Dublin Creative Review

Episode 15: Nowhere, Arckit, Arts Council funding for 2015

With Nowhere at its one year anniversary, Sebastian Stephenson speaks to Brian Telling, one of the co-founders of Nowhere menswear store. We see how the store is doing after 1 year, we discuss the purpose of the store which is challenging and questioning what masculinity is and can be. We also of course talk though some of the items in the store(from €250 Tracksuit trouser to the perfect jumper for a Shannon airport protest) and the hardest question for Brian; what masculinity means to him. We also report on a architecture modelling kit called Arckit and talk though some of the funding opportunities still available from the Arts Council.

Nowhere Website

Nowhere Podcast

Nowhere Twitter

Nowhere Instagram

Segment 1: ArcKit

ArcKit is described by Damien Murtagh as a working tool. ArcKit, the Arc for Architecture and Kit for kit, is a tool to figure out and work though designing spaces. Using model components that unlike traditional architectural models, can be moved around and rearranged with no effort. However ArcKit is not strictly a physical tool, in fact you can layout with the same model components inside Sketchup and Autodesk's Revit. However Damien tells me it not just architects that are you using the kit.

ArcKit Website

ArcKit Twitter

ArcKit Facebook

Segment 2: Arts Council 2015 Funding Applications

Sebastian Stephenson talks though some of the Arts Council funding applications that are still open for the year.

Artist in the community scheme bursary award


Touring and dissemination of work scheme

Touring and dissemination of work scheme - advance planning 2017

Young people, children, and education programme activity fund