Updated: 28/04/15 : 13:18:35
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The Hermit Collective - Splinter Group for Ballymote Library

The Hermit Collective is a poetry/art/music ensemble founded in May 2014.They bring pop-up shows to venues throughout the northwest, hanging paintings, standing sculptures, delivering poems, putting on puppet-shows, playing acoustic music, and then taking it all away again. Their events are free, though art and books are available to buy, and musicians can be hired!With well over forty members, participants vary [...]  Read More...

Updated: 28/04/15 : 16:03:14
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Seamus Moran in New Solo Play - Have A Heart

Have A Heart is a one-man play written and performed by Seamus Moran and directed by Liam Halligan.A man who’s recently had a heart transplant thinks that his new heart is talking to him. Is he going insane, suffering side-effects from the medication or is it possible? Could this really be happening? When his new heart persuades him to embark on a major quest, his life and his world are turned upside down and [...]  Read More...

Updated: 20/04/15 : 09:58:18
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National Gallery unveils new portrait by Sligo based artist

A portrait of Dónal Lunny, one of Ireland’s legendary musicians and composers, was today (Friday, 17th April) unveiled in the National Gallery of Ireland. The portrait was specially commissioned by the National Gallery of Ireland as part of the inaugural Hennessy Portrait Prize.The artist, Nick Miller, winner of the Hennessy Portrait Prize in 2014, painted the portrait, Dónal Lunny, Playing, over a number of sittings in [...]  Read More...

Updated: 03/04/15 : 06:03:12
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Making News: Things Left Unsaid

04 Apr - 31 May 2015Opening: 04 Apr 5pm – 9pm Reception: 5-6pmArtist Talk: 6- 7pm  The Model is delighted to present ‘Making News: Things Left Unsaid’ by internationally renowned photographer Paul Seawright this April. The show is part of a larger tour, which began at the Culturel Irlandais in Paris and will then move to the Ulster Museum in Belfast. In his [...]  Read More...