Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland – 15

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland - 2

This sessions invited guest is Tadhg O’Sullivan.

Tadhg O’Sullivan is a director-producer, editor and sound artist living in Ireland. His first feature film Yximalloo (co-directed with Feargal Ward) won the Prix Premiere at FiD Marseille in 2014.
His second feature The Great Wall screened around the world, at festivals including RIDM, MoMA Doc Fortnight, FiD Marseille and many others. His editing work includes collaboration with Pat Collins on Song of Granite and Silence; with Feargal Ward on The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid (which he also co-produced). His made his radio debut in 2017 with a piece for BBC Radio 3 about Chernobyl and life after humans. He received the Arts Council of Ireland’s Film Bursary in 2015 and 2017.
He is currently finishing a film about the moon.

Tadhg O’Sullivan website: www.tadhgosullivan.com

Our Thriving Tribe 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 arts professionals in order to generate new knowledge within this field.