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Tomorrow evening, Friday, November 1, sees the launch of the 17th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts at the Festival Gallery in William Street, formerly An Post’s sorting office.
THE FORMER An Post sorting facility off William Street, recently refurbished into an exhibition space for the Galway International Arts Festival, will be the main gallery for the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts in November.
TULCA FESTIVAL of Visual Arts is accepting applications for its 2019 Volunteer Programme. The festival, curated by Kerry Guinan, runs from November 1 to 17 in numerous venues across Galway city and county.
KERRY GUINAN, the artist, researcher, and curator based between Limerick and Dublin, has been appointed curator of the 17th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, which runs in Galway during November.
SYNTONIC STATE is the title of the 16th edition of TULCA Festival of Visual Art which opens tomorrow, Friday November 2, and continues to November 18, featuring work by more than 20 artists.
LEADING INTERNATIONAL artists, such as Cyprien Gaillard and the 2008 Turner Prize-winner Mark Leckey, will be among the artists exhibiting at the 16th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts which takes place in Galway this November.
The 15th TULCA Festival of Visual Art was officially launched at the Connacht Print Works last Friday and continues until November 19. The festival features 17 artists from Ireland and overseas, many of them presenting new work.
FROM ITS beginnings in a leftist London commune in the 1970s, to its becoming a controversial source of fascination in 1970s Ireland, 'The Screamers' were advocates of Arthur Janov primal therapy, and have inspired this year's TULCA festival.
THIS EVENING at 6pm an event fusing astronomy, film, and art will take place. Aisling O’Beirn’s Light Years From Here is about looking at stars, telling stories about stars, and the connection between time and the stars.
THE MIGHTY BOOSH'S Noel Fielding stars in AAAAAAAAH!, the eccentric British comedy-horror film where the actors speak entirely in grunts and gibberish, which will be shown as part of the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts.