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The fifth and final episode of ‘Ask the Artist’ 2014 will be held in Luan Gallery on Saturday December 6. A UK video artist, Mel Brimfield, will be interviewed by Claire O’Brien, producer and presenter of Midlands 103’s arts programme Encore.
FESTIVALS COME thick and fast in Galway this time of the year. The Comedy Carnival has only just finished, but next week will see the launch of the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts which runs from November 7 to 23.
Luan Gallery is delighted to present two new solo exhibitions this Friday, October 24 - a collection of works by UK video and performance artist Mel Brimfield and a collection by Roscommon sculptor Siobhan McGibbon.
NEUTRALITY IS a much discussed, often thorny political and historical subject in Ireland, but being ‘neutral’ and the ideas it implies is the subject of TULCA 2014.
In the pretty town of Clarinbridge, a picturesque pub, Sherry's Bar, provides a surprising venue for Rustic Grub. Recently opened in a village already well supplied with good cafes and tea-rooms, it has hit the ground running — which says a lot about chef Maria McNeela and the ethos she has brought with her. There are very few people who could match the passion and respect that she has for food, and the menu reflects this in a variety of ways. She has found a space to showcase the best that the west has to offer and cooks in the Irish tradition — unrestrained, imaginative, and dedicated to pleasure — maternalism at its finest.
Ten artists, a film production company, a curator, and a photographer have been selected for the GMIT Centre for Creative Arts & Media summer residency programmes.
Luan Gallery, Athlone will host the second episode of the Ask the Artist talk series with artist Tom Climent, one of the three artists exhibiting until April 27.
AISLING PRIOR, a co-founder of the Galway Film Centre, has been appointed as curator of the 2014 TULCA Festival of Visual Art, which runs from November 7 to 23.
The story of Knock and the miraculous apparition of the Virgin Mary, St Joseph, and John the Evangelist, in the small, hillside village 135 years ago, has been well-documented in Mayo and beyond. Few people who attended a school in this county could have managed to get through without hearing it at least once or twice.
2014 promises to be an exciting year for Galway Arts Centre’s visual art programme. Despite funding cuts to the arts for five consecutive years, the Dominick Street gallery is still working with a superb mix of Irish and international artists in solo and group exhibitions. The visual art education programme is also reaching new levels with major projects for young people and older people in 2014.