Stagezone Singing Dancing & Drama Classes at Draiocht
Stagezone Theatre School - Fridays & Saturdays
Singing Dancing & Drama Classes at Draíocht
With an emphasis on Musical Theatre
Stagezone Dance & Drama Classes (Children)
Stagezone Dance & Drama Classes (Children)
Contact information for Stagezone
Phone: Gladys Coyle 087 419 0165
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Would you like to run a class or workshop at Draíocht?
Draíocht has spaces available for hire which are suitable for most functions including conferences, presentations, meetings, auditions, rehearsals, classes and workshops.
Please call Ciara Corrigan on 01-8098024 for more information and hire fees or email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our Room Hires Section http://www.draiocht.ie/about/room_hire/
Explore More - Tours for Primary Classes
Visit Draíocht’s two exhibitions spaces, encourage students to examine and voice their opinion about the artist and their work and explore the rest of the building including our two theatre spaces, backstage and dressing rooms.
Please book with Sarah, e: email@example.com or phone 01-809 8029. Tours will take approx 50 minutes, are free, but are subject to availability. Class numbers are restricted to 30 students with accompanying teacher.
D15 Youth Theatre - Summer 2018
After participating in the PLATFORM ‘18 Gallery Launch and event in February, Youth Theatre members will work through the Spring/Summer term to develop a theatrical response to their PLATFORM experience. They will perform this response as part of ‘Performance PLATFORM’, alongside artist and composer Robbie Blake, contemporary dancers Cian Coady and Mia DiChiaro and performance artist Lisa Freeman, to an invited audience on 03 April in Draíocht’s Ground Floor Gallery. D15 Youth Theatre gives young people aged between 14-18 years a space to create, express themselves and explore ideas. To find out more contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MAKing Art: The DRAWing Exhibition
Heartscapes: Drawings by Sharon Kelly
Ground Floor Gallery
Works from the The National Collection of Contemporary Drawing (NCCD), Limerick City Gallery of Art
First Floor Gallery
MAKing Art is the first of a series of exhibitions (2018-2022) aimed at children, young people and the child in us all, which explores a particular visual art discipline, its materials, processes and varied manifestations. Drawing is the focus of the first exhibition in this series. It reveals aspects of drawing as primary means of human expression. It consists of two complementary elements: works by Sharon Kelly, a distinguished Belfast-based artist, who uses drawing as the main form of her practice; and a selection of images from the National Collection of Contemporary Drawing (NCCD), presented in collaboration with Limerick City Gallery of Art. In addition, Draíocht will commission a new drawing from Sharon Kelly informed by her engagement with the people of Dublin 15 through her artist’s residency and open studio. A specially designed programme of engagement will include family workshops, a school-based drawing residency and bespoke tours and talks. All of these elements are designed to offer a rich experience of various aspects of drawing.
Sharon Kelly is a visual artist whose practice centres on drawing and includes moving image, print and sound. The work explores themes relating to the human condition – contemplations on life, loss, healing, memory. Sharon’s work is held in public and private collections in Ireland, Britain, USA and The Netherlands. Alongside her studio-based practice, she has undertaken many residencies, site-specific projects in hospitals, collaborative projects with poets, dancers and choreographers and exploratory multimedia project in the field of education most notably with Kid’s Own Initiative, Virtually There. Sharon is a graduate of University of Ulster holding a BA and an MFA in Fine Art. She was co-founder of Paragon Studios/PS2 where she was co-director from 1993-2016 and where she continues to have her studio. Sharon is a full member of Royal Ulster Academy of Art.
The National Collection of Contemporary Drawing (NCCD) was officially founded by the Limerick Contemporary Art group, comprised of artists and business people of Limerick in 1987 with the aim of giving the city a distinctive collection of contemporary artwork. The NCCD collection is part of the permanent collection of Limerick City Gallery of Art and comprises of over 200 artworks, which embrace all forms of contemporary drawing practice reflecting in its constantly changing nature as it adapts to new technologies and artistic ideas.
The Artists included in this exhibition at Draíocht include: Dorothy Cross, Liadin Cooke, Brian Bourke, Piet Moog, Alan Keane, Brian Maguire, John Aiken, Felim Egan, Niamh O’Malley, Elizabeth McGill, Nigel Rolfe, Arno Kramer, Tjibbe Hooghemstra, Susan Dunne, Aileen McKeogh, Nick Miller, Siobhan Piercy, Chris Boland and Kyd & Kyde Konenyykb.
Curated by Sharon Murphy
Assisted by Emma Brennan
Image: ‘Portrait of Self with White’, Sharon Kelly, (2008), Watercolour, gouache, pencil and graphite powder on paper, 35 x 25cm
Secondary Cycle Art Exam Preparation
SECONDARY CYCLE ART EXAM PREPERATION
MAY-JUN 2018 DUR: 50 mins FREE
This tour has been created to support pupils preparing for Art Exam Papers. The exhibition ‘MAKing Art: The DRAWing Exhibition’ offers a unique opportunity to engage with works from a national collection, as well as an array of portrait works. The tour also offers support to questions on visiting an exhibition or a gallery space. Facilitated by Draíocht artists, this tour gives students the opportunity to ask questions and explore Draíocht’s exhibitions, focusing on how we layout, install, display and light work. They will also have an opportunity to make notes, sketches and diagrams. Contact Sarah on 01-8098029 to arrange a tour that will help students answer possible questions around gallery installation and exhibitions. Max 30 students per class with accompanying teacher. These tours take place over the course of the ‘MAKing Art: The DRAWing Exhibition’.
The Creative Crèche Programme - Summer 2018
Artists Orla Kelly and Andrew Carson will work with two Dublin 15 pre-schools, Barnardo’s in Mulhuddart and Oakridge Pre-school, to explore and respond to the exhibition ‘MAKing Art: The DRAWing Exhibition’ (Pgs 34-35) in Draíocht’s Ground Floor Gallery. Through facilitated visits to the Gallery and then back in their own classroom, the children will scribble, doodle, shade and blend with pencils and charcoal as they explore drawing and mark making. It will most definitely be messy, and most definitely be fun. For further information about this Outreach Crèche programme contact email@example.com
Fingal Film Club - Making More Movies
With Kilian Waters of Shoot To Kill Productions
Age Range: 14-18 Years / €15 for Course
Tuesday 08th of May // 7pm-9pm
Tuesday 15th of May // 7pm-9pm
Tuesday 22th of May // 7pm-9pm/
Saturday 26th of May // 10.30am-4.30pm
Tuesday 29th of May // 7pm-9pm
Kilian will guide participants through the practical elements of filmmaking. For the second time this year, the collaborative and fun workshops will allow D15 Youth Theatre members to feature in a film, while allowing film making participants to explore everything that happens behind the camera lens and to gain an understanding of each of the different roles involved in making a film, from story, to script to screen.
If you are interested in writing, directing, how to generate stories, camera or sound work, or how to cast and communicate with actors, this course is for you!
Funded by Fingal County Council Arts Office, Fingal Film Club offers young people the opportunity to learn all about film through a series of programmes and short courses throughout the year.
Booking through Box Office 01-8852622