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TULCA - submissions still being accepted

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THE MYTHOLOGICAL story of Hy-Brasil, which legend says lies off the west coast of Ireland, is the starting point for this year's TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, curated by Mary Cremin.

Alice Maher to launch Reservoir in Westport

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One of Ireland’s most respected contemporary artists, Alice Maher, is to launch a new collection of never-before-seen sketchbooks and notebooks that span her entire career, on Thursday, November 13.

The Coole door knocker will rat-a-tat-tat once again

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How many famous people lifted that heavy brass knocker on the door of Lady Augusta Gregory’s home at Coole, Co Galway, and gave it a resounding rat- a -tat -tat? It resounded again last weekend with all the authority of a grumpy judge’s gavel. The writer and broadcaster John Quinn, chairman of the 19th Autumn Gathering, used it to great effect to keep speakers to their time, and to summon people to the next event.

Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering to celebrate women writers

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The Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering, now in its 19th year, will this year include a tribute to women writers around the world. This year’s event will take place in Coole Park over five days in October.

Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering to celebrate women writers

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The Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering, now in its 19th year, will this year include a tribute to women writers around the world. This year’s event will take place in Coole Park over five days in October.

Book about Inishkea

French art historian Françoise Henry was one of the most important twentieth-century historians of Irish art. In 1937, she visited the island of Inishkea North in advance of excavations in search of early medieval remains. In this edited translation of Henry’s journals, readers will delight in her evocative descriptions of the environment while being entertained by her awkward attempts to understand the former islanders she employed.

Ronan Walsh to exhibit in Galway

THE ACCLAIMED Irish artist Ronan Walsh will be exhibiting his paintings in The Hut, 18 Market Street, from Thursday March 25.

The Velvet Underground of Italian Renaissance painting

THE ‘GIORGIONE’ in the title of Tracking Giorgione (Brandon), the ambitious novel by Hungarian born writer Thomas Kabdebo, is the familiar name of Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco, an Italian Renaissance painter and contemporary of Leonardo Da Vinci.

 

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