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CULTURE NIGHT: Festival of Collaborative Creativity

For this year's Culture Night, join us for a Festival of Collaborative Creativity and embrace the joy of being creative and working in the moment! On Friday 20 September, the Castle Yard will be transformed for the night with music and creativity and will be a truly inviting and festive environment for all ages. Highlights include: Drumming Workshop with RSAG / Rhythmic Drawing with Steven Aylin / Jewellery Making with Marie Kelly / Printing with Blackstack / ALTERations with Open Circle Arts / Creative play area for families continue reading
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CULTURE NIGHT: Festival of Creative Making

Join us for a craft Festival of Creative Making on Culture Night! Children and young people will have the chance to roll up their sleeves and explore their creativity through an inventive use of materials, technology and craft techniques, and adults can enjoy some light refreshments and entertainment. We will provide picnic blanket, cushions and music. Participate in our free drop-in workshops (suitable for all ages), engage with our interactive zone activities and Irish speaking gallery tours. Workshops and activities include tote bag printing, developing skills to make motorized moving structures and Pom-pom Jewellery. Discover our woven village, try your hand at drawing and enjoy a showcase by the Open Circle group at NDCG. continue reading
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CRAFT, DESIGN AND RURAL FUTURES - ACTIONS & DETAIL PANEL, Fri 3 Aug at 6pm

Join us for a discussion on the potential of co-operation, craft and industry to sustain rural economies. This event is part of the Bring Your Own Chair design and craft residency programme delivered by Workhouse Union with the Design & Craft Council of Ireland. As part of the project three craft makers/designers are undertaking two-week residencies engaging with the vernacular craft and design history of the locale. The discussion will include Michelle Browne and residency participants and hosts Rosie O’Reilly, Deirdre O’Mahony, Sarah Lincoln and Mollie Anna King. continue reading
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