VULGO, It’s the People. The voice of the people. VULGO is a multidisciplinary Irish Culture Magazine, giving virtual voice, precious insights, and maybe even occasional epiphanies to those afflicted by cultural passion. Blurring boundaries, VULGO embraces everything from theatre to star-gazing, dance, movies, performance art, technology, photography, opera, the economy (of course) and visual arts to walking, traffic lights, singing icons and um, sometimes even taxidermy….
A note from VULGO, to the Culturally-afflicted. VULGO is on the prowl for contributions, collaborations, and synergies. VULGO is an arena for your thoughts, projects and experiences. If you are afflicted by cultural passion, we’d love to help you get it off your chest – and propel your affliction out into the VULGO-verse. Are you cooking up a cultural project? A play? A choreography? A song? A photographic experiment? Might you like to give VULGO a virtual window into your process? Have you seen something that you felt was really special that more people should see? Tell VULGO all about it. Have you participated in an Irish Film Festival in the Middle East? VULGO is interested. Are you enthralled by a hot new DJ talent? Tell VULGO. Are you performing in an Irish play touring the United States? Publish your diary on VULGO. We’d love to hear about anything quirky, off-the-beaten track, and cultural with a view to sharing it with the VULGO-verse. We are very excited about the notion of exploiting the multimedia potentialities of the online magazine format, and hence are looking for original audio for VULGO podcasts, videos and audio-slideshows for VULGOvideo. If you fancy debuting your…
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Nightly Poetry and Song in Joyce Tower, June 7 – 9
Fair City Actor David Heap reports on his Week Helping Out in the Calais “Jungle”
Fun, Hip and Free: Street Art @ the Bernard Shaw by Charlotte McLaughlin
Photography Retrospective by Mella Travers at St. Patrick’s Hospital
Dance Emergency at the 44th Lincoln Center Dance on Camera Festival, reviewed by Patricia Schneider
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