Via Pablo Píriz
Jury, you will hear every word.
Helena Murphy writes:
This year the IAPI/DIT Pitch Night has been re-named Pitch Fight. It will see three teams of students from the IAPI/DIT Advertising & Digital Communications Postgraduate Diploma go head to head presenting insights and ideas on three societal issues before a live audience.
For the first time ever our students have been given the chance to work on three different briefs addressing societal briefs that could change the world.
The three briefs cover: Binge Drinking, Cyber Bullying and Male Suicide.
Pitch Fight happens Wednesday 27th November in the Dublin Institute of Technology, (DIT), Aungier Street at 6pm.
A selection of Dublin City Council’s proposed busker bye-laws:
(2) A person or persons performing together shall not use more than one (1) amplifier and where an amplifier is used it shall not be used at a level greater than 15 watts
(3) A person is prohibited from playing any drum or drumkit in a public place.
(6) A person shall not use a knife, sword, flame, axe, saw or other object that can cause serious bodily harm in a performance in a public place.
And still no panpipes ban.
Via Nikita Smits who sez:
Odd purple skies over Dublin tonight. #nofilter #fairytalecountry
Darty laundry in Dublin on an unknown date.
Thanks Photos of Dublin
“JJ Clarke, from Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan, took the photographs between 1897 and 1904, when he was a medical student in Dublin. Dr Clarke’s photojournalistic approach to his subjects allowed him to capture vivid scenes from the daily lives of Dublin’s men, women and children.”
“Compelling in themselves, the images also show us how the city looked to writer James Joyce. His best-known works – the short story collection Dubliners, and the novels A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses – are all set around this time, when Joyce too was a young student fascinated by the world around him.”
Previously: Edwardian Fashion Police Dublin