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Sunday, 26 August 2018 - Saturday, 01 September 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
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

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway in association with Mindfulness Ireland

presents

Mindfulness in Everyday Life

With Brother Kai Li, a Senior Monastic from Plum Village*

Thursday, 30th August 2018 from 6pm - 8pm and

Friday 31st August from 10:30am - to 4:30pm (registration at 10am)

Lecture Hall MY243, Aras Moyola

The practice of mindfulness is about being present and awake to each moment of our daily lives. Teacher Brother Kai Li, a Senior Monastic from Plum Village, is an experienced teacher and enjoys leading retreats and days of mindfulness to large and small gatherings around the world. He shares his experience of mindful living with great humour and depth. Having visited Ireland a few years ago he is delighted to return to Galway.

 *Plum Village, near Bordeaux in southwest France, is the largest international practice centre in the Plum Village tradition, and the first monastic community founded by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace activist, revered around the world for his powerful teachings and bestselling writings on mindfulness and peace. His key teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live happily in the present moment - the only way to truly develop peace, both in one’s self and in the world.

 These events are free and all are welcome. You are welcome to attend either or both events, on Thursday evening and/or throughout the day on Friday.  On Friday, you are invited to bring your own lunch and drink, or you can  avail of restaurants on campus.  The day will include guided meditations, walking meditation, a talk on integrating mindfulness into daily life and a period for questions.

VENUEAras Moyola.  Please click HERE for a campus map, where Aras Moyola is No. 14 on the map.

IMPORTANT:  PARKING ON CAMPUS  There is limited parking on campus, Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 17.30 and clamping is operation so please be sure to park in a Pay & Display space if you do not have a staff/student parking permit.

For more information visit www.mindfulnessireland.org/ and www.plumvillage.org
For more information regarding NUI Galway’s Mindful Way visit: www.nuigalway.ie/mindfulway

 We look forward to seeing you there!

Kind Regards,

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway team

Event Time
18.00
Venue
MY243 Lecture Theatre, Aras Moyola
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway in association with Mindfulness Ireland

presents

Mindfulness in Everyday Life

With Brother Kai Li, a Senior Monastic from Plum Village*

Thursday, 30th August 2018 from 6pm - 8pm and

Friday 31st August from 10:30am - to 4:30pm (registration at 10am)

Lecture Hall MY243, Aras Moyola

The practice of mindfulness is about being present and awake to each moment of our daily lives. Teacher Brother Kai Li, a Senior Monastic from Plum Village, is an experienced teacher and enjoys leading retreats and days of mindfulness to large and small gatherings around the world. He shares his experience of mindful living with great humour and depth. Having visited Ireland a few years ago he is delighted to return to Galway.

 *Plum Village, near Bordeaux in southwest France, is the largest international practice centre in the Plum Village tradition, and the first monastic community founded by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace activist, revered around the world for his powerful teachings and bestselling writings on mindfulness and peace. His key teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live happily in the present moment - the only way to truly develop peace, both in one’s self and in the world.

 These events are free and all are welcome. You are welcome to attend either or both events, on Thursday evening and/or throughout the day on Friday.  On Friday, you are invited to bring your own lunch and drink, or you can  avail of restaurants on campus.  The day will include guided meditations, walking meditation, a talk on integrating mindfulness into daily life and a period for questions.

VENUEAras Moyola.  Please click HERE for a campus map, where Aras Moyola is No. 14 on the map.

IMPORTANT:  PARKING ON CAMPUS  There is limited parking on campus, Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 17.30 and clamping is operation so please be sure to park in a Pay & Display space if you do not have a staff/student parking permit.

For more information visit www.mindfulnessireland.org/ and www.plumvillage.org
For more information regarding NUI Galway’s Mindful Way visit: www.nuigalway.ie/mindfulway

 We look forward to seeing you there!

Kind Regards,

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway team

Event Time
10.30
Venue
MY243 Lecture Theatre, Aras Moyola
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
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