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Friday, 01 July 2016 - Sunday, 31 July 2016

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The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Five weeks of Saturday classes (2-5pm, including a tea break) taught by Marina Wild. €15 per class (these classes can be booked individually). Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277
Event Time
14.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts Office
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

 

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club

Screening of Stem Cell Revolutions - a documentary by Amy Hardie and Clare Blackburn.

Follwed by a Q&A with Professors Tim O'Brien & Matt Griffin

Event Time
19.00
Venue
CSI Lecture Theatre
Organiser
Stem Cell Revolutions
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

 

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Fun and free, summer digital heritage project for 5th/6th class children in Galway City Museum and NUI Galway As part of a PhD research project into multisite cultural heritage learning, I am recruiting participants (5th/6th class) for a free week of creative learning exploration using iPads (provided), and which will be held between the venues of the Galway City Museum and the University. During the week, children will study local Galway heritage, Galway museum objects, and storytelling, while also developing their creative ICT skills. Dates and times are Tuesday 5th –Saturday 9th of July incl., 10.30 a.m.- 2.30 p.m. Please email Sally Mc Hugh (School of Education PhD candidate) at s.mchugh1@nuigalway.ie or phone 087 6320032 for more information. Early booking is advisable as places are limited.  
Event Time
10.30
Venue
NUI Galway & Galway City Museum
Organiser
School of Education
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

 

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Fun and free, summer digital heritage project for 5th/6th class children in Galway City Museum and NUI Galway As part of a PhD research project into multisite cultural heritage learning, I am recruiting participants (5th/6th class) for a free week of creative learning exploration using iPads (provided), and which will be held between the venues of the Galway City Museum and the University. During the week, children will study local Galway heritage, Galway museum objects, and storytelling, while also developing their creative ICT skills. Dates and times are Tuesday 5th –Saturday 9th of July incl., 10.30 a.m.- 2.30 p.m. Please email Sally Mc Hugh (School of Education PhD candidate) at s.mchugh1@nuigalway.ie or phone 087 6320032 for more information. Early booking is advisable as places are limited.  
Event Time
10.30
Venue
NUI Galway & Galway City Museum
Organiser
School of Education

A shorter (4-week) course of the art classes taught by Marina Wild. €27 for four lunchtime classes. Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
13.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts Office

A shorter (4-week) course of the art classes taught by Marina Wild. €40 for four classes. Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277 

Event Time
17.30
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts Office
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

 

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Fun and free, summer digital heritage project for 5th/6th class children in Galway City Museum and NUI Galway As part of a PhD research project into multisite cultural heritage learning, I am recruiting participants (5th/6th class) for a free week of creative learning exploration using iPads (provided), and which will be held between the venues of the Galway City Museum and the University. During the week, children will study local Galway heritage, Galway museum objects, and storytelling, while also developing their creative ICT skills. Dates and times are Tuesday 5th –Saturday 9th of July incl., 10.30 a.m.- 2.30 p.m. Please email Sally Mc Hugh (School of Education PhD candidate) at s.mchugh1@nuigalway.ie or phone 087 6320032 for more information. Early booking is advisable as places are limited.  
Event Time
10.30
Venue
NUI Galway & Galway City Museum
Organiser
School of Education
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

 

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Fun and free, summer digital heritage project for 5th/6th class children in Galway City Museum and NUI Galway As part of a PhD research project into multisite cultural heritage learning, I am recruiting participants (5th/6th class) for a free week of creative learning exploration using iPads (provided), and which will be held between the venues of the Galway City Museum and the University. During the week, children will study local Galway heritage, Galway museum objects, and storytelling, while also developing their creative ICT skills. Dates and times are Tuesday 5th –Saturday 9th of July incl., 10.30 a.m.- 2.30 p.m. Please email Sally Mc Hugh (School of Education PhD candidate) at s.mchugh1@nuigalway.ie or phone 087 6320032 for more information. Early booking is advisable as places are limited.  
Event Time
10.30
Venue
NUI Galway & Galway City Museum
Organiser
School of Education
Biennial conference on the history of science in the early Middle Ages, with special attention to the science and astronomy behind the calculation of Easter dates. Open to the public.
Event Time
15.00
Venue
Old Moore Seminar Room (Seminar Rm 203 Arts/Science Building)
Organiser
History
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Fun and free, summer digital heritage project for 5th/6th class children in Galway City Museum and NUI Galway As part of a PhD research project into multisite cultural heritage learning, I am recruiting participants (5th/6th class) for a free week of creative learning exploration using iPads (provided), and which will be held between the venues of the Galway City Museum and the University. During the week, children will study local Galway heritage, Galway museum objects, and storytelling, while also developing their creative ICT skills. Dates and times are Tuesday 5th –Saturday 9th of July incl., 10.30 a.m.- 2.30 p.m. Please email Sally Mc Hugh (School of Education PhD candidate) at s.mchugh1@nuigalway.ie or phone 087 6320032 for more information. Early booking is advisable as places are limited.  
Event Time
10.30
Venue
NUI Galway & Galway City Museum
Organiser
School of Education

Five weeks of Saturday classes (2-5pm, including a tea break) taught by Marina Wild. €15 per class (these classes can be booked individually). Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
14.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts Office
Biennial conference on the history of science in the early Middle Ages, with special attention to the science and astronomy behind the calculation of Easter dates. Open to the public.
Event Time
15.00
Venue
Old Moore Seminar Room (Seminar Rm 203 Arts/Science Building)
Organiser
History
The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era. Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt
Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Biennial conference on the history of science in the early Middle Ages, with special attention to the science and astronomy behind the calculation of Easter dates. Open to the public.
Event Time
15.00
Venue
Old Moore Seminar Room (Seminar Rm 203 Arts/Science Building)
Organiser
History

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The Bio-EXPLORERS science summer camps are full, 5-day camps that allow children to experience what it is like to work as a scientist at NUI Galway. With Eco-EXPLORERS, Cell EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry young scientists will learn about insects and animals, cells and their bodies and about basic chemistry through fun, hands-on games and experiments.  

