Luka Bloom, Keith Walsh and an exhibition by Kildare Art Collective featuring 31 artists – and all online – a Culture Night with a difference at Riverbank Arts Centre this year on Friday, 18th September.
6pm Online launch of ART FEEDS.. a collaborative exhibition by Kildare Art Collective featuring the work of 31 artists, poets, musicians and writers. Developed as a platform to process and document our lives throughout these strange times, ART FEEDS.. explores themes we have all become familiar with in recent times such as isolation, home, and the natural world. Participating artists worked collaboratively exchanging ideas and working together using alternative methods of communication such as email, letter, carrier pigeon, phone calls, telepathy, video calls and text. The diverse work created during this project is an eclectic mix with interesting themes and details arising as we adjust to our new reality and navigate changes to how we work together. You can watch a series of interviews with participating artists throughout the day on Riverbank’s social media channels, and view the full exhibition online at 6pm.
9pm LIVE BROADCAST: Luka Bloom in conversation with Keith Walsh
We are delighted to welcome renowned singer-songwriter Luka Bloom to Riverbank Arts Centre to perform tracks from his acclaimed new album, Bittersweet Crimson, interspersed with a conversation with Keith Walsh about making, recording and sharing music in 2020.
This fusion of songs and stories will be broadcast live from Riverbank Arts Centre at 9pm.
Come and join Luka and Keith online at 9pm this Culture Night – listen to some beautiful new songs by Luka and share your thoughts, comments and questions. See link for more details.