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Art from Space Waste: Irish Art Residency Opens for International Applications

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The National Space Centre (NSC) in partnership with Greywood Arts has announced an open call for a unique Space Waste artist residency. The one-month sculptural project examines the debris produced

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Among Us gets Irish language localisation

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It’s unusual for me to be speaking in the third person (see below) but it’s with great joy and enthusiasm that I bring you the news that Among Us officially

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How copywriting entrepreneur and TikToker Matthew Morgan earns $10k per month

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Irishman Matthew Morgan is an entrepreneur, copywriter, email marketing specialist, and the founder of Copywriting Blueprint. He earns around $10,000 a month through his online work but not only that,

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9 Black Irish and Irish People of Colour to follow on TikTok

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Across all social media platforms both in Ireland and abroad, you’ll discover fantastic creators who are making content to suit all tastes. One of the latest platforms to make waves

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International opportunities for Ireland’s leading creators announced

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Ireland’s leading creators are being invited to join an innovative programme that will showcase their work on a global stage.  Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) today announced an open call for applications to the PORTFOLIO

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‘Liberties Creative Campus’ planned for artists and local residents

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Dublin City Council is to carry out a study into ambitious plans for a €19 million ‘Liberties Creative Campus’ based in the city. Three council-owned sites in Dublin have been

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Meet the Sligoman behind the Irish Language Programming Language Setanta

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Have you heard about Setanta? It’s a programming language aimed at people who use the Irish language and it was created by an Irishman. Meet Eoin Davey, a Sligoman and

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Say 👋 to Dubliner Keith Broni, the Irish Emoji Officer

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Emoticons have come a long way since the characters appeared back in 1999. If you’re a smartphone user, then the chances are that you’ve used emojis and emoticons in some

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Tullamore Coder Dojo launches virtual classroom for budding coders

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Now that most of us are now confined to our homes, many parents are looking for ways to entertain and educate their young ones. Cue: Tullamore Coder Dojo who have

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Amateur 3D Printing group creates visors for frontline healthcare workers in Ireland

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Members of the 3D Printing group on Facebook are doing their bit for the community by printing much-needed face shields for healthcare workers in Ireland. Kae Verens, who I previously

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