Grace Enemaku, narrated by FeliSpeaks

  • Wed 16 Mar
  • Ages
    Over 18s

    Grace Enemaku, narrated by FeliSpeaks

    Grace Enemaku

    Grace Enemaku is an award-winning, Nigerian-Irish multidisciplinary designer and illustrator from Dublin, who creates branding and illustration for the unconventional.

    Her work is filled with colour and playful shapes, featuring a diverse array of characters.

    • Grace Enemaku

      Grace’s projects vary from conceptual branding for startups and SMEs to print and illustration for the local arts, like Dublin Vinyl and Hen’s Teeth. She recently co-founded DesignOpp, an IDI initiative to champion diversity for people of colour in the Irish design and creative industry. She won a 100Archive Award in 2020 for her Dublin Vinyl record packaging and has exhibited with Hen's Teeth, Music, Memory and the Night and Where Are The Black Designers. Select clients include Arnotts, Facebook, AIB, The Science Gallery and Gill Books. You can check out her work at or follow her on Instagram/Tiktok @enemaku and her Twitter is @GraceEnemaku.


      FELISPEAKS is a Nigerian-Irish Poet, Performer, Playwright from Co. Longford currently based in Dublin City. Nominated ‘Best Performer’ by Dublin Fringe Festival Sep. 2018 and a Member of the Poetry Ireland Board of Directors, she is a member of the Poetry Collective, WeAreGriot. Her poem: ‘For Our Mothers’ is in the English Ordinary Level Leaving Cert Curriculum for examination year 2023. FELISPEAKS is currently enjoying creating poetry and performance pieces that always promise to introduce her audience to the journey of emotion in every story. Honoured to share her thought processes about life’s experiences and her passions on stage; FELISPEAKS hopes to inspire thought, excitement and perspective. She has graced some prestigious stages including National Concert Hall, Dublin Castle, opening for THISISPOPBABY’S RIOT show and Kate Tempest on the Vicar St stage, and Saul Williams at the Sugar Club, Olympia Theatre in response to Repeal the 8th, Theatre Stage at Electric Picnic, Smock Alley Theatre. She has participated in festivals such as Mother Tongues Festival (Talkatives, February 2020 Tallaght); Women and Children First in Ghent, Belgium, March 2020: St. Patrick’s Festival 2018, 2019, 2020; First Fortnight Festival, Dublin 2018, 2020; Dublin Fringe Festival 2018, 2019; Wexford Literary Festival 2019, Cuirt International Galway Festival 2019, Electric Picnic 2018, O’Bheal Winter Warmer Festival Cork 2018, and Waterford Writers Weekend 2020