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Laurice Van Den Oosten, a native of Fahy, started her own business at the age of 19, going from teaching piano from home to running a private school with 150+ students, 10 members of staff and offering over 30+ services in Art, Music, Therapy and Education.
Custom House Studios are currently hosting an exhibition of paintings and prints - 'My Halcyon Days' - by Norah Brennan. The exhibition runs until Sunday, September 13.
DEEP STATES, the inaugural exhibition of the UnSelfing Programme, presented by the TULCA festival, and commissioned by Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture, re-opens tomorrow, Friday July 31, at Nuns Island Theatre.
QUIET PLACES and Objects Trouvés, a father-daughter artistic collaboration, will be on display at Anton's Cafe, Fr Griffin Road, throughout July.
THE SEX life of James Joyce and Nora Barnacle, as well as their love and romance, is the stuff of a new exhibition currently running in the Town Hall Theatre bar.
To celebrate its tenth anniversary, Ballinasloe based artist collective Group 8 hosted the opening of its annual exhibition, LEONARDO 500, in the Church Gallery, Ballinalsoe Library, on Tuesday evening.
THE AWARD winning Galway artist Jennifer Cunningham will hold another series of her popular one day workshops on June 1, 8, and 15, and a new two day printmaking course on June 29 and 30.
ARTWORKS BY VTOS adult learners will be shown at an exhibition which opens tomorrow at 12 noon in the Westside Library, and which will run until June 1.
Luan Gallery will host a reception on Friday, April 12, at 6pm, to announce the opening of their spring exhibition, ‘Other Dimensions’, featuring installation art by multi-disciplinary artists Fiona Mulholland, Laura Angell and Paul Bokslag. The work of these three artists will then remain on display until June 9.
IN HIS poem 'The Allansford Pursuit', based on witches’ chants, Robert Graves wrote: "Oh, I shall go into the hare/With sorrow and sighing and mickle care/And I shall go in the Devil’s nam/Aye, till I be fetchèd hame."