Preparing For Section 3 - Art Appreciation

Preparing For Section 3 - Art Appreciation

SECONDARY SCHOOLS & LEAVING CERTIFICATE

Mon 3 Sep - Fri 30 Nov 2018 // €25 PER CLASS // Dur: 60 Mins

COST: €25 PER CLASS / Duration 1 hour

Section 3 of the Leaving Certificate Art exam paper often includes a question on visiting an exhibition or a gallery space. Facilitated by artist Andrew Carson, 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. All materials will be provided. Please give at least 2 weeks notice. Max 30 students per class with accompanying teacher.

B.A.S.S - Band And Song Support Autumn/Winter 2018

B.A.S.S - Band And Song Support Autumn/Winter 2018

Tue 4 Sep - Tue 4 Dec 2018 Draiocht Workshop Room

SEP-DEC 2018 
Select Tuesdays  6.45PM-9PM  Age: 14-18 Years

Draíocht will continue to offer supervised creative space for thinking, writing, collaboration and rehearsal for young people within the Dublin 15 area who are interested in spending time with other creatives in a shared space. If you like strumming a chord or rapping a word, then join other like-minded young people in Draíocht in a free creative space. Spend the time writing, jamming and collaborating.

Contact Box Office for confirmed dates through September-December 2018, tel: 01-8852622.

Exploring Theatre Craft 2018

Exploring Theatre Craft 2018

A Hartstown & Riversdale Theatre Project / OCT/NOV 2018

Mon 1 Oct - Fri 30 Nov 2018

Over a six week period, Eimear Morrissey will work with transition year students from Hartstown Community School and Riversdale Community College to introduce them to ideas of improvisation and theatre creation. While concentrating on the creation of short experimental performance pieces, participants will attend theatre shows and weekly workshops.

If you are a secondary school in Dublin 15 and are interested in finding out more about this project please contact sarah@draiocht.ie

Portfolio Preparation Guidance

Portfolio Preparation Guidance

With Artist Andrew Carson

Tue 2 Oct - Tue 4 Dec 2018 Draiocht Workshop Room

TUESDAYS   7PM-9PM  OCT-DEC 2018   
02 OCT, 06 NOV, 04 DEC
AGE: 5TH AND 6TH YEAR STUDENTS

FREE

Are you in 5th or 6th year and planning on going to art college? On the first Tuesday of every month, Draíocht will facilitate Portfolio Preparation Guidance sessions with artist Andrew Carson during October-December 2018. Bring along your portfolio every month for review and suggestions, drawing sessions and a suggested task to complete between sessions. All levels are welcome and these sessions are designed to be informal, drop in sessions. Sessions are free but space is limited, so please register at the Box Office in advance each month tel: 01-8852622.

Fingal Film Club Winter 2018

Fingal Film Club Winter 2018

Wed 10 Oct - Wed 28 Nov 2018

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. 

Fingal Film Club: Stop Motion Movie
WED 10, WED 17, WED 24 OCT
6.30-9PM  Age: 14-18 yrs  €15  
With Create School
This stop-motion animation workshop involves plenty of hands-on learning, combined with some simple demonstrations. Students collaborate in small groups to design and create their movie set using paper, card and plasticine (all materials are supplied); then it’s on to the storyboard as they plan their stop-motion movies. They then film and produce them on iPads (also supplied). 
The creations will be screened as part of (Re)View Youth Screenings on 21 November.

Fingal Film Club: Making A Documentary        
WED 07, WED 14, WED 21 NOV 2018 7PM-9PM
WED 28 NOV 11AM-4PM & 7PM-9PM
Age: 14-18 yrs  €20
With Kilian Waters 
This hands-on practical course is designed to introduce participants to non-fiction documentary filmmaking. Over the course, filmmaker Kilian will guide you in the craft of researching, producing, shooting, directing and editing a documentary film. The resulting documentary will screen as part of (Re)View Youth Screenings on on 21 November.

The Silent Revolution / Das Schweigende Klassenzimmer (2018)

The Silent Revolution / Das Schweigende Klassenzimmer (2018)

Draiocht in Association with The Irish Film Institute

Tue 23 Oct 2018 10.30AM Main Auditorium // €5 per student / 2 teachers free per class of 20+

This season Draíocht will collaborate once again with the Irish Film Institutes Education Programme by screening the film 'The Silent Revolution / Das Schweigende Klassenzimmer'  for TY and Senior Cycle Secondary School Students, in German (with English subtitles). Recommended age: 15+

Based on true events, Silent Revolution is a captivating Cold War-era drama told from the perspective of two East-German high school students.  It’s 1956 and during a visit to West Berlin, Theo and Kurt witness dramatic footage of the Budapest uprising. Back at school in Stalinstadt, they spontaneously stage a silent protest in class. Set during the Soviet occupation of East Germany the film highlights the stifling grip that the authorities maintained in the region and the impact on those living there. 

