Events - Archive: June 2018
Perfect for school tours, take a trip around the globe through rhythm! Your class will learn all about drumming and rhythmic music styles from around the world as well as take part in a dynamic hands-on percussion workshop where they will experience how to play a group rhythm piece together as a band.
The Paper Playground. Let’s leave the toys aside awhile to play with the packaging! In the second of our monthly early years programme Seedlings for ages 2-4, we explore the creative potential of paper!
Come along and dig in! Meet with city greening experts Green Edge and help to transform The Ark building into a new green space in Temple Bar bursting with plant and bird life.
This early years music workshop is inspired by the very distinctive voice of a bird called a Bittern who lives in the reed beds, next to the water.
We unveil a lush new planted façade and entrance garden, transforming The Ark into a new green space to attract bird life, insects and flowers – with the design informed by the ideas and artworks created by local children.
The Ark Children’s Council present a mini-festival of new performances-in-progress for children. Part of Dublin City Council’s Cruinniú na nÓg.
Artist Lucy Hill introduces children ages 2-4 to the magical properties of the sun and photography! The perfect opportunity for the children to get creative with their grown-ups!
Are you an artist with an interest in creating work with or for children? We invite you to pop into The Ark for a welcoming cup of coffee or tea and meet with other like-minded artists.