Culture File: Pat Moylan's Business
From running a Dublin theatre to tooling up international productions, Pat Moylan knows the business of shows.
Culture File: Artangel's New Spaces
Artangel co-founder, James Lingwood, on art, space and his latest venture - into the digital.
Culture File: Bomi Odufunade's Mission
Bomi Odufunade, of world's first art advisory for African art, works to repatriate looted works of African art
Culture File: What Am I Working On?
Curators visiting this weekend's ARCOLisboa from Johannesburg, Medellin and Paris look to their future programs
Culture File: The Joy of Pizza
Pizza purists, Giorgio Casari and Lucio Paduano, on the battle to preserve Italian pizza culture
Culture File: Príbeh Romu
Words and music from the world's first and only museum of Roma culture, in Brno in the Czech Republic
Culture File: Please Stand For The 45th And Final President Of The United States Is President Donald Trump the target of the satire boom
Is President Donald Trump the target of the satire boom he has inspired, or its intended audience?
Culture File: Maguy Marin's Singspiele
Choreographer, Maguy Marin based her show, Singspiele, on a series of head shots plucked semi-randomly from the internet
Culture File: Katerina's Voyage
Linguist and singer, Katerina Garcia, sets off on a journey through Bohemian, Castilian, Catalan and Irish song
Culture File: Catalonia in Music
A mini-break in Catalonia, with Tordrá, Casals and The Catalan Chamber Orchestra's conductor, Joan Pàmies
Culture File: Reimagining Daniel
Is Daniel O'Donnell a pioneering artist with an instinctive grasp of the realities of end phase capitalism?
Culture File: Green Sleeves
From sermons-on-vinyl to kosmic celtic wigouts, at a new show of Irish album sleeves at the National Print Museum
Culture File: The Accidental Publisher (Part 2)
Michael O'Brien on creating a new Irish children's literature while fighting off the global publishing sharks
Culture File: The Accidental Publisher
Michael O'Brien, founder of the O'Brien Press, on starting an Irish publishing industry - and keeping it alive
Culture File: Obrigado Portugal
Celebrating the language and culture that links Portugal to Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde and beyond, with Juliana Menezes.
Culture File: The Ethnomusicologist's Cookbook
Ethnomusicologist, Sean Williams, on the rich connections between recipes and tunes; rice-cooking and music-making.
Culture File: Tea and Java
Linguist and ethnomusicologist, Sean Williams, on the 'old way' in the songs of Ireland and Java.
Culture File: Proofing Trump
Linguist, ethnomusicologist and gastromusicologist, Sean Williams, on the grammatic fragility of No. 45
Culture File: Is This The Best Bar In The World?
The tiny bar in the Czech city of Brno that elevates mixed drinks to what you might call art. Or perhaps, therapy
Culture File: Ball Alley Banshees and Drive In Bingo
Back inside artist, Michael Fortune's grain silo for tales of car-based bingo & other contemporary folk happenings
Culture File: Songs from The Silo
A grain silo salvaged by folklorist, Michael Fortune, has a new life as a performance space for traditional song
Culture File: Enter Stage Left
The theatre philosophy of Brecht is at the centre of Enter Stage Left, a new show at Cork's Glucksman Gallery
Culture File: Bringing up Zomben
The couple behind a new comic book set in the post-multipocalypse era, on crying, collaboration and zombies
Culture File: The Right To Repair
Aisling Kelliher on the latest skirmishes between the tinkerers and the makers of increasingly fix-hostile tech
Culture File: Odette at the Osmotheque
Scent correspondent, Odette Toilette, sniffs her way through forty years of classic perfumes
Culture File: History Through The Wringer
Austin O’Sullivan on one of the 20th century’s most influential inventions – the washing machine
Culture File: Farming Then
Austin O’Sullivan built the Irish Agricultural Museum from a collection of farm equipment he began in the 1970s
Culture File: Bitter Herbs and Blessed Eggs
Restaurateur, Giorgio Casari, on some persistent Easter traditions of his home town in Northern Italy
Culture File: Mssrs Levin and Levin, artistes
Actor-playwright, Aideen Wylde, calls her new play, Levin and Levin, an ode to displaced children across the world
Culture File: Salts of the World with Katie Kim
Katie Kim on 'going classical,' her latest album, Salt, and the distinctive taste of Hawaiian Red Clay salt
Culture File: Watching The Watchers with Big Brother Watch UK
Renata Samson of Big Brother Watch UK, is keeping an eye on who shares your data
Culture File: Literally the most popular artist in the world
Rated by museum admittances to her shows, Australian artist, Patricia Piccinini wins 2016
Culture File: Xyrena's scent memories
Love the chlorinated smell of a water ride? Dig the choco whiff of nutella? Killian Wells has the perfume for you
Culture File: The Dancer's Journey
Rebeca Mateos Morante's dancing days lead from the Latin phase of Madonna to the philosophy of Jacques Lacan
Culture File: Finding Máirtín Ó Cadhain...in Prague
Radvan Markus is a rather singular creature: a Czech gaeilgeoir and translator of Irish literature
Culture File: Nick Zollicker, Smell Detective
Real life smell scientist, Avery Gilbert, has created a fictional sleuth specialising in fragrant mysteries
Culture File: The Eternal Light of Harry Clarke
Among the lilacs, greens, scarlets and deep, deep blues of Harry Clarke’s stained glass in St Mary's, Ballinrobe
Culture File: Lady Chatterley’s Tinderbot
Artist, Libby Heaney’s online love experiment, Lady Chatterley’s Tinderbot, set a Lawrencian chatbot loose on Tinder
Culture File: What is it with organs and dictators?
Opera director, Michael Sturminger mediates on pipes and power in Call Me God, his collab with John Malkovich
Culture File: Confetti Falling in the Rain
Colette Cassidy and Nigel Clark on their first set of original soon-to-be-standards written by the pair
Culture File: Live at King John's Castle
Medievalist, Catherine Swift, talks to Culture File about viking Limerick, the surnames of old Limerick and what we know about the origins and uses of King John's Castle
Culture File: Manga, it's not just for kids y'know...
Katsushika Hokusai and the 19th century roots of Japanese graphic storytelling
Culture File: The Darkness Is Gaining On Bela Tarr
The world's greatest living filmmaker, Bela Tarr, on film, philosophy and the fading of the light
Culture File: View from the Corner Office
Gazing into the future of the Elbphilharmonie, with the director of Hamburg's new hall, Christoph Lieben-Seutter
Culture File: The Elbphilharmonie Opens
Six years late and ten times over-budget, Hamburg's new concert hall, The Elbphilharmonie, is ready for action
Culture File: St Pauli Street Arts
Hamburg's St Pauli district (crest: the skull and crossbones) sees itself as the heart of alternative Hamburg
Culture File: Choice Prize winners, Rusangano Family
Shannon-based rap trio and Choice Music Prize-winners, Rusangano Family, on soul, the real and the fake
Culture File: Birds of Olympus Fly South
Spud, from Wicklow psychedelic pop band, Birds of Olympus, prepares for a trip to SxSW Festival in Austin, Texas
Culture File: The Palette of Prehistory
At UCC, Maria McNamara has been investigating the evolution of colour in animals through deep time
Culture File: The Biology of Making
A petri dish of international artists and academics interested the natural world meetup at Make 2017
Culture File: In a Leafscape
Painter, Jess Shepherd, leads us into her 'botanical dystopia' with the help of sound artist, Hoodlum Priest
Culture File: Culture as a Weapon (Part 2/2)
Nato Thompson on the hijacking of social justice issues by massive brands & his favourite resistance strategies
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