Bare is a magazine based in the National College of Art & Design, Dublin that aims to show the “breadth of talent and dedication present in students and recent graduates”.
Conor Foran writes:
I am the Co-Editor of Bare, After a very successful first issue and launch in 2016, we have decided to create a second issue which will launch in the NCAD Gallery this May.
We would be thrilled if you could share our video (above) crowdfunding campaign (at link below) as a way of sharing the talent and dedication of the students of NCAD, Bare Magazine aims to show the future of creativity in Dublin.
Applications are open for BARE in the Woods 2017, and the protocol for artist applications is a little different this year for the boutique festival, with mobile video platform MobStar getting in on the action.
Michael Carr writes:
The acts upload a video to the BARE in the Woods category through the MobStar app, which in turn are reviewed and the selected acts will then play at various BARE events throughout 2017.
Additionally, acts who are chosen to play at BARE events via the MobStar app will have their music reviewed by music industry mentors.
Until then, there’s the documentary Fleadhed (trailed above, showing next Monday on RTE1), filmed at this year’s festival, where Polly O’Sullivan entertains hip-hop innovators The Sugar Hill Gang.