We’ve got one Family Pass (2 adults & 2 children) to visit the Titanic experience up for grabs!
We catch up with Conaill O’Dwyer, a young Irish designer whose abstract take on traditional male threads is looking to realign the structure of menswear in Ireland.
Don’t expect the universe to stop expanding any time soon.
It’s natural to be sceptical when a lost, unknown text is published posthumously, not least when it is the subject of lofty praise and flattering comparisons straight away.
It is worth stating clearly that Jessa Crispin certainly does consider herself a feminist. It is other people who are not: her book tells the story of a scourge of false – if well-intentioned – feminists, bungling in and mucking up the movement.
Mention that you’re reading a book on transhumanism and you’ll likely get a few raised eyebrows.
Creating compelling female characters that don’t resort to the ‘strong female character’ trope is an imperative task, and one that Gay performs admirably.
A sustained reflection on Auster’s own relationship with the written word and allows him, in typical Auster fashion, to insert stories within the story.
Five attendees deliver their verdict on the annual design conference Offset.
Rage-inducing and relentless in its depiction of the cruel realities of life for forced sex workers, the novel draws its power from Harding’s talent for voice and characterisation.
From across the floor, there’s a shimmer of almost two hundred or so girls and three boys as they await their moment to spring and shine.
We featured a slightly fresher-faced Michael John Gorman in issue #10 in July 2005 around his Save The Robots exhibition in The Ark. He reflects on that time and his life course since then.
Recent NCAD graduate George Murray managed to create a final collection that not only triumphed aesthetically but managed to speak consciously about the effect of fast fashion in the world.
Joel Conroy had released his acclaimed surfing documentary Waveriders when we featured him in our 55th edition in April 2009. Here he reflects on that moment and what it led to.
To coincide with St Patrick’s week of celebrations this year the Fitzwilliam Casino and Card Club hosts the first gaming event of its kind in Ireland as players pit their skills against the dealers and the house over four days from March 16th to March 19th.
We asked Matthew Bolger & Emelie Lidström (M&E) to illustrate our first cover of 2010 (issue #64). The couple consider that time and the intervening seven years in six paragraphs.
Spanning six decades since 1955, Art Record Covers showcases over 500 covers taking in modernism, Pop Art, Conceptual Art and postmoderism.
Niall McCann is Lost in France and angry at the system. The director discusses music, class and selling out.