Cambridge student Blanca Schofield Legorburo is disrupting the social order by turning nude photographs into celebratory pieces of art.
This post-punk band are bringing sonic resonances to Ireland’s political past and present with their new single “Laundries”.
The youngest trainer and jockey to win a Breeders’ Cup World Championship race, Joseph Patrick O’Brien, spoke to a wide range of university students via Zoom on Friday evening.
Aisling Murray, the head of programming at Science Gallery Dublin, and Mairéad Hurley, head of research and learning, on the importance of collaboration between the arts and sciences.
Natalya O’Flaherty and Sasha Terfous, prominent names in the spoken word poetry scene, talk about what’s next for the art form as increased restrictions loom.
Friends and fans of DUPA can enjoy a pandemic-fuelled exploration of what it means to feel at home, in its first virtual exhibition.
‘A Farewell To Reason’ was released during lockdown and is available digitally on all major streaming platforms, with vinyl available to purchase online.
Bernardine Evaristo, who teaches Creative Writing at Brunel University London, has written eight novels.
Due to its compulsory full body outerwear and the separation of opponents in competition by sword, fencing is the perfect sport to take up this term.
After the two biggest festivals in the Irish theatrical calendar had to drastically reduce and cancel swathes of their programming overnight, we ask what’s next for the sector.