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Monday, 12 November 2018 - Monday, 12 November 2018

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Climate change scientist and artist, Gordon Bromley, has launched a truly special art exhibition on campus. ‘Art on the Edge’ features intricate drawings and paintings from Gordon’s fieldwork on the front line of climate change, including in Antarctica.

According to Gordon, “The world is stunning and if we don’t appreciate what we have to lose then we don’t know it’s going.” The exhibition gives personal insights into his research and the landscapes that inspire it.

This free exhibition is on display for a month in the Hardiman Building foyer near the entrance to the James Hardiman Library.

Event Time
09.00
Venue
Hardiman Research Building foyer
Organiser
School of Geography & Archaeology

Saturday Nov 03rd, 12:00 PM to Sunday Nov 18th, 6:00 PM

 Visual artist Bassam Al-Sabah presents his work at An Dánlann, the NUI Galway Art Gallery in the Quadrangle: November 2-18

Free entry. All welcome. Ramp and chair lift available.

Weekend opening times: 11am - 6pm.  Weekdays: 12 - 6pm.

Read more about the artist here

TULCA 2018 Venues and Trail

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
arts office

Joshua Cooper is an academic, advocate, author, analyst and activist based in Hawaii. He is the Executive Director of the Hawaii Institute for Human Rights and has lectured for two decades at the University of Hawaii.  He is currently Dean of Research at the International Training Center for Teaching Peace and Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland and Dean of INNES International Human and Peoples Rights in Vienna, Austria.  Cooper has lectured worldwide at graduate programs and law clinics as well as presented over 100 papers featuring original research. Cooper speaks regularly at the UN and NGO assembles to contribute to public policy for human rights. He currently serves as the CEO of the GOOD Group assisting communities and countries to promote human rights & global democracy and protect our planet rooted in peace, respect and dignity for all.  He has participated as an official observer at United Nations meetings in both the charter and treaty bodies of the human rights machinery for over a decade. Cooper has prepared interventions, presented firsthand accounts of violations, held briefings to provide legal updates, met with officials and experts to pose questions to government delegations and proposed recommendations to realise human rights around the world. Cooper participates at every level of the UN Charter bodies from working groups to the general assembly organising for adoption of international guidelines, declarations and conventions.

                                                                                                                                  All Welcome!

Event Time
13.00
Venue
Seminar room- Irish Centre for Human Rights
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights