Dublin Learning City Festival

Online, Monday 22nd March - Wednesday 24th March

Dublin Learning City haveannounced that their Dublin Learning City Festival will run virtually from the 22nd to 24th March 2021 to celebrate and promote learning for all, through fun and creative events. The purpose of the festival is to draw people’s attention to the learning opportunities that exist throughout the city and to celebrate and promote learning in the city and emphasise that it can be fun and free.In order to create a diverse programme that includes a range of subjects of traditional and non-traditional learning, weare inviting Events Hosts all over Dublin to take part of this year’s festival. If you have an event that can take place during the festival week, is free, open to all audiences and has learning as its focus, then get in touch with us by completing this ‘Host application form!

About the Festival
Dublin has been established as a Learning City, as defined by UNESCO, which was launched by the then Lord Mayor of Dublin, Nial Ring. In collaboration with Dublin City Council and other educational and community stakeholders, Dublin Learning City will deliver and co-ordinate the programmes concept across Dublin city. This will include three days of Learning Festival promoting learning for all. Events are Free to attend this year will include using live-streamed and interactive webinar workshops and event activities.

Dublin Learning City Festival is a cross-institutional consortium, comprising of University College Dublin(UCD), Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology(IADT), Marino Institute of Education (MIE) and National College of Art and Design (NCAD). Dublin Learning City in collaboration with Dublin City Council and other education and community stakeholders within the city will deliver and co-ordinate the Dublin Learning City Concept across Dublin City, including a week long Learning Festival and a Creative Arts Summer School.

Dublin Learning City Festival promotes learning for all. Events are free to attend and it will be a fun-filled week with plenty of learning activities to choose from.

Monday 22nd March - Wednesday 24th March

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