We explore sound captured in glass in this beautiful exhibition of work by Irish glass artist Róisín de Buitléar. Part of the TradFest Children's Hub 2018
A gig for children of all ages from this multi-award winning trio from Co Clare, the universal hub of Irish traditional music. Part of the TradFest Children's Hub 2018
Have a go at playing traditional music on one of a range of instruments at our popular drop-in sessions for beginners. Part of the TradFest Children's Hub 2018
Try your hand at a variety of fun crafts using different materials at this year’s Children’s Crafts Club for Ages 4+. Part of the TradFest Children's Hub 2018.
A delightful music performance from an outstanding duo that will take you on a musical tour of traditional, classical and other world music! For ages 3-6.
If you’re aged 6+ and play an instrument, this is your chance to come and play in a real trad session! Part of the TradFest Children's Hub 2018
The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland's education panel come together and reflect on their experiences, learn from each other and take part in up-skilling workshops. This year the theme will be Identities of 'Maker' and 'Educator'.
For Ages 9+. Learn how to transform into a spooky zombie with Julie-Ann Ryan, special effects makeup artist on productions such as The Tudors, Vikings & Game of Thrones! Part of Fantastic Flix at The Ark.
Make your own Lego movie in this practical workshop with Brick Flicks. Part of Fantastic Flix at The Ark.
Join Annie Atkins, graphic designer on The Box Trolls and The Grand Budapest Hotel, in a fun workshop in which you will create a passport for Dracula, just as she would for the movies!
As part of the PUSH project The Ark is delighted to present a free talk on art and migration in the global world by writer Karthika Nair.
Discover and explore the colours and textures of a city and its environment and how architects and artists create the iconic buildings, sculptures and street art within it.
In Me & The City your class will discover and explore how a city is planned, created and developed. Working with artist Jole Bortoli, they will learn how architects work and look at artists who have created landmark sculptures and colourful big-scale street art.
Our youngest participants can also get involved with Me & The City with these gentle, creative workshops for Ages 2-4.
Teachers are invited to enjoy a morning exploring through the Irish language a range of simple, accessible drama processes that can be used in the classroom.
Be part of the youngest architectural design team in town! During this enjoyable and highly creative camp you will work in groups to plan, design and build a model for The Children’s Quarter, a new urban development and landmark for the city of Dublin.