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The Sunday Society by Brown & Bri

The Sunday Society

An entirely inclusive dining club and funding body. We invite you to join The Sunday Society. All you have to do is eat lunch with us.
Five euro pays for your food and, should you feel inspired, a submission of a small scale proposal. All the submissions go into a kitty and are up for discussion over lunch, after which all members present will cast a vote for their preference. The proposal with the most votes receives all the money.
Members should estimate that we’ll collect between one and two hundred euro when submitting their idea. However the more money in the pot, the more ambitious proposals can become so if the group decides, another lunch can be arranged to boost the kitty further. The society has the potential to take on a life of its own with a Dublin base and continue meeting and generating pots of money for projects.

Submissions for this lunch can be for production costs of new work, travel costs to assist research, an idea to be realised within PhotoIreland festival or anything you deem appropriate.
Supported by The Galley Café.

Info

Date: 4pm Saturday 16 July
Price: eur5

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About Brown & Bri

BROWN&BRI is a creative project founded by Rachel Brown and Brighdin Farren, focused on collaborative, entrepreneurial, sustainable ideas: “We work with individuals, collectives, institutions and sometimes by ourselves to realise our projects, which vary in format but always seek to fill a gap or need in a particular place or time. At the moment we find ourselves operating within diverse spheres of interest. Adapting curatorial, artistic and business models to develop a hybrid practice with the language and functions to fit our needs and whims. We like photographic image, understanding and designing physical space, collections, other people’s agendas and common threads of experience. We are interested in the machinery of the art world and ways of operating, interpreting or reinventing it”.

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