Are you an artist with an interest in creating work with or for children? Join us via Zoom for an informal chat and an opportunity to meet other like-minded artists as well as members of The Ark team.
Sadly our BIG BANG Dublin! festival had to be cancelled, so we're creating an online version of our Love Song installation and are asking children aged 6+ to record their own "love songs" at home to be a part of it!
Initiative for PUSH+ Participating Artists: Sit With Me
Over the last two weeks, PUSH+ Lead Artist Luke Pell has been facilitating an online offering for participating artists from all three PUSH+ Labs to come together and see what they can - and want to - sit with, together, through contemplation and careful conversation as a source of support for their practice.
New Book Focuses on Art Practice with Young Children
The Ark is delighted to announce the publication of Working with Young Children in Museums: Weaving Theory and Practice (Routledge 2020). The book features a chapter case study of The Ark’s John Coolahan Early Years Artist Residency with visual artist Lucy Hill (2018/2019).
Fun Size Jazz in Limerick
Back in February 2020, The Ark was delighted to head out of Dublin and down the road to Limerick for our first regional Fun Size Jazz project. Here, our Creative Arts Manager Aisling O'Gorman gives an overview of the project and a rundown of the day's fun size events.