New musician in residence integrating imagination and biodiversity

Rachel Cunningham The Digital Hub has invited award-winning musician, Seoidín O’Sullivan, as its newest artist in home for a 10-month programme at the Dublin 8 university. Ms O’Sullivan specialises in bringing areas together to deal with concerns such as land use, lost expertise, social justice, as well as biodiversity, utilizing drawings, video clips, publications, as well as walks. She mentioned:”I am expecting collaborating with local community groups, locals and also team at The Digital Hub over the course of my residency and also to have a favorable influence on better understanding the importance of urban ecology.”As part of the residency, The Digital Hub will sustain her recurring work mapping eco-friendly sources in the Dublin 8 location with the Urban Grit project, which is a cooperation between College University Dublin Location as well as Robert Emmett Community Development Job. She will certainly likewise continue her film as well as tale mapping task of Dublin’s River Camac. The Digital Hub has actually mentioned that Ms O’Sullivan’s work matches its existing Pocket Woodlands Tree Hub job, released in July, which

saw the installation of the first native tree nursery in a city centre area as well as will certainly sustain the growing of over 600 trees as part of a strategy to boost tree thickness in the local area. The Digital Center’s previous musicians in house were musicians Elaine Hoey (2020), Kate Nolan (2019), and Mandy O’Neill (2018 ). It also funds the Dublin Edge Festival as well as Dublin Theatre Event, instructional programs in partnership with BIMM Dublin, and Screen8, in addition to on-campus as well as Dublin 8 lasting activities. Envisioned is The Digital Center’s newest Artist in House Seoidín O’Sullivan. Shane O’Neill, Coalesce

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