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Bullet Journaling is an analogue organisation system in a digital world. It helps to track the past, organise the present and plan for the future. If you’re fed up with apps, bits of paper everywhere and general chaos, this is the system for you. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, ideas hub, and calendar – or all of these things and more, in just one place!

It’s creative, helps you to focus and it can even change your life. It’s a real complement to busy, tech-filled lives, enhancing well-being. At this workshop, you can find out all about what a Bullet Journal is, how it can be used and look at some examples. You will then have the opportunity to have some fun getting started on your own journal.

You might like to bring any other diaries or planners you are already using. Also, bring along anything else you might want to include – to-do-lists/photos/images/anything creative.

The capacity for this creative workshop is 15 participants. Admission is free.

Lauralee Guiney is a visual artist based in Dublin. A stationary enthusiast, she has used a Bullet Journal for five years and believes absolutely everyone can use this incredibly creative system to get organised.

The IMMA Shop has a wide selection of stationary available with a workshop discount.

Following the workshop, we recommend a visit to the exhibition Derek Jarman, PROTEST! before it closes on 23 February 2020. Admission is free.

About the Artist

Derek Jarman 1942–1994

English artist Derek Jarman studied at the Slade School of Art, London, in the early 60s, and was part of a group of young painters who embodied a changing mood in British art. From the late 1960s Jarman worked in set design. In 1976 he produced his first feature film.  In socially conservative Britain, his work made queer lives and history visible. From the 1980s, Jarman made music videos with artists including The Smiths, Marianne Faithful, Bob Geldof, Marc Almond, the Pet Shop Boys and Suede.

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