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KERRY GUINAN, the artist, researcher, and curator based between Limerick and Dublin, has been appointed curator of the 17th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, which runs in Galway during November.
SYNTONIC STATE is the title of the 16th edition of TULCA Festival of Visual Art which opens tomorrow, Friday November 2, and continues to November 18, featuring work by more than 20 artists.
WORK BY Yoko Ono will be displayed as part of the 2017 TULCA Festival of Visual Art and this year's title - They Call Us The Screamers - is apt as Arthur Janov's primal scream therapy has connections to both Ono and the west of Ireland.
FROM ITS beginnings in a leftist London commune in the 1970s, to its becoming a controversial source of fascination in 1970s Ireland, 'The Screamers' were advocates of Arthur Janov primal therapy, and have inspired this year's TULCA festival.
Tomorrow sees the official launch of this year’s TULCA Festival of Visual Arts at its gallery in Fairgreen Road. TULCA 2016, which runs to Sunday November 20, will be the most ambitious festival to date with a programme of exhibitions, events, performances, discussions, film screenings and provocations.
WHAT HAS gone wrong with our cities? And what are we going to do about it? These two questions will be explored in TULCA 2016, Galway's annual visual arts festival, and audiences can expect the answers to be unsettling.
DANIEL JEWESBURY, the artist, lecturer, writer, and editor will curate the 14th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts. The open call for submissions to the festival, which takes place in November, has also been announced.
THE GALWAY City Council will provide a period of ‘grace’ from parking charges for visitors to TULCA Festival Gallery in the former Connacht Print Works, Market Street.
THE 2015 TULCA Festival of Visual Arts returns to Galway city from Saturday November 14 to Sunday 29, and will feature work by more than 40 Irish and international artists.
THE TULCA Festival of Visual Arts has launched a new education programme, T.Ed, looking at the changing environment, and so ties in with this year's festival theme of climate change.