Nina Hynes

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Nina Hynes: ‘Our sense of worth became about how much we were earning, as opposed to valuing a piece of music or art on its own merits.’

A group of Irish artists living in Berlin have organised a new festival, Craw, to explore what’s “stuck in their craw” about Ireland. Ahead of the fes(...)

Craw is a new arts and performance festival launching this month in Berlin. Photograph:  Turlach O Broin

Karl Marx Strasse in Berlin’s Neukölln district is usually abuzz with Turks and tattooed hipsters, but not on this sultry Sunday afternoon. The real (...)

It’s not often that you hear of an album being inspired by an art exhibition, but that was the case with A Winter Light, the 11-strong collective of m(...)

The Altered Hours: “Sometimes it’s very fake to be modest, because you’re not being real about how much you really care”

The debut album of Cork-based five-piece the Altered Hours, In Heat Not Sorry, is surprising. Compared with their earlier singles, it is stripped-bac(...)

Zach Braff in Wish I Was Here, for which he wanted to circumvent the Hollywood studio system by using crowdfunding

In a sane and just world, crowdfunding sites such as Indiegogo and FundIt would exist per their original concept: to help creatives, entrepreneurs (...)

An installation built up from tightly spaced bands of coloured thread from Mark Garry’s exhibition A Winter Light at Sligo’s Model gallery.

The artist Mark Garry is most closely identified with his thread drawings: fragile, painstakingly made installations built up from tightly spac(...)