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Hosted by Flux Learning, a digital education company based in West Cork, Ireland, this podcast showcases the exceptional, innovative and imaginative work of those working in enterprise and the creative arts. Subscribe to the podcast. Join the community on Twitter and Instagram Visit https://www.corkcreative.ie for more information.
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In this episode we are joined by craniosacral therapist Sara Devoy. We chat about the benefits of this holistic approach to settling the nervous system and how it can address various physical and emotional issues. Sara shares stories of helping clients navigate challenges and highlights the importance of focusing on the positive aspects of healing …
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In this episode, we talk to Nuri Albakri and Caroline Walsh about their creativity, cosplaying, diorama creation and customisations. From growing up in Malaysia to hosting the inaugural Feel the Force festival in Dunmanway, we speak about the importance of community and creativity of West Cork.Door Cork Creative
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In this episode, we chat to Orla and Armand from Farraige about seaweed art-about the patience required for turning a piece of nature into a piece of art, the wonders of this multifaceted yet underrated element of our coastal landscapes and the importance of passion, giving things a go and the support of friends and family.…
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In this episode we are joined by stylist Michelle Coughlan. We discuss her path to becoming a stylist from being a fashion loving child to working on projects for internationally renowned brands in the US, her return home to Ireland, the importance of networking, the different facets of her work and her future plans.…
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As her second book launches, children’s author Leona Forde joins us on the Cork Creative podcast to chat about the turning of a story for her daughter into the publication of a successful first book, her inspirations and writing process, the importance of relatable and diverse characters, and her experiences as an author.…
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In the first part of our coffee roasting series, we are joined by Brock Lewin from Badger & Dodo. We discuss the building blocks of one of the first Irish specialty coffee roasters, the development of their product & brand, the importance of getting the basics right, their focus on quality and Brock’s belief that it's best to let the coffee do the …
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In this episode, we return to our Business Supports Series with a chat to Rachel Kelleher from Mix Coworking in Clonakilty. Along with her partner Michael Kote, they have turned a passion project into a successful business. In this episode, we discuss their journey to both Clonakilty and the creation of a coworking space, learnings from the origina…
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We are joined by sound healer, author and musician Claire Marie Barton who talks to us about her interesting work, how the loss of her first baby became a transformative event for her, the importance of self-expression and taking time out and she imparts some very sage advice. A bonus mini sound healing session is available as another episode where…
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In the final part of our Estate Agents Series we chat to Andy Donoghue from Hodnett Forde Property Services about his path into property, the skills needed to be a good estate agent, the cyclical nature of the property market and dealing with that, the emotive nature of what he does and having a thick skin.…
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Martin from Martin Kelleher Property Services in Clonakilty chats to us about how a nice car inspired his career choice, the pros and cons of being an independent operator, the importance of realistically portraying a property to its best potential along with the highs and lows of his job.Door Cork Creative
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In the first part of our Estate Agents Series, we talk to Majella Galvin from DNG Galvin in Bandon. We discuss her path into auctioneering, the importance of marketing, networking and being part of business groups and organisations, trends in the property market, the importance of supporting and educating clients on their property journey and the m…
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Cork Creative: the journey so far Cork Creative is approaching its two year anniversary. We have had over 25 guests on the podcast from artists to authors, distillers to declutters and many more interesting characters who have chatted to us about the highs and lows of their journeys to now. With that in mind, we felt it was important for the two ho…
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In this episode we are joined by muralist and artist Martina Flanagan. We discuss her path to now-through colleges and jobs & her moment of enlightenment. We speak about her superheroes in woman empowerment, her process, the impact of social media and she shares some sage advice for wannabe artists.Door Cork Creative
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We are joined by vintage & antique guru Rita Holding of RH vintage Interiors. We discuss the evolution of her hobbyist passion to a business, the great partnership she has with her husband Ian, having a good business head & the wonders and evocative nature of vintage & antique pieces.Door Cork Creative
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In this episode we are joined by East Cork artist Nicola Geary whose work ranges from clay faces to brightly coloured canvas. A lover of texture and colours, her work is constantly evolving. We chat about her journey from artist to chef and back again, the surge in creativity she has experienced, the importance of her mother, family, creative colla…
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In this episode, we chat to Maura O’Connell from West Cork Casting Studio. She explains her journey from Social Science Graduate to life-casting & producer of memorial jewellery, the highly emotive element of her work, the touching stories that make her work so special, overcoming her periods of procrastination & self-doubt & learning to take it ea…
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In the fourth part of our Business Supports Series we speak to Arran O’Driscoll , Chair at Clonakilty Credit Union. We chat about the differences between credit unions and banks, the importance to the credit union of building relationships with members and welcoming them in, how credit unions can help business to manage their day to day finances an…
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In this episode we speak to Peter Walsh , Chairman of Brookpark Business Centre in Dunmanway. Brookpark is an advanced technology business centre featuring Conference, Training, Board Room, Offices, Co-Working and Hot Desk facilities. Peter tells us the story of how Brookpark came about, what Brookpark can offer local businesses, the importance of …
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In the second part of our Business Supports series, we chat to Fiona Ryan, the Start Up & Entrepreneurship Manager in the Ludgate Hub in Skibbereen about her insights for post covid trends for business, how the Ludgate is shaping its own path from those trends and how it facilitates and supports local business and the wider community across the gen…
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Kevin Curran from the Local Enterprise Office joins us to tell us why the LEO should be the first port of call for any new business and any business that wants to expand. He simplifies business plans, shares what he believes are the biggest mistakes business’ make and discusses the importance of having an online presence-all with a few interesting …
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In the fourth part of our Craft Brewers & Distillers Series, husband & wife team Daniel Emerson from Stonewell Cider & Géraldine Javoy from Nohoval Apple Wines educate us on all things apple, the perpetual motion of research & design, maintaining a strong profile, collaboration, sustainability & growing their businesses post-pandemic.…
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In the third part of our Craft Brewers & Distillers series, Séamus Ó Drisceoil from Cape Clear Island Distillery chats to us about their goal to have a high quality distinctive gin that reflects Cape Clear Island, the community endeavour that is central to the distillery, the importance of safeguarding the distillery environs & their plans for the …
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Niamh Morrison, creator of HEN Jewellery joins us in this episode. A lover of her surroundings, Niamh uses the beautiful West Cork landscape as inspiration for her designs. We discuss the positive & negative impacts of the pandemic, the dramas of the creative process, the constant learning curve & her fetish for hammers.…
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