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Scroll our feed below to see various activities from our sponsorship of MoLI.

You will see photos from our press launch, rationale for the Ebow brand creative that lives on the internal museum screens as well as a recent radio interview.

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Poet Hazel Gorman

First Fridays September

First Fridays, September began with an excellent poetry reading by Hazel Hogan.

Hazel’s poem ‘Grangegorman’ is on the Junior Cert syllabus.

Curated by Anne Enright

the wanderging i

The wandering i, curated by Anne Enright, is an interactive audio-visual experience, which uses eye-tracking software and responsive soundscape to show your unique reading of Ulysses – with one person admitted at a time.

the wandering i

Ulysses 2.2

The wandering i is an interactive audio-visual experience, which uses eye-tracking software and a responsive soundscape to show your unique reading of Ulysses.

Reading is something most of us take for granted, but it is an incredibly complex skill. Far from being a plodding business of looking at one word and then the next – reading is a dance of difficulty, interest and delight.

Our eyes skip across the sentences, while our brains fill in the blanks.

And Ulysses is full of blanks: it is full of things we don’t entirely understand. More than any other book, Ulysses happens in the reader’s head. Joyce demands that we figure the meaning out for ourselves, and this makes it a profoundly democratic work. Each unique reading makes Ulysses bigger, by the choices we make and the meanings we take, as our eyes move across the page.

Pictured above is a gaze map, which represents one of our unique readings of Ulysses.

Sono Pazzi Questi Romani!

Good Morning Dublin Interview with David Douglas

David discusses Ebow The Digital Agency’s sponsorship of The Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) on the Dublin Chamber section of Good Morning Dublin, Dublin City FM.

“From Asterix to Iris Murdoch” and how COVID-19 and the internet’s propensity for un-researched content highlighted his wish to align the agency with quality content from quality sources.

Also discussed is the Ebow’s way of working regarding meeting and pitch space in MoLI. 

Kate Swift Photographer

Photos, backgrounds and headshots

All our new team photos have all been taken in the mezzanine room of MoLI. The backdrops, light and surroundings are superb.

To do these photos we enlisted the help of Irish photographer Kate Swift.

Zoe Brady, David Douglas & Simon O'Connor

Ebow and the Museum of Literature Ireland sponsorship to develop Digital@MoLI

With the recent launch of The Ulysses100 digital platform, celebrating the Centenary of Ulysses – which launched on February 2nd, the time is right for Simon O’Connor, Director of the Museum of Literature Ireland and David Douglas, Director of Ebow, The Digital Agency to announce a partnership between the two organisations, which is an investment by Ebow in the ongoing development of the digitisation of the museum, an alignment of professionals who understand the value and potential of the digital space and who share a belief in the importance of digital engagement for culture, education, literature and so much more.

 

Pictured are David Douglas, MD of Ebow The Digital Agency with Simon O’Connor, Director of MoLI and Zoe Brady, Fundraising and Finance Officer at MoLI.

Zoe Brady, David Douglas & Simon O'Connor

"In the particular is contained the universal."

Pictured are David Douglas, MD of Ebow The Digital Agency with Simon O’Connor, Director of MoLI and Zoe Brady, Fundraising and Finance Officer at MoLI looking at our visuals for the museums display screens.

You can see the screens in situ when you visit the museum.

Zoe Brady, David Douglas & Simon O'Connor

I can't go on, I'll go on.

Pictured are David Douglas, MD of Ebow The Digital Agency with Simon O’Connor, Director of MoLI and Zoe Brady, Fundraising and Finance Officer at MoLI looking at our visuals for the museums display screens.

You can see the screens in situ when you visit the museum.

Iris Murdoch, Under the Net

Our Promotional Video Screens in MoLI

We chose Dame Iris Murdoch as she was a second cousin (or thereabouts!) of our MD.

Iris was played by Kate Winslet and Dame Judi Dench in the Oscar nominated 2001 film, Iris.

The picture used is from the Bill Evans and Jim Hall album ‘Undercurrent’.

You can see the screens in situ when you visit the museum.

I can't go on. I'll go on.

Molly McGlynn & Samuel Beckett

We chose this Samuel Beckett quote as it is tattoo’d on the arm of one of David’s first cousins, the director, Molly McGlynn (The Wonder Years, Grace and Frankie).

We like that Molly is now in MoLI.

 

In Dublin They Really Tell You Things

Pat Ingoldsby

This Pat Ingoldsby quote was chosen by Aiden Grennelle as it is one of his favourite quotes, MoLI is situated on Stephen’s Green and published a book of poems by Irish legend Pat Ingoldsby.

You can see the screens in situ when you visit the museum.

James Joyce Ulysses Centenary

Crafting Richly Rewarding Experiences

We have various creative on the screens in MoLI with some nice reasons behind the choice of theme, imagery or artist.

This one was an obvious inclusion as 2022 is the centenary of James Joyce’s Ulysses.

We wrote the tagline ‘Crafting Richly Rewarding Experiences’ for our sponsorship of the museum. We wanted a line that we felt represented a common ground in what both organisation strive to achieve.

You can see the first edition of the in the famous Hellenic Blue colour at MoLI.

You can see the Ebow screens in situ when you visit the museum.

David, Zoe and Simon

Immersive, engaging experiences are key.

At Ebow The Digital Agency we are committed to bringing brands, companies and content to life.

As an agency we know that content and creativity in crafting a brands message is intrinsically linked to insights, strategy and context.

We felt The Museum of Literature was the perfect partner to showcase this kind of thinking.

Content, Content, Content.

Creative Content

One of the many reasons behind our sponsorship was to allow our team the ability to create the kind of content they want and showcase the agencies range.

It allows our clients to see us at our best and it allows all our team members the chance to exercise their own style(s).

We seed this content out across all our social platforms but its first home is our website.

Pulling out lines and putting in graphics

Every piece of content tells its own story.

What we are enjoying is the ability to tell a wider story uses several pieces of content.

Like literature we hope that it all pulls together to form an overarching message.

One about what Ebow The Digital Agency stands for.

Where one begins the other can take over

Content that compliments.

We continue to develop our relationship with MoLI and get to know one and other even more.

An offshoot of this is the ability to share and co-promote each others content.

Where there is synergy and common ground, both organisations’ followers can remain engaged by new and interesting content.