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Sunday, 01 July 2018 - Tuesday, 31 July 2018

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Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History

 We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

At 10:00am, we will host a coffee morning where network members and supporters can network and celebrate International LGBT STEM Day together.

 

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Human Biology Building
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History

At 1.00pm in the Alice Perry Engineering Building, President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh will open our LGBT STEMinar for International LGBT STEM Day. At this event, several LGBT+ people working in STEM will share their stories. We will provide lunch from 12.30pm. Register for this event at http://lgbtstem.eventbrite.ie

LGBT+ Staff Network members who will talk about their work at NUI Galway.

Event Time
12.30
Venue
Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

Join us for the evening for some quiz craic to raise money for Galway Pride!

€20 per table of 4.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway, Galway City, McGettigans
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

Join us for the evening for some quiz craic to raise money for Galway Pride!

€20 per table of 4.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway, Galway City, McGettigans
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

Join us for the evening for some quiz craic to raise money for Galway Pride!

€20 per table of 4.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway, Galway City, McGettigans
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)

Galway Cathedral Recitals - Summer Concerts 2018 in association with Huston School of Film & Digital Media, presents a cine-concert of Carl Theodore Dreyer's 1928 silent masterpiece with live accompaniment on the Cathedral's organ by John Columba McCann.

 Dreyer’s film is based on the actual record of the trial of Joan of Arc and her sentence to be burnt at the stake in 1431. Aiming to communicate Joan’s purity, Dreyer's scrupulously prepared film was shot using natural light and actors without makeup in order to highlight the naturalism of the characters and their expressiveness. Despite being produced by Société Génerale des Films, the film’s premiere was delayed due to the protests of the Bishop of Paris who insisted on several scenes being cut. 

 Dreyer's direction and Renee Falconetti's performance in the lead role are often listed as amongst the finest in cinema history. 

 JOHN COLUMBA MCCANN is a member of the monastic community at Glenstal Abbey, where his roles include organist, director of the school choir, novice master and director of Benedictine Oblates. Drawing inspiration from the French tradition of organ improvisation, he was mostly self-taught until he was fortunate to receive lessons from Ansgar Wallenhorst (Ratiingen) and Frédéric Blanc (Paris). Over the last ten years he has hosted the Glenstal Abbey summer school in organ improvisation, where he has acted as assistant tutor. 

 The screening will be introduced by Dr Tony Tracy of Huston School of Film & Digital Media, NUI Galway

Galway Cathedral   Thursday 5 July at 8:00pm

 Tickets through Eventbriteor on the door.

 https://recitals.galwaycathedral.ie

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway City, Galway Cathedral
Organiser
Huston School of Film & Digital Media
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History

WELCOME TO THE CHANGE-MAKER CREATIVE FAIR + WORKSHOP

 It is Festival time in Galway! Get hands on and creative! 

 YOU ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND AND PLEASE FEEL FREE TO HELP SPREAD THE WORD ON THIS FUN EVENT!

 CREATIVITY & CHANGE: CHANGE-MAKER CREATIVE FAIR + WORKSHOP

 Nurturing Change-Makers,

 Imagining a Better World.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENTS:

 https://www.studentvolunteer.ie/nuigalway/news/hands-on

Event Time
09:00
Venue
The View, Áras na Mac Leinn
Organiser
ALIVE
Soapbox Science brings the general public and scientists together, while also highlighting the work of female scientists in the region. Scientists will give short talks about their work to passers by at Spanish Arch on Saturday 7th July from 11am-2pm. Come along to hear about some of the work being done by STEM researchers from NUI Galway, GMIT and UCC! All welcome! For more information see http://soapboxscience.org/soapbox-science-2018-galway/ or follow us on twitter: @soapboxscigal. Soapbox Science Galway is organised by Dara Stanley (Botany and Plant Science) and Jessamyn Fairfield (Physics). 
Event Time
11.00
Venue
Galway City, Spanish Arch
Organiser
College of Science
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History