday, January 28. Opening speaker on the day will be the well known film maker and writer Bob Quinn.
As part of the Roola Boola Festival, the HSE Rural Training Centre in Castlebar is teaming up with the Linenhall Arts Centre, to host a free show which will take place tomorrow (Saturday), beginning at 7.30pm.
Sleeping dragons, Jack and the Beanstalk, a very hungry caterpillar, a man who planted trees, and a fish who wants to be human. It can mean only one thing — RoolaBoola is here again. The annual children’s arts festival is back with a vibrant programme of shows, workshops, drop-in events, and more for young people of all ages, and lots of fun for the whole family too, over the October Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 22 to Monday October 25 at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar.
What better way to celebrate the solstice than by viewing an exciting temporary once off installation of artwork with refreshments and some music. If this sounds good, go to Aughagower on Saturday June 19 from 9.30pm in the community hall.
RoolaBoola, the Linenhall annual arts festival for children, is nearly on us again. RoolaBoola is one of the country’s finest arts events for children, catering to almost 6,000 children and their families each year. There are a number of ways in which you can help out. RoolaBoola is looking for adult volunteers to assist with marshalling duties at the night-time lakeside fireworks spectacle Lough Lannagh Lights, taking place on the evening of Monday October 27 (bank holiday) as part of this year’s RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Festival. The festival will need volunteers for a maximum of two hours on the night, and also for an induction meeting on Thursday October 16 at 8pm in the Linenhall Theatre. It is very important that you let organisers know your names in advance of the meeting, so if you are interested, contact the Linenhall as soon as possible.