Dublin Creative Review

Episode 33: Summer Music Festival chat, What's New at Irish Design Shop, Essay on Dublin Creativity 2016

Summer music festival chat. Its the middle of august and the Irish summer music festival circuit is coming to a finish with Electric Picnic on September 2nd. Sebastian Stephenson chats to Zachary Stephenson, a student studying at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute, who has been to this year so far: Body and Soul, Longitude, Knock and Stocken along with co-ordinating volunteers and been part of the production for other concerts this summer. We compare and contract not only the acts on stage in each festival but also the vibes created at these festivals and how they do it. We also check in on the Irish Design Shop and Sebastian talks about trends in Dublin creativity for 2016 so far.

Segment 1: What's New: Irish Design Shop

A semi-regular feature that we have on Dublin Creative Review is a check in on what publishers, studios and shops are coming out with. For this episode I pop in to the Irish Design Shop.

Irish Design Shop

Names Jewellery Collection

Tall Plant Pot from the Áras Collection

Ballygahan Light form the Áras Collection

Sebastian Stephenson writes an essay on the trends that he has spotted in Dublin's creative industries in 2016.

Number 1. Women in the Arts.

Waking The Feminists


Women of Notes

Glitch Festival 2016

F_Festival 2016

Guiding Lights Programme Irish Selections

RTÉ appoints Dee Forbes as new Director General

Number 2. Irish Menswear brands

Mr Jenks

House of Akina


Number 3. Shakeup of Irish Media

Dublin Inquirer

Dublin Live


DRAFF magazine

1815 Magazine

Junior Magazine

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