Events - Archive: Teachers
Díreoidh stiúrthóir ealaíne Branar, Marc Mac Lochlainn, ar leabhar de chuid Oliver Jeffers a bhfuil cion mór air, How to Catch a Star, mar bhunús leis an gceardlann chruthaitheach seo do mhúinteoirí.
Plaster is amazing! Its transforms from powder to liquid to solid, it warms up as it transforms and it can take as many shapes and forms as we ask it to. It’s a messy but exciting business!
We are excited to present a new five day arts-science summer course led by scientist and theatre-maker Dr. Niamh Shaw, aimed at primary teachers of 1st-3rd classes.
Always hugely popular with teachers, we are delighted to be presenting this course for the fifth year in a row. This hands-on, creative course focuses on a visual arts approach to exploring narrative, literacy & other subjects.
This inspiring course aims to empower teachers to approach creative writing in the English curriculum with a greater self-confidence and expertise.
Back for a fourth summer, we are excited to present this really popular engaging arts summer course focusing on the two curriculum areas of Drama and Music.
Seo cuireadh do mhúinteoirí maidin amháin a chaitheamh ag baint triail as cineálacha simplí drámaíochta sa Ghaeilge le húsáid sa seomra ranga.
Teachers are invited to enjoy a morning exploring a range of simple and accessible drama processes for the classroom using the Irish language.
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 in conversation with Liz Roche.
Join Dr Niamh Shaw in conversation as she shares the science of space travel in her naturally engaging and warm style. A talk for adults that will change your relationship with space and inspire you to embrace STEM in new and interactive ways
Lorna McLaughlin, who is a member of the band The Henry Girls, will lead teachers in a hands-on music workshop working with songs and music material from our winter music show Tracks in the Snow which was commissioned by The Ark and written by The Henry Girls especially for young audiences.