Earagail Arts Festival, Regional Cultural Centre and An Grianán Theatre present

The Song of Wandering Aengus

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Earagail Arts Festival, Regional Cultural Centre and An Grianán Theatre present

The Song of Wandering Aengus featuring Junk Drawer, Diarmuid Mac Diarmada, The Clumsy Giantess and Taf Hassam, Vincent

In celebration of the life and music of our colleague, friend and truly gifted artist, Aengus Friel Lawrence, Earagail Arts Festival, the Regional Cultural Centre and An Grianán Theatre host a showcase of Aengus’ artistic collaborators and inspirators. All proceeds from this event will be donated to Icare/Sonas and Bluestack Foundation.

Diarmuid Mac Diarmada, The Clumsy Giantess and Taf Hassam are Sligo-Leitrim based. The trio are planning a long-form immersive work to celebrate the life and work of Aengus Friel  using beats, tape and electronics to evoke his special spirit.

Diarmuid MacDiarmada is a multidisciplinary veteran of the Irish art and music world from the most popular platforms to the esoteric hinterlands.

Tara Baoth Mooney works in collaboration with The Clumsy Giantess, a shadow persona that enables her to engage with her  practice and the living world. Clumsy lives an interdisciplinary life encompassing sound, song, performance, textiles, drawing, and video. She explores lived experience and the inter-relationship of people and practice, daily ritual and objects within respective ecologies.

Warmer Climes is artist, musician, and organiser, Taf Hassam. He is the co-founder of Second Culture Press and the independent art & music venue, New Conditions, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Based now in Sligo, Taf’s music often utilises both analogue and digital technologies to construct repetitive melodies and rhythms, creating a multi-layered trance like/ecstatic mental space. Other music projects include, Black & White Radio with Paul Corrigan (Gulpt), and Antakya Remains with Dan Guiney (Trumpets of Jericho).

Vincent O Callaghan is a Derry-based producer and filmmaker whose latest releases include collaborations with Aengus.

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