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).
Category: Film, Art & Animation
Call for Irish work
Paid creative call for work relating to Irish folklore and langauge. £1,000 fund available for suitable project.
Arrivals/Departures: Fion Gunn
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).
In the first of a series of three stories, artist and storyteller Maria Crean unveils the story of Queen Medb, an Irish female powerhouse.
In the Window: Laura Matikaite
Laura Matikaite is a Lituanian-Irish ceramicist selected for the #LIF2022 In The Window exhibit at Bluecoat Display Centre.
Kieran Murray: Times Past
Kieran Murray’s photography evokes nostalgia through a rich palette of worn colours; textures of paint, rust and plaster.
Artist in focus: Pamela Sullivan
Pamela Sullivan is a professional artist, living and working in Merseyside. Keep your eyes peeled at Festival sites to find Pamela’s work.
In the Window 2022 – a call for Irish makers
An exciting open call for an Irish maker (emerging or established; living or working in Ireland) to display their work, for one month 'In the Window' at the Bluecoat Display Centre as part of Liverpool Irish Festival 2022.
Miotais agus Finscéalta na hÉireann
Gael Linn, An tUltach and LivIrishFest, commissioned Nuala Monaghan to illustrate and share 5 Irish folk stories; available here in Gaeilge.
Irish Myth and Legend (English)
Gael Linn, An tUltach and LivIrishFest, commissioned Nuala Monaghan to illustrate and share 5 Irish folk stories; available here.