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As Naomi Draper enters the third year of her curatorial residency at Roscommon Arts Centre she is interested in extending her research to look directly at the extraction of material from our natural landscape, exploring the site, use, relationship and impact these interventions may have, looking at the potential of the natural landscape as archive and repository, holding and preserving information, as well as our human desire to draw from it.
Following a 3 year campaign spearheaded by Herstory, St. Brigid’s Day is Ireland’s new national holiday and the first named in honour of a woman: Brigid, our matron Saint and Celtic Goddess and a celebration of all mná.
GALWAY BAND THE OPACAS began life as a virtual band during the lockdowns. Post-Covid, they are taking to the stage, and presenting live music shows with a real difference.
Our Vision Our Voice 2022 is a collaborative art project which has been running in the Midlands for the past six years.
One night for all — as city marks culture night
Galway City Culture Night takes place on Friday 23 September. Galway City will host over 50 events with 200 artists participating in a diverse programme of visual arts, music, film and storytelling.
The Linenhall Arts Centre is delighted to announce the awarding of two residencies in 2022. Multidisciplinary artist Valerie Asiimwe Amani has been awarded the first ever Linenhall International Artist Residency and visual artist Dominic Thorpe is the third recipient of the annual Bolay Residency.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) at the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage recently launched ‘Under Darkening Skies’ a public art commission by the visual artist Susan Mannion at the Ballycroy Visitor Centre at Wild Nephin National Park.
There was a big turnout at Swinford Library and Cultural Centre for the Rainbow In A Box visual art installation which was installed for Cruinniú na nÓg 2022.
There is a fascination about achievement unearthed — when the extraordinary meets the ordinary; about the juxtaposition of celebrity and the commonplace.