Irish actors Nora-Jane Noone (left) and Nika McGuigan  in Wildfire, the upcoming debut feature from  Irish director Cathy Brady. Photograph: Great Point Media

Screen Ireland will sponsor a sold-out international networking event for female talent at the Cannes Film Festival in France on Monday. The event is (...)

Ronan Guilfoyle  at Newpark Music Centre in Glasthule, Co Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The word “jazz” may conjure up images of men in sharp suits playing swing music in smoky basements. For contemporary jazz musicians, it’s a tired s(...)

Bright future: a digital media content manager can earn up to €75,000, says Sigmar Recruitment

If you are keen to pursue a course in the arts and humanities, it is likely that you are choosing your subject for its own sake rather than as the st(...)

Aisling Cassidy, graduate in Visual Merchandising, at the DIT Graduate Exhibition, LIFT OFF

For some people, creative arts is more than a career choice: it’s a vocation. Visually-minded artistic types are spoilt for choice, although as many(...)

TV3’s Colette Fitzpatrick (right) with students on the ‘Debate Week’ set at the National Film School in the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology (IADT)

Religion is a power for good in the world. All drugs should be legalised. Men can’t be feminists. And it’s not possible to have a world-class educatio(...)

Aspiring actors Hilary Bowen-Walsh and Sean Doyle ham-it-up before auditions for the first round of auditions for The Lir, a new National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh THE IRISH TIMES

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A new €5.5 million National Film School funded by the Government and the film industry has been handed over to the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Des(...)