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Worm Manoeuvres | Culture File
Light Moves Festival welcomes a wriggly collaboration between dance artist, Aiobhinn O’Dea and Limerick sonic improvisers, Péist.

The Naturalist's Bookshelf: Diary of a Left-Handed Bird Watcher | Culture File
Paddy Woodworth's latest choice for slipping on to our shelf of ideal books of nature writing is Diary of a Left-Handed Bird Watcher, a 1996 volume by Californian writer, Leonard Nathan

Tulca '23 | Culture File
Iarlaith Ní Fheorais, curator of Tulca, Galway's festival of visual arts, on the Tulca's focus on experiences of disability, including that of J.J. Beegan, a Ballinasloe-born artist and sculptor, who spent most of his life as a patient in an English asylum.

Culture File "Likes": Iarlaith Ní Fheorais
Iarlaith Ní Fheorais, curator of this year's TULCA visual arts festival in Galway, shares a few of her favourite things for watching, reading, listening, tasting and smelling.

The Culture File Weekly 041123: Reparations 2023
Artists, curators, archivists, politicians, lawyers and activists gathered at the Reparations 2023 conference in London recently to explore the shapes reparations for the Afrikan slave trade might take. Culture File presents a special report from the event from Louise Williams.

Reparations 2023 | Culture File
In her latest report from the recent Conference on Afrikan Reparations in London, Louise Williams follows discussions on what reparations might mean for British museums. (3/3)

Reparations 2023 | Culture File
Lisa Anderson, of the Black Cultural Archives, on the work of collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent. (2/3)

Reparations 2023 | Culture File
Actor, playwright and director, Kwame Kwei-Armah was one of those addressing a conference in London on aspects of Reparations from cultural redress to environmental justice.

Culture File "Likes" Dónal Lunny
From his secret cave, Irish musical kingpin, Dónal Lunny shares some of his favourites in watching, listening, reading, tasting and smelling.

Minimal Trad | Culture File
A supersession in Dundalk, as trad supergroup led by Zoë Conway, Dónal Lunny and friends take on Terry Riley's Minimalist touchstone, In C

Forensic Architecture | Culture File
Another chance to hear Forensic Architecture-founder, Eyal Weitzman on the art group/research agency's work decoding violent incidents around the world.

Curtain for Mobiles Phones? | Culture File
Culture File's regular tech soothsayer, Prof Aisling Kelliher on a new product that intends to replace your very old fashioned handheld mobile device. Plus: Meta's celeb chatbots.

The Haunting of Peter Broderick 2 | Culture File
Composer and musician, Peter Broderick has found himself uncannily connected with the musics of the late American music maker, Arthur Russell. (part 2 of 2)

Culture File Weekly Saturday 21 October 2023
Join Luke Clancy for a compilation of highlights and extras from his weekday reports on Lorcan Murray's Classic Drive, a journey into creativity in the contemporary world

Culture File "Likes": Edward Bunting (Sort of)
For Lá na Cruite | National Harp day, poet Moya Cannon shares not her Culture File Likes, but what she imagines of the savour of the Irish Harp, Edward Bunting might click on.

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