Highlights Arts And Culture
Arts and Culture
“Fashion passes, style remains” is the rather splendid motto of the late Coco Chanel and also the theme of the 2017 edition of the Franco-Irish Literary Festival.
“We all yearn for certainty but nothing is certain”. Aleana Egan talks to us about the constructive power of uncertainty and the centrality of literary influences to her work
A sprightly 95, Iris Apfel stands adrift as that rarest of creatures – a true style maven.
An astute and fastidious examination of the most timely of concerns.
Fangs out for the world première of Siobhán Cleary’s Vampirella this month.
First Up is a series of free lunchtime talks in Trinity College where creative entrepreneurs share their insights into the paths they forge, the sacrifices they make and the sweet glories which propel them on.
Young Blood places the voices, rhythms, musings and mutterings of a young Irish generation front and centre, as they dissect and celebrate Ireland ‘as she is’.
PLASTIK: Festival of Artists’ Moving Image returns to Temple Bar this month exploring the development of video art beyond film to encompass the diversity of technologies and platforms offered by digital and the internet.
The Library Project’s New Irish Series continues with Yvette Monahan’s The Thousand Year Old Boy.
Irish photographer Richard Mosse returns this spring with some thermal trickery in two exhibits examining the refugee crisis.
With a pink swish of hot to trot sass and non-conformist ass, a new incarnation of Pussys is born.
Get thee to a Guinean dance workshop with Idrissa Camara, the choreographer behind the dance theatre company Ballet Nimba.
“There was nothing else on,” explains Donal Dineen in terms of why No Disco became such a seminal TV music show.
Promising “Four Great Days”, the festival has devised a programme which extends well beyond the usual expectations.
A new festival experience for fans of innovative music-making, SPECTRUM presents a widely diverse programme of music that flows through the prism of the jazz approach
We caught up with illustrator, animator and signwriter Holly Pereira ahead of her appearance at RHA Hennessy Lost Fridays to discuss illustration, her love of big letters and the creatives that most inspire her.
“Connecting with other queer voices can create a space of self reflection and affirmation”. Visual artist and educator Emma Haugh talks to us about Having a Kiki: Queer Desire and Public Space, the latest book to be published by Berlin and Dublin-based Paper Visual Art.
Irish theatre figurehead Olwen Fouéré’s newest work is a magical realist theatre pulling in several directions