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Until 23rd June @ Outset Gallery 

‘‘Volume1’’ will feature a stellar line up of Artists exploring abstraction through painting. Each artist has a unique voice and visual language that is expressed through natural and geometric forms, vibrant palettes and tactile surfaces. This exhibition will feature works by: Sarah Wren; Cian Walker; Taffina Flood; Luke Reidy; Ellen Duffy; Shea Dalton and Jane Fogarty


Until 29th June @ Galway Arts Centre

Dive into Valentina Desideri and Denise Ferreira da Silva’s fascinating exhibition ‘Reading with Echo’ as Galway Arts Centre is re-imagined as a place of radical collective healing. Join us for Poethical Tarot Readings that observe historic and contemporary interconnectedness and activate a new political imaginary and understanding of place. Thematically the Tarot readings will draw from cultural activism, black feminism, queer dynamics, the politics of care, and broader sociopolitical existential questioning in an attempt to sense the complexity of our present time & our potential collective future.


Opening 14th – 23rd June @ 126 Gallery

3rd Year ATU end of year show – Opening night friday 14th June from 6-9PM – The exhibition Gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday until 23rd June.


June 14th – 23rd @ Oughterard Courthouse

ENDLESS HORIZONS, the uachtarArts group exhibition, which will be a fabulous and diverse show as always. OCAP (Oughterard Courthouse Arts Programme) is a voluntary group that was formed to run Visual Arts Exhibitions during the Summer months in Ougterard Courthouse with support from both Oughterard Courthouse Conservation & Heritage Company and Galway County Council.

Ar an Imeall / On the Edge

Until June 20th @ Áras Éanna Ionad Ealaíne Inis Oírr

Corrib Lacemakers first exhition on Inis Oírr. Also on display are two antique Irish Crochet Lace dresses on loan from the Traditional Lace Makers of Ireland.

Galway Uke Fest

21st – 23rd June at Multiple Locations

The Galway Uke Fest has evolved into a global sensation, captivating audiences with its infectious tunes and heartwarming spirit. Last year, over 500 players from various corners of the world flocked to Galway, contributing to the festival’s growing reputation as a must-attend celebration of all things ukulele. Building on the success of previous years, the Galway Uke Fest 2024 boasts a diverse and engaging programme designed to cater to players of all levels. From workshops conducted by industry experts to lively performances by renowned artists, the festival promises an unforgettable experience for every attendee.

Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland

Every Saturday

CCMI have spent much of the last year revamping this national treasure putting in place new thematic displays including a games zone with original Xbox consoles connected on a pre-broadband LAN (Local Area Network) to allow multiple players on one game. One of the new exhibitions is devoted to Apple Computer, highlighting different periods in the company’s history including the late 1970s to the mid 1980s with the themes of innovation, creativity, youth and counterculture.

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