Author Archives: AHEH

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland – 4

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland - 2

Our Thriving Tribe ‘Zoom Room Sessions’, the curators of Our Thriving Tribe in conversation with arts professionals in Ireland. This sessions invited guest is Lynnette Moran an independent Arts Producer & Festival Director specialising in Live Art, Theatre, Visual Art and Digital platforms; with distinct experience of producing collaborative & socially engaged arts practice & […]

UWTSD rises to the challenge of helping the NHS and local communities to fight coronavirus

Uwtsd rises to the challenge of helping the nhs and local communities to fight coronavirus

Staff and students at University of Wales Trinity Saint David are using their innovative skills, knowledge and research to help the NHS and local communities to fight coronavirus. Artists and designers from the University’s Swansea College of Art have turned their creativity to help the national fight against Covid-19. They have teamed up with children’s […]

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland – 3

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland - 2

Our Thriving Tribe ‘Zoom Room Sessions’, the curators of Our Thriving Tribe in conversation with arts professionals in Ireland. This session’s invited guest is Brian Sheil an award-winning Music producer and Mixer who works with artists from Ireland to the U.S to create chart topping records in diverse genres. Brian himself began making his mark […]

Meet The Professionals | Mónica Sánchez Robles – Visual artist

Visual artist Mónica Sánchez Robles in her studio

By Carlos Alonso – Innogate To Europe Last March, when the coronavirus was still a distant threat, Innogate to Europe had the chance to interview the Spanish artist Mónica Sánchez Robles. Her studio, located in Madrid, is part of a three-storey coworking space in which we find sculptors, graphic designers, and a craft workshop. “It […]

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow’s economy – Martin Eastwood

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow's economy - Martin Eastwood

Martin Eastwood (Music Technology graduate) Wide Variety Events & Marketing – www.widevarietymedia.com “It’s been a challenging time to be at the helm of an events and media company as all of our events were immediately cancelled or postponed. However, I quickly shifted my focus to what we could do right now to be successful. On […]

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow’s economy – Alix Charles

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow's economy - Alix Charles

Alix Charles (Performing Arts graduate) Alix Digital – www.alixdigital.com “Thankfully we predominantly operate online, so working from home is possible. To help us, we have made more use of video calls for any consultancy work and to have regular catch-ups. Our plans for the near future revolve around helping more businesses and improving the service […]

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow’s economy

Coronavirus has forced us to redefine how we work and how we engage with other businesses. Yet whilst larger organisations have been slower to adapt to shifts in demand, it has been the small business who has taken the lead in evolving and reacting to the world’s pandemic. Smaller businesses have been able to transform […]

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow’s economy – Jay Smith

Student start-ups. Fuel for tomorrow's economy - Jay Smith

Jay Smith (Performing Arts graduate) Stage 8 – www.stage8group.com “Covid-19 has had a profound impact on our business and an impact we will no doubt continue to feel for some time after restrictions are lifted. Overnight our income completely stopped, and we knew we needed to do something to keep some income and retain clients. […]

Questions to Designers

Questions to Designers

The follow is a short animation from Beatriz Costa, a.k.a. biakosta, a freelance designer and illustrator from Coimbra, Portugal. Non-fiction short animation connected to her BA Final Project (Communication Design at Faculty of Fine Arts of Porto, Portugal) — an autobiographical and journalistic comic about the “New Generation of Designers”. In the project, biakosta travelled […]

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland – 2

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland - 2

Our Thriving Tribe ‘Zoom Room Sessions’, the curators of Our Thriving Tribe in conversation with arts professionals in Ireland. This session’s invited guest is Felicia Olusany aka Felispeaks, a Nigerian-Irish Poet, Performer, Playwright from Co. Longford, Ireland. Felispeaks has also been nominated ‘Best Performer’ by Dublin Fringe Festival Sep. 2018 Judges for her performance in […]