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Sunday, 01 February 2015 - Saturday, 28 February 2015

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Wednesday, 04 February 2015 Organiser Location
Postgraduate Open Day

Talk to lecturers and current postgraduate students about the wide range of taught and research programmes available to you. Details of talks at www.nuigalway.ie/opendays

NUI Galway Bailey Allen Hall


Thursday, 05 February 2015 Organiser Location
Arts in Action event: LOUISE MULCAHY

Arts in Action event: LOUISE MULCAHY

College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn
Tours of Archives and Special Collections

Meet in the foyer of the Hardiman Building and enjoy a tour led by Hardiman Library archivists who will lead you through the 'Performing Ireland' Abbey Theatre Digital Archive exhibition, see the new reading room and learn more about the rich treasures and unique collections of the Hardiman Library, dating from the 15th Century to present day.

Archives & Special Collections Hardiman Building


Monday, 09 February 2015 Organiser Location
Múscailt Festival

NUI Galway’s 15th annual NUI Galway Arts Festival  runs from 9-13 February and will contain a superb programme of art, music, performance, song, talks and workshops, with many free events to which the public are welcome.


All exhibitions are open Monday to Saturday. For a copy of the programme or further information contact the Arts Office at or 091 495098, or visit www.muscailt.nuigalway.ie.


Tickets and information for society events will be available from the Socsbox at 091 492852 or socsbox@socs.nuigalway.ie. Cabaret tickets are also available from the Town Hall Theatre (091-569777 or www.tht.ie). Tickets for the Fleadh Fundraiser are available at OPUS II, High Street, Galway; Salthill Post Office; the Town Hall Theatre; and The Forge, Moycullen. More information on Fleadh Fundraiser is available at www.galwayfleadh.ie or 085 8408746.

Arts Office NUI Galway Campus


Tuesday, 10 February 2015 Organiser Location
Múscailt Festival

NUI Galway’s 15th annual NUI Galway Arts Festival  runs from 9-13 February and will contain a superb programme of art, music, performance, song, talks and workshops, with many free events to which the public are welcome.


All exhibitions are open Monday to Saturday. For a copy of the programme or further information contact the Arts Office at or 091 495098, or visit www.muscailt.nuigalway.ie.


Tickets and information for society events will be available from the Socsbox at 091 492852 or socsbox@socs.nuigalway.ie. Cabaret tickets are also available from the Town Hall Theatre (091-569777 or www.tht.ie). Tickets for the Fleadh Fundraiser are available at OPUS II, High Street, Galway; Salthill Post Office; the Town Hall Theatre; and The Forge, Moycullen. More information on Fleadh Fundraiser is available at www.galwayfleadh.ie or 085 8408746.

Arts Office NUI Galway Campus


Wednesday, 11 February 2015 Organiser Location
Múscailt Festival

NUI Galway’s 15th annual NUI Galway Arts Festival  runs from 9-13 February and will contain a superb programme of art, music, performance, song, talks and workshops, with many free events to which the public are welcome.


All exhibitions are open Monday to Saturday. For a copy of the programme or further information contact the Arts Office at or 091 495098, or visit www.muscailt.nuigalway.ie.


Tickets and information for society events will be available from the Socsbox at 091 492852 or socsbox@socs.nuigalway.ie. Cabaret tickets are also available from the Town Hall Theatre (091-569777 or www.tht.ie). Tickets for the Fleadh Fundraiser are available at OPUS II, High Street, Galway; Salthill Post Office; the Town Hall Theatre; and The Forge, Moycullen. More information on Fleadh Fundraiser is available at www.galwayfleadh.ie or 085 8408746.

Arts Office NUI Galway Campus


Thursday, 12 February 2015 Organiser Location
Múscailt Festival

NUI Galway’s 15th annual NUI Galway Arts Festival  runs from 9-13 February and will contain a superb programme of art, music, performance, song, talks and workshops, with many free events to which the public are welcome.


All exhibitions are open Monday to Saturday. For a copy of the programme or further information contact the Arts Office at or 091 495098, or visit www.muscailt.nuigalway.ie.


Tickets and information for society events will be available from the Socsbox at 091 492852 or socsbox@socs.nuigalway.ie. Cabaret tickets are also available from the Town Hall Theatre (091-569777 or www.tht.ie). Tickets for the Fleadh Fundraiser are available at OPUS II, High Street, Galway; Salthill Post Office; the Town Hall Theatre; and The Forge, Moycullen. More information on Fleadh Fundraiser is available at www.galwayfleadh.ie or 085 8408746.

Arts Office NUI Galway Campus
Tours of Archives and Special Collections

Meet in the foyer of the Hardiman Building and enjoy a tour led by Hardiman Library archivists who will lead you through the 'Performing Ireland' Abbey Theatre Digital Archive exhibition, see the new reading room and learn more about the rich treasures and unique collections of the Hardiman Library, dating from the 15th Century to present day.

Archives & Special Collections Hardiman Building


Friday, 13 February 2015 Organiser Location
Múscailt Festival

NUI Galway’s 15th annual NUI Galway Arts Festival  runs from 9-13 February and will contain a superb programme of art, music, performance, song, talks and workshops, with many free events to which the public are welcome.


