Arts & Culture

Chatting hymns with Katie Kim

Jayna Rohslau interviews the Dublin singer-songwriter on her key influences and musical takeaways

There’s a liquid smooth sensibility to Katie Kim’s work. It is evident in the flow of her songs. Without break, one song ends and the next begins. It’s also apparent in the visuals accompanying her song Mona, as gaping faces

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Reality becomes science-fiction at IMMA

Sionainn Fee reviews The Otolith Group’s first large-scale exhibition, Xenogenesis, currently on a world tour

The Otolith Group is an artist collective founded in London in 2002 by Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun, which focuses on the planet and human experience, explored through filmatic practices. Their first large-scale museum exhibition, Xenogenesis, developed in Eindhoven and

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Greening The Screen

Sarah Browne examines the TorinoFilmLab’s Green Lab, in Dublin this March, a sustainability initiative aimed at reducing the industry’s carbon footprint

When we think of film and television, we don’t imagine the screen industry’s output beyond that of its movies, documentaries or series. The industry is one that prides itself on progressive content, especially in relation to environmental activism and climate

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Decades of memory at the Eponymous Gallery

Maisie Greener reviews: 2012–2022, a decade of exhibitions at the Olivier Cornet Gallery at the Eponymous Gallery

Running until February 22 at the Eponymous gallery, Olivier Cornet’s recent exhibition entitled 2012–2022, a decade of exhibitions at the Olivier Cornet Gallery — although a self-effacing celebration of his gallery’s success — triumphantly platformed the individual and collective achievements

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Get Cultured!

Jayna Rohslau investigates unique arts and culture happenings in and around Dublin

As February progresses, what is a hapless Trinity student to do? Whether you are becoming increasingly stressed, bored, blue, green, or even an alarming shade of neon purple, Trinity News is here to help. I encourage you to take a

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Cultural Heritage Unveiled at the DIFF: Accidental Anthropologist

Aoife Dalton discusses the 2023 Dublin International Film Festival participant, Accidental Anthropologist

The 23rd of February, marked the first day of the Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) 2023. The festival itself was established twenty years ago by Michael Dwyer, international film critic, and David McLoughlin; film producer and Trinity alumnus. The festival

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Re-engaging with nature through sustainable crafting

Matthew James Hodgson speaks with recent College graduate Maggie O’Shea about foraging, skip hunting, and the therapeutic effects of DIY

Recent College graduate Maggie O’Shea began sustainable crafting during the quarantine in 2020, and this led to a deep passion for self-sufficiency and working with natural materials. O’Shea became a part of the blooming artistic community surrounding natural crafting in …