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Festival in Film

As we enter the final four days of Kinsale Arts Festival 2014, there’s still plenty to see and do. We’ve been working with Moshi Moshi Media to capture the highlights on film. Check out the short clips and artist interviews below – just a taster of all that’s on offer for the final few days.

Artist Kathy Prendergast talks about her experience working with us.
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Something and Son’s Sweat Oratory – a four person temporary sauna on Charles Fort work – has been hugely popular and captured the imagination of locals and visitors alike, who’ve visited with their togs and cooled down with a post sweat swim in the sea.
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Mel Brimfield’s Quantum Foam continues in The Containers – three films melding humour, pathos and Pinter – dark, funny and enthralling.
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Daphne Wright’s commissioned sculpture, Evelyn, keeps watch over Charles Fort from the Engine House room.
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There’s more videos – including interviews with Ruth Lyons and The Domestic Godless – up on the website. Plus opening tonight – TV Dinners. Still a few tickets left so click here to book.

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