While this year’s Galway Cartoon Festival may be slightly curtailed, due to some pesky virus or other, we can guarantee to bring a smile to your face! With a major exhibition of over 100 cartoons, taking in the current pandemic from every possible angle, The New Normal will be on view at The 2020 Hub premises in the Cornstore on Middle Street, alongside Tarraing é I nGaeilge– an exhibition of cartoons in the Irish Language.
Galway International Arts Festival have announced their Autumn Edition programme. This September and October in Galway city and county. Indoors and outdoors, in person and online, all with your safety in mind. See some exciting Visual Art installstions that will surely ignite the imagination of everyone - young and old.
The 24th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children will take place in October. The programme for 2020 will safely bring live performances, creative artistic experiences, visual art installations and interactive digital experiences to theatres, classrooms and homes over an extended period of several weeks.
Ranked the 11th most popular free tourist attraction in Ireland. Galway City Museum has three floors of exciting exhibitions engaging visitors in the archaeology, history and sea science of Galway. The attraction is one of Galway’s most popular cultural hotspots.
Staying true to the original themes of Language, Landscape and Migration, the reimagined programme, which will take place from September 2020 to March 2021, will include both live and digital components, offering audiences the possibility to attend events in person, or experience elements of the programme online from home.