A year on from Fion Gunn's Arrival/Departures exhibit, we check in to see what she's working on, this time with A-Maze Artists Collective.
Liverpool artist Pam Sullivan reflects on her art's social conscience and what leaving a mark means to her.
Jean Maskell's The Space Between is a book to browse, including paintings and poems, stories and yarns that speak of diaspora experiences.
Northern Irish printmaker and painter -Martin McCoy- looks back on his #LIF2022 exhibition, Sweeney's Unquiet Islands, one year on.
Director Connor Richmond talks about winning a Festival commission to make his short film, Reroot; plus the journey it has been on in a year.
Writer and illustrator Stu Harrison talks about his children's book, Brave Maeve, commissioned by Gael Linn, An tUltach and LivIrishFest.
#LIF203 In the Window artist, Níamh Grimes, revels her innermost connections with Irish folklore and how it inspires her jewellery.
Maria Crean -artist and storyteller- gives us her 'hot takes' on Brigid, celebrated Goddess and Saint, in time for St Brigid's Day (1 Feb).
Paid creative call for work relating to Irish folklore and langauge. £1,000 fund available for suitable project.
Fion Gunn's Irishness is a mainstay of her work, being an Irish diaspora artist working internationally, often reflectign on home.
Liverpool Irish Festival, Gael Linn and An tUltach are proud to present Dogleap Productions short film: Reroot.
Maria Crean continues her trilogy about mythological Irish women; this time telling the story of Macha (with original illustration).