Join Mark Maguire, Assistant Curator for Schools and Family Programmes, IMMA and Educator, Eibhlín Campbell, for a series of art workshops, discovering links to the visual art curriculum, including looking and responding in the galleries and discussing artworks. Hannah-Clare de Gordun is a multi-disciplinary visual artist; she will lead two practical workshops in the Project Studios during November, exploring art-making processes using print-making materials.
|Saturday, 11 November 2023||10:00am – 12:30pm|
|Saturday, 18 November 2023||10:00am – 12:30pm|
|Saturday, 20 January 2024||10:00am – 12:30pm|
|Saturday, 27 January 2024||10:00am – 12:30pm|
If you are a primary teacher, this series offers great opportunities to:
This workshop series is free but booking is essential. You can choose which workshops to attend but all four will be interlinked. Places are limited and booking is on a first come, first served basis. Participants do not need any prior knowledge or experience of art-making or to have attended previous workshops in this series. Warm but practical clothing is recommended due to working in studios and using art materials. For more information, email [email protected].
Hannah-Clare de Gordun is a multi-disciplinary visual artist. She explore themes of heritage and identity through her work. Both sides of her family were lacemakers, tailors & seamstresses. She honours their legacies by working through the medium of textiles. Her process is auto-didactic, placing importance on the influence of embodied knowledge.
Eibhlín Campbell is a primary school teacher with a diploma in Arts Management and Cultural Policy and a Master’s degree in Education from U.C.D: thesis entitled “(In)Forming Policy and Practice: Initial Teacher Education in Visual Arts for Irish Primary School Teachers”. She works as a Teacher Creative Associate with the Arts Council on the national Creative Schools programme. She has worked previously on CPD for primary school teachers. She has worked as a freelance researcher on several arts education projects and co-authored ‘Red lines between the fingers’: a review of the IMMA/Breaking the cycle project (IMMA, 2004) and ‘Artformations’: A review of a collaboration between the Abbey Theatre and IMMA (2005).
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