It’s oh so cold this time of year but the birds are still outside looking for food on the hard cold ground and in the frosty air.
In this workshop you’ll hear the tale of a hungry little Robin who needs your help. Learn how to make a special bird feeder for Robin and his friends to hang in your garden or window box.
Search for worms in our sensory garden or make a branch full of berries to keep our little friend fed.
With the help of your grown-up, you could make your own feathered friend to take home and keep cosy all winter long.
We want you to feel comfortable and confident in attending live in-person workshops at The Ark and can reassure you that we have safety measures in place.
We have kept our capacities low to enable social distancing and therefore proof of vaccination is not required to attend this workshop. Enhanced ventilation, cleaning and hygiene measures are in place, with hand sanitising stations and one-way systems.
Face coverings are mandatory for grown-ups and young people aged 13+ at all times while inside The Ark, while children under 13 are encouraged to wear face coverings if they feel comfortable to do so.
You can find out more about The Ark's COVID-19 Safety Measures here. If you have any questions or concerns, please do get in touch with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01 6707788 from Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm.
Refunds & Cancellation Policy: If any events are cancelled by The Ark whether due to COVID-19 or any other reason, we will refund all audiences affected. As part of our COVID-19 protocols, we ask that if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19, you follow government guidelines, remain at home and self-isolate. Our box office can arrange a refund of your ticket in these circumstances provided you let us know at least an hour in advance of the workshop.
About the Artist...
Jane Groves is a visual artist whose work is embedded in meaningful process-driven engagement and site-specific installation. Her work encompasses a variety of methodologies from silversmithing and metalwork to printing and fabric design and she curates spaces and creates work intended to be viewed in context.
Jane loves to connect people, places, and landscapes and specialises in working with young people, inspired by her own observations of nature and informed in part by many children’s lack of interaction with and vocabulary about the natural world. Jane delights in bringing her spark to very young children and their families, listening carefully and delighting in the creative response, encouraging passion, playfulness, and curiosity. Jane has worked extensively with children and communities through working with The Ark, Dublin City Council, Creativity In The Classroom , The Craft and Design Council, DLR, and many more.