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Dur 98 mins • Age 15+ • Suitable for TY, 5th & 6th year students
Germany • 2018 • Drama  • German with English Subtitles • Director: Lars Kraume
Writers: Dietrich Garstka (book), Lars Kraume (adaptation)
Stars: Jördis Triebel, Burghart Klaußner, Ronald Zehrfeld

(Re)View Youth Screenings

(Re)View Youth Screenings

21 NOV & 08 DEC 2018

Wed 21 Nov - Sat 8 Dec 2018 Draíocht Studio // FREE

These informal screening evenings include film premieres, documentaries and live performances and will each be followed by a short youth peer-to-peer panel discussion with tea and biscuits. These screenings, created by participants of Dublin 15 and Draíocht’s youth engagement programmes, form part of a series of events running in tandem with Artist Michael McLoughlin’s exhibition ‘Mulhuddart Satellite’.

WED 21 NOV  5.30PM  FREE  Draíocht Studio
This evening’s screening will include documentaries of the Blakestown/Riversdale HOMESPUN project, created in collaboration with Artist in Residence Michael McLoughlin and Poet Colm Keegan. There will be feature documentaries by Fingal Film Club along with ‘More than Bricks and Mortar’: the story of Room 13 Inquiry’s selection of work for HOME. We will also launch ‘Dreamweavers; A Picture Book’, designed and illustrated by Philippa Cahill, documenting a Gina Faustino project with 3 local primary schools.

SAT 08 DEC  7PM  FREE  Draíocht Studio
Building on the November Youth Screenings, this evening will see projects developed since September 2018 and will feature a live filming and theatre performance by D15 Youth Theatre, along with premieres from Fingal Film Club and the developmental HOMESPUN work created in collaboration with Michael McLoughlin, Draíocht’s Artist in Residence.

Screenings are free but space is limited, so please register at the Box Office tel: 01-8852622.
Find out more about our youth projects by contacting sarah@draiocht.ie

Miss Impossible / Jamais contente (2016)

Miss Impossible / Jamais contente (2016)

Draiocht in Association with The Irish Film Institute

Wed 6 Feb 2019 10.30AM Main Auditorium // €5 per student / 2 teachers free per class of 20+

This season Draíocht will collaborate once again with the Irish Film Institutes Education Programme by screening the film 'Miss Impossible / Jamais contente'  for Junior Cycle Secondary School Students, in French (with English subtitles). Recommended age: 12+

Some would say Aurore lives a boring life. But when you are a 13 year-old girl, and just like her have an uncompromising way of looking at boys, school, family or friends, life takes on the appearance of a merry psychodrama. Especially with a new French teacher, the threat of being sent to boarding school, repeatedly falling in love and the crazy idea of going on stage with a band ... This fresh coming-of-age drama centres on thirteen-year-old Aurore, trying to find a sense of belonging in the world stuck between a beautiful older sister and a brainy younger one. Léna Magnien excels as the prickly teen, rebellious and full of smart answers. Her parents threaten boarding school, but an empathetic teacher and an offer to join a band give her new possibilities. The band’s friendship helps her open up, realise her own talent and prompts her family to see her in a different light.

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Dur 90 mins • Age 12+ • Suitable for 1st-3rd Year students
French Release  • 2016 • Fiction • French with English Subtitles • Director: Émilie Deleuze
Produced by : Agat Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo 

BOOK NOW tel 01-8852622

The Chess Player / El jugador de ajedrez (2017)

The Chess Player / El jugador de ajedrez (2017)

Draíocht in Association with The Irish Film Institute

Wed 6 Mar 2019 10.30AM Main Auditorium // €5 Per Student / 2 Teachers Free per Class of 20+

This season Draíocht will collaborate once again with the Irish Film Institutes Education Programme by screening the film 'The Chess Player / El jugador de ajedrez' for TY and Senior Cycle Secondary School Students, in Spanish (with English subtitles). Recommended age: 15+

It is 1934 in Madrid, and champion chess-player Diego falls for a French journalist and starts a family. When the political landscape around them grows more threatening under Franco, the three make for Paris, only to find themselves in the midst of Nazi occupation years later. When Diego becomes falsely imprisoned, he must use chess to earn the trust of his cruel captor.
The Chess Player tells a humanistic story of an ordinary man caught up in extraordinary circumstances and offers students a Spanish perspective on this turbulent era of European history.

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Spain • 2017  •  English Subtitles  •  Drama • 91mins
Director: Luis Oliveros