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Galway International Arts Festival box office opens

The Box Office for the 2019 Galway International Arts Festival has opened this week for people looking to get in early for some great...

Making Space exhibition brings together astronomy and art

Astronomy and art have come together to create some breathtaking pieces of work for the Making Space exhibition at Galway Arts Centre next month. Making...

Young people encouraged to unleash their creativity at Cruinniú na nÓg this weekend

Young people in Galway city are being encouraged to fire up their imaginations and take part in some of the many creative activities on...

Deadline approaches for One Minute Film Festival submissions

The deadline is approaching for local artists who want to make a submission for the One Minute Film Festival at this year's Galway Film...

GMIT graduate elected to assembly of Ireland’s greatest living artists

GMIT graduate and sculptor Aideen Barry has been elected to the Aosdána, an assembly of the best living artists in Ireland. Founded in 1981, the...

GMIT art students showcase their talent in first formal exhibition

Final year art students at GMIT are making their break into public life as artists with an exciting exhibition of their work across a...

Call for council owned building to be used for city arts hub

City council candidate Joe Loughnane has expressed his support for a call by Theatre 57 for a council owned building to be used as...

NUIG chamber choir crowned the best in Ireland

NUI Galway's Alumni Ensemble Choir has been crowned Chamber Choir of the Year after blowing listeners away at the recent Cork International Choral Festival. The...

Moycullen artist Pádraic Reaney captures the desolate beauty of Inishark

A new exhibition from local artist Pádraic Reaney is only display at NUIG with the beauty of Inishark there for all to see. Inis Airc exhibition...

World class music and family fun at Oranmore Arts Festival

The upcoming Oranmore Arts Festival promises four days of mind blowing music and world class family fun with its recently unveiled lineup. Now in its...

Galway Film Fleadh named one of the best film festivals in the world

Galway Film Fleadh has been named one of the top 50 film festivals in the world by MovieMaker magazine. MovieMaker magazine, which focuses on the...

Deadline for short film submissions to Galway Film Fleadh approaches

The deadline for submissions of short films to the Galway Film Fleadh is creeping up as the world famous film festival approaches. Each year the...

Take the 48 Hour Challenge with Little Cinema Galway

If you're a filmmaker who works best under pressure, then the 48 Hour Challenge with Little Cinema Galway might be just the thing for...

Entries open for Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition

Since it’s inception in 2005, The Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition has said that the backbone of anything you see on screen is solid...

Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant playing Galway International Arts Festival this summer

Former frontman of Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant and his new band Saving Graceare coming to play at Galway International Arts Festival this summer. Best...

Over the Edge launches the debut poetry collection of west of Ireland writer Christine Valters Paintner

The May Over the Edge writer's gathering is presenting an exciting mix of poetry next month, including the launch of Benedictine Oblate Christine Valters...

Creative Writing classes with Galway Arts Centre

Starting in May, Galway Arts Centre are launching new creative writing classes with local author Susan Millar DuMars. These creative writing classes are suitable for...

Poetry workshops at Galway Arts Centre to help artists find their voice

Aspiring poets who want to try putting pen to paper themselves will be able to avail of range of poetry workshops at Galway Arts...

Bringing the story of Galway’s Una Taaffe to life on stage

Update: Tickets for showings of Are You There Una? in Galway city have sold out Una Taaffe is a larger than life figure in Galway history,...

Galway writer Mike McCormack inducted into Hennessy Literary Awards Hall of Fame

Mike McCormack has been inducted into the Hennessy Literary Awards Hall of Fame in yet another recognition of the great contribution to literature made by...
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