The Poetry Society of New York is a non-profit dedicated to promoting poetry within culture by creating engaging, one-of-a-kind experiences of poetry, building meaningful partnerships in the worlds of art, literature, and business, and by fostering healthy and progressive poetry communities in cities across the globe.
IMPAKT is a media arts organisation based in Utrecht, NL, that presents critical and creative views on contemporary media culture and arts in an interdisciplinary context. It aims to identify urgent issues in digital and transglobal culture by focusing on the relationship between society, media, technology and arts; examining issues around politics, science and popular culture.
NEUG is an international organisation of artists creating and showcasing disruptive and provocative work that challenges the structures and presumptions that permeate the art world. Founded in Mexico City and now with an active branch in The Netherlands, recent events have included art exhibitions, collaborative performances, life drawing sessions, and the infamous Buy or Burn auctions.
The James Joyce Cultural Centre is situated in a stunning Georgian townhouse, offering visitors historical and biographical information about James Joyce and his influence on literature; it hosts walking tours, exhibitions, workshops and lectures for visitors with a casual interest and Joycean experts alike. The internationally renowned Bloomsday Festival is produced and programmed by the James Joyce Centre.
The Master Musicians of Joujouka are a group of traditional Sufi trance musicians from the Rif mountains in Morocco who played a significant influence on the Beat Generation. In their home village, they host what has been described by Rolling Stone Magazine as “the oldest and most exclusive dance party in the world”.
A collaborative space dedicated to the creative up-cycling of vintage fashion items. With a focus on the value of time, the project highlighted durability, sustainability and ethics in the fashion sector.
Series of collaborations at The New Theatre, Dublin, working with theatre companies Virgin Eclectic and Pygmankenstein, to create theatre that explored themes of techno-futurism, historical trauma, and the human psyche.
LOQ was a publication and event series with a focus on poetry, hip-hop and storytelling. It functioned as a publishing platform for contemporary marginalised voices and featured over a hundred performers.