- 6:00 pm
- 11:30 pm (finishes)
A Socially Distant Live Performance of Art & Music
⚡️ Begins September 17th – October 2nd⚡️
📍 The Bernard Shaw Basement
The Bernard Shaw has long been seen as a creative hub for many, a place for creation, collaboration and more. ‘Music is the brandy of the damned’ will be a celebration of Shaw’s lengthy creative history with a 3 week immersive visual art + music exhibition with discussion panels on art in the performance industry.
For this we have created a playlist of our most memorable tunes within Shaw history – the last tune ever played at our old location, tunes from memorable gigs, favourite tunes from Bodytonic pals, that one tune that was rinsed on speakers that you wished you’d never hear again.. The exhibition will comprise of 12 visual artists who will choose one song from this playlist to base their work from. The medium for the exhibition – disco balls. Painted. Sprayed. Destroyed. Smashed on the floor, Pinned to the Wall. Whatever is felt from the chosen song. Muralists will paint chosen walls around the Bernard Shaw and Eatyard.
After a dismal year and a half it has made the last 12 ½ years of the Shaw even more special to reflect upon, seeing where we’ve come from and where we’re going. A new creative space born, a year and a half of stunted creative allowance, and a celebration of all our pals at the Shaw – new and old
Screening 6pm Thursday / Friday / Saturday
Aches | Atmos | Cian Ryan | Signs of Power | Hephee | Kelly ODowd | James Kirwin | Conor Nolan | Ross Carvill | K8olo | Claire Prouvust
Bob B2B Bobofunk | DC FSLman | Robyn Deane | Moving Still | Bella Festa | JoMa | Glimmerman | Be | darktrax | Ian Alvey | Bodytonic Friends & Family | crraymo
This event is funded by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport & Media.