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Trash Culture Revue in Cork from 5th - 8th May

category cork | arts and media | press release author Wednesday April 27, 2011 17:50author by mutantspace - mutantspace arts resourceauthor email admin at mutantspace dot ie Report this post to the editors

DIY arts festival hits Cork City in the Trash Culture Revue

The Trash Culture Revue is set to hit Cork with an eclectic mix of art, literature, theatre, gigs, slam poetry, film, food and workshops. Itís like no other arts festival in the country as itís all produced on a zero budget by members of Irelandís only free online arts resource, mutantspace.ie.

Through the collective will of its 800 members, mutantspace arts resource is delighted to be producing a new edition of The Trash Culture Revue with everything from a poetry and harp recital over lunch to a short film competition, punk pop and country music to readings from the Leitrim Pig Executive and the sweet Tale of Beetle and Bets to a Nashville Songwriting workshop for all you wordsmiths out there.

Mutantspace is also hosting some of its Dublin members from The Brown Bread Mixtape and a number of Irelandís top spoken word poets such as Colm Keegan and Stephen James Smith. Thereís a Sunday BBQ and acoustic homage to Nirvanas classic album, Nevermind, which is 20 years old this year, and our members in the Big City Folk Collective from New York are showcasing an alt/folk line up of some of the best talent that City has to offer.

What makes The Trash Culture Revue so special is that all the aspects of the festival from the performers to the designers, production crew to marketing professionals and photographers to volunteers are members of mutantspace arts resource, a co Ė operative dedicated to the idea that by sharing their skills and resources with each other they can do anything, anywhere, anyhow. And they do, all the time

Related Link: http://www.mutantspace.ie
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