The Culture File Weekly 120419: RGKS Cribs #1, Anni Albers, Frank Patterson and Dr. Strangely Strange
A dip at Killiney with the 'post-exhibition' pioneers of RGKS Cribs #1, the loquacious threads of textile trailblazer, Anni Albers, the two careers of tenor, Frank Patterson, and the wonky delights of Ireland's notable contribution to the psychedelic folk genre, Dr. Strangely Strange
Culture File 'Likes': Dominic Moore
Cork Writer and puppeteer, Dominic Moore shares some of the books, tv music and scent that's drawn his attention
Culture File: RGKS Cribs: Not Another Gallery Opening
Curators Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain have launched a series of anti-exhibitions called RGKS Cribs
Culture File: Ireland's Golden Tenor
The voice of Frank Patterson is celebrated in a new show starring family members, Des Keogh and Gerald Peregrine
Culture File: There Goes Dr Strangely Strange
Adrian Whittaker chronicles vintage psychedelic folk band, Dr Strangely Strange and their eternally wonky art.
Culture File: Anni Albers
The ever-relevant learnings of twentieth century artist, weaver, and materials soothsayer, Anni Albers.
The Culture File Weekly 050419: Contemporary African Art
A special edition on new art from Africa and the diaspora, seeking out artist and gallerists from Hoxton in East London to Victoria Island, Lagos, and meeting along the way Maryam Lawal, Asiko, Ayesha Feisal, Kojo Marfo, Emmanuel Unaaaji.
Culture File 'Likes': Director, Tom Creed
Opera and theatre director, Tom Creed, shares with us some of the things he's been consuming with relish...
Culture File African Art Week: More HAART
Culture File visits the first show at African art gallery, HAART, to hear from Àsìkò, Aisha Failsal & Maryam Lawal
Culture File African Art Week: HAART
House of Africa Art (HAART) is a 'combined arts platform' built in London by lawyer-turned-gallerist, Maryam Lawal
Culture File African Art Week: Ade Adekola
Ade Adekola is an architect-turned-artist returned to Lagos after working in Silicon Valley, Berlin and beyond
Culture File's African Art Week: Hannah O'Leary
Sotheby's sale of Modern and Contemporary African Art is curated by Irishwoman, Hannah O'Leary
The Culture File Weekly 290319: Anne Imhof, Sile Denvir and Barry Kerry, Moses Rowen, The Madrugada
This Weekly, stories of Cork in the weirdness of the small hours, with The Madrugada; of London underground beneath Tate Modern with Anne Imhof, of Invern on a beach 100 years ago with Sile Denvir and Barry Kerry, and in New York City in a burning building, with designer, Moses Rowen.
Culture File 'Likes': Heather O'Leary
Sotheby's Head of Modern & Contemporary African Art, Heather O'Leary, on her favs in films, books, food and scent
Culture File: Anne Imhof's Sex
Bring your ears to Sex, the four-hour-ish Tate Modern performance from German It-artist, Anne Imhof
Culture File: The Meeting of Pipes and Tubes
Painter-musician, Barry Kerry gathers on stage his paintings, along with pipers, singers and players for Continuum
Culture File: Moses Rowen & The Hitherto Unsolvable
Irish innovation designer, Moses Rowen, tackles problems as diverse as electric vehicles and keeping NYFD cool
Culture File: The Madrugada
Cork in the hours between midnight and dawn inspires a new show based on the writing of the singer, Mick Lynch
The Culture File Weekly: Ustad Saami; Old Norse Myth; Dance Share
The microtonal sound of old Karachi drives a new collaboration from super-producer, Ian Brennan and Surti singer, Ustad Saami; a visit to the place puppetry and contemporary dance meet; and a trip to Ragnarok with Prof Helen O'Donoghue.
Culture File 'Likes': Georgina Jackson
Curator and Director of the Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Georgina Jackson shares her choices in film, books, music, food and scent
Culture File: God Is Not A Terrorist
Ian Brennan on recording the last singer of 49-note, microtonal, pre-Islamic music, of Karachi's Ustad Saami
Culture File: Dance Share
Aoibhinn O’Dea is an artist whose work has happened in sculpture, puppetry, food, and most recently via dance
Culture File: Ragnarok 'n' Roll
Old Norse mythology, according to Prof Heather O’Donoghue, has had a lasting impact on western European culture
The Culture File Weekly 150319: All of the Rembrandts, srsly
In this special All-Rembrandt-All-The-Time edition, we travel to Amsterdam to join in the Netherland's celebrations of the 350th Anniversary of Rembrandt Van Rijn. For the event, the Rijksmuseum has on display every one of its Rembrandt holdings - a treasure through which curator and Rembrandt biographer, Jonathan Bikker leads Culture File.
Culture File 'Likes': Eoghan Nolan
Copywriter and brand wrangler at Brand Artillery, Eoghan Nolan shares some of the music, tv & smells he <3
Culture File: Not all the Rembrants, but the greatest?
