Talk for Grown Ups: A Year of Early Years Visual Art

Talk for Grown Ups: A Year of Early Years Visual Art

The Ark, Thursday 28th March 2019

Join artist Lucy Hill, The Ark's inaugural John Coolahan Early Years Artist in Residence, and her residency mentor Dr. Christina Macrae from Manchester Metropolitan University, to celebrate, reflect on and discuss their experiences together as Lucy's residency draws to an end.

The fascinating discussion will include illustrations of key moments and learning during the residency, the mentoring process, as well as research and ideas in early years and visual arts practice more generally. Thought-provoking for parents, preschool and primary teachers, artists, arts managers and anyone with an interest in art and children.

Age Range: An event for Grown-Ups
Duration: Approx 60mins.


Date:
Thursday 28th March 2019
Time:
6.00pm
Price:
Free
Address:
The Ark, Dublin, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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