Let your mind get lost among the differing array of colours, textures, patterns, and madness at The NCAD graduate show, which officially opens to the public today. The graduate show is a free event that celebrates the wide range of skills and artistry available at the Institute and has over 500 projects on display. Students will also be on hand to talk through their projects and answer any questions. The free event opens daily at 10 am and will run until Sunday, June 26th.
Interlude Festival is Dublin city’s newest festival addition that collaborates music, film, and art over three days. The festival takes place on Friday, June 24th to Sunday, June 26th on the grounds of The Royal Hibernian Academy; located just off of St. Stephens Green. Following the success of the inaugural Interlude Festival in October, organisers have awarded the festival a larger space for higher capacity, as well as a food garden and cinema.
Organisations and communities around the city are getting ready for this year’s Pride party; which is set to launch this Wednesday, June 22nd at the Pride opening party. ‘This is us’ is the theme of this years’ events and tells the story of pride and protest, of exclusion and belonging, and of hope and determination of those within the LGBT community. There are loads of things happening before the main parade event on Saturday, June 25th. Click here for full details on the events taking place. P.S: rainbow attire is essential.
Listen To This
The Irish Times Women’s Podcast series, produced by Roisin Ingle, discusses and debates important topics with Irelands most influential female figures. Each episode is roughly an hour long and there are plenty to choose from the archives. Saturdays were made for podcasts. Listen here.
Robin Eisenberg (real name FYI)is an artist and designer from Los Angeles. This creative Betty incorporates her futuristic and trendy illustrations to create enamel fashion pins. Check out her amazing Instagram at @robineisenberg – thank me later.