As part of the Europe wide programme ‘Freiraum’ initiated by the Goethe-Institut, Dublin is looking at economic inequality and the limits to freedom in Europe. Within this context, this project seeks to build on a new partnership between the Trinity College access programmes and Dublin City Council to address inequalities in access to higher education in Dublin’s city centre.
Looking at the figures, eighteen per cent of music listeners in Germany feel comfortable with brass music, while about twice the number can’t do anything with it. Nevertheless, brass bands performing pop pieces have long been filling big halls. Because it doesn’t always have be traditional. [more …]
Germany prides itself in having film festivals dedicated to almost every genre and region in the world. The scene is unique worldwide – and so diverse that one tends to almost lose track of them all. Film critic, Michael Kohler, presents his ten favorite festivals. [more …]
Voices of Memory. A Riverside Sound Art Installation at the Irish National War Memorial Gardens by Christina Kubisch is a contemporary remembrance of the more than 49,000 Irish people who died in the First World War.