"Open Source Aran Sweater" is a project to create an archive of Aran knitting as part of the global initiative, Cut, Make, Do.


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Do you know where your data is? Aisling Kelliher on data collection, inference engines and good old fashioned cookies.


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Dublin Fringe Festival kingpins, The Company, reboot Aeschylus The Oresteia as a nightmare of social anxiety.


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A radical approach to audience building: hide cassettes of experimental music at locations in rural England for anyone with a GPS device to track down.


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Conductor, Stephen Barlow, on the acid colours of Benjamin Britten’s grim, The Rape of Lucretia, which tours in a new production from IYO.


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Grassy acres of gurning dancers, TEDy pep talks & cava bars? Expect none of that at Enniskillen Beckett Festival.


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Synesthesia, the politics of contemporary Ukraine and the legacy of John Field, with Wicklow-based pianist, Svetlana Rudenko.


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Culture File brings its “storynet” (aka microphone) to Galway storytelling club, Moth and Butterfly, to meet instigator, Órla McGovern.


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The underwater landscape of Lough Mask and the fish that hide there, with gillie Michael Harnesse.


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Fight, flight and the concert pianist, with performance psychologist, Jaime Diaz.


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The bliss of having your own venue, as enjoyed by Dublin musical collective, Popical Island.


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The ancient glint of the golden section in music and painting, with artist, Maurice Quillinan.


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“A space to do our thinking out loud…with an audience,” is how Druid’s Thomas Conway describes the company’s program of rehearsed readings.


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The power of the hive with Alys Fowler, whose next apicultural love letter of a book is being crowdfunded via internet publisher, Unbound.


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Artist-engineer, Nora O Murchú, is using LilyPad to teach young girls to sew computers. Because that’s a thing.


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