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Westmeath Arts Office will present the first solo exhibition of work by the talented young artist Emma Williams, opening this week. Originally from Dublin, Emma now resides in Westmeath and her exhibition, The Journey, will launch in the Atrium Space of the County Buildings in Mullingar tonight, Thursday February 5 at 6pm.
Revin Goff is the moniker of a Galway-born 23-year-old producer, soundtrack composer, and songwriter, whose real identity is as of yet unknown.
A 16-year-old Mayo student, Shania McDonagh from Claremorris, has been chosen as the overall top prize winner of this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Her achievement in winning first prize in the senior age category, for students aged 16-18 years, brings with it the additional distinction of being the sixtieth young artist to share the honour in what is the 60th year of the Competition.
A 16-years old Claremorris student, Shania McDonagh, has been chosen as the overall top prize winner of this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Her achievement in winning first prize in the senior age category, for students aged 16 to 18 years, brings with it the additional distinction of being the sixtieth young artist to share the honour in what is the 60th year of the competition.
THE NEW name to watch out for in Irish cinema could well be the Oughterard born actress, writer, director, and producer, Amy-Joyce Hastings.
PRETTY PICTURES is the title of a new exhibition by Dean Kelly and Shane Crotty which opens tomorrow at 6pm in The Kenny Gallery in the Liosbán Retail Park, Tuam Road.
WILDFLOWERS, the folk/roots/Americana band of Noriana Kennedy, Noelie McDonnell, and Nicola Joyce, play this month’s Spirit of Voice festival.
NEW YORK’S Benefit Of The Doubt Theatre Company touch down at the Town Hall Studio next week with their staging of Darlene Craviotto’s uproarious dark comedy, Pizza Man.
Gormley’s Fine Art is delighted to return to Kilkenny for its eighth year, situated in Parliament Street (former Dunnes Stores building) in Kilkenny city centre, for the duration of the arts festival.
Throughout January and February Ballina Arts Centre will present Jack B Yeats and the west of Ireland, a special exhibition of the artist’s works from Sligo and Mayo.