Dublin Creative Review
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A talk show that speaks to makers, artists and creatives that are making Dublin a remarkable place to be. A conversation with creators that you need to pay attention to along with reports of events, creations, and developments happening around Dublin. From art, film, journalism, music, food, video games to publishing and everything in between. Every fortnight. This is Dublin Creative Review.
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Episode 45: Bodytonic, Live Collision 2017, A History of Play, IFI Spotlight 2017
Trevor O'Shea is the man behind Bodytonic. Owner of Wigwam, The Bernard Shaw, Its own record label, Eatyard, The Beatyard Festival among a lot more things. From music to food to tech. Sebastian Stephenson speaks to Trevor about how he manages it all, what have been some of the endeavorers that didn't work out, forecasting the music industry and more. We also report on a new exhibition in Draíocht called A History of Play, check out what's coming up in Live Art festival, Live Collision and change the irish film state of the industry with IFI Spotlight 2017. [Bodytonic](https://bodytonicmusic.com) [Bodytonic on Twitter](https://twitter.com/bodytonic) [Bodytonic on Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/bodytonic/) ## Segment 1: Live Collision Festival 2017 The Live Collision International Festival returns for 2017. The live art festival brings international acts as well as national to the Project Arts Centre and other spaces around Dublin. It also provides a year round producing house which helps artists and companies to produce works at various stages of development. The festival is focused on the creative and developmental arc of the artist over their lifetime and the immediate presentness of live art.The festival director, Lynette Moran told me what this means when the festival comes round each year. [Live Collision website](http://www.livecollision.com) ## Segment 2: A History of Play by Eamon O'Kane A History of Play is an exhibition by Eamon O'Kane and its about Kindergarten. Its interactive and has been in many cities around the world and its based on the idea and objects by the inventor of Kindergarten, Friedrich Fröbel. It is currently in Draíocht in Blanchstown and is part of a series of works that have been curated by Sharon Murphy, the 2017 Curator-in-Residence. The series is looking at youth culture and visual culture. In the exhibition there are objects inspired by what are called Fröbels Gifts which are toys to foster creativity and expression and Eamon described to me what is in the space. [A History of Play in Dríaocht](http://www.draiocht.ie/visual_arts/a_history_of_play_eamon_okane) [Sharon Murphy Curator in Residence 2017 - Dríaocht Blog](http://www.draiocht.ie/blog/entry/sharon_murphy_curator_in_residence_2017) [Dríaocht on Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/DraiochtBlanch/) [Dríaocht on Twitter](https://twitter.com/Draiocht_Blanch) ## Segment 3: IFI Spotlight 2017 The Irish Film Institute held their annual review of the