Category Archives: Workshops/Events

48-Hour Film Challenge

Writers, directors, actors, DOPs, all filmmaking enthusiasts are welcome to join us and get yourself on a team for the 48hr filmmaking¬†challenge, taking place in Tog from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th December. This is a great opportunity if you want to try out filmmaking and don’t know where to start. All skill levels welcome. […]

What’s on in Tog in December

Lock Picking: Break the bonds of true love, learn to open one or many of the padlocks we harvest from the Halfpenny Bridge. Lock picking nights are on every second Monday, we are meeting on the 10th December at 7pm, taking a rest over Christmas, and will be back in 2019. Basic lock picking sets […]

That’s a wrap: fun, flicks and fleadh

Filmmaking is an art and craft with a rich history of can do creative making technology usage prop and set design and musical composition. Tog hosted  its first film hackathon in November – the Kino Kabaret.   We had 35 participants, many of who brought in their friends and family to serve as extras and […]

Dublin Science Week Family Open Day

  We are bringing our demo and projects along to the Dublin Science Week Family Open Day on Saturday 17th of November. There will be two sessions for all the family to see science shows, experiments and lots of hands-on activities. The event takes place in  The Convention Centre Dublin and tickets can be booked on the following link. https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/dublin-science-week-family-open-day-tickets-51871722719 

Science Week Lightning Talks

We are hosting on a night of talks to coincide with Science Week in conjunction with the Young Engineers Society. A week of nationwide events to celebrate science in our everyday lives. We have six exciting talks on a diverse range of topics. Each speaker will have 15 minutes to cover a topic they are passionate about. The event will kick off […]

OpenStreetmap Meetup and Mapillary Workshop on the 24th November from 11am to 3pm

After OpenStreetMap Ireland’s successful launch as a company, it is time to get back into the swing of things and start mapping again. OSM is the Wikipedia of mapping where the users contribute to the map, either locally through direct observation, by satellite imagery or from in car-mounted cameras, on bicycles, etc, with Mapillary. Bring […]