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Lets Stay Together

Fingal County Council

The "Let's Stay Together" was a project devised by the Fingal County Council Arts Office at the beginning of Covid 19 with the aim of connecting artists with their community during lock down.

Subject: Artist Una Sealy

Brief: To capture artist Una Sealy at work while she explains her portrait process.
All recording was to be done remotely.
Process: We created a set of instructions for Una on recording time lapse and cut-aways. The conversation was recorded remotely by our videographer and then edited together with the footage Una had captured. Graphics and images were added in post production.

This piece with writer Lauren, incorporated her readings as well as sounds files that Lauren uses as part of her work.

All recording took place remotely and the sound files were added in post production.

This piece was filmed with Musicians Donal Kearney and Michael Dawson who own and run the Fingal Academy of Music. They began creating online content at the start of Covid-19 so they could keep engaging with their students and community during lock down.

As part of this online piece they created and filmed a piece teaching the viewer how to sing the Irish song Óró mo Bháidín. We recorded the interview with the lads and Julie Clarke from Fingal Arts and then combined it with their footage to create a lively interactive online piece.

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