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SOLD OUT: Sinterella: Workshops for Children and Young People

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Saturday 24 July, Tuesday 27 July & Saturday 14 August
Free of charge: Advance Booking required
All materials provided

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Sinterella is an exhibition that celebrates materiality and storytelling curated by glór Curator in Residence, Moran Been-noon.

glór will run a series of workshops for children and young people to accompany Sinterella. The workshops allow children to explore contemporary art techniques, materiality, storytelling,  as well as lots of creative and messy fun.

Run by visual artist and art educator Vicky Smith, and by visual artist and experienced facilitator Nathalie el Baba, each workshop will begin with a short tour of the exhibition and children  will then design and create their own artwork, in response to the work they have seen in Sinterella.

Sinterella is an exhibition that celebrates materiality and storytelling curated by glór Curator in Residence, Moran Been-noon.

glór will run a series of workshops for children and young people to accompany Sinterella. The workshops allow children to explore contemporary art techniques, materiality, storytelling,  as well as lots of creative and messy fun.

Run by visual artist and art educator Vicky Smith, and by visual artist and experienced facilitator Nathalie el Baba, each workshop will begin with a short tour of the exhibition and children  will then design and create their own artwork, in response to the work they have seen in Sinterella.

All tutors are Garda Vetted and registered with the Teaching Council of Ireland.

For information on the Sinterella exhibition please click HERE

Details on the individual workshops below. Please note a minimum of 4 attendees per workshop is required in order for it to run. Covid 19 protocol is in place. All materials included. Advance booking is required.

 

Tuesday 27 July

  • STORYTELLING IN ART, WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: LIMITED CAPACITY
    Explore storytelling in different formats. Inspired by the artwork in the exhibition, you will share a story from your life to create an artwork in plaster to illustrate it. Working in teams we will use these artworks to tell stories, listen to stories and share each other’s experiences.
    Age Suitability: 15- to 18-year-olds (max 10 participants)
    Times: 1pm-5pm
    Facilitated by Nathalie El Baba

Saturday 24 July

  • CLAY WORKSHOP for YOUNG CHILDREN – SOLD OUT
    Create a clay relief block story painting in response to Insaf Yalcinkaya’s work, one of the featured artists in the Sinterella exhibition.
    Age Suitability: 4- to 7-year-olds (max 10 participants)
    Times: 10am-11am
    Facilitated by Vicky Smith
  • CLAY WORKSHOP for OLDER CHILDREN- SOLD OUT
    Create your own circular clay home in response to the fascinating artwork, chairs and porcelain rock-like stones by Annita McKee. Create a plaster cast of a kitchen spoon or a domestic object you make in response to Martha Cashman’s work.
    Age Suitability: 8- to 12-year-olds (max 10 participants)
    Times: 12.30 pm – 1.45pm
    Facilitated by Vicky Smith
  • SCULPTURE WORKSHOP for YOUNG PEOPLE – LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE
    Design you own circular clay home out of clay and carve a chair out of plaster and write your own poem in response to the visual art you create and in response to the fascinating artwork, and porcelain chairs by Annita McKee and Martha Cashman’s delicate porcelain spoons.
    Age Suitability: 13- to 16-year-olds (max 10 participants)
    Times: 2.30pm – 4.30pm
    Facilitated by Vicky Smith

Saturday 14 August 2021 – SOLD OUT

  • CLAY WORKSHOP for YOUNG CHILDREN
    Create a clay relief block story painting in response to Insaf Yalcinkaya’s work, one of the featured artists in the Sinterella exhibition.
    Age Suitability: 4- to 7-year-olds (max 10 participants)
    Times: 10am-12pm
    Facilitated by Vicky Smith
  • CLAY WORKSHOP for OLDER CHILDREN
    Create your own circular clay home in response to the fascinating artwork, chairs and porcelain rock-like stones by Annita McKee. Create a plaster cast of a kitchen spoon or a domestic object you make in response to Martha Cashman’s work.
    Age Suitability: 8- to 12-year-olds (max 10 participants)
    Times: 12.30 pm – 2.30pm
    Facilitated by Vicky Smith

Image Credit: Art Work created during a sculpture workshop at Engage Art Studios, Galway, taught by artist and art educator Vicky Smith in 2019         

Further information
For further enquiries please contact glór’s Curator in Residence, Moran Been-Noon at curator@glor.ie

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