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THE CENTENARY of the First World War has prompted many commemorations of, and fresh reflections on, that vast and cataclysmic conflict. Here in Ireland it has occasioned a reclaiming of the history of the many thousands of Irishmen who served and died in the war and whose stories had largely been erased from official memory until recent years.
It took a lot of time for a group of young designers from Castlebar to turn a pile of broken watches and clock parts into haute couture.
CATHERINE FLEMING may only be 18 years old, but already she has had three exhibitions, and her fourth, currently running in the Providence Market Kitchen on St Augustine Street, reveals her increasingly bold use of colour and abstraction.
Athlone Little Theatre’s latest production, the award winning Calendar Girls opens next Monday night, May 20, in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone at 8pm.
THE FIRST exhibition to be held in The Kenny Gallery in Salthill in July 1968 was by Sean Keating, one of Ireland’s major 20th century artists.
The Balla Secondary School art students came joint second place in the Museum of Country life Fashion Flashback competition. The work was done in their spare time in school. They won a €40 Eason's voucher. The winners were Chloe O'Brien, Chloe Durkan, Rachel Gaughan, Rosemary Dunne, Lauren Mullaney, and Amanda Conroy. Well done also to their art teacher Ms Lisa Sherry.
Congratulations to the two transition year teams from St Joseph’s Secondary School, Castlebar, who have qualified for the Junk Kouture All-Ireland final in Dublin today, Friday April 19.
An up-and-coming Athlone milliner got the opportunity of a lifetime last weekend when her designs were chosen to feature in one of the most high profile events in the Rose of Tralee.
Art teacher Paula Gannon was “ecstatic” to learn she had won the Littlewoods Ireland Best Dressed Lady competition at the Kilbeggan Races last Saturday.