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  1. Stiúideo na Coiríbe

    Annaghdown, Galway

    Stiúideo na Coiríbe is a purpose buit art school beside the studio of artist Jim Kavanagh. The school is located by the senic shores of Lough Corrib approximately 12 kilometres north of Galway City. Read more

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  2. Galway Art School

    Corrandulla, Galway

    Galway Art Schools' purposebuilt studio is located a 20 minute drive from Galway City Centre. We offer art party events for groups, and art classes for children and adults all year round. Read more

  3. Sherkin Island Summer Art Workshops

    Sherkin Island, Cork

    Sherkin Island Summer Art Workshop brings together, for a five-day period (Monday to Friday), experienced, beginner and emerging artists who have a common interest in art. Read more

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  4. Galway Language Centre

    Galway City, Galway

    English language school for foreign students.


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  5. National University of Ireland, Galway

    Galway City, Galway

    NUI Galway boasts excellent conference facilities of the highest international standard and English Language courses. Read more

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  6. Conamara Irish Culture Experience

    Spiddal, Galway

    Cnoc Suain, the award-winning eco/cultural hill village of thatched stone cottages, dating back to 1691, offers a unique window into Irish/Gaelic culture. Read more

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  7. Connemara Candles

    Oughterard, Galway

    Connemara Candles was established in 1988 by Walter de Lacy. The business is family run, and is located one mile to the East of Oughterard village. Only the finest quality paraffin wax is used in the production of the candles. Read more

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  8. Conamara Irish Culture Experience

    Spiddal, Galway

    Cnoc Suain, the award-winning eco/cultural hill village of thatched stone cottages, dating back to 1691, offers a unique window into Irish/Gaelic culture. Read more

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  9. Alan Gaillard Stoneware Pottery

    Clifden, Galway

    Gaillard Pottery was first created in the early 1970's in Dublin by Alan Gaillard Shattock and has recently re-opened at his new purpose built studio in Clifden, Connemara. Read more

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  10. Gaelsaoire Gaeltacht Holidays

    Furbo, Galway

    Counties Galway and Mayo both contain large Gaeltacht areas. The Gaeltacht is the term used to refer to those areas of Ireland in which the Irish language ( Gaeilge ) is still spoken. Read more

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