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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 photographic portraits taken of the family of fungi in Barna Woods, Autumn 2018 by Artist – Ciara Saoirse Beckers

The Nest Hostel on Salthill A collection of photographs capturing the landmarks and familiar sights of Galway City and county by Patrick Finn

In The Loft Venue at Seven Bar, FRED JOHNSTON born in Belfast in 1951 and co-founded the old Irish Writers’ Co-operative presents the poetry reading with Mary Ellen Fean.

Later this evening from 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm again in The Loft Venue at Seven Bar with Thomas Cameron, a Classic Brit Award nominated tenor, whose vibrant voice will take you through a

A Night at the Musicals with Thomas Cameron | Music

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