 

Venue
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp
Organiser
Bio-EXPLORERS Science Summer Camp

The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans!

For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

Five weeks of Saturday classes (2-5pm, including a tea break) taught by Marina Wild. €15 per class (these classes can be booked individually). Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
14.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts Office
Official Launch of Exhibition: The Native Loves his Native Shore, by Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
14.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10am-4pm
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10am-4pm
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
More details at: www.nuigalway.ie/mindfulway
Venue
Aula Maxima
Organiser
Mindful Way
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10am-4pm
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club

A shorter (4-week) course of the art classes taught by Marina Wild. €27 for four lunchtime classes. Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
13.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts & Theatre Office

A shorter (4-week) course of the art classes taught by Marina Wild. €40 for four classes. Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
17.30
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts & Theatre Office
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10am-4pm
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
Are you interested in renting a room or house to NUI Galway students? This information evening will show you the financial benefits of renting rooms, how best to manage student tenants, and how easy it is to advertise your accommodation. Come along at 6pm to find out more. Refreshments served.
Event Time
18.00
Venue
The View, Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Accommodation and Welfare Office
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club
The Kingfisher Club Summer Sports Camps are back! With a range of activities including: Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Swimming, Climbing, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, Olympic Handball, and lots more - it's the perfect Summer Camp for your sports fans! For more info or to book your child's place, contact: enquiriesnuig@kingfisherclub.com 091 540 300
Event Time
10am-4pm
Venue
Kingfisher Club
Organiser
Kingfisher Club

Those aboard NASA’s Aquarius undersea research station will participate in a live, public video link-up with their NUI Galway-based clinician Dr Derek O’Keeffe on Friday, 22 July. The link up will be preceded by a public talk on Telemedicine at 12 noon in the Clinical Science Institute, NUI Galway.

The NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) is sending a group of six astronauts, engineers and scientists to live aboard the Aquarius habitat, 20 metres under the sea off the Florida coast for three weeks, from next week.

Dr Derek O’Keeffe, Clinical Fellow NUI Galway has been selected as the Flight Surgeon for Telemedicine for the mission. As an expert in telemedicine, he will be remotely monitoring the ‘Aquanauts’ during their undersea experience as an official part of the NEEMO mission.

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Clinical Science Institute
Organiser
Clinical Science Institute
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

Five weeks of Saturday classes (2-5pm, including a tea break) taught by Marina Wild. €15 per class (these classes can be booked individually). Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
14.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts Office
Making Ireland Modern: Touring Exhibition which recently received a Highly Commended Award at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2016 explores the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and technology in the building of a new nation.  Constructed as an open matrix of drawings, photographs, models and other artefacts, the exhibition presents ten infrastructural episodes - Negatives, Electricity, Health, Transportation, Television, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications, Motorways, Data - spanning a period of one hundred years from 1916-2016.
 
The exhibition, by joint commissioners and curators Gary A. Boyd and John McLaughlin Architects describes architecture's role in transforming the physical and cultural identity of the new state through its intercession in the everyday lives of its population.
Venue
Bailey Allen Hall, NUIG
Organiser
The Arts Council; Galway International Arts Festival

The exhibition examines life in University College Galway (UCG), as it was then known, during a period of great social, cultural and political change. It offers a glimpse into the lives of many individuals from the University caught up in the historic events of the era.

Part of A Nation Rising / Éire á Múscailt

Venue
Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
History and Library Archives
A visual art exhibition that celebrates three years of the dialysis arts programme at Merlin Park University Hospital. The exhibition has a special focus on works inspired by the West of Ireland and is being shown at the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village, Daingean and the Arts Corridor at University Hospital Galway.
Exhibition open 11th - 24th July 2016, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Institute for Lifecourse and Society closed Sundays
Exhibition officially opened by Galway City Arts Officer James Harrold with music and traditional skills demonstrations for all friends and family at The Institute for Lifecourse and Society, Corrib Village, Daingean on Saturday 16th July 2016, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Supported by the Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Community Knowledge Initiative and Arts Office.
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Institute of Lifecourse & Society, Corrib Village & Arts Corridor, Galway University Hosptial
Organiser
Community Knowledge Initiative & Arts Office

A shorter (4-week) course of the art classes taught by Marina Wild. €27 for four lunchtime classes. Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
13.00
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts & Theatre Office

A shorter (4-week) course of the art classes taught by Marina Wild. €40 for four classes. Suitable for all levels. See also www.marinawild.com/classes

Bookings/enquiries: e-mail marina.wild@nuigalway.ie, tel.: 087 2741277

Event Time
17.30
Venue
Art Room (R210), Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts & Theatre Office