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 on the music industry at sixteen years old when he set up Ireland’s first exclusive internet radio streaming service, Klubb FM. Additionally, he assisted Lady Gaga during the recording of her 2011 album, Born This Way. Brian went on to receive a gold disc for his mixing and mastering work on country star Derek Ryan’s fifth album, “The Simple Things”, which went to #1 in the Official Irish Album Chart. He is currently the in-house sound/recording engineer and Senior Theatre Technician at VISUAL Center for Contemporary Art & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre in Carlow.

Brian finished at the top of his graduating class at the University of Central Lancashire and holds a First Class Honours degree in Music Production, as well as a Diploma in Strategic Business Management & Leadership from the Institute of Business & Technology, Dublin.

As a curatorial project, Our Thriving Tribe (OTT) aims to expand upon the current discourse on entrepreneurship within the arts in Ireland. A process of enquiry into the context of artistic practice by researching entrepreneurship from the perspective of the artist in order to generate new knowledge within this field. OTT is produced by Visual, in Ireland as part of the Arts and Humanities Entrepreneurship Hub (AHEH) Project.

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