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Mayo County Council Arts Service is delighted to announce the deadline for the following awards: Mayo Arts Service Creative Ireland Cultural Diversity Curatorial Award and the Film Mayo Creative Ireland Award. The deadline for these awards is Monday, November 16.
Rashida Jones plays Laura; she is a writer with writer's block and raising two daughters with her husband Dean. Lately she has noticed Dean is distant and not affectionate.
The Linenhall Arts Centre is delighted to present a range of exciting arts events and opportunities for families, schools and artists as part of RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Season 2020.
On November 7, Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture youth music project, Livefeed, will host a live online event featuring young musicians and songwriters from Galway city and county. The event will be livestreamed via the Livefeed Facebook, YouTube and Twitch accounts at 7pm and available to watch after the event on YouTube. The event will also feature as part of the TRIBES Youth Arts Festival programme.
Rashida Jones plays Laura; she is a writer with writer's block and raising two daughters with her husband Dean. Lately she has noticed Dean is distant and not affectionate. His business is starting to take off so he is away from home a lot. When she goes to meet him at a work event she notices how friendly he is with a younger beautiful colleague which only adds to her suspicion. While having lunch with her father Felix, she tells him what has been bothering her. Instantly he assumes the worst (himself a life long womaniser). Rather than consoling Laura he takes the opportunity to bond with her on catching Dean out. They then spending the weekend stalking him around New York looking for evidence.
Carpe Diem - Sing And Play: Remembering Eimear is a novel online performance challenge, commencing on Sunday November 1 2020 on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. It will run for two weeks and is open to all levels of proficiency.
HARLEAN PALFREY, the Galway singer-songwriter, will release her new album, Twists Of L, tomorrow, Friday October 30. "The title describes twists of life, love, and discovering light in shifting times," the singer says.
THE OPACAS, the virtual band featuring members from Galway and Leeds released their second single, 'She Walks Away', along with a video featuring an array of local acting talent.
Business to Arts is calling for Galway nominations for the annual Business to Arts Awards which champion businesses, artists and arts organisations across the country that work together in areas such as sponsorship, commissioning and CSR programmes, which involve creativity in the community and in the workplace.
Today marks the official launch of the ‘Science on Screen Film Festival Ireland’ an exciting new annual Irish Film Festival, running from November 5-8 online. The Festival will showcase the best of science in film and this year incorporates themes of representation and diversity in science and the value of art-science collaborations.