Sounds From A Safe Harbour Festival Merch
We were delighted to produce the merchandise for this years Sounds From A Safe Harbour Festival in Cork, Ireland. SFSH is a collaboration and shared experiences are at the beating heart of this festival. Intimate venues and spaces throughout the city are here for you to immerse yourself in.
What is Sounds From A Safe Harbour?
Sounds from a Safe Harbour (SFSH) is a biennial festival of music, dance, art, and conversation, curated by Bryce and Aaron Dessner of The National, actor Cillian Murphy, playwright Enda Walsh, and Mary Hickson (Director of 37d03d). Since its inception, residency practice has been at the heart of this festival – providing space and time for artists to develop their practice, learn from and collaborate with each other. The award winning SFSH has developed an international reputation for providing this specific and nourishing service to artists. The spirit of Irish creativity and fun has been at the heart of these residencies. SFSH has demonstrated great ability to ignite ideas, develop ideas, present work in development, grow projects, find international partners for work and present the end results. They are interested in testing new ideas and bringing people together, building an international reputation for collaborative based practice with Irish artists at the core, and using this platform to elevate Irish practice and bring it to a world stage.
SFSH have great taste, style and care deeply about sustainability and the planet. That’s why they choose items from our Stanley Stella range. Organic cotton totes and sweatshirts were the choice to represent the festivals amazing artwork. Printed using our Kornit Direct To Garment printers for a super soft no feel texture print.
SFSH A Roaring Success In Cork
Sounds From A Safe Harbour was back for a fourth edition – the first since the pandemic – and again provided a feast of events for audiences, and the type of collaborative experiences that make it so popular with visiting artists. Music headliners such as Wilco and Feist packed the city’s Opera House, but it was the dozens of scheduled smaller gigs and impromptu pop-up events that made Safe Harbour truly special.
source – Irish Examiner