Category: festival

Galway International Arts Festival 2019

Galway Fringe Festival 2019 Started Today | What’s the Craic?

The group Cúl An Tí presents sculptures, paintings, and installations responding to the theme Rituals of the Shore today in An Dánlann-University Art Gallery, The Quadrangle NUI Galway. This exhibition draws on a rich seam of maritime tradition and the contemporary experiences of life on the coast, charting a complex and changing relationship with the shore. This work responds to a series of community talks examining the coastal heritage and marine biology of the Connemara Gaeltacht. Materials: resin, concrete, clay, found objects, maps, carrageen jelly, limestone, sound-text, video, print. In the Salthill Art Gallery, Grace O’Malley’s exhibit her work aims to convey the urgency of climate change by connecting people. Galway City Gallery displays the […]

The Big Top is Up on the Orbit of Corrib Again

Watching Sunset of the Sunday 14th July 2019 with the Big Top is erected again on the NUI Galway campus joining the cathedral on the quiet river Corrib at Fisheries Field. The Landmark of the Galway International Arts Festival which is in 42nd year captured on the eve of 2019 festival. Clear sky and the summer in the city like never before promising another absolute Galway season with headliners for the Big Top of the dance act Orbital… The Big Top’s Up on The Orbit – Salmon Entering the River Corrib and Galway International Arts Festival 2019 Starts Today

Galway Cathedral Novena 2018 | Monday 19th til 27th February

Virtual sphere of the Galway Cathedral’s Novena2018 Monday with Fr. Adrian Egan finishing the first-day session ‘To Our Mother Of Perpetual Help’ at 4:30pm. Galway’s catholic annual event sessions are taking place daily at the cathedral from Monday 19th until 27th February. Video is containing spherical visuals to enjoy the spiritual moment inside out 360 degrees around  

29th Galway Film Fleadh 2017 | Screening Today

Day 2 of the 29th Galway Film Fleadh “Between being both a UNESCO City of Film and the destined European Capital of Culture in 2020, we felt more pressure than ever to deliver a programme to satisfy the cineaste audiences in Galway but I think we’ve put together something for everyone across the six days,” he said. O’ Brien is playing one of his personal favourites, Southland Tales, at this year’s festival and admonishes those of us who incorrectly critically maligned it the first time around. The underseen alt-history satire is playing, along with cult hit Donnie Darko, as writer/director Richard Kelly delivers a screenwriter’s masterclass. Also on hand will be […]