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NUI Galway will host a major international conference on ‘Interculturalism and Performance Now: New Directions?’ from 10-11 April. The conference will feature leading scholars in intercultural theatre and performance studies from Australia, Canada, the United States, the UK and Turkey.
Baboró International Arts Festival will be celebrating a big birthday when it kicks off this weekend. It is 18 years since the first festival in 1997, and Baboró continues to create unforgettable moments of awe and wonder for children and families in Galway and beyond.
FOR A number of years Gort in south Galway, was known as ‘Little Brazil’ due to the numbers of Brazilians who were living there - and their stories are set to be retold in Stories Of A Yellow Town.
FLYING COWS, spiralling elves, a boy made of cheese, a singing monkey, spicy feet, and the most spectacular inflatable space imaginable - it’s all at the children’s arts festival, Baboró.
Westmeath Rural Arts are hosting a very special Arts Council funded mini-festival of street theatre and storytelling in the local communities of Ballynacargy, Ballinafid, Milltown, Emper, and Streete from now until Saturday June 18. The tour was made possible with the support of the social enterprise, Artlands which facilitated the formation of Westmeath Rural Arts with the support of Westmeath Community Development.
The Coole Park series of cultural events is well under way with great attendances at all the events. There are just a few arts events left in the programme with only one taking place this week. The heritage course entitled reading and understanding the landscape which is funded by Galway Rural Development, started this week and takes place on Mondays and Thursdays until mid March. See Coole Park website and the spring cultural programme 2010 brochure for details of the course.