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Bealtaine is the festival which celebrates the arts and creativity as we age.
Mayo County Council has announced the launch event for Navigating a Future, which will take place at Ballina Arts Centre at 6pm on Friday, May 20.
Atlantic Technological University’s School of Design and Creative Arts and Medtronic are pleased to announce Katie Moore as winner of the Medtronic Galway Commission “Breathing Life into Art”. Launched last November (2021) at the Medtronic Galway plant at Mervue, over 18 graduate artists made submissions for the commission, which is valued at €20,000.
GMIT’s School of Design & Creative Arts will host a series of public talks each Tuesday during March on the subject of “Creativity” marking the commencement of the institute’s Golden Jubilee celebrations ahead of becoming Atlantic Technological University (on 1 April). The talks will take place in Room 104 at 5.30pm at GMIT Centre for Creative Arts & Media on Wellpark Road, covering topics from Community Outreach, Design Process & Practice to Performance and the Visual Arts, delivered by GMIT lecturers.
Folklife is an outdoor multi-disciplinary and residency programme funded by the Arts Council and locally by Mayo County Council Arts Service, The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, The Linenhall Arts Centre and Mayo Artsquad. It is curated by Culture Works and commences on Sunday, January 30.
To commemorate the Decade of Centenaries, Mayo County Council’s Arts Service in partnership with the Jackie Clarke Collection, undertook an Artist in Residency programme with visual artist Margo McNulty.
From October 16 to November 27, Ballina Arts Centre will present I N T E R T W I N E, an exhibition of drawings by Dutch artists Hanneke Francken.
For its eleventh outing, Ballinasloe-based artist collective Group 8 will hold the opening of its annual exhibition, UNBOUND, on Culture Night, Friday, September 17, at 7pm, in Artisan Alley at the Town Hall Theatre, Ballinasloe.
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FOR MORE than 30 years, Laura Vecchi Ford taught Italian at NUI Galway, but for much longer than that she has been a visual artist.