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Reinterpreting 1913: A radio series

category dublin | arts and media | press release author Tuesday January 21, 2014 13:55author by Weldon - NearFM Report this post to the editors

Series explores artistic influence of 1913

The series looks at the influence that the industrial dispute had on several different artistic disciplines from Literature and Song to Poetry, Drama and History.

Reinterpreting 1913 is a Sound and Vision funded radio series which explores the artistic influence of the 1913 Lockout in Ireland. It begins Friday 24th of January at 6pm and runs for 3 weeks (January 24th, 31st and February 7th) on NearFM.

The series looks at the influence that the industrial dispute had on several different artistic disciplines from Literature and Song to Poetry, Drama and History.

It explores both well known texts such as James Plunketts "Strumpet City" to contemporary art pieces created by community groups in response to the 100year commemoration of the Lockout.

NearFM broadcasts on 90.3FM in North East Dublin and is available to stream live internationally from www.near.ie/livestream

Related Link: http://www.near.ie/livestream
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