I'm absolutely over the moon to share with you that some of the children from my art class has been picked to light up some iconic buildings in Galway this Friday 27th January as part of the light show to honor our wonderful goddess/ St. Brigid.
I am letting the national schools know that there pupils have been picked for this project as It's such a wonderful achievement for them all.
The children's artwork that entered the project and got picked from the Garrafrauns area are as follows.
All the details are below.
This year Herstory will spark the national St. Brigid’s Day celebrations in Galway city on Friday 27th January with a spectacular Herstory Light Show from 5.30pm until midnight in honour of Brigid and Galway women. Iconic landmarks will be illuminated including Lynch’s Castle, St. Nicholas Church, Galway City Museum and Pálás Cinema.
HERSTORY LIGHT SHOW SCHEDULE
Friday 27th January 2023
5.30 - 7pm: Lynch’s Castle
7.30 - 8.45pm: St. Nicholas’ Church
9.00 -10pm: Galway City Museum
10.30pm - 12.00am: Pálás Cinema
The Herstory Light Show is co-produced with Dodeca funded by Galway City Council and Creative Ireland programme, with curation by Herstory in partnership with Galway City Arts Office.
The Galway illuminations will celebrate Brigid and the strength and spirit of Galway women.
Galway City Arts Officer Kate Howard says: “We are thrilled to present The Herstory Light Show and the work of so many wonderful Galway artists on January 27th, in the lead-up to St Brigid’s Day and the first public holiday in her honour! '