Calling all Toddlers! We’re delighted to announce that we are now running workshops for kids under the age of 4. Toddlers @ The Art Hand takes place on Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11.30. A Parent or guardian attends and participates in the workshops. The activities are facilitated by artists Sean and Miranda Corcoran of The Art Hand. For enquiries or bookings please ring 051 292919. Full details are HERE.
Meanwhile the Spring Term of kids @ Art Hand has officially began. We cater for kids aged 4 to 12 in separate groups. On Tuesday last we created Coloured Tin Foil Collages on black card. Well done all, the results are super. On Thursday we created Foam Board Mosaics, a challenging but rewarding workshop, well done guys. Full details are HERE.
Got a load of video footage and don’t know what to do with it? Our Film Editing Courses with Anthony Kelly have begun. Learn how to professionally edit your own footage on this 2 day Course using Adobe Premiere. This course is designed for a maximum of two participants so you will receive practical training that is specific to your individual requirements. Full details are HERE.
Best wishes to Hannah, Chloe and Alfie who each celebrated their birthdays recently with an Art Party here at The Art Hand. From butterflies to super heroes, you name it, we design the event to suit the interests of birthday kid. Details of our Art Parties are HERE.
Big thanks to Mary Bird who is helping us with the kids art classes and to Alma Perissinotti who is teaching photography with us in the Argentinean language!
The next Words writers group performing @ The Art Hand takes place on Wednesday February 5th. Don’t forget that The Words Zine is now quarterly and there is an addition to the submission guidelines; Something you heard at one of the WORDS event that you think should be included in the next Words Zine? Please let us know. Also send in your own submissions. Deadline is Friday February 7th for the next issue…Email to firstname.lastname@example.org Full details HERE.
What do the publications in the above photograph have in common? Well all these Novels, Poetry Collections and Zines were all created by participants of the WORDS writers group performing at The Art Hand. From left to Right; Waterford in Pictures and Verse by Jackie Elger and Tom Power, Love is the East Bit by Mary Grehan, Where the Music Comes From by Pat Galvin, Songs of a Stargazer by John Daly, Dry Tears by Matty Tamen, Windmills of the Mind by John Daly, The Mysterious John Grey by Tom Power and The Words Zine issue 1 and 2. Hope to be adding some more items to this collection in the not too distant future. Well done all, be very proud.