Youth Theatre Culture
D15 Youth Theatre members welcome you into their world … bring a friend, introduce them to Draíocht and dip your toe into the waters of a fun Youth Theatre Workshop.
Full List of Events for Culture Night in Draiocht
Portfolio Preparation Guidance
TUESDAYS 7-8.30PM 01 OCT, 05 NOV, 03 DEC
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. 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 pre-register at the Box Office each month, tel 01-8852622.
Drawing in a Digitally Mediated World
Exploring Estuary With Sean Molloy
Exhibiting artist Sean Molloy invites your students to explore the exhibition ‘Estuary’ and reimagine drawing, as he guides you on a journey from the baroque era to the present day, exploring traditional old-master drawing techniques. For information on available dates and times please contact Draíocht’s Box Office at 01-8852622 or email email@example.com
Image: Sean Molloy
D15 Youth Theatre Auditions 2019
Auditions will be held for new members for Draíocht’s highly successful Youth Theatre (D15YT), for those aged between 14-18 years with a love of theatre and trying new things. D15YT runs on Tuesday evenings, 7pm-9pm, during schools term times, starting in October. All are welcome to auditions, please visit www.draiocht.ie or drop into Draíocht to pick up an application form. If you are interested in finding out more about D15YT, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01 8098029.
Before the Auditions, why not dip your toe into a Free Youth Theatre Workshop on Culture Night on 20 September?
Fingal Film Club: Make A Scare!
Movie Maker Course with Create School
Over these three days, participants will collaborate to script, rehearse, shoot and edit their horrifying ideas to create a finished film that will strike fear into all that watch it. Working closely in groups with experienced facilitators, you will learn skills and techniques that you can continue to develop after the course in order to make films with your own mobile technology.
Draíocht has a number of Access Places available on all its courses. If you would like to nominate someone to participate who may not have the fee, please contact email@example.com in confidence. Draíocht is committed, within its resources, to access to the arts for all.
Midterm Halloween Workshops are 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 is through Draíocht’s Box Office 01-8852622.
Exploring Theatre Craft
Over a six week period, theatre professionals Eimear Morrissey and Jo Quinn will once again work with transition year students from Hartstown Community School and Riversdale Community College to introduce them to the magic of theatre. This year we are concentrating on the creation of physical theatre, from the perspectives of performer and audience. Students will attend workshops, create their own performance, as well as attending CoisCéim’s new show ‘Francis Footwork’. If you are a secondary school in Dublin 15 and are interested in finding out more about this project please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Leaving Certificate Art History Appreciation Revision Day
This unique revision day is designed for Leaving Certificate art students and teachers. Using the exhibition ‘Estuary’, we will explore and support art student’s preparation for the Leaving Certificate Art Appreciation section, through a series of talks and practical activities.
Guided by artist Bridget Flannery, as well as Estuary exhibition curators, Una Sealy and Joshua Sex, participants will gain an understanding of the curatorial process and installation considerations. Students will then meet with artist Martin Gale, whose work features in the exhibition and on the Leaving Certificate curriculum, to hear about his processes, techniques and inspiration. A facilitated tour of the exhibition will focus on two art works, to compare and contrast style, subject matter and artistic techniques.
Places are free, but limited and must be booked in advance with Draíocht’s Box Office 01-8852622.
Image: Martin Gale