Draiocht and The Connect Club 2019
This July will be Draíocht’s 12th year working with the Daughters of Charity’s Summer ’Connect Club’ in Laurel Lodge. The camp, catering for young people with varying degrees of intellectual disability, aims at providing an outlet that is fun and focused on the individuals likes and interests. In the past our Artists have facilitated drama, dance, music and visual art workshops, encouraging participants to work on their individual creativity and style. Workshops are for ages 12-18 years.
The Artful Classroom
A CPD Programme for Primary School Teachers
We are delighted to present this programme aimed at primary school teachers and delivered by professionally trained creative professionals, artists and educators - Architect Aoife Banim (Construction), Artists Beth O’Halloran (Paint & Colour), Clare Breen (ICT, Clay, Fabric, Fibre), Anne Bradley (Drawing), and Catriona Leahy (Print).
The programme takes place in Draíocht and includes visits to IMMA.
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A partnership between Fingal Arts Office & Superprojects
Sing Me To The Sea
Anna Newell Theatre Adventures
Draiocht will be out and about for a week in July with 9 shows of 'Sing Me To The Sea', taking place in St. Michael’s House Leisure Centre and Swimming Pool and the Central Remedial Clinic.
Sing Me To The Sea is a multisensory adventure for children and young people with complex needs, created by Bray-based theatre director Anna Newell, in collaboration with composer David Goodall, whose work together has been seen off-Broadway and in South Africa as well as touring extensively in the UK and Ireland.
Sing Me To The Sea is performed in a hydropool with 3 audience members per show, each with an adult companion – with everyone in the water! Three performers take the audience on a magical journey of exquisite harmony singing and gentle water play designed especially for children with complex needs that embraces and celebrates the sensory dialogue that they have with the world around them.
Sing Me To The Sea was created in 2018 funded by Wicklow County Arts Office with design funded by Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge. 2019 tour funded by Arts Council Ireland.
Funded by the Arts Council Ireland, this programme is a partnership between The Civic, Draiocht and the Mermaid Arts Centre presented in association with Cheeverstown House. Created by Anna Newell.
Presented by Anna Newell Theatre Adventures
Duration: 20 minutes + 20 minutes of free play.
Suitable for Ages 1-12 yrs
www.annanewell.co.uk / www.dgoodall.co.uk
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Summer Projects 2019 - Summer Song School
MON 01- FRI 05 JUL 10AM-4PM
THU 04 JUL 10AM-8PM
Free Concert For Family & Friends on THU 04 JUL at 7PM
AGE: 13-17 YEARS €45
The ever popular SongSchool returns for what will undoubtedly be another sold out week of music based curiosity, collaboration and creativity. SongSchool is a week-long project that is ideal for those who are interested in writing and recording songs, performing a concert, making a video, learning about music technology and meeting people who love music as much as they do … not to mention forming bands and having fun!
Summer Projects 2019 - Art Explorers Artistic Adventures - SOLD OUT
WORKSHOP A: 4-8 YEARS 10AM-12PM €35
WORKSHOP B: 9-12 YEARS 1PM-3PM €35
Artist Deirdre O’Reilly will introduce the children to a range of art materials and artistic experiences. ‘Artistic Adventures’ will be a creative journey for children to explore a wide range of techniques which will stimulate their imaginations to be inventive and harness their curiosity. From print making, to painting, to creating their own clay masterpiece, the workshop will culminate in an exhibition of work on the last day for all to enjoy.
Summer Projects 2019 - Fingal Film School
MON 15 – FRI 19 JUL
10AM-4PM AGE: 13-17 YEARS €45
Want to learn how to make your own films? Over these 5 days, facilitated by CreateSchool, you will collaborate with other creatives to plan, script, storyboard, film, edit and learn how to effectively add audio to produce your own short films. Using mobile digital devices and a selection of apps, you will gain skills and tips that you can take home and master with your own projects. The workshop will conclude with a screening of the films.
These workshops are funded by Fingal Arts Office.