Nuala’s appearance on ‘Hello China’

Listen below to Nuala Holloway, a Chinese language and culture student, on ‘Hello China’
on Dublin City FM with her UCD colleagues, discuss learning the language and its importance in a modern and ever changing Ireland.



Fractured Lillies – 1916

“Fractured Lillies – 1916” by Nuala Holloway – Oil on Canvas

This painting is a homage to the seven executed leaders of the 1916 Rising who signed the Proclamation. The lily, a symbol of hope and life is used to commemorate each young man who died in their fight for an independent Ireland.

Fractured Lillies 1916

Nuala’s TV interview set for November 19th 2015

Nuala Holloway as Miss Ireland at the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Okinawa, Japan

Nuala Holloway as Miss Ireland at the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Okinawa, Japan

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.


Nuala set for TG4 Appearance

Nuala Holloway will be appearing soon as a guest on the Irish language programme “Comhrá” on Ireland’s TG4. As a fluent speaker of the Irish language Nuala will be interviewed in the language about her life and career as a teacher, model, former Miss Ireland, actress and artist. Details of the air date will be posted soon!

Dalkey Island From Killiney Hill

Nuala Holloway’s Oil Painting “Dalkey Island from Killiney Hill” is now on exhibit at Bait @TheCornerNote in Dalkey, Co. Dublin. This work was previously on exhibit in Dalkey during the Dalkey Book Festival along with “Dawn Skies Over Dalkey Island” at No.2 Railway Road. The Oil on Canvas painting depicts a Summer’s day view overlooking Dalkey Island and Sorento Terrace from atop Killiney Hill on the East coast of Co. Dublin.