Thursday, November 12, 2015

Nuala Holloway set for TG4 appearance

Tune into Ireland's TG4 on 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm for 'Comhrá' where Nuala Holloway will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career.

This interview will mark Nuala's first TV interview after many years of print media interviews, since she represented Ireland at the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Okinawa, Japan.

The interview will focus mainly on Nuala's life pursuing her early ambition to go to college, becoming fluent in the Irish language and subsequent career as a secondary school teacher and voluntary Irish language radio broadcaster.

Other areas will focus on Nuala's earlier career as a model, actress and former Miss Ireland, as well as her ongoing work as an artist and her ongoing academic studies, which currently include learning Chinese language and culture.

Friday, November 6, 2015

"Comhrá" on TG4 with Nuala Holloway

Tune into Ireland's TG4 on 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm for 'Comhrá' where Nuala Holloway will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career.

This interview will mark Nuala's first TV interview after many year of print media interviews, since she represented Ireland at the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Okinawa, Japan.

The interview will focus mainly on Nuala's life pursuing her early ambition to go to college, becoming fluent in the Irish language and subsequent career as a secondary school teacher and voluntary Irish language radio broadcaster.

Other areas will focus on Nuala's earlier career as a model, actress and former Miss Ireland, as well as her ongoing work as an artist and her ongoing academic studies, which currently include learning Chinese language and culture.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

"A painting fit for a president" with Nuala Holloway


FROM THE ARCHIVES:

National media coverage in Ireland's Sunday Independent on 29 May 2011 when Nuala Holloway's Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston" was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland.