Take a look at the amazing line-up for Teeling’s final Dublin Rising event!
The third and final event to celebrate the coming of age of the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in the heart of Dublin 8 takes place on Thursday, October 4th. An evening with the leaders and innovators of Dublin’s creative and cultural scene, speaking and presenting live across two stages hosted by Jim Carroll and Totally Dublin’s Michael McDermott.
The event will also see Teeling premiere, Spirit of Dublin, a short film created by MOTHERLAND & The Tenth Man to celebrate the coming of age of the Distillery, which celebrated its third birthday earlier this year.
Learn more about the brilliant Dublin Rising line-up below, and make sure to get your tickets here. The event starts at 7pm and there will be a complimentary cocktail on arrival for each guest!
Arran Street East
From their studio in the heart of Dublin, Arran Street East design and hand make home-ware for people who enjoy simple, functional, and beautiful objects. They take time to design things that work, merging an architecturally influenced aesthetic and traditional processes to produce useful objects for everyday life, with pattern and symmetry as our watchwords. Rigorously designed and tested to enhance the experience of eating and drinking, their simple forms and complementary tessellating shapes allow their pieces to withstand everyday use, or just to act as an adornment for your home.
Cian Ryan is a visual designer working between illustration, motion and moving image. His work tends to lean towards the colorful side of life with a particular focus of fluid forms. He recently branded All Together Now and Forbidden Fruit Festival and has made a name for himself using Ireland’s nightlife scene as his canvas. He also made the poster for this event!
Jill & Gill
Jill & Gill was established in April 2016 while collaborating on a print commission together, the business has grown organically, vibrantly and always with the approach that the work and brand is seen as collectible and engaging. Today they are a forward-thinking and multi-discipline studio but they’re also a brand that is based on exclusivity and craftsmanship, with every edition, print, apparel or client piece of work created as a limited run.
Signs of Power
Signs of Power, is Dublin based sign painter Vanessa Power, who is dedicated to the craft of hand-painted signs. With her love for clean, well executed type Vanessa aims to apply this to all her work. Signs of Power offers clients the benefit of quality and attractive hand-crafted signage and design. Signs of Power specialise in hand painted shop fascias, boards, windows, gold leaf, reverse glass gilding, external walls, custom hand lettering, and much more. Signs of Power have collaborated with Teeling before, when producing the sign in the Distillery’s Phoenix Café.
Liadain Aiken Knitwear
Liadain Aiken Knitwear believes that a quality woolen garment is something that should be treasured for years, even generations. Their belief in longevity extends to the philosophy of their designs. Liadain finds her muse in that which is universal, timelessly beautiful and emotive; inspired by the rolling landscapes of her native Ireland, or playful, irreverent colours that are sure to produce smiles!
Connect the Dots
Connect the Dots started in 2014 when they met during their MA in Design Practice. It was through attending events aimed at connecting people around a common cause or topic that they noticed a one-size-fits-all approach being used over and over. Event organisers were pushing out events without considering what people actually wanted from them or how to really facilitate networking and connections; the louder voices were always dominating, and there were barely new faces at events. All this resulted in missed opportunities for networking and very little impact afterwards. Connect the Dots now have a tried and tested co-creation process that gives purpose to events and inspires guests.
Jenny Jennings (thisispopbaby)
Jennifer Jennings is a theatre and festival maker based in Dublin. She is co-founder and co-director of acclaimed Irish theatre company thisispopbaby. Recent highlights include RIOT (Co-Director, World Tour / Winner Best Production – Dublin Fringe 2016), Absolute Legends (Director, upcoming Irish & Australian Tour 2018/19), Panti’s High Heels in Low Places (Producer, World Tour 2015-2017 / Soho Live films 2018) and Alice in Funderland (Best Production Nomination, Irish Theatre Awards 2012). Jennifer is co-creator and co-curator of thisispopbaby’s Where We Live Festival (Gold Medal Design Winner, ICAD Awards 2018), WERK (Performance art club with editions in the Abbey Theatre, Irish Museum of Modern Art & Melbourne Festival), POPTENT (Electric Picnic Music Festival 2008-2010) and Queer Notions arts festival (Project Arts Centre 2009-2010).
Ray Yeates (Dublin City Arts Officer)
Ray was formerly Artistic Director of axis: Ballymun. An arts practitioner and manager of thirty years’ experience, Ray is responsible for the continued development of the arts in the city supporting artists and their work and developing projects and programmes across the city which enable citizens of all ages and from all backgrounds, to appreciate and access the quality of arts in their area. Ray began directing and acting at UCD in the late 70’s. After some years freelancing he formed Deilt Productions an Irish Language Theatre and Television company. He started directing at the Abbey Theatre in 1983 and was appointed Deputy Artistic Director in 1985 at the age of 24. He emigrated to New York in 1992 where he was a resident teacher at The Irish Arts Centre and The American Academy of Dramatic Art, and was Artistic Director of The Shades of Green Arts Festival in the Bronx. With axis Ray has toured to America, the UK, Belgium, Poland and around Ireland.
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