On Wednesday 11th March, IADT Enterprise Week presents Green Day.
Green Day is a first year Business and Arts Management initiative that will take place on the 11TH of March. The management group are taking part in the second day of Enterprise week, the theme is awareness. The class are separated in groups of 7, each group have generated ideas and issues to display to students, staff and general public.
Green Gig will feature a mellow atmosphere showcasing talent from inside and outside the college. Green Gig will have two acts playing acoustic music – ‘South Company’ and ‘Becky’. Green Gig asks the ‘question’ “Can a group of musicians who have never met or played with one another, improvise together to produce something spontaneous?” This gig will have an emphasis on involving YOU and inviting YOU to play along. Instruments (maracas, tambourines, shakers, drums) will be provided for participates at a first come first serve basis.
The Therapy of Music is a project to display how music can be used as a mental stimulant, not just for entertainment purposes. Different genres provoke different emotions. In the words of Jimmy Hendrix “music doesn’t lie. If there is something to be changed in the world it can only happen through music”. There will be an investigation carried out to test the noise pollution effects on the social environment.
Prejudice against Race will give you a chance to educate yourself by understanding the concepts of race, ethnicity and nationality and how to address racisms. The public will also have a chance to learn how far integration in Ireland is and is it successful.
Freegan Food is aiming to promote a healthier lifestyle free from any animal derived products with vegan tasting sessions and recipe hand-out. There will be various tasting sessions throughout the day and they want to encourage people to take the time to use our mind map to give their thoughts on smelly vegan food, people can make our recipes at home by taking a flyer that will have a recipe
The Fuel to Fight is a short film created to encourage a conversation about the upcoming marriage equality referendum. This year will see Ireland be the first country in the world to hold a referendum on equal marriage. This film gives students of IADT a voice to say how they feel about marriage equality and what it means to them. As the film is shown in the chapel on Green Day there will an information desk with details on the referendum and how to get on the supplementary registrar to be able to vote in May.
College Cup Campaign captures the core desire of caffeine on campus, following up this frenzy they intend to collect a week’s load of Costa Cups and total up how many were collected at the end of the week. A contest will be commended for students to see how many cups are in the bag and in return a prize will be rewarded to the most successful contender, the winner will receive free lunch for a week in The Hub.
Bad Meets Good is the exploration of merciless events using image sources to capture an essence of humanity by creating artistic morality of IADT students. The impression of each art piece will be set only by the students and a discussion will then be held by each member of the group of the reason behind each controversial image and a question of could there be a flawless aspect to the piece or artistry ?
For more information make sure to contact DL822Y1@iadt.ie or firstname.lastname@example.org