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Galway’s year as Capital of Culture has begun

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The time has arrived, Galway is now the European Capital of Culture. Midnight on Tuesday kicked off a year of over 1,900 events across 154 projects, with local, national, European and international artists and cultural organisations, in the villages, towns, islands and city of Galway.

Margaret Atwood - leading author in Galway for 2020 celebrations

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Margaret Atwood, the leading Canadian author and Booker Prize winner for The Blind Assassin and The Testaments, and whose The Handmaid's Tale has become of the great works of Feminist fiction, will be in Galway in 2020.

2,020 people wanted for opening ceremony of Galway 2020

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Galway 2020 has issued an open call for up to 2,020 people from communities across Galway city, county and beyond to be part of Galway’s European Capital of Culture opening ceremony celebrations. Percussionists and chanters are just some of the roles being cast in the seven day-long opening celebrations. All abilities are welcome. If you can clap your hands, stamp your feet or bang a pot and pan together, then you are exactly the sort of person needed.

Galway 2020 programme to be launched at family event in Eyre Square

The official programme launch of Galway 2020 - European Capital of Culture, will take place in Eyre Square on Wednesday September 18 at 6pm. The event is family friendly, free, and open to all.

Galway 2020 programme to be launched in Eyre Square next week

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The official programme launch of Galway 2020 - European Capital of Culture, will take place in Eyre Square on Wednesday September 18 at 6pm. The event is family friendly, free, and open to all.

Street arts takes centre stage in Galway

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MORE THAN 200 international artists, programmers, researchers, teachers, journalists and policy makers, have arrived in Galway to attend Fresh Street #3, Europe’s largest international seminar for street arts.

Galway 2020 to host information days on progress

Galway 2020 is taking over the historic Printworks building on Galway’s Market Street for two days tomorrow Friday Nov 16 and Saturday November 17 for a two-day exhibition open to the public.

Four new directors appointed to 2020 board

Galway 2020 this week announced the appointment of four new directors to the board following a rigorous board selection process: Maire Geoghegan Quinn, Caroline Loughnane, Christopher Greene, and Enda Newton were selected on the basis of their respective skill sets in order to add value, and augment the existing Board to ensure the successful delivery of the European Capital of Culture for Galway in 2020.

Final frolic for Capital of Culture bid

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In an exclusive to the Galway Advertiser, two projects which will form part of Galway's 2020 bid for European Capital of Culture will feature in the top secret bid book.

Man to sail across Galway Bay in paper boat in Galway 2020’s contribution to Seafest

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Galway 2020 invites Galwegians to embark ‘On a Voyage’ and witness the epic, heroic and extraordinary journey of a life-size paper boat setting sail across Galway Bay this weekend. This astonishing spectacle coincides with Sea Fest 2016, Ireland’s national maritime festival, taking place this year at Galway Harbour from today Thursday June 30 to Sunday July 3.

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