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Experimental and traditional mix at annual VisArts exhibition

TCD Visual Arts Society End of Year Exhibition showcases a wide variety of work from students and staff

TCD Visual Arts Society launched their End of Year Exhibition on Monday March 6th, in the modern and artistically active Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. This year’s opening night featured a performance from the Trinity Belles and an afterparty in

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Debating within the world of art

Imogen McGuckin attends the Phil’s workshop, focusing on how to tackle topics such as the commercialisation of art, representation in film and what defines art itself

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As part of the Trinity Arts Festival (TAF), The Phil held a workshop today on how to debate on the subject of art. This event attracted a small crowd, allowing for an intimate workshop led by Ludivine Rebet, last year’s

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The commercialisation of art

Stacey Wrenn argues that increased privatisation of art allows ultra-wealthy individuals and corporations to dictate the art world, reaping great financial rewards in the process

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“A businessperson very rarely invests in something that will not benefit them directly”

Art has been of consistent importance to all civilisations since man first picked up one object and rubbed it against the surface of another. It helps people …

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Review: ‘Someone You Love’ photography exhibition

Shane Kenneally sets the scene of the vibrant event, showcasing pro-choice art, in the Copper House Gallery

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Down the crooked roads which trail off Camden street, I find myself passing an endless stream of quaint brick houses, remnants of Dublin’s Georgian past. The area which surrounds the Copper House Gallery is authentic, antiquated one could say. Smoke

SciTech

We tried out the new Byte app, here are the results (audio autoplays!)

Byte combines the low tech of Microsoft Paint with today’s social media world

SCITECHArt in all its forms allows for the expression and application of human imagination and skill. We usually associate this with visual arts such as paintings or drawings, music or literature. These forms of expression have been around for many …

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Nude models wanted

Sarah Taaffe-Maguire speaks to the Trinity staff member currently looking for models to volunteer for his “art nude” photography

FEATURESTrinity’s favourite location to parody itself is the noticeboard. Among the notices for a lost fountain pen and “fidget ball,” one poster in particular stands out. It says “”Venus” Wanted.” Students who have seen it may have been greeted with

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“Trauma – Built to break” exhibition opens at Science Gallery Dublin

Katarzyna reviews the new exhibition at the science gallery that explores the theme of trauma.

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The new exhibition at the science gallery explores how trauma may affect our bodies, our brains and our minds. It conveys different ways of dealing with a traumatic experience and conveys its aftermath. Everyone experiences trauma, hence visitors of all