All exhibitions are open Monday to Saturday. For a copy of the programme or further information contact the Arts Office at or 091 495098, or visit www.muscailt.nuigalway.ie.


Tickets and information for society events will be available from the Socsbox at 091 492852 or socsbox@socs.nuigalway.ie. Cabaret tickets are also available from the Town Hall Theatre (091-569777 or www.tht.ie). Tickets for the Fleadh Fundraiser are available at OPUS II, High Street, Galway; Salthill Post Office; the Town Hall Theatre; and The Forge, Moycullen. More information on Fleadh Fundraiser is available at www.galwayfleadh.ie or 085 8408746.

Arts Office NUI Galway Campus


Thursday, 19 February 2015 Organiser Location
Tours of Archives and Special Collections

Meet in the foyer of the Hardiman Building and enjoy a tour led by Hardiman Library archivists who will lead you through the 'Performing Ireland' Abbey Theatre Digital Archive exhibition, see the new reading room and learn more about the rich treasures and unique collections of the Hardiman Library, dating from the 15th Century to present day.

Archives & Special Collections Hardiman Building
Arts in Action event: NELL NÍ CHRÓINÍN & LILLIS Ó LAOIRE

Arts in Action event: NELL NÍ CHRÓINÍN & LILLIS Ó LAOIRE

College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn
CROÍ GLAN Integrated Dance Company: "Rhythm of Fierce" Performance

This is a show for everyone who’s ever boogied in their bedroom and felt their fierce freak on the dance-floor. 


With some surprising use of wheelchairs, it combines the light uplifting high with the dark and provocative of club culture. Above all this striking performance, rewards audiences with a performance that excites, challenges and glitters.


Croí Glan collaborated with choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir to make this new un-miss able performance that rides the energy of club classics from the nineties and envelops the audience is a world of fabulous imagination and primal rhythm.


CROI GLAN, based in Cork and founded by Tara Brandel and Rhona Coughlan, has wowed audiences since 2006 at home in Ireland and internationally, receiving critical acclaim for its work. The company has earned a reputation for its commitment to integrated innovative dance both in its performance and education programmes. Croí Glan highlights the cutting edge artistic value of creating performance with diverse bodies, by producing high calibre work with esteemed choreographers from Ireland and abroad, touring nationally and internationally.


www.croiglan.com


BOOK NOW at www.eventbrite.ie/e/croi-glan-rhythm-of-fierce-tickets-15531478069

CROÍ GLAN Integrated Dance Company/Centre for Irish Studies The Cube, Bailey Allen building


Friday, 20 February 2015 Organiser Location
CROÍ GLAN Integrated Dance Company: Integrated Dance Workshop

Integrated dance provides a unique non-verbal environment where disabled and able-bodied people feel their equality and shared humanity through an immediate and visceral experience.


Open to anyone, with or without a disability, who would like to experience integrated dance.


For further information on performance and workshop, & book workshop places, contact Ríonach at galwaydancedays@gmail.com.

CROÍ GLAN Integrated Dance Company/Centre for Irish Studies St Josephs Community Centre, Ashe Rd, Shantalla


Monday, 23 February 2015 Organiser Location
IT Research Seminar – Guerrilla Analytics

Doing data science is difficult. Projects are typically very dynamic with requirements that change as data understanding grows. The data itself arrives piecemeal, is added to, replaced, contains undiscovered flaws and comes from a variety of sources. Teams have mixed skill sets and tooling is often limited. Despite these disruptions, a data science team must get off the ground fast and begin demonstrating value with traceable, explainable, tested work products. This is when you need Guerrilla Analytics.


In this talk, you will learn about:



  • The Guerrilla Analytics Principles: simple rules of thumb for maintaining data provenance across the entire analytics life cycle from data extraction, through analysis to reporting.

  • Reproducible, traceable analytics: how to design and implement work products that are reproducible, testable and stand up to external scrutiny.

  • War stories: practice tips on actual project challenges encountered in consulting, pre-sales and research.

  • Preparing for battle: how to set up your team's analytics environment in terms of tooling, skill sets, workflows and conventions.

Information Technology AC003, D’Arcy Thompson Lecture, Arts/Science Building


Thursday, 26 February 2015 Organiser Location
Tours of Archives and Special Collections

Meet in the foyer of the Hardiman Building and enjoy a tour led by Hardiman Library archivists who will lead you through the 'Performing Ireland' Abbey Theatre Digital Archive exhibition, see the new reading room and learn more about the rich treasures and unique collections of the Hardiman Library, dating from the 15th Century to present day.

Archives & Special Collections Hardiman Building
Arts in Action event: SARAH O'TOOLE AND CAROLINE LYNCH CAST A FEMINIST EYE ON THE LIFE OF MAUD GONNE

Arts in Action event: SARAH O'TOOLE AND CAROLINE LYNCH CAST A FEMINIST EYE ON THE LIFE OF MAUD GONNE

College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn


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