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Colour, colour, and more colour at Luan Gallery

Luan Gallery is delighted to present the first half of its summer programme for 2014. Featuring the works of Cork artist Catherina Hearne, Athlone native Seán Guinan and Italian collage artist Naomi Vona, this trio of exhibitions come together to drench Luan Gallery in colour for the months of May and June.

Persse’s Bonded Warehouse, Earl’s Island

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Two weeks ago in this column, we showed some photographs of the Jute Spinning factory in Earl’s Island, and what I thought were large stacks of turf beside the building. An eagle eyed reader has pointed out that these were not sods of turf, they were ‘jute butts’, stems of the jute plant from which the fibres were extracted. They were stacked out in the fresh air because they are easier to work when wet. The fibres that made up the rough jute products were extracted from the top half of the plant.

Group 8 - After Garbally exhibition launch in Ballinasloe

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Ballinasloe-based professional artist collective, Group 8, launch their fifth annual exhibition of art and writing, After Garbally, tonight, Friday March 14 at 7pm in The Regency Room in Hayden’s Hotel, Ballinasloe. The exhibition will take place between March 14-17, daily from 11am-6pm, including Saint Patrick’s Day.

Tosca - live at The Eye

PUCCINI’S GREAT opera Tosca will be will be broadcast live via satellite from the Metropolitan Opera to The Eye Cinema this Saturday at 6pm.

Man with 16 previous convictions crashed his van into car when drunk

A man who collided into the rear of a car when he was intoxicated was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday for a probation report.

X-Factor star for Galway

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X FACTOR winner Matt Cardle and acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter Ryan Sheridan will play Monroe’s Live next month.

Kenny’s Vibrant Synchronies

VIBRANT SYNCHRONIES, a group exhibition, will officially open in The Kenny Gallery, Liosbán, tomorrow at 3pm.

Achill Island and Louisburgh longlisted as Best Place to Holiday in Ireland

Achill Island and Louisburgh have made it on to the longlist in The Irish Times’ competition The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland. It will join 23 other holiday hotspots in the race to be named as Ireland’s best place to holiday. The other finalists include Dingle, Inis Meain and The Shannon River. Every county in the country was represented in the competition, with over 1,400 entries submitted in total by members of the public. The winning place will be announced in The Irish Times on Monday, May 27. To view the longlist and to read the full submission for Achill Island and Louisburgh, visit www.irishtimes.com/bestplace

Heinrich Boll weekend ready to roll

The ninth annual Heinrich Boll Memorial Weekend will take place from Friday May 3 to Sunday May 6 at the Cyril Gray Memorial Hall, Dugort, Achill. The weekend will be formally opened by Professor Enda McDonagh at 7.30pm on Friday. The weekend event will focus on the work of American painter Robert Henri, who worked on Achill 100 years ago this year.

Heinrich Boll weekend ready to roll

The ninth annual Heinrich Boll Memorial Weekend will take place from Friday May 3 to Sunday May 6 at the Cyril Gray Memorial Hall, Dugort, Achill. The weekend will be formally opened by Professor Enda McDonagh at 7.30pm on Friday. The weekend event will focus on the work of American painter Robert Henri, who worked on Achill 100 years ago this year.

 

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