Fun, Hip and Free: Street Art @ the Bernard Shaw by Charlotte McLaughlin

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Walking through the South Side of Dublin you may notice the bearded hipsters and the girls with dreadlocks and colours in their hair, but what you might not see is the Street Art. Dublin has exploded with colour in the last few years and the City is taking notice.  A recent live exhibition on ‘street art’ at The Bernard Shaw …

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Photography Retrospective by Mella Travers at St. Patrick’s Hospital

Walking Out By Mella Travers

Beyond the Dolls House is a retrospective of the past 12 years of my photographic practice. It focuses on issues …

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Dance Emergency at the 44th Lincoln Center Dance on Camera Festival, reviewed by Patricia Schneider

DANCEEMERGENCYOlwen Fouere And PEter Sheridan

On Friday, February 12th, I attended the North American Premiere of Deirdre Mulrooney’s captivating documentary, “Dance Emergency”. The film was …

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Celebrate Women Film-Makers at Guth Gafa International Documentary Festival, Kells, County Meath, October 2nd – 4th

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Guth Gafa (which means “Captive Voice”, in Irish), is celebrating the work of some of the leading women documentary filmmakers …

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Catch Dancer Luke Murphy’s Dublin Premiere of “Your Own Man/Mad Notions” at Bewley’s Cafe Theatre, in Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival

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Nobody seems to know what a langer is, everyone’s disappointed I was never in Riverdance, and I’m not sure why …

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From Brian Eno to the Type Trail – Plenty Freegan Food for Thought at Hay Festival Kells


From Freeganism, to the wonders of typography, over one month later my head is still spinning from all the food …

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“Journey to YU (in the footsteps of Rebecca West)” PHOTOIRELAND screenings at Temple Bar Gallery & Studios: July 14 – 17.

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“Journey to YU (in the footsteps of Rebecca West)” is a photo-documentary produced, written, and directed by Deirdre Mulrooney, inspired …

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“Form”, by Malcolm McGettigan at PHOTOIRELAND Festival 2015


FORM is a photographic study of human physique shot ringside at boxing and Muay Thai events. Large scale prints showcase …

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Palestine’s Answer to Yoko Ono? Catch “Open Bethlehem” and “Soup Over Bethlehem” at #PalFest today

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Surely no topic could be more depressing than that of the appalling injustices and violation of human rights going on, …

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Behind the Scenes with Film-Maker Liam O’Neill: an invitation to pledge to his indiegogo campaign for “Lost & Found”

Caroline Morahan Lf By Ken Coleman

Lost & Found is my first film as a writer/director in almost twenty years.  In the meantime I have been …

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Noelle Campbell-Sharp on Cill Rialaig, ORIGINALPRINTSOURCE.COM, & ’50 Shades of White’ at RIAI, until June 19th

Vulgo Hughie Odonoghue Kerry Retreat

“In 1920, a small local committee headed by a little bossy woman like myself saw the potential of St. Ives …

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