Rijksmuseum curator, Johnathan Bikker picks two favourites: the early Jeremiah (1630) & The Jewish Bride (1667)
Culture File: Some of the Rembrandts
Rijksmuseum curator & Rembrandt biographer, Jonathan Bikker, on what's to love about the Dutch Golden Age superstar
Culture File: Firehouse Shenanigans at the Rising (Redux)
Las Fallon on the double lives of the Dublin Fire Brigade during the events of Dublin 1916
Culture File: Rhiannon Giddens & Francesco Turrisi
Rhiannon Giddens & Francesco Turrisi use dozens of traditional instruments to cook up a distinctly untrad sound
The Culture File Weekly 080319: (Asylum Archive, Peter Brotzmann, Composers in the Classroom, The Dublin Apocalypse)
This weekly...tales from Ireland's Direct Provision system in the Asylum Archive, the Dublin Apocalypse illuminated Book of Revelations at TCD, composers in uniform and in the classroom with a Chamber Choir Ireland / Contemporary Music Centre mentoring program, and good horns in a bad world, with free jazz saxophonist, Peter Brotzmann.
Culture File 'Likes': Ailise Bulfin
Academic and eco-disaster aficionado, Ailise Bulfin shares some of the things that bring joy
Culture File: Composers In The Classroom
Breaking the news to Irish students that all composers aren't necessarily dead. Or men.
Culture File: Peter Brötzmann
German free jazz saxophonist, Peter Brötzmann, on good horns in a bad world
Culture File: Asylum Archive
How Vukasin Nedeljkovic's attempt to chart his experiences of Direct Provision grew into a far bigger endeavour
Culture File: A Dublin Revelation
Laura Cleaver on the 14th-century artist (and possible foot fetishist) who gave us The Dublin Apocalypse
The Culture File Weekly 010319: Loitering Theatre, Brokentalkers, Aisling Kelliher, Louis Andriessen
The culture of surveillance this weekly, from a faceless robot scanning for signs of poetry in Loitering Theatre's latest tech spec, Brokentalkers theatre company's examination of prison life, Aisling Kelliher on how Chinese AI deals with privacy, plus the ghost of composer, Louis Andriessen's father steps out of the shadows to offer some advice.
Culture File 'Likes': Ann Cleare
An extended Culture File Likes for @NewMusicDublin with composer, instrument maker and Mad Men fanatic, Ann Cleare
Culture File: China, China, China. China.
Our regular techspert, Aisling Kelliher on why Europe has no Silicon Valley, and more importantly, no Shenzhen
Culture File: Andriessen and Son, Composers
How composer, Hendrik inspired (in both natural and supernatural ways) his son, Louis to reconsider the orchestra
Culture File: Loitering Theatre v Surveillance Capitalism: The Rematch
Loitering Theatre on how to create a poetic robot and defend humanity's last private refuge - inside our heads
Culture File: Brokentalker's The Examination
Stand up and ex-prisoner, Willie White helps theatre company, Brokentalkers explore life in Ireland's prisons
The Culture File Weekly 220219: Howard Goodall, Jennifer Walshe, Bishop Richard de Ledrede
This weekly, we'll be infiltrating the orchestra with free improvisation with the help of Jennifer Walshe; assessing the impact of Brexit on the creative industries, with Mr Bean composer, Howard Goodall, and celebrating the poetry of a 17th century psychopath, with avant-early ensemble, Anachronos.
Culture File 'Likes': Matthew Bourne
Creator of the 'male swans' Swan Lake, Matthew Bourne, shares some of his favourite things
Culture File: Jennifer Walshe's Investigations
Composer, lover of the harmonic series and New Music Dublin star, Jennifer Walshe, on infiltrating the orchestra
Culture File: A 21st Century Passion
Composer, Howard Goodall on why he decided our new century needed its own brand new Passion.
Culture File: Howard Goodall
Composer and vociferous remainer, Howard Goodall, on what you really need to know about music, and about Brexit.
Culture File: Richard Ledrede's Red Book
Poems written in 14th century Kilkenny by a Franciscan Bishop inspired a new jazz early music project, Anakronos
The Culture File Weekly 150219: (Bauhaus, Ailise Bulfin
This weekly, we're joining the crowds of travelling scholars assessing the impact of the Bauhaus 100 years at the recent 'Bauhaus Effects' conference in Dublin and Ailise Bulfin, shares her research into eco-disaster as seen from Planet Hollywood.
Culture File 'Likes': Jumana Manna
Palestinian artist, Jumana Manna, shares some of the sounds, tastes, sights and smells she's be enjoying
Culture File: Bauhaus Now (Part 3)
Fit and unfit activities for women students at the Bauhaus, with Ruth Baumeister of Aarhus School of Architecture
Culture File: Bauhaus Now (Part 2)
Dietrich Neuman on Space, Time, IKEA and the Bauhaus
Culture File: Bauhaus Now
How the dreams of a Weimar-era art school persist in our contemporary world. (1/3)
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