Young movers and shakers will love this gentle creative workshop led by Kitty Maguire, accompanied by beautiful cello music played by Anna Marcossi.
As part of Spike Cello Festival 2020, we look forward to unveiling a new interactive music installation from composer Jonathan Nangle.
Bring your class on an interstellar adventure in these visual art workshops exploring the wonders of the galaxies with Jole Bortoli.
Create images of life on Earth to send into space in your specially designed ‘bottle’. Part of our Fly Me To The Moon visual art programme with Jole Bortoli.
In an age of Space Tourism, design posters and postcards of the “must-see” destinations of the solar system. Part of our Fly Me To The Moon visual art programme with Jole Bortoli.
Send clues to aliens across the universe to help them find your artistic treasure here in Ireland. Part of our Fly Me To The Moon visual art programme with Jole Bortoli.
Celebrate the marvels of the magical moon in this 3D and mixed media workshop with Jole Bortoli as part of our Fly Me To The Moon visual art programme.
Young imaginations will be captivated by this gorgeous music performance, created and performed by Fiona Kelleher for ages 2-5.
Children aged 4+ will delight in interacting with these unusual and playful musical sculptures which were designed to make discovering sound easy for all.
Join children from St. Audoen’s National School as they perform music they have created during a series of workshops with UK musician Paul Griffiths.
Get a taste of three fresh family music performances for ages 6+ in a number of behind-the-scenes buildings and interesting spaces in Temple Bar.
Blending Irish traditional music, hip hop dance grooves and world music rhythms, this fun family gig at The Printworks in Dublin Castle promises “serious toe-tap-ability.”
Love is in the air! Press a button and experience sounds and songs recorded by hundreds of children through heart-shaped recording devices.
Instantly create your own cool rhythms, grooves and melodies by colouring black lines on a piece of paper and placing it in one of these Optical Music Machines by Irish artist Ed Devane.
Join this vibrant samba music ensemble as they bring the energy, rhythm and vibe of Rio carnival to Meeting House Square for these free family friendly performances.
Go further with these unusual and playful instruments in a one-of-a-kind creative music-making workshop.