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The mesmerising monochrome poster art of illustrator Raj.


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Frank O’Dea, of the Balla Bán Gallery, writes:

Some paintings in appreciation of that much in demand item (a loaf of bread) these days by Irish artist, Conor Walton. We are out of stock at our gallery but I believe there could be one or two left at our friends over in Gormleys Art Gallery, South Frederick Street [Dublin 2]…

Baile Ban Gallery

Earlier: Dough!

An experimental short where each frame of a simple scene is rendered in a different art style, from ancient Egyptian tomb murals and Chinese Ink painting to expressionism, primitivism and contemporary.

Created, with much skill and understanding of the subject, by filmmaker and educator Cao Shu of  the China Academy Of Art in Hangzhou.


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Bodypainter and makeup artist Georgina Ryland paints a scene from Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone onto her own décolletage. As you do.

Spellbinding, in fairness.



The Cork Quarter Block Party festival’s second round of acts has just been announced, following on from their announcements before the Xmas break.

Among the additions are YMLT-endorsed noisemakers Le Boom, Wastefellow, ooSe, Dowry and Myles Manley, as well as Not Earth, Ganglions, Super Silly and a bunch more.

Also added to the bill – the return of zero-commitment choir The Sing Along Social, Cork hip-hop legend Stevie G’s Vinyl Love night, and Bum Notes Dragaoke.

The live art portion sees the addition of absurdist third-wave feminist performance piece SNAKE TALK, and a DJ set/performance in The Rave Space, assembled by UK performance artist Will Dickie, while the street art/public engagement bill is added to with Alternative Routes, a sculptural installation on Coleman’s Lane; Volxkuche, a community dinner party, and circus artist Darragh McLoughlin’s live performance in the now-former Dunnes’ Stores shopping centre, exploring the space and with it themes of the current property and rental crises.

All happening February 3rd-5th on North and South Main Streets, Cork.

More here.