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HOW HAS theatre and traditional music developed in Galway since the 1960s? How has Galway been represented, historically, in art and literature?
The school doors might be closed due to Covid-19 but the team at Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre are busily working with online classes, and invite you to join them to learn English with the same great teaching team. Students are now able to register for new online courses.
Lámh has opened up free access to Lámh Signs online until the end of May while families and carers are staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic. More than 4,200 people have signed up in the last two weeks.
There has never been a better time to become a teacher. If you are passionate about teaching, take the first step by starting your master's with Hibernia College and join an alumni network of almost 10,000 teachers.
The new year means new beginnings, so now is the time to consider re-training to change career or learn a new skill. The GRETB Training Centre offers full time day, evening, and Saturday training courses and is continuously developing new options to meet the needs of learners and industry. Completing a course can offer many benefits from a personal and career perspective and can give access to new and different opportunities for the future.
Moving from primary to secondary school can be a time of great excitement, but it can also be a time of worry and apprehension. Pupils go from being the most senior in their primary school to the most junior members of their secondary school. The early weeks of school are exhausting and in the first months many complain of being tired all the time.
Located in Briarhill Business Park, The School of Make-Up Artistry offers a range of long and short courses for all levels of expertise. A family-run business for more than 35 years, managed by Katie Robinson, the school offers internationally recognised diplomas in fashion, film, theatre, and media make-up.
BALLET HAS long been a Cinderella of Irish arts and very few Irish dancers have achieved international prominence. Yet 17-year-old ballerina Emer Lenihan, from Claregalway, looks set to buck that trend and go to the top of this demanding profession.
THE GALWAY Actors Workshop will hold two six-week beginners’ level courses on Thursdays from 7pm to 10pm in the Anno Santo Hotel, Salthill, starting March 7.
ART BUDDIES, a group exhibition of mixed media paintings by pupils at the Wednesday morning art class organised by Denise Hogan, with tutor Gill Christie, is currently on show.