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Visual Art Video Workshop: Flap, Glide and Soar like a Pigeon
23 Oct - 31 Dec 2020
Design and make your own feathered friend with visual artist Duffy Mooney-Sheppard in this puppet-making video workshop for ages 5-12.
Early Years Video Workshop: Shy Mouse & Show-Off Lion
23 Oct - 31 Dec 2020
Explore the importance of all creatures small and large in this video drama workshop for ages 2-4 with their grown-ups led by Joanna Parkes.
Dracula’s Disco 2020: Online Family Event
1 Nov 2020
A new take on an annual favourite at Bram Stoker Festival, we’ve summoned Dracula’s own DJ to create a special online disco for all music-loving ghosts, ghouls and little monsters to enjoy at home.
Teachers CPD: A Celebration of Wintertime
7 Nov 2020
This half-day visual art CPD workshop for teachers which will focus on skills, techniques and processes teachers can integrate into their lesson plans and easily adapt to all ages.
Baking in Space: Online Family Event
8 Nov 2020
The sell-out show of Science Week Ireland 2019 and 2018 returns, combining science and baking for a fun family event you can experience from your own home!
Amazing Animals: Workshops for Schools
9 Nov 2020
Writer Sarah Webb and illustrator Alan Nolan, present online workshops for schools based on their book Animal Crackers: Fantastic Facts about your Favourite Animals.
Moving to Earth: Online Workshops for Schools
10 - 13 Nov 2020
Get inspired with these online visual art workshops which turn our ideas of ‘moving to Mars’ on their head. Why colonise another planet when we have the perfect one right here?