ART – CULTURE – FOOD – EVENTS

Nuit Blanche: Supernatural

Supernatural is attributed to phenomena above the natural, and to all things strange without reason. There is something a bit spooky about Good Friday a day when the country stands still, a time when souls come out of the woodwork to play. A most perfect time for a supernatural reckoning. On this Good Friday April … Continue reading

Dinner De Los Muertos

Gruel Guerilla and Hunt & Gather Present Dinner De los Muertos Day of the Dead also called “Dia de los Muertos,” is a celebration of life and of those who have passed. Although this celebration is associated with the dead, it is not portrayed as a morbid or depressing time, but rather a period full … Continue reading

Nuit Blanche Neon

Nuit Blanche: Neon We had the pleasure to unleash an evening of magic and creativity to many an unsupecting crowd. And what an evening it was, with over 700 people in attendance we offered the the very best in music, entertainment, art installations, night time market, video projections, life drawing and more. Please keep you … Continue reading

Nuit Blanche: Neon

Hunt & Gather strives to provide new sensory experiences questioning the traditional gallery and performance space for Dubliners and visitors alike. A celebration of community by the creative, ambitious and brave. Due to the overwhelming response from our first Nuit Blanche: Night time gathering. We are very excited to host our second gathering on the … Continue reading

Ashley Lloyd – Head dress princess

While accessories traditionally exist to enhance or inform a look, Ms. Lloyd’s headdresses take center stage. At first glance, milliner Ashley Lloyd’s pieces elicit thoughts of curiosity and wonder, but taking a closer look, it’s only fitting Ms. Lloyd’s attention to detail has brought her to where she is today. From start to finish, Ashley … Continue reading

Van Sarki – Burlesque photography

Van Sarki puts an incredible twist on burlesque photography by focusing on the contrast between performers’ figures with and without their costumes. Influenced by his friend’s stage persona, Sarki was inspired to photograph burlesque dancers in both stages of their lives. A believer in people’s multiple personalities, Van Sarki wanted to create a project that … Continue reading

Moebius – French Illustrator

Moebius, the French comic-book artist whose spectacular science fantasy-based work wrought its magic on Hollywood classics such as “Alien” and “Tron”, passed away last year at the age of 73. Giraud, who grew up drawing cowboys and indians, published his first drawings in 1957 and found fame with the western character Lieutenant Blueberry in 1963. … Continue reading