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HUNTER S Thompson, Johnny Cash, George Bernard Shaw, and half of Angelina Jolie’s head all appear in the new exhibition by former graffiti artist Luke McMullan.
WHEN HIP-HOP emerged from the Bronx in the late 1970s and spread throughout New York, punk and new wave musicians in the city btook notice.
JANUARY IS often a drab and dull month. It is the post-Christmas slump, the winter is not yet over, and the New Year has not yet fully kicked off.
Monty Python, in its ‘Noël Coward Song’, advised men not to “take it out in public or they will stick you in the dock”. However a recent artistic ‘addition’ to the Mayor of Galway Pádraig Conneely might do his re-election campaign no harm at all.
The original idea for Imprints came from Lola Donoghue (art teacher at St Colman’s). When her submission for a creative engagement project with Leaving Cert Applied students for their visual art class was accepted, she got Pat Keane (deputy principal) on board to guide the project through his native Claremorris from an historical and cultural perspective. Fotissima Photography, which comprises Lola Donoghue and Majella Kelly, were the collaborating artists involved. All equipment was supplied by them and students were taught the basic principles of photography, from the creative to the technical. They followed through the project from the shooting stage to the digital processing on computers and the eventual framing and presentation of the work.