“The exhibition will be bringing to life some of the countries from the legendary Silk Road. We are delighted to have several artists participating from Iran and one from Yemen exhibiting their marvellous paintings. The photographic exhibition includes several Irish artists who travelled to some of the Silk Road routes and others who are from those wonderful countries, such as Pakistan, Lebanon and Iran.”
Unidentified pair, Rathmines, Camden Street, Dublin this afternoon and the first instalment of Emily’s search to document the dogs on the streets of Dublin and beyond to feature here and on her twitter whatsit simultaneously.
[Actress Kelly Campbell (top) and (above), from left: film director Lenny Abrahamson, Birch Hamilton Executive Director Digital Biscuit, Cinematographer Ciaran Tanham and Kelly]
Launching the Digital Biscuit 2014 festival yesterday.
Taking place between January 22-24 at the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin.
Digital Biscuit is an annual collaborative movement of film-enthusiasts, film-makers, and industry people with one goal in mind: to inspire creativity through technology. It brings together film-enthusiasts and creatives across new media and the digital industry over a three day event of ground-breaking workshops, screenings, tech demonstrations, and exciting talks from industry members. Participants share knowledge and experience, interact with new technology, and inspire a new wave of creativity.