Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland – 19

This Our Thriving Tribe session, is dedicated to Time!

How do you value your time?

The curators of Our Thriving Tribe invited Arts professionals to respond to this question as part of research into entrepreneurship within the arts in Ireland. Each professional responded in their own unique way, some of these responses are shared in this new session towards expanding upon the current discourse on entrepreneurship within the arts in Ireland and include some top tips for future arts professionals!

Guests in this session include:

BROKENTALKERS, a creative partnership of Feidlim Cannon and Gary Keegan from Dublin, Ireland who make socially charged, form-busting theatre that challenges and inspires audiences at home and around the world.

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.

Bernadette Kiely, a visual artist based in Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Vukašin Nedeljkovic, an artist, activist and independent scholar who initiated the multidisciplinary platform Asylum Archive in Ireland.

Claire Prouvost, a French illustrator and graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland.

THISISPOPBABY, a theatre and events production company that rips up the space between popular culture, counter culture, queer culture and high art – providing both a vehicle for our associate artists’ dreams and an electrifying access point to the arts.

Tobi Omoteso, an internationally acclaimed B-boy (breakdancer) and hip hop dancer.

Edel Tobin who is passionate about re-imagining & rejuvenating public outdoor spaces. She has spent the past seven years building, curating, and creating projects in her home city of Waterford and across Ireland.

Maser who truly embodies the centric spirit of contemporary visual art in Ireland today & has generated a large & dedicated following in Ireland & abroad – through his seamlessly imaginative and unique graphic style.

Cathy Fitzgerald, an Irish-based New Zealander living in rural County Carlow, Ireland inspired by the emergent art and ecology field in visual culture